The old baroque city on the river Main is the capital of the Bavarian government district of Lower Franconia and the center of viticulture in the German wine-growing region Franconia, In the middle of the 8th century it became a bishopric and a little later also the royal palace. The first university was founded in 1402. Over the centuries, a true monument was created with the Old Town Hall, Marienbrücke and Marienberg Fortress (in the foreground), bishop's residence and universities. During the Second World War, the city and its monuments were almost completely destroyed in a single bombing night, but after the war it was rebuilt in its former glory.
In the city itself or on the edge of it there are today many vineyards with world-famous individual layers, among others Abtsleite. Inner bar. Pfaffenberg and stone (with stone harp plot). The city of Würzburg is also the headquarters of the three oldest German wineries, these are the historically significant ones Bürgerspital. Juliusspital and State Court Cellar Wuerzburg, The Bavarian State Research Center for Viticulture and Horticulture is also located in Würzburg, which plays a key role in research and breeding varieties was and is active.