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Here are some pictures I took of Nürnberg (Nuremberg) the two days I was there. I tried my best not to post too many pictures in this post… but obviously, I failed…

The weather fluctuated (first day with clear blue sky and second day extremely gloomy and rainy), but rain or shine Nürnberg never failed to be beautiful…

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St. Lawrence Church

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A stall at the Hauptmarkt (market square)

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St. Sebaldus Church

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My partner-in-crime this journey…

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Ship of Fools… and a kid

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Stepping out of Kaiserburg (Imperial Castle)

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Apparently Christmas is really big around here. Nürnberg hosts the famous Christkindlmarkt (Christmas market) in December.

I added a new to-do for my bucket list: come back to Nürnberg for the Christkindlmarkt

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This is the Church of Our Lady in front of the Hauptmarkt…

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Looking at Nürnberg from Kaiserburg…

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Another look at Kaiserburg…

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St. Sebald Church at dusk…

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I can say for both my friend and myself that Nürnberg was the highlight of our journey in Germany. The food we tried (Nürnberger Bratwürste!), the places we visited and a grandpa we met made us both fall in love with this place.

Nürnberg now holds a very special place in my heart, and I highly recommend going to this place if you’re planning a trip to Germany.

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