Nuremberg’s Nazi monuments are tourist attraction


In fact, an estimated 200,000 holidaymakers who are on grand river cruises in Europe is the court building where the Allies put leading Nazis on trial after World War II.

Thousands of holidaymakers visit the court rooms every year as they see the court room as a symbol for the end of the Third Reich, as well as being the site where some of the worst criminals were punished for their actions.

The article sums up Nuremberg by saying that the Bavarian city will always attract people because of its association with one of the darkest events to ever happen in human history, whilst also attracting people who see Nuremberg as the city that played a role in helping make the world a better place.

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