These two 360-degree panoramic views provide a good view of the Memorium Nuremberg Trials.
The exhibition room devoted to the International Military Tribunal
Comprising some 350 square meters, this is the largest exhibition room at the Memorium. The exhibits here explain the background and conduct of the Nuremberg Trial conducted before the Allied Military Tribunal in 1945/46. There are very few artifacts on display in the Memorium. An important exception is two parts of the original docket, where representatives of the Nazi regime sat across from their judges.
Courtroom 600 holds a special importance as the historic location of the Nuremberg Trials. Although the courtroom has been rebuilt and the original furniture replaced since the trials were conducted there from 1945 to 1949, the marble door frames and the wooden wall paneling clearly identify this room as the venue of the trials against leading representatives of the Third Reich.