After touring the Residence, or Palace, in Wurzburg, we drove up the hill to tour
the Marienburg Fortress.
The Celts began to fortify this area 1000 years before Christ and at the turn of the
13th century, the bishop princes began to extend the fortification.
That's Peggy standing at the entrance to the courtyard of the Fortress.
This is a building that housed a well. They had the well lit and
the other ladies got some great shots of how deep it was, but
my little camera's efforts came out black.
A view from the Fortress of the vineyards that climbed the hill up to the Fortress.
That prominent tan building is the St. Burkard Church
I think tomorrow I'll show you where we spent our first 4 days in
the little village of Morlesau and a nearby town called Hammelburg
where we did our grocery shopping.