Marienberg Fortress - From Old Main Bridge, Germany
Marienberg Fortress is a hilltop castle located in the city of Würzburg, Germany. It was built in the 11th century and is now part of the Medieval City of Würzburg. The castle sits atop a cliff overlooking the Main River and is one of the main attractions of the city. The fortress is a picturesque structure, featuring two main buildings and two towers. The buildings are covered in stucco and have distinctive red and yellow roofs. The walls of the castle are filled with historical reliefs, which tell stories of past events. Inside the castle, visitors can find a chapel, a dovecot, a cistern, and a well. The inner grounds feature historic and modern statues, archways, and a stunning view of the city. The castle is open to visitors throughout the year, with the exception of public holidays.