Town Hall of Würzburg

Built in the 13C, the town hall was once the seat of one of the bishop's administrators. Inside, the Wenzel room (Wenzelsaal) is one of the finest examples of High Medieval German for non-religious purposes. The Red building (Roter Bau, west) bears witness to late Renaissance architecture (1659).

Useful information

Address : 

Rückermainstr., 97070 Würzburg

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