Nurnberg Wallpaper

SKU: JG0646

Nurnburg is a medieval Germany city in northern Bavaria. Pretty red tiled buildings form the old town and include many wonderful examples of German Gothic architecture including the Kaiserburg, Sebaldskirche, Lorenzkirche and the quaint Henkersteg bridge that spans the river. Nurnberg is also home to the Renaissance genius of Albrecht Durer and himself and his home is featured in the top left of my illustration. He's the one in the funny hat. As in most German cities, a traditional Christmas market takes place in the market square and we can see one in full swing in my illustration of Nurnberg.  The Lebkuchen look delicious!

Nurnberg Wallpaper

Product SKU: JG0646

Nurnburg is a medieval Germany city in northern Bavaria. Pretty red tiled buildings form the old town and include many wonderful examples of German Gothic architecture including the Kaiserburg, Sebaldskirche, Lorenzkirche and the quaint Henkersteg bridge that spans the river. Nurnberg is also home to the Renaissance genius of Albrecht Durer and himself and his home is featured in the top left of my illustration. He's the one in the funny hat. As in most German cities, a traditional Christmas market takes place in the market square and we can see one in full swing in my illustration of Nurnberg.  The Lebkuchen look delicious!

Nurnberg Wallpaper

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White 300 GSM

90cm x 135cm (35"x 53") approx. More

Made in Sweden

Supplied in 2 strips and with wallpaper paste

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