Nuremberg works to demystify its Nazi buildings

The city of Nuremberg in Bavaria is home to some of the largest buildings built by the Nazis: the Zeppelin Tribune, where hundreds of thousands of Nazis gathered during party congresses to listen to speeches by Adolf Hitler, and the congress hall, which looks like a Roman coliseum and was never finished. The question now facing Nuremberg: when Nazi ruins begin to crumble, is it better for Germany to rip them down or restore them?