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Nuremberg is a city in the Germany state of Bavaria, in the administrative region of Middle Franconia; it is Bavaria's second largest city after Munich. It is situated on the Pegnitz river and the Main-Danube Canal. It is located about 105 miles north of Munich, at 49.27° N 11.5° E. Population is 510,000 (2011). The town is also the Center of the Metropolitan Region Nuremberg.

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For €21 visitors spending at least one night in Nuremberg, Fuerth, Erlangen or Schwabach is able to purchase the "Nürnberg Card." It includes free admission to 49 museums and attractions and free travel on all public transport services in Nuremberg and Fuerth. You also get 10 to 15 percent discounts on purchases in many shops. Seven theatres, ranging from children's theatre to cabaret to travesty revues, offer attractive 10 to 20 percent discounts. Europe's largest IMAX cinema in the CineCittà Nuremberg offers the most current films - and lowers the entrance price. [5]

Old Town

Nuremberg's old town is divided by the river Pegnitz. The northern half is called Sebalder Alstadt, the southern Lorenzer Altstadt.

  • Castle 24 46 59-0. Every day Apr-Sep 09:00-18:00, Oct-Mar 10:00-16:00. The castle dominates the north-western corner of Nuremberg's old town. In the west (on the right, when coming from the city) the castle starts with Luginsland tower. Between it and the five-cornered tower is the Kaiserstallung. It was built in 1495 in only one year and served originally as a storehouse for grain. Today it is used as a youth hostel. The five-cornered tower was constructed before 1050 and is the oldest building of the castle and city. Further east are the entry to the castle garden and the castle gate. Through the castle gate one gets to the Freiung, where you can enjoy one of the best views of the old town. If you want to look further you can climb the round tower (Sinwellturm) in the first court of the castle. There you also find the deep well (Tiefer Brunnen). In the main court is the Kemenate on the right and the Palas on the left side. The Palas houses the castle museum, further rooms including the two-storey chapel can be seen on a guided tour. The guided tour offered by the Castle is only in German. However, another company offers English and other language tours of the town and castle for € 8-10. Information is available inside the Tourist Information Centre in the Market Square, where the tour starts. € 6 (Museum, guided tour, Sinwellturm and Tiefer Brunnen. Outside areas free.).
  • City Walls. Originally Nuremberg's city wall had a length of five kilometers and five gates: Laufer, Spittler-, Frauen-, Neu- und Tiergärtner Tor. From the 13th to the 16th century the wall was continuously strengthened and is one of the reasons why the city withstood all attacks during this time. Nearly four kilometers of the wall are still standing. Only on the east side between the main station and Rathenauplatz are large gaps. The city moat, which was never filled with water, still exists in its full wide for about two kilometres. Between Färbertor and Spittlertor (Plärrer) you should avoid the inner side of the wall, as it runs along Nuremberg's red light district.
  • Castle Quarter (Burgviertel). Numerous old buildings here survived the war. The street Fuell with its sand stone houses is a typical merchant's street. The craftsmen lived in timber-framed houses, many of which have been restored in Weissgerbergasse. More timber-framed houses can be seen in Obere and Untere Kraemersgasse. In Untere Kraemersgasse 16 you can often look into the tiny courtyard.
  • St Sebald Church (Sebalduskirche). Built from the 13th to 15th century. In the center of the church is the grave of the city saint, depicting scenes of his life.
  • St Lawrence Church (Lorenzkirche). Built from the 13th to 15th century. Among its many treasures are the Tabernacel by Adam Kraft and the Greeting Angels by Veit Stoss.
  • Nurembergs Underworld (Nürnberger Felsengänge), Bergstraße 19,  +49 911 22 70 66, e-mail: For many hundreds of years, the sandstone bedrock of Nuremberg's castle hill has been riddled with vaulted cellars and "secret" passageways. Rock-Cut Beer Cellars, Casemates, Water Supply Conduits. The total area today is 20,000 m2.
  • Art Bunker (Kunstbunker), Obere Schmiedgasse 52,  +49 (0)911 22 70 66, e-mail: Visits of the World War II Art Bunker are only possible in the course of a guided tour. Daily guided tour, in German, at 14:00 In addition to regular guided tours the Association of Friends of Nuremberg Rock Cellars organises guided tours for groups of up to 25 people by special arrangement. These tours are also available in English, French, Italian, Spanish and Czech.
  • Way of Human Rights (Straße der Menschenrechte). A monumental outdoor sculpture, opened on 24 October 1993. It is sited on the street between the new and old buildings of the Germanisches Nationalmuseum, connecting Kornmarkt street and the medieval city wall.
  • Nuremberg Exhibition Centre (Nürnberg Messezentrum), Messezentrum, D-90471 Nürnberg,  +49 (0)911-8606-0. The Nürnberg Exhibition Centre is relatively new. The exhibition centre offers over 160,000 m² of display area in twelve halls grouped around the central park.


  • St. Johannis. The old suburb west of the old town is best seen on a 30-minute walk from Tiergärtnertor to Hallertor. Still within the walls, the house opposite Dürerhaus is called the house of Pilate. It is the start of the way to St. Johns church, with stations of the cross made by Veit Stoss. Follow this way through the gate, across the main street and turn left. At the next street (Burgschmietstrasse), turn right and follow it until it joins Johannisstrasse which leads us along a few remaining timber-framed houses to St. John's cemetery. Many famous citizens of Nuremberg are buried here. After visiting the cemetery, turn right into Lindengasse, then left into the small alley called Riesenschritt. Here are the entrances to some restored baroque gardens. These small gardens are called Hesperidengaerten. At the lower end of Risenschritt you may wander through the romantic lanes of Gross- and Kleinweidenmuehle. Finally walk through the park along the river back into the city.
  • Nazi party rally grounds (Reichsparteitagsgelände), Bayernstraße 110 (Tramway #9 (from main station) or #6 (from Plärrer) or bus #36 (from Hauptmarkt) to Doku-Zentrum, or S-Bahn Line 2 to Dutzendteich (on the S-Bahn map, it looks like other lines go to this stop, but they are express trains which do not stop at Dutzendteich)). Soon after they came to power in 1933 the Nazis designated Nuremberg as place for their annual party rallies. To demonstrate their power they planned a set of gigantic buildings. Only a fraction of these were actually built, including a colossal Congress Hall and the reviewing stand at the Zeppelin field. The actual rally grounds cover a large area, if you want to tour the area plan to spend one or two hours. It is advisable to start with a visit of the Documentation Center (museum in the stadium wall - see Museums below). In regards to the Grosser Strasse, unless you want a long walk there is nothing really interesting to see other than a modern long road. A couple industrial businesses are located along the road, as well as a couple footpaths for wooded trails around the lake.
  • Zoo (Tiergarten), Am Tiergarten 30 (Tramway #5 (from main station) to Tiergarten),  54546. Every Day, Summer 08:00-19:30, Winter 09:00-17:00.. The Nuremberg Tiergarten is one of the most beautiful zoos in europe. Located in a beautiful landscape on the Schmausenbuck Hill in the Nuremberg borough Zerzabelshof (Zabo). The Tiergarten get on the top of media interest, when the polar bear baby Flocke (Snowflake) were born in December 2007. The zoo is set in old quarries in the large forest at the eastern edge of the city.

You can get direct bus from here to Doku-Zentrum to see Party Rally Grounds, easy credit station (World cup 2006 Statium). Adult €13.50, child € 6.5, adult with Bahnpass € 11.50, child with Bahnpass € 4.8 Family with one adult €18, Family with 2 adults €31.50.

  • Dolphinarium (Delphinarium), Am Tiergarten 30 (Tramway #5 (from main station) to Tiergarten),  54546. Monday through Friday: 11:00, 14:00 and 16:00, On weekends and Bavarian Holidays: 11:30, 14:30, 16:00 (if needed at 13:00). The Dolphinarium is located inside the Nuremberg Tiergarten. In 2011 the dolphin lagoon will display the first outdoor pool for dolphins in Germany. Adult € 4,50, child €2.00, child with Bahnpass €1.50' Families €10.50..
  • Kraftshof Village Church, Kraftshof (Tramway #9 (from main station) or #4 (from Plärrer) to Thon. Change there to bus #31). In the middle ages only towns had the right to build a wall, villages were unprotected against raiding troops. Therefore many villages built walls around the church yard. Kraftshof is a good example. From Kraftshof it is a 30 minutes stroll to Neunhof.
  • Neunhof Manor, (Schloss Neunhof), Neunhofer Hauptstraße (Tramway #9 (from main station) or #4 (from Plärrer) to Thon. Change there to bus #31). Easter-Sept Sa, Su 10:00-17:00 (closed in winter). Nuremberg's patricians had numerous manor houses in the surrounding villages. This is a good example, built in the 16th century. Adjoining is a small baroque garden. The castle remains closed for renovation in 2013 and 2014


  • Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Kartäusergasse 1 (Subway #2, stop Opernhaus),  +49 911 13310. Tu, Th-Su 10:00-18:00, W 10:00-21:00. One of the largest museum of art and crafts in the German-speaking countries. €8, concessions €5.
  • Transportation Museum (Verkehrsmuseum), Lessingstraße 6 (Subway #2, stop Opernhaus),  230 880. Tu-Fr 21:00-17:00 Sa-Su and holidays 10:00-18:00. This museum contains two collection the DB Museum (museum of the national railway) [6] and the Museum for Communication [7]. The railway museum displays the development of railways in Germany from the beginnings in 1835 to today. It has a collection of historic stock and a large model railroad. Its children's areas makes it a good place to visit for families. The museum for communication displays the history of mail and telecommunications. €5, concessions €4.
  • New Museum, Klarissenplatz (5 min walk from the central station),  +49 911 2402069. Tu-Su 10:00-18:00, Th 10:00-20:00. Museum showing art and design from 1945 to today. €4, concessions €3, Sundays €1.
  • Medieval Dungeons, Rathausplatz 2 (Near the main market square),  +49 911 2312690, e-mail: Medieval prison and torture museum under the city hall, open for guided tour (in German) only. €3.50, concessions €1.50.
  • Memorium Nuremberg Trials and Courtroom 600, Bärenschanzstraße 72 (Subway #1, stop Bärenschanze),  +49 911 32179372. W-M 10:00-18:00. The exhibition informs about the Nuremberg Trials and is located at the original location of the trials. The Courtroom 600 can only be visited if no trials are held inside as the building is still the court house. €5, concessions €3 (incl. audio guide).

Museums on the municipal ticket - The following museums participate together in a single ticket program; a ticket from any one of these museums (€5 or €2.50 for students) is valid for entry at all other museums on the same day. The website [8] for the museum cooperative provides further information.

  • Albrecht Dürer's House, Albrecht-Dürer-Straße 39,  +49 911 2312568. Every day 10:00-17:00 (Th -20:00, closed M Oct, Nov, Jan-Jun). The house in which the painter Albrecht Dürer lived and worked from 1509 until 1528. Representative of a wealthy house of that period. Exhibition about life in the house and the way Dürer worked. €5.
  • Documentation Center at the Reich Party Rally Grounds (Dokumentationszentrum Reichsparteitagsgelände), Bayernstraße 110 (Tramway #9 (from main station) or #6 (from Plärrer) or bus #36 (from Hauptmarkt) to Doku-Zentrum),  +49 911 2315666. Monday-Friday 21:00-18:00., Saturday-Sunday 10:00-18:00. Last entry 17:00.. The Documentation Center is in the north wing of the Congress Hall of Reich Party Rally Grounds. Topics shown in the documentation centre are: How the Nazis rose to power, The organization of the party rallies - how the Nazis fascinated the masses, How the party rallies are connected to the Nazi crimes against minorities and to the world war. The audio guide (included with admission price) is highly recommended for non-German speakers (and Germans as well). €5.
  • Toy Museum (Spielzeugmuseum), Karlstraße 13-15,  +49 911 2313260. Tu-F 10:00-17:00, Sa,Su 10:00-18:00 (every day during Christikindlesmarkt and toy fair). Nuremberg was one of the centres of the German toy industry. The exhibition shows wooden and metal toys, dolls and doll houses, model railways and modern toys. €5.
  • Fembohaus Citymuseum, Burgstraße 15,  +49 911 2312595. Tu-F 10:00-17:00, Sa/Su 10:00-18:00. A merchant's house built about 1600. Exhibition about the history of the city. €5.
  • Museum of Industrial Culture, Äußere Sulzbacher Straße 62 (Tramway #8 from main station, direction Erlenstegen, stop Tafelwerk),  +49 911 2313875. Exhibition about the industrial revolution, along a museum street you see how living conditions, social life and technology developed during the 19th century. €5.


St. Lorenz Church


Old City Hall

Goose Man Fountain

St. Sebaldus Church

Heilig Geist Spital


Albrecht Duerer House

Nuremberg Castle


Schoener Brunnen

Fembohaus City Museum


New Museum (Neues Museum)

King\'s Gate


German National Museum

Nuremberg Toy Museum

German National Railway Museum

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About Nuremberg


When people think of Nuremberg, they usually think of gingerbread, toys, Christmas, the Reich Party Rally Grounds or the Nuremberg Trials. But the old town of Nuremberg in the shadow of the towering imperial castle is more than that. Gothic churches, splendid patricians' houses and romantic corners and spots. An atmosphere of lively co-existence between medieval and modern, between the past and the present, prevails in Nuremberg.



  • Volksfest. Like a small Oktoberfest which is held twice a year, and typically attracts about 1.6 million visitors.
  • Altstadtfest. The "Old Town Festival" in September attracts over a million visitors every year, making it the largest folklore event in Germany. The festival offers a broad programme of attractions including processions and concerts. There is also plenty to taste in terms of food and drink at the 'gastronomy market' and at numerous restaurants and beer gardens on Schütt Island and Hans-Sachs-Platz.
  • Rock im Park. A three day rock event, 60,000 People, run yearly at the same time as Rock Am Ring
  • Klassik Open Air. Twice a year you can listen the "Nürnberger Philharmoniker" and the "Nürnberger Symphoniker". This event is also known as "Woodstock of classic music". Come early as because around 60,000 people attend. Free.
  • Bardentreffen. On the first weekend in the Bavarian summer holidays at the end of July 400 artists from all over the world appear on eight stages in the town for free. About 200,000 visitors attend.
  • Blaue Nacht. Blue Night – every year in May, museums, churches and other cultural institutions open their doors – until the early morning hours. Art and light installations, music and performances in Nuremberg's inner city streets invite people to stroll about, look, listen and be amazed. About 120,000 visitors are expected every year.
  • Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften. “The Long Night Of Science”, – in October many companys, the Institute of Technology, the universities are open for the public.
  • Tag der offenen Tür. “Doors Open Days”, – Every two years in October the municipality and many organisations open 3 days for the public.
  • Internationales Figurentheater-Festival. Every two years, the curtains go up in Nuremberg for Germany's biggest puppet theatre festival. About 50 ensembles from many countriess take to the stages of the conurbation and show the latest trends.
  • Christkindlesmarkt. Famous Christmas market held every year from Friday before the first advent Sunday to 23 December. On weekends it is often overcrowded.
  • Trempelmärkte. Nuremberg Flea Markets. On the second weekend in May and on the first weekend in September, Nuremberg’s Old Town transforms itself into Germany’s largest flea market with about 4,000 booths. Children have their own, at no charge area, allowing them to sell their old and not-so-old toys.
  • 1. FC Nuremberg. The "Club" was founded in 1900 and is one of the most tradition-steeped football clubs in Germany. The club play their Bundesliga home games in the easyCredit-Stadion.
  • Norisring DTM Speedweekend. Once a year world famous “Norisring”, the 200 miles from Nuremberg happens to the car race maniacs. This race track is known as "little Monaco", because they also use normal streets. Attracts over 140,000 people.
  • Radrennen "Rund um die Nürnberger Altstadt. Cycle Race “Round the Old Town” The cycle race is one of the most important events in the Nuremberg sports calendar and is a firmly fixed event for the international cycling sport. The high quality of the race circuit makes this event really standout against the many cycle races held in Germany. More than 100,000 spectators are able to watch the Nuremberger cycle race.
  • Stadtlauf Nürnberg. Nuremberg foot race.
  • Quelle Challenge Roth. Triathlon next to Town in the Franconian lake district.
  • Blaulicht, Bus und Bahn. flashing alarm lamp, Bus and Railway - local clubs and private museums open the doors, first weekend in May.
  • ION - MUSICA SACRA. International Organ Week. Presented for the first time in 1951 by church musicians of the two major protestant churches of Nürnberg, the “Internationale Orgelwoche Nürnberg” - Musica Sacra (ION) is one of Germany's biggest and oldest festivals of sacred and organ music. Each year Nürnberg becomes the "centre of the organ universe".
  • 175 Years of Railway in Germany. Nuremberg was the central venue for the German Railway Year 2010 because it is here that 175 years ago, the first German train took to the tracks. On 7 December 1835, the steam-driven "Adler" started off from Nuremberg’s Plärrer square towards the neighbouring city of Fürth.


  • Climbing Factory. Indoor climbing on 850 m2
  • real climbing - at Frankenjura area
  • Soccer. 1. FCN - soccer and more
  • Ice Hockey - Nuremberg Ice Tigers plays in the German Elite League (DEL)


  • Biggest multiplex cinema in Germany, the CINECITTA [9]. 18 movie theaters, one IMAX theater, one "motion action drive" cinema, three restaurants, twelve bars and five outside terraces with view on the historic town.


Bratwurst (roasted sausage): Within the city you get Nürnberger Bratwürste, in the surrounding area Fränkische Bratwürste. Nürnberger are only about half the size, but contain more spices than Fränkische. Consequently one typically eats three Fränkische or six Nürnberger. In restaurants Bratwürste are served with Sauerkraut or potato salad. In some better restaurants you can order also "Saure Zipfel", cooked Bratwürste in vinegar-onion sauce with fresh horseradish and bread. On the street you can also buy two or three sausages in a roll ('Drei im Weggla'). But be careful to get "real" Nürnberger and not "foreign" Thüringer Bratwürste. Nürnberger Bratwürste / Nürnberger Rostbratwürste is also protected under EU law with Protected designation of origin status.


Many food stalls and fast food restaurants can be found along Königstraße leading from the main station into the old town.

One stand is in the middle of the street perpendicular to the front of the Lorenzkirche.


  • La Creperie du Chateau, Untere Schmiedgasse 5,  +49 911 2110108. Outdoor seating in the summer, indoor restaurant year-round. A few steps doen from the Castle. Fantastic home French cuisine, made by super friendly Chef Guy Ody who cooks authentic Provence food. Very cozy dining room with just a few tables, you feel like you are in Guy's personal dining room. €10-15 per main course.
  • Wittmanns bio, Beckschlagergasse 8,  +49 911 331088. 18:00-22:30. Certified organic foods. Seasonal local cuisine - Fish, beef and vegetarian dishes. Meals prepared on-demand.
  • Historische Bratwurstküche - Zum Guldenen Stern, Zirkelschmiedsgasse 26,  +49 911 2059288. Restaurant in an old timber-framed house specializing in roasted sausages. Oldest sausage restaurant in the world, since 1419. € 7.10 for six sausages.
  • Goldenes Posthorn - Älteste Weinstube Deutschlands - seit 1498, Glöckleinsgasse 2 (subway #2/21, stop Lorenzkirche),  +49 911 225153. Restaurant in the old city center.
  • Bratwursthäusle, Rathausplatz 1,  +49 911 227695. M-Sa 10:00-23:00. Restaurant in the old city centee specializing in roasted sausages. You can see many tourists there. € 5.50 for six sausages.
  • Heilig Geist Spital, Spitalgasse 16,  +49 911 221761. Mainly local cuisine. Historic dining room situated over the river Pegnitz. € 6.70 for six sausages.
  • Tucher Bräu am Opernhaus, Am Kartäusertor 1 (subway #2/21, stop Opernhaus),  +49 911 204649. M-F 17:00-24:00, Sa 15:00-24:00, Su 11:00-24:00. Local cuisine. Beergarden on the city wall.
  • Steichele, Hotel & Weinrestaurant., Knorrstraße 2-8 (subway #1/11, stop Weisser Turm),  +49 911 202280, fax: +49 911 221914, e-mail: Local cuisine. The Steichele has the opportunity to try, dink and buy selected wines from "Franken", the "Pfalz", "Südtirol" and many more producing regions of germany.
  • s'Baggers, Am Steinacher Kreuz 28,  +49 911 4779090, fax: +49 911 4779092. Fully automated restaurant with no waiters. The restaurant's only employees are the cooks. Patrons order via touchscreen (which doubles as credit card paying device), and the food is delivered via gravity from the kitchen above along steel rails.
  • Garten Kreta, Am Messehaus 20,  +49 911 551464. Local,griechisch kretische kueche nordstadt.
  • Zum Spießgesellen, Rathausplatz 4,  +49 911 23555525.


  • KonTiki, Untere Wörthstrasse 10-14 (subway #1/11, stop Weisser Turm),  +49 911 221139. Local, Steak and Fish cuisine. Small Beergarden on the river Pegnitz.
  • Garten Kreta, Am Messehaus 20,  +49 911 551464. Local,griechisch kretische kueche nordstadt.


Beer: many great beers are made in Franconia (the area around Nuremberg has the largest concentration of breweries world wide) and even in the Nuremberg itself. About 300 Breweries still working.

  • Barfüßer, Hallplatz 2 (In the basement of the historic grainery on Königstraße),  +49 911 204242. A large, lively German-style beer hall, where you can have a keg delivered to your table for you to pour your own drinks. Hearty Franconian food is on the menu, and they brew their own blonde beer. € 7-12 per entree.
  • Indabahn (Blauer Adler) (West end of the Main Train Station (Hauptbahnhof)). A good, albeit relatively expensive, cocktail bar and on weekend it is also a club.
  • Cubano, Innere Laufer Gasse (northeast of the town hall). Another good cocktail bar
  • Landbierparadies (Country Beer Paradise). Guesthouses and beer-shops operated by Landbierparadise in town, you find a collection of local beers and local food.
  • Zwinger Bar, Lorenzerstrasse 33. 20:00-03:00. Famous Pub/Club in Nuremberg - Young clientele most of them Students, Artists and other Creatives. Daily changing Djing Events. Every Wednesday: dj all-nighter

Wine: The Franconian wine is said to be a "man's wine". Analogous to "man's chocolate" this points to a rather dry taste. Furthermore the rather harsh climate and the soil structure definitely contribute to this fact. An extravagance of the Franconian wines is their bottle. In Germany the Bocksbeutel bottle shape is generally reserved for higher-quality wines from Franconia.

  • Mach 1, Kaiserstraße 1 (Next to the entrance of the parking garage (Adler Parkhaus)). Nice club with good flair, they are usually playing House music


Nuremberg's main shopping district ist the Lorenzer Altstadt, the part of the old town south of river Pegnitz. There are three shopping streets running from the white tower (Weißer Turm) to the vicinity of St Lawrence church (Lorenzkirche): The cheapest stores can be found in Breite Gasse, in Karolinenstrasse you find mid-priced stores and Kaisserstraße, next to the river, offers luxury goods. At their eastern end the three streets are connected by the street Königsstraße, which runs from the main station via St Lawrence church to the main market place. The biggest department stores, Karstadt, Galeria Kaufhof and Breuninger, are located here. On Trödelmarkt you find some small shops. At Sebalder Altstadt you find antiques, curiosities and designer shops.


  • City Point, Breite Gasse 5, 90402 Nürnberg (City)
  • mercado, Äußere Bayreuther Strasse 80, 90491 Nürnberg (North)
  • Franken-Center, Glogauer Straße 30-38, 90473 Nürnberg (South)

Outlets: Puma Sport, Klingenhofstr. 70, 90411 Nürnberg (North-West)

Gothic, Dark Wave, Fetisch:

  • Crazy Fashion (for Adults only), Schweiggerstr. 30, 90478 Nürnberg (South)
  • Mac's Mystic Store, Ludwig-Feuerbach-Str. 13, 90489 Nürnberg (South)
  • Underground, Königstr. 39, 90402 Nürnberg (City)
  • Vampiria, Kappengasse 10, 90402 Nürnberg (City)

The shopping streets and smaller centres outside the old town have less to offer. Only visit them if you are looking for a specific shop.


Ginger bread (Lebkuchen): Several large manufacturers and a number of small bakeries produce these. The best quality is called Elisenlebkuchen. The large manufactures sell packages labeled Bruch (broken), but they usually don't contain broken gingerbread: it is just a trick. You get them cheaper, but you can hardly use a package labeled broken as a gift.

Sausages (Nürnberger Bratwürste) are available in tin cans.

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