Underground in Nuremberg

This was taken in an old beer cellar in Nuremberg, Germany. The cellar was converted into a bomb shelter during World War II, allowing the Germans to protect some of their priceless works of art. That was a good thing since 90 percent of the city was destroyed in the Allied bombing runs.

Nuremberg was the last port of call during our week long cruise in July along the Danube River, which included excursions in Budapest, Vienna, Salzburg and Munich.


I'm Joe Newman, multi-media story teller, non-profit do-gooder, international street photographer, serious poker player, intrepid traveler. Bourbon drinker.