You can read a recent news article about the Nazi field of dreams at http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/nuremberg-germanys-dilemma-over-the-nazis-field-of-dreams-a6793276.html
The news article has the headline shown below.
Nuremberg: Germany’s dilemma over the Nazis’ field of dreams
The “field of dreams” was the Zeppelin field in Nuremberg.
This historic site was the first place that I visited when I started traveling, after I had retired.
The following quote is from the news article, cited above:
Just a few feet behind the infamous “Führer’s Rostrum”, [shown in my photo above] from which Adolf Hitler delivered virulently anti-Semitic sermons to vast crowds of hypnotised, adoring Germans, the Nazi leader’s once pristine propaganda tribune is covered with steel netting. Signs warn “Danger of collapse!” and “Enter At Your Own Risk”.
Opposite, the concrete terraces of the so-called “Zeppelinfeld” arena once provided seating for 200,000 Nazi faithful. Huge swastika banners fluttered from its surrounding towers. Today the arena is cracked and carpeted with acres of brown grass, litter and filth. It is crumbling so fast that it is entirely fenced off from the public.