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Wurzburg is one of the most important historical centres of Bavaria. The city is located in a picturesque valley on both banks of the Main River. Pleasant hills surround the city centre. A few years ago, the city celebrated its 1,300th anniversary. For lovers of the Baroque, Wurzburg is a must-see in Germany.
Famous sights of Würzburg are the Wurzburg Residenz with its court gardens and Residence Square (UNESCO World Heritage Site), the Marienberg Fortress and the 180-meter-high Old Main Bridge, which features impressive statues of saints. One of the city's charming museums, the Marienberg Fortress, houses the most extensive collection of works by the renowned woodcarver Tilman Riemenschneider. More modern art from the 19th century focuses on the 3,500 square meter museum in the Kulturspeicher building in the old port. In addition, the city hosts several festivals dedicated to the work of German composers - Bach and Mozart. They settle in the stunning Würzburg residence and gather a vast number of fans of classical music.
Wurzburg is a centre of viticulture, railway and river communications. The wine trade and printing industry are also crucial for the city. Manufacturing includes medical instruments, pollution control and measuring equipment, electrical goods, clothing, and food. Wurzburg is a kind of student city. More than 30 student associations are represented in the town. The Julius Maximilian University of Wurzburg has been home to 14 Nobel Prize winners such as Wilhelm Conrad Roentgen and Klaus von Klitzing. The university also has a hospital that provides medical services to more than 320,000 patients a year.
Wurzburg is one of the best opportunities to get to know the world-famous German Bavaria. The city impresses with its museums, galleries, parks, squares, restaurants and cafes. Guests of the town can enjoy a pleasant atmosphere with a glass of wine overlooking the unforgettable and massive hills.