Vacation Apartment in Nuremberg - 538 sqft, historic, large grounds (# 2800)

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  • Apartment
  • 1 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 2

Bedrooms: 1

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 2

Type: Apt. / Condo

Vacation Apartment in Nuremberg - 538 sqft, historic, large grounds (# 2800)

50 sqm. 1 living and sleeping room with kitchenette, double bed, bath, telephone. Modern comfort in historical ambience. Laundry, quiet neighborhood, large garden with barbecue area, exhibition center 7 miles, parking lot next to the house., key advantages: historic, large grounds, fully equipped kitchen, has a breakfast nook, upgraded interiors, clean, well furnished, spacious design, very comfortable, makes you feel at home, bright and inviting, The unit is conveniently located close to the downtown area of Nuremberg, There is parking in front of the house available for this object, There is also additional street parking available for this ...Read more

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Vacation Apartment in Nuremberg - 538 sqft, historic, large grounds (# 2800)
Nuremberg, Bavaria, Germany

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Directions into the Nuremberg district Kornburg
From Frankfurt (A3):
* Exit AK Fürth / Erlangen to Nuremberg / Fuerth 12 km
* Exit München / Munich to Heilbronn / Heilbronn 6 km
* Exit Zollhaus / Kornburg in the direction of Kornburg St2400 5 km
From Berlin (A9):
* Exit intersection Nürnberg / East A6 towards Heilbronn 2 km
* Exit Nuremberg / Port / Fuerth toward Fuerth 1 km
* Exit Zollhaus / Kornburg in the direction of Kornburg St2400 5 km
From Munich (A9):
* AK Feucht exit in the direction of Nuremberg / Port / Fuerth 5 km
* Exit Zollhaus / Kornburg in the direction of Kornburg St2400 5 km
From Heilbronn (A6):
* Roth exit towards Wendelstein 1 km
* Exit towards Wendelstein 4 km
* First Traffic light junction Wendelstein in Nuremberg / Kornburg / Wendelstein 1 km
History of Kornburg
* Cunradus 1265 (Conrad) from "Kurnburg" receives from King Conradin as a hereditary fief Kurnburg, the mountain and the forest that goes with it.
* 1271 first fortified construction of a castle is finished.
* 1388 conquest of the castle by the Nurembergers with heavy weapons.
* 1405 Kornburg falls through to the marriage (in Freistadt Allersberg) of Hohenfels
* 1422 Kornburg falls through marriage to Hans von Seckendorf.
* 1447 His son Jörg von Seckendorf sold the castle and fortress to his brother Peter Rieter.
* 1449 first Margrave War.
* 1450 Peter Rieter and his wife Catherine to go to Nuremberg to the monastery. (Franciscan mendicant, or St. Clara convent)
* 1502 Kornburg falls with George Rieter in the line of those Bocksberger Rieter, Kalbsteinberg Bocksberg belong to Swabia.
* 1522 Margrave War, Kornburg is destroyed by Margrave Albrecht Alcibiades.
* 1632 the Wallensteiner destroy Kornburg in the 30-year war
* 1686 Kornburg castle is built up after 50 years. Paul Albrecht of Rieter Kornburg married Anna Catherine Holzloeffel of Kolberg. (Inscription above the doorway)
* 1753 The last male descendant of the Rieters, "Adam" dies. Kornburg becomes a Holy Spirit Hospital.
* 1812 privately owned.
* 1838 colored paper and wallpaper factory.
* 1851 rental house.
* 1923 reconstruction of the tower, renovation of the castle by Heinrich Nüßlein.
* 1947 Nüßlein dies. The artistes couple Mehling takes over the castle.
* 1954 Ida Volkert buys Kornberg Castle.
* 1981 the grandson, Alfred Kraus, inherits the romantic castle estate.
More travel info about Nuremberg: About 170 kilometers north of Munich, Nuremberg (German: Nuernberg), Bavaria, is located in the administrative region of Middle Franconia. Nuremberg is situated on the Pegnitz River and the Rhine-Main-Danube Canal, and is Franconia's largest city with more than 500,000 residents. The Nuremberg city walls, built between the 12th and 16th centuries, surround the old town of Nuremberg. Given its age, it is no surprise that Nuremberg is rich with historical, cultural, and other attractions. Key points of interest include the world famous Nuremberg Castle, Nuremberg Zoo, Germany’s largest museum of cultural history (Germanische Nationalmuseum), Albrecht Durer’s house, Nuremberg Toy Museum, one of the largest hospitals of the Middle Ages (the Heilig-Geist-Spital), the Craft Yard, Nuremberg State Theatre, Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra, the Documentation Center, Nazi Party Rallying Grounds, and several very important churches, including the Frauenkirche and St. Lorenz and St. Sebaldus churches.



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