Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Wurzburg, Germany

Here are some pictures that taken in Wurzburg, Germany with my friend.
Wurzburg Germany is the capital of Lower Franconia. One of the loveliest baroque cities in the country and became famous as the center of Franconian wine production. Many tourists heading for the Romantic Road from here, 25,000 students enjoy the lively atmosphere of that town, which is beautifully embedded in the valley of the Main River, surrounded by wine-covered hills.
A famous landmark of Wurzburg Germany is the mighty fortress Festung Marienberg, from where you get a nice view over the famous sights of Wurzburg and the pilgrimage church K├Ąppele, also an idyllic spot on a hill above the town of Wurzburg Germany. You can explored on by foot - look at the Wurzburg market square and see the late-Gothic Church of St. Mary Another highlight is the four towered Wurzburg Cathedral St.Kilian, which is one of the largest Romanesque churches in Germany and one of the great attractions of Wurzburg in Germany.
They have different kinds of festivals they’re celebrating. Like the Wurzburg wine festival that’s been going on throughout the years. They also have Mozart Festival, Bach Festival and the Europe’s largest African Cultural Festival and Jazz Festivals. If you are wine lovers...The Juliusspital is the third-largest wine estate in Germany for wine tasting. It has 250 meters of vaulted cellars.
Have A Nice Day to y'all....

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