Two 360 degree panoramic views of the Documentation Centre Nazi Party Rally Grounds.
With these 360 degree panoramic views, you can take a look at the Documentation Centre Nazi Party Rally Grounds.
In the foyer of the Documentation Centre Former Nazi Party Rally Grounds, the architectural concept devised by Graz architect, Günther Domenig, is clearly visible. Like a stake a glass corridor 130 metres long cuts diagonally through the building, and permanently disturbs the rectangular stone structure which demonstrated the National Socialists' power.
In this room, photographs, exhibits and a film with original footage give visitors a clear idea of how the Nazi Party Rallies in Nuremberg served the self-presentation of the Nazi regime, to people both at home and abroad, and how they effectively staged the "national community" and the "Führer" myth.
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The panoramic views were created by panorama photographer, Gert Klaus.