The "Ehrenhalle" in Nuremberg, Germany

Pictures and text by Shawn Havens

The Ehernhalle (Hall of Honor) is in Nuremberg, Germany. The photos were taken 30 August 2008. Construction was finished in 1930 and was originally built to remember Nuremberg soldiers killed in World War I.

Front View of the Ehernhalle "Hall of Honor"
Left front view of the 6 pillars in front of the Ehernhalle
Right front view of the 6 pillars in front of the Ehernhalle
Place were Hitler stood for his 1934 commemoration of the dead
Picture of the Luitpoldhain park in front of the Ehernhalle
Right side entrance to the Ehernhalle
Left side entrance to the Ehernhalle
Center front wall with the words "To the victims of the wars 1914 to 1918 and 1939 to 1945 and to the tyranny 1933 to 1945 city of Nurnberg"
The back of the Ehernhalle with the Flieger Denkmal Aviator Memorial"


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