residenze museum

Die Würzburg Residenz with the Court Gardens, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The former residence of the Würzburg prince-bishops is one of the most important baroque palaces in Europe, said to rival Verseilles. It was badly damaged at the end of WW2 and has been carefully restored since. The gardens and many rooms are open to the public. More.

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Munich Residenz.

Tiny rant about this place: There’s a weird thing in Munich were a lot of museums don’t allow bags/purses/camera bags. Which kind of sucks, because if you’re a woman/wearing women’s pants, you don’t exactly have pockets big enough for your wallet and your mobile and your extra camera lens. (You’d best hope you’re not on your period and need pads/tampons.) And have fun wandering around a massive palace for five hours without water… Super annoying. Thank God you could at least take photos.