In 1929, still during the period of the Weimar Republic, the city of Nuremberg decided to erect a memorial to the citizens of Nuremberg who fell during the First World War.
The war memorial or Ehrenhalle was built on the outskirts of the city in a large public park. From the coming to power of the Nazi party in 1933, the place was reinterpreted and used as a memorial to the Nazis killed during the failed coup of November 5, 1923.
In the following years, different buildings will be built next to Nuremberg's Eherenhalle for the annual match day celebration, where the most outstanding building was the Zeppelin grandstand.
How to get to the Ehrenhalle in Nuremberg
The memorial to the fallen is located south of the city in the current square of the victims of fascism. To get there you can take tram line 8 to the Luitpoldhain stop. . You can check Nuremberg transport HERE.
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Visit the Ehrenhalle in Nuremberg
The Nuremberg War Memorial is located in a public park, so the visit is possible 24 hours a day and free of charge.