Nuremberg is a place of location of another unique object being the Saint Lawrence Church. This is the largest religious building in the country executed in Gothic style. The building was constructed in the middle of the 13th century and was severely destroyed during the World War II. Only in 1952 architects managed to restore the construction. Some of the elements of the building still remain untouched, among which one will find an original rose like window being 9m in diameter.
The church keeps numerous religious artifacts and majestic statues, its inner halls and premises are as well of great interest to explore. Another interesting spot to visit in Nuremberg is the Krakow House. It is placed in the ancient tower. The opening of the Krakow House was held in 1996. This landmark is symbolic of friendship between Germany and Poland. Krakow now hosts the same type Nuremberg House. Pictorial art admirers should visit the Nuremberg Exhibition Center (Kunsthalle) which keeps a rich collection of paintings of German artists. Archeological science and natural history fans will love the Norishalle exhibition center which also keeps an interesting collection of unique items.
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