Schrag's new handy guide to Nuremberg

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Schrag, 1900 - Nuremberg (Germany) - 74 pages
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Page 73 - Kunste voll. Dich, nimmer noch veraltet Du treue, fleiss'ge Stadt, Wo Diirer's Kraft gewaltet, Und Sachs gesungen hat.
Page 11 - Registration of all students will take place from 10 am to 12 m., and from 2 to 5 pm on Tuesday, July 5th, 1921, in Room 7a, College Hall, Smith College.
Page 54 - Over the small door one reads; — ,,Eins manns red ist eine halbe red, man soil die teyl verhoren bed.
Page 65 - October to be from 8 am to 1 pm, and from 2 to 6 pm The hours on Saturdays to be from 8 am to 3 pm, with an interval of
Page 70 - Pirkheimer (1440), Lazarus Spengler (1320), Wenzel Jamnitzer (664), Albrecht Diirer (649), Veit Stoss (268) and Konrad Griibel (200); then of others Ludwig Feuerbach, Anselm Feuerbach, Kreling etc.
Page 22 - Albrecht Diirer, the greatest German painter, his teacher, Michael Wohlgemut, the sculptor Adam...
Page 52 - Then a painting on wood by Hans von Kulmbach after a drawing by Diirer: St.
Page 15 - Wolff sen., workmaster of the town; 4. the Karls- and 5. the Derrerbriicke, the former built in 1728, the latter in 1486; between these two the Trodelmarkt, an original market for all kinds of second-hand goods; 6.
Page 53 - The front main building in the Italian renaissance style was built by Jakob Wolff in 1616—1622.

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