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The town hall is a complex of several buildings from different eras which makes it a bit confusing. The “red building” has arches, the building on the main square has a tall tower, clock and artwork on the outside. Look to find the Wenzel Room...More
Having looked at the permanent exhibition of the city's destruction in March 1945 we got lost in the Town hall's corridors and were rescued by a friendly functionary who took us through the main council chamber. (There is another more complete model of the destroyed...More
It's the old town hall of Würzburg. It was not open at the time we were there so we could only take some pictures. There was an information corner where you can see a scale model of the town after the WW2 and also the...More
The town hall of Wurzburg is a historically grown group of buildings from different eras. Once of the most beautiful buildings and only recently renovated is the Grafeneckart. It is a five-storey solid saddle roof construction and tower with pointed helmet and lantern, Romanesque core...More
The city hall, Rathaus Wurzburg, was sandwiched between buildings. Some touch-up works were being done inside the city hall, thus we could not enter to view the internal of the building at the time of our visit there. The red colored city hall building was...More
The inside might be great, but for now, it is under construction. However, the front of the building is photogenic and interesting, plus right next to it is a model of the city after the bombing in 1944, which destroyed the old city. Amazing to...More