Würzburg (Germany)

Würzburg is a city in Bavaria, Germany. Located on the Main river, it is the capital of the Regierungsbezirk Unterfranken. Two artist that made a lasting impression in the city were sculptor Tilman Riemenschneider (1460-1531), who was also mayor and participated in the Peasants' War, and Balthasar Neumann (1687-1753), baroque architect and builder of the Würzburg Residence that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its interiour was decorated by Giovanni and Domenico Tiepolo.

The twenty closest neighbours in the database:

Aschaffenburg (Germany) (60 km), Bamberg (Germany) (69 km), Alzenau (Germany) (70 km), Gelnhausen (Germany) (71 km), Ronneburg (Germany) (80 km), Büdingen (Germany) (82 km), Hanau (Germany) (82 km), Fulda (Germany) (87 km), Nuremberg (Germany) (91 km), Darmstadt (Germany) (93 km), Frankfurt (Germany) (97 km), Sinsheim (Germany) (97 km), Heidelberg (Germany) (98 km), Helicopter flight over Frankfurt (99 km), International Motor Show (IAA) (99 km), Frankfurt Airport (102 km), Ladenburg (Germany) (102 km), Schwetzingen (Germany) (108 km), Mannheim (Germany) (111 km), Saalburg Roman Fort (112 km)

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