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This building on the market square is an eye catcher. A big yellow colour building full with ornaments in art nouveau style on the wall. It was not open so we could only enjoy from outside. On the ground floor you can find the office...More
The Falkenhaus , also called "Haus zum Falken", is a building on the market square in the city center. It was built at the beginning of the 18th century, then bought in 1735 by the innkeeper Franz Thomas Meißner and used as an inn ....More
Right on the main square, this lovely "old" building, rebuilt after the war, houses the tourist office. There are pictures of the terrible destruction of Wurzburg in a short, deadly raid of World War II.
This is a beautiful yellow building in the Rococo style that is located right on the Market Place. The tourist information center is located in the center on the ground floor. The building is next door to the St Mary chapel. There are stores and...More
This is a yellow colored house next to the St Mary chapel. The tourist information center is located in this building.
The exterior of the house is very attractive due to the carvings and the color.
A great place to take picture with Marktplatz and...More
I came across the Haus zum Falken, a 2 story light yellow "mansion" unexpectedly on the Wurzburg market square. It was easily recognizable by its features seen on pics of attractions for Wurzburg. The rococo decor still looked attractive and certainly must have been very...More
We did not know it is an attraction when we were there, but we were surprised by the architecture - so many details in the decoration, that we could not just pass by. It catched the eye and we had to stop and stare. One...More
It is an attractive yellow facaded building which you are shown as a part of the city tour. Originally owned bya wealthy trader, then a hotel, it has now been converted for other uses.
The facade does look a bit too ostentatious for my taste,...More