be sure to visit this museum (won't take all that long)--along with Marienburg castle. Highlights are the works of Tilman Riemenschneider, a virtuoso sculptor in wood and stone on the cusp of the renaissance. He was decidedly local and yet transcends such limitations--never mind his jingoistic reception in late 19th to mid 20th century Germany. And don't miss the original rococo garden statuary from Veitshöchheim in their new, quite suggestive display, or some of the exquisite cabinets and other historic furniture. Or course, as a repository of regional history and art, the collection is something of a mixed bag, but it's worth a leisurely stroll at least.
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