Nuremberg (Nurnberg) is a city located on the Pegnitz River about 90 miles northwest of Munich in Southern Germany. The climate is almost continental, and temperature ranges from 25 degrees F in January to 65 degrees F in July, the average precipitation is 30 inches. The citys initial prosperity was due to its location at the junction of trade routes between Germany and Italy, then France and central eastern europe. Nuremberg was first mentioned in written sources in 1050. The fortified town received its charter as a free imperial city in 1219. During the Renaissance the city experienced both economic and cultural properity. Nuremberg became part of Bavaria in 1806 and part of the German Empire in 1871. A great tourist attraction The Schoner Brunnen Fountain is located in the main marketplace of Nuremberg.
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