Hotel Wurzburger Hof

Address: Barbarossaplatz 2, Würzburg, Romantic Road, Bavaria, 97070, Germany | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Barbarossaplatz 2, Würzburg, is near The Residenz, Marienburg Fortress (Festung Marienberg), St. Kilian Cathedral (Dom St. Kilian), and Juliusspital.
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      ... Brauhaus Faust (Brewery Fist). Interestingly on the Hotel Zum Riesen is a Star of David or hexagram, which has another meaning. The hexagram has been used throughout history for various meanings including Hinduism, Mormonism and Occultism. Only since the end of the 19th Century has a hexagram come to officially symbolise Judaism. In Southern Germany in the middle ages, a hexagram used to mean that a guest house had ...

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      Rudesheim, which I was lucky enough to visit on our trip in 2002, is now devoted primarily to tourism. On that note I avoided the shopping and had a wonderful tour of the mechanical music museum. Remember player pianos and organ grinders? Multiply this by a factor of 100 and you'll have the quality of this museum. Some of the instruments date back ...

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      A travel blog entry by jeanandwayne on Sep 30, 2014

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