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Würzburg makes a delightful destination for a day or two - - not just the few hours recommended by tour guides. While much of the town has been re-built since the destruction of WWII, the beauty and general character of the city have been retained. The Würzburg Residenz (palace) has been authentically re-constructed. The Marienberg Fortress retains it's regal position. (A fortress has been here since the bronze age!) Now the fortress, in addition to being a fascinating castle, is home to an excellent collection of Franconian art. Sadly, a buildings have modernized or only semi-restored, but the town is vital, fun, and filled with architectural and artistic wonders.
Wuzburg Germany is a charming Bavarian city full of history, culture, great food and amazing views that extend for miles. Walk across the 11th Century Old Main Bridge (destroyed and rebuilt) and experience the majesty of an old town that has been lovingly restored since the end of World War II. For more on Wurzburg visit us at: 1. www.honeymooneveryday.com/wurzburg 2. www.facebook.com/honeymoon-everyday 3. www.pinterest.com/honeymooneveryday Experience life with someone special or travel alone as ANY travel is an experience of a lifetime that enriches the soul and makes you want to.......continue traveling!
A driving tour of the Black Forest in southern Germany, firstly staying at Titisee in the south, from where we visit Triberg and it's waterfalls, Waldkirch and the city of Freiburg. We then visit the nearby Lake Schluchsee, Altglashutten, Lenzkirch and Loffingen. Travelling north, we then pass through St Margen, St Peter and Haslach, before reaching our second base in the north of the Forest at Durbach. From here we visit the towns of Offenburg, Hausach, and Villingen, and the lovely villages of Gengenbach and Schiltach.
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The Würzburg witch trials, which occurred between 1626 and 1631, are one of the largest peace-time mass trials. In Würzburg, under Bishop Philip Adolf an estimated number between 600 and 900 alleged witches were burnt. In 1631, Swedish King Gustaf Adolf invaded the town and plundered the castle.
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