Dürer, Germany’s most famous Renaissance draughtsman, lived and worked at the Albrecht-Dürer-Haus from 1509 until his death in 1528....
Construction of Nuremberg’s landmark, the immensely proportioned Kaiserburg, began during the reign of Hohenstaufen King Konrad III in...
The Kaiserburg Museum chronicles the history of the castle and sheds light on medieval defence techniques. The grassy knoll in the...
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Historischer Kunstbunker information
Historischer Kunstbunker is a climate-controlled bomb shelter used to protect art treasures during WWII. Works by Albrecht Dürer, sculptor Veit Stoss and Martin Behaim, the maker of a bafflingly accurate 15th-century globe, were kept safe here from the allied bombs raining down on the city. Tickets are only available from the Hausbrauerei Altstadthof.