Würzburg is still one of the most beautiful cities in Germany. Before its almost complete destruction in the Second World War, the Lower Franconian metropolis was perhaps even the one most worth seeing. In addition to its favourable location between the steep slopes of the Lower Main, which are resplendent with wine growing, the attractiveness of the city is due above all to its characteristic sights. The numerous architecturally valuable and successfully reconstructed churches, courtyards and monuments bear witness to the former importance of the bishopric and royal seat and give it an unmistakable flair. Discover the sights of the university and UNESCO WORLD CULTURE CITY of Würzburg!
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