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Marienvorstadt (Gleissbuehl)

District 2  
Grand Hotel,  2010

Grand Hotel, 2010

The Grand Hotel at the place of the central station was constructed in 1895.

Koenigstorgraben,  2010

Koenigstorgraben, 2010

This main artery is a part of "Innerer Ring" and along the eastern city wall it takes course to "Rathenau Platz".

Bahnhofstrasse,  2010

Bahnhofstrasse, 2010

The expanded crossroads of "Bahnhofstrasse" in east direction and "Marienstrasse" besides "Marientunnel".

Illuminated advertising,  2010

Illuminated advertising, 2010

Like other districts the "Marienvorstadt", whose established name is "Gleissbuehl",  can`t avoid certain symptoms of decline.

Marienstrasse,  2010

Marienstrasse, 2010

"Marienstrasse" is the domicile of the two great Nuremberg newspapers: "Nuernberger Nachrichten“ and "Nuernberger Zeitung“.

Nuernberger Nachrichten,  2010

Nuernberger Nachrichten, 2010

The publishing house "Nuremberg Press" looks back on a long tradition. The "NZ" was already founded in 1804.

Willy-Brandt-Platz (1),  2010

Willy-Brandt-Platz (1), 2010

The former name of the remodeled "Willy-Brandt-Platz" was "Marienplatz".

Badstrasse,  2010

Badstrasse, 2010

"Bath Street" as well represents the press. Here is the domicile of the greatest German sports magazine.

Willy-Brandt-Platz (2),  2010

Willy-Brandt-Platz (2), 2010

On a bench of this large place you can discover a very real sitting sculpture of Willy Brandt.

Willy-Brandt-Monument,  2010

Willy-Brandt-Monument, 2010

From 1969 until 1974 the popular politician was the fourth Federal Chancellor of West Germany.