WÜRZBURG, GERMANY. The city’s chapel, known as The Kapelle, is one of the main tourist attractions in Würzburg. It was designed by Balthasar Neumann, and it dates for 250 years. Catalogued as baroque-rococo style, the church has been restored and rebuilt partially after WWII, a time when the city was almost destroyed. Nowadays, it hosts sacred and liturgical concerts.
Würzburg, declared UNESCO World Heritage City, it’s a place full or architectonic heritage. Moreover, in the last years, the city has became an important centre of cultural and student life.
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