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ABOVE: Adjoining the Document Neupfarrplatz is
a World War II air-raid bunker with a memorial inscription honoring the
"Neupfarrplatzgruppe," a resistance group that fought the Nazi regime.
Document Neupfarrplatz is underneath the
Neupfarrplatz, a square in Regensburg's historic center. It's reached via a
staircase in the southern part of the plaza. (When you arrive on time for the
guided tour--see information below--you should see a curator or guide waiting
for visitors near the entrance.)
Tickets: You can buy tickets at Tabak Götz,
which also sells a CD-ROM version of the Document's multimedia presentation.
(Ticket prices are reasonable, and a family ticket is available for the price of
When to visit:
Individual admission is by guided tour only at
2:30 p.m. on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Groups of 25 or more can arrange
private visits at other times.
For more historical
background, photos, and visitor information, see the English-language
Document Neupfarrplatz page of the
Regensburg Web site.
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Photo: Peter Ferstl. © Stadtarchiv