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Old Posted Jul 20, 2009, 8:44 AM
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Nürnberg

Some fotos of Nürnberg in january 2009, the way through the city to the Kaiserburg





















































































































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Old Posted Jul 20, 2009, 9:14 AM
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Wow - another beautiful city centre - Germany seems to have an endless supply of these pristine historic centres.

This building must hold some kind of world record for its dormer:regular window ratio.
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I've spent a couple of hours looking at pictures of cities I hadn't even heard of here, and while I've been underwhelmed by many of them (mostly North American towns), I've been very pleasantly surprised by the German towns. They're all so pretty!!
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Thank for the photos!
Great city! Very beautiful!
I'll be there this summer! Yeah!
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Thanks, Nürnberg is rarely seen on the forum despite it is a very beautiful city
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I've spent a couple of hours looking at pictures of cities I hadn't even heard of here, and while I've been underwhelmed by many of them (mostly North American towns), I've been very pleasantly surprised by the German towns. They're all so pretty!!
I'm waiting for Heidelberg. Loved it but have never seen it here.
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very nice!
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Old Posted Feb 2, 2010, 11:19 AM
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I'm waiting for Heidelberg. Loved it but have never seen it here.
When youre interested in Heidelberg you should check out this thread if mine. Just the castle, but i think interessting anyway

Heidelberg


Thanks for all your comments guys
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Very Teutonic. Where is Fredirick Barbarosa?
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Standing ovation!
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Been in town for a few days and there are cranes and construction everywhere, both in the old city and outside of it. Also scaffolding-galore. Looks like they've done / are doing a lot of facade work to help blend the rather plain and dated post-war architecture with the medieval remnants.
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Wow - another beautiful city centre - Germany seems to have an endless supply of these pristine historic centres.

This building must hold some kind of world record for its dormer:regular window ratio.

thats certainly the bldg that most caught my eye. how unusual!
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I miss it.

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Nice tour. I agree about the abundance of beautiful German center cities. Even smaller towns like Ingolstadt have a great old center.

Glad this thread was brought back to life.
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