The Zeppelinfeld (Zeppelin Field) is located in Bavaria’s second largest city, Nuremberg. It consists of a large grandstand (Zeppelinhaupttribühne) with a width of 360 metres and a smaller stand. It was one of architect Albert Speer’s first works for the Nazi party and was based on the Pergamon Altar. The entire site is six square miles and, between 1933 and 1938, hosted the Nazi Party rallies. They were carefully choreographed and designed to be visually exciting. Adolf Hitler used the rallies to whip up support as he prepared for World War Two. The 1934 rally was filmed by Leni Riefenstahl, whose controversial film, ‘Triumph Of The Will’, still remains restricted in Germany. The site is one of Germany’s largest listed building complexes. By law it cannot be destroyed – but nature is doing just that.