The Nuremberg Ring, which is now enclosed within an iron fence, is said to bring good luck to those that touch it.
The Tiergarten Nürnberg is a zoo exhibiting various species of animals in Germany.
In the centre of the city, stands the hospital of the Holy Spirit, Heilig-Geist-Spital, which is one of the largest hospitals.
Another attraction worth-seeing is the Frauenkirche Church, ... More the main catholic church of the city. The churches to be seen in the city are St. Sebaldus Church, St. Lorenz, Saint Klara, Saint Martha, Saint Jakob, Saint Egidien, and Saint Elisabeth.
The German National Railways Museum is located in Nuremberg. The art galleries of the city portray Nuremberg’s most beautiful pieces of art and handmade toys.
Kettensteg is Germany's oldest hanging bridge.
The population of this modern city, as per demographic records of 2006 is 500,000, the total area of the city is 186.38 square km.
Nuremberg has changeable weather conditions, alternating between maritime and continental weather. It could be cold or warm, sometimes windy, sunny or rainy, or a combination of all this.
Nuremberg is still an important commercial, industrial, and transportation centre of Germany. The town is famous for its Christmas market, handmade ornaments, ... More rich delicacies and handmade toy manufactures.
Nuremberg's very good environment, affordable cost of living, continually improving child-care facilities, and a high level of security has helped families feel at home.
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