Nuremberg features a couple of LGBTQ+ saunas and bars, but not as much as other cities in Germany. However, Germany is an inclusive country where anyone can live out their actual sexual orientation and/or gender identity, and the law protects the LGBTQ+ community.
A new study from DAK, a German health insurance company, indicates that one in four children in Germany has a mental illness. In addition, 24% of adolescents have psychological anomalies, with under 2% of children between the ages 10 and 17 being diagnosed with mental health conditions like depression and anxiety.
This data also found that 238,000 children in 2017 are experiencing these conditions, with the child depression rates increasing by 5% since the year before. Currently, mental illness is the fifth-highest ranking type of illness among children.
If you are looking to find mental health care in Nuremberg, help is available. We have compiled an extensive list at LGBTQ, and ALL that provides all the information you need about qualified mental health care practitioners in your area. These professionals have years of experience working with children and helping them cope with various mental health issues.
Nuremberg, Germany, is the second-largest city in Bavaria after the capital of Munich. One of its most popular attractions is Nuremberg Castle, featuring several towers and thrones above the town. It is also considered to be one of Europe’s largest castles.
In addition, Staatstheater Nürnberg is one of the five Bavarian theatres in the state, putting on operas, operettas, musicals, and ballets. In Munich, the Staatsphilharmonie Nürnberg is Bavaria’s second-biggest opera orchestra, following the Bavarian State Opera’s Bavarian State Orchestra.
There are many higher education institutes in Nuremberg, like the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg (or Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg). This university is the third-largest in Bavaria and 11th-largest in the country, with campuses in Erlangen and Nuremberg.
For sports fans, FC Nürnberg is the most famous football (soccer) club in the city and one of Germany’s most successful clubs. In addition, Nuremberg was one of the host cities for the 2006 FIFA World Cup.
The first mention of the city of Nuremberg traces back to 1050, in official records. Its origin involved a castle (aka Kaiserburg) constructed about a decade earlier by German King Henry III, Duke of Bavaria. In 1046, he was the Holy Roman emperor.
In 2019, there were 518,370 inhabitants in Nuremberg, making it the 14th-largest city.
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