Nürnberger Altstadtc.1900/18Nice HQ Scans
You may notice signs that look extra vivid.The uploader got a bit shopy on some.
This one of my favorites.A second taken just after, to follow.Women postal carriers. Like the uniforms and shoes.
Coincidental to find these shots together. The Girl second from right giving me the evil eye.
>>4187274The Christians would never be allowed any public sculptures in current year.
>>4187360Been overseas for 10 years now.Care to give a brief rundown on the extent of the losses.Are all the Confederate monuments gone also?
>>4187255>>4187289>>4187882>>4188235>>4189427>>4189972>>4192257What the fuck sort of construction is this? What?
>>4194755I want my house to have 18ft ceilings, thanks perfect. What??
>>4195013Typical German construction in the southern mostState of Bavaria. Burgers call the city Nuremberg.Same can be found throughout Austria.>>4195015Living space is continued up to the roof line in multiple levels.Each level having about an 8ft ceiling except the rooms directlyunder the Roof of course which would slant along with the roof.
>>4189972The signs read:BauplatzEvang. Kirche LichtenhofDer Kirchbauverein Gudrunstrasse 31Maul- und KlauenseucheBeobachtungsgebietTranslationBuilding siteEvangelical Church LichtenhofThe church building association Gudrunstrasse 31Foot and mouth diseaseObservation area
>>4189972By looking at the early"Afro-german" in that picture, I assume it is a orphan asylum.
>>4187311Do you have the new 21 inch low profile rims for me?Let's see what I can do for you...
>>4196001>>4196020deal with your own Walmart nig nogsthanks for the bump
kekburgers calling some other place out on nig nogs
>>4195996Thanks for the info Hope you found something in the set interesting
>>4195013These buildings were not planned as they are shown in the pictures. They were gradually expanded and adapted. Often you can tell by the construction and material in which era and for what purpose they were built.>>4194755In the house described as having 18ft ceilings, you can still see the arch which has been bricked up and may have once been a shop window like>>4188252 Perhaps it was once a lace manufacturing / weaving store on the top two floors, with store on the street, before it became a bakery.>>4188235What looks like a sweatshop, may have been a dwelling house in the Middle Ages. In fact, these often had only one room, a stove and a door. Glass windows were a luxury. Later, the same design was added on with bricks and may have been used for animal husbandry.In this epoch on the pictures toilets in the apartments were unknown, only a shithouse in the yard or an outhouse in the stairwells, the houses are all electrified, but it is often still gas light to be seen. Telephone 562 and "Berlin 475" mean the complete telephone numbers, it is the number of telephones at that time.
>may have been a dwelling house in the Middle Ages. In fact, these often had only one room, a stove and a door. Glass windows were a luxury.>>4187289 Exact match. It's like you can see the first built in this picture. Even the same perspective!
>>4196319Thanks for giving a good breakdown on the detailsI would add many of the small 1 level structures were originallyBarns for livestock in winter.As the city grew around the farm most of them were converted into homes
The destrict of Plärrer in Nuremberg is often mentioned. Here is a Google translation of the ongoing Wikipedia page for your convenience:https://de-m-wikipedia-org.translate.goog/wiki/Pl%C3%A4rrer_(N%C3%BCrnberg)?_x_tr_sl=auto&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=de&_x_tr_pto=nui
>>4195013Those are some, at the time, pretty old buildings, likely a few centuries. They were likely not built to any real standard and have been adapted very often. Some of these predate the common use of glass in windows, which is why those look improvised on many. In the middle ages, peasants just stuffed their windows with straw if it was too cold. Glass was freakishly expensive.Some of the odd look comes from the construction itsself. The lower floors are made of stone, but that was very expensive and the high weigth made builing high a pain. So the upper floors were made of Fachwerk, a wooden framework with the gaps filled in with straw and clay, which was much lighter and more affordable.
>>4211140good insightDanke>>4211242thanks for stopping in
Thanks, super cool pictures.
>>4201682Wow, that's one hell of a flood
>>4226153All those buildings have large basements too.
Being from Nuremberg i appreciate this very much, thanks!
>>4231480Why not spell it with the umlaut, Nürnberger ?You used the English spelling.How many times should I tell you.I see your Game anon.Go to another board.
>>4232000I wrote a english sentence so i used the english spelling. Kannst Du mir jetzt glauben oder nicht, Mir eigentlich egal.
bump, these are amazing.
Beautiful city, fantastic thread. Period movies never have this sort of lived-in perpetual renewal-dilapidation effect seen on these buildings. How much of this has been destroyed in ww2?
>>4243012a LOT. When you walk through the city these days there are almost none of the old building fronts preserved. pretty much only on landmark buildings were restored to pre-war looks and the occasional building in-between.
>>4243012Tried to find these buildings using google maps, only bridges, churchs and castle still the same
>>4245075The city centers of Heidelberg, Rothenburg o.d.T. and Bambergas well as several others were not so badly affected by the war.Those listed have similar architecture to the images posted.You can drive a short distance outside Nurnberg to the small villagesand see the old styles in the original condition.The city I live in has a Major train hub and everything within about a half mile radius around the Central Station (Hauptbahnhof) was rubble.As you move away from that area most buildings remained intact
>>4230016>>4230321>>4234844>>4234845Wtf is going on here?
>>4246446Guess I should have culled some of those outSorry
>>4246763Not at all, just context of the background of that same statue. I assume this is WW2 bombings?
>>4246955YeaWhen I went back and looked I thought the same.Kinda fits in the recent discussion on the WW II destruction. I am a bit confused now as a few of the photos are notfrom the same Era. Not a crime but a distraction.Working multiple threads here and the preview process for each thread is time consuming and I am stretching it some.No worries.Posting to 300
>>4246446anyone know where it located?
>>4248501nevermind, just found outHans Sachs PlatzThe church behind: St. Edigien