Wuerzburg Residenz(Wuerzburg Residence)
It was a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The beautiful Residence was built between 1720-1744 in Baroque style and it is one of the Germany's most impressive palaces. One part of the building was heavily damaged with the bombings almost the end of World War II, but restoration has been in progress since 1945.
The Residenz is located in the center of the city and it was easy to get there on foot.
The Residenz didn't look very special from outside, but inside it was really great with wonderful decorations and many interesting art. A sign board said "No photographing allowed". Unfortunately photography is forbidden inside the Residenz. You can't show your friend pictures of the Residenz great art work.
Admission fee was 5 euro.
The Residenz has a large garden at the back of the building and it is also part of Unesco world Heritage. This iron gates is the entrance into the Residenz garten, "Hofgarten". Bicycle riding and destroying plants were forbidden. Of course pet isn't forbidden in the garden!! There was an animal garbage box!
The garden is another architectural highlight of The Residenz.
It is geometrically-designed garden.
There were lots of cone-shaped topiary and the place had a unique environment.
There were also many sculptures in the garden.
Some of them had very interesting face and their funny faces gave me an idea of "Alice In Wonderland".
Is that beaver?