The visit in Nuremberg was, as expected, dedicated to Nazis.
On the first day I went to the Nazi party rally grounds. It is the same place where Leni Riefenstahl filmed the famous Nuremberg Rally in 1934.
Anyone who saw the movie would've expected to find a glamorous Nazi spot as impressive as the sights of Rome. In reality it is a run down mountain of concrete that reminded me of the Stalin buildings in east Berlin.
Most the site was destroyed during the war and now whats left is the grandstand where Hitler gave his speeches.
Climbing up the crumbling concrete stairs a man at his 70's passed me and said in German: "They promised us a 1000 years Reich, for god's sake. And it didn't even lasted a 100"
As I reached the top I saw that the grandstand was occupied by a father and his daughters, the man was imitating Hitler and taking photos with his daughters posing as a soldier.
We took the photos and went further. I was a little bit depressed by now by the whole scene.
The next photo is taken from the back side of the Kongreshalle. A Colosseum like Building.
On the next day we went to see the Court house of the Nuremberg trials.