Located in Bavaria, 110 miles (170-km) north of Munich, Nuremberg is a fortified medieval city of castles, first established in the 11th century. Until the early 19th century it was unofficially the capital of the Holy Roman Empire, a loose amalgamation of Central European states which all had their own separate kings, princes and dukes.
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