I give this place full marks. Why, because it is not only close to the beautiful spring. It's near the Emperor's Castle. And it's a street that sells a lot of local characteristics. It's too big to express the joy of buying when you get there in words. There are many shops selling traditional snacks, we must go. Some shops are open outside to sell fruits, do not hesitate to see what has not been eaten, do not bother to eat. Students interested in historical relics, I remember there is also a shop to buy old stamps and old coins. Okay, if you have questions, I will ask private letters.
The main market square is Nuremberg's most famous square. Every weekend, it is crowded with businessmen and tourists. From souvenirs, local snacks, to the latest fresh fruits, all kinds of flowers, even if only to see a lively, will dazzle people. On Christmas Eve, it is also one of the most important Christmas fairs in Europe. The small square decorated with various colorful lights is like a fairy tale world. I spent two euros in the Downtown Market Square picking out a bunch of very energetic sunflowers, and then... I could see it in the photos for the whole day.
The main market square is located in the center of the old city of Nuremberg. The city landmark Notre Dame Church and Meiquan are on the main market square. It used to be a Jewish gathering place, and then changed to a market square. The Christmas market and the weekend market are here.
It was a Jewish settlement in the 12th century. In 1349, Charles IV, the Holy Roman Emperor, allowed the persecution of Jews here. About 600 Jews were killed and their communities were demolished. Since then, it has been transformed into a market square, and the Nuremberg Exchange existed in the Middle Ages. In the early days of Nazi's coming to power, Imperial Party congresses and grand military parades were held here every year. It also led to the heavy Allied bombardment of Nuremberg in 1945. After the bombing, 90 (%) of the buildings in the old city were destroyed. Hitler's misfortune caused the people and the ancient German city to pay back together. Today, this is the venue of the Nuremberg Christmas Market. Every year in the weeks before Christmas, there are bright lights, full of fairy tales.
The main market square of Nuremberg is the center of Nuremberg. Besides the bustling market, there are many famous historic sites around the square, such as Notre Dame Church, Meiquan, etc. After visiting the market, we bought a pound of cheese and ice cream and sat down for a rest.
Nuremberg Main Market Square, the busiest place, happened to meet last weekend market, a number of groups of music team Hey turn the street, the citizens are taking lazy steps, standing at the bridge and drinking champagne, delightful, blue sky and white clouds feel great.
Nuremberg is really not big. It takes less than half a day to walk around the old city. The main attraction of the main market square is the Christmas market, which is not very busy at ordinary times. On Sunday, many stores are not open, which makes it more clean. Of course, the population of Newcastle is not very large. It seems to us that the liveliness of Newcastle is also cold and cool. The main market square is surrounded by churches and puppet dances at 12 noon. Compared with Munich's, it's wicked. Find an open-air place in the square for a beer. It's relaxing and pleasant.