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Nuremberg Castle

Nuremberg Castle
Nuremberg Castle

The Imperial Castle, symbol of Nuremberg, rises high above the city. The castle, where between 1050 and 1571 all Emperors of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation were in residence at least for some time, is one of the most important imperial palaces of the Middle Ages. The Palas (main building) with its sumptuously furnished Emperor's rooms, the Roman double chapel, the deep well, and the Sinwell Tower, as well as a comprehensive collection of weapons and utensils can be visited today.

Hours: Open daily April to September: 9am - 6pm, October to March: 10am - 4pm.

Admission: Combination ticket 6 €, concessions 5 €, free for children up to 18 years. Deep Well plus Sinwell Tower 3 €, concessions 2 Euros. Regular tours through the Museum every 1st Saturday of the month at 2:30pm for 1 €.

[ Source: http://www.nuernberg.de/internet/portal_e/reiseziel/ctz_904.html ]

Related: http://www.schloesser-bayern.de/englisch/palace/objects/nbg_burg.htm
Address: Auf der Burg 13, 90403 Nuremberg
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"What was Nurembuerg Castle life life in the Medieval ages? Such as what did the inhabitants do?" (posted 05/04/2015)

The answer to your question is very extensive. In order to understand life in the Middle Ages, I recommend Wikipedia. Nuremberg Castle is as described in great detail with images. Link: de.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nürnberger_Burg link: www.kaiserburg-nuernberg.de/ link: schloesser.bayern.de/deutsch/schloss/objekte/nbg_burg.htm Many greetings from Nuremberg Alfred Kraus
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