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  • Stadt Würzburg, Fluss, Burg, Freizeit
  • Campus Nord, Brücke
  • Neue Universität, Lichthof
Siebold-Collegium Institute for Advanced Studies

City and Region

The scenic city Würzburg, which is located at the river Main, is renowned for its art, architecture and wines. With around 124.000 inhabitants, Würzburg is the political, economical and cultural heart of the Main-franconian region in northern Bavaria, Germany.

Below, among others, impressions of historic sites and places to be in and around the city of Würzburg: Falkenhaus, Käppele, Fortress Marienberg, Schustergasse and Weinfest at the Residence.

(c) Congress-Tourismus-Würzburg, Fotograf: A. Bestle

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