Residenz is a significant Baroque palace on the northern edge of the city center of Würzburg, which was begun in 1719 and completed by approximately in 1780. The design was influenced by Balthasar Neumann.
She served until the dissolution of the ecclesiastical territories of Secularization, as the seat of Würzburg prince-bishops. The castle is one of the major works of the Southern German Baroque and is regarded as the most important in the European context Residence building of the late Baroque. Thus it stands in line with Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna and Versailles Palace near Paris. UNESCO has included the building and courtyard residence place in 1981 as part of the protected world cultural heritage.
In the grounds of the UNESCO for inclusion in the list of "cultural and natural heritage of the world" it is, the Residenz is the most accomplished and remarkable of all baroque palaces, unique by its originality, its ambitious building program and the international composition of the construction office, a synthesis of the European Baroque. You also will illustrate one of the brightest royal courts of Europe. The 1979-1987 reconstructed hall of mirrors, one of the show rooms at Kaiser wing, was the most perfect work of art of the Rococo room.


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