The Würzburg Residence was recognised by UNESCO as World Heritage in 1981. Decorated between 1740 and 1770, with a fine garden laid out between 1765 and 1780, it is one of the most sumptuous of Europe’s Baroque palaces. The Residence is a model of cooperation between artists drawn from many European countries, a ‘synthesis of the European Baroque’. Its originality and ambitious construction make it unique.
11.10.2017 UNESCO technical meeting and International Symposium on"The Future of the Bamiyan Buddha Statues: Technical Considerations and Potential Effects on Authenticity and Outstanding Universal Value”