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Würzburg Marienberg Innenhof 2011
Franconia

The Castle "Marienberg" in "Würzburg" owes its rim with huge bastions of the storming by the Swedes in the Thirty Years' War (1631). "Johann Philipp von Schönborn" prompted the expansion of the castle into a fortress of impressive size. 1945 burned the fort almost completely. The reconstruction lasted until 1990.

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