it seems just a few tourists know about this smaal but highly picturesque garden... In the small, but romantic, Lusam Garden (access via Martinstraße) in the northern part of the Neumünster church is the Tomb monument located of minstrel Walther von der Vogelweide, who was allowed by Frederick II to retain his former residence in Würzburg. His last wish was realized in 1930 with the preparation of a new headstone: three stone bowls for water and food for the birds (architect Hugo von Trimberg). The 1180 cloister-wing is an important work in Würzburg of the Hohenstaufen period (Swabian Hohenstaufen House was a Royal House that generated several German kings and emperors in the 12th and 13th century). Ivy entwines with the old arcade row from de11e century (16 arcades with reliefs of Würzburg citizens), flower beds at the entrance and the shade of the trees, invite for some tranquility on its beautiful stone banks.
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