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Würzburg Capital of Lower Franconia, Bavaria, on the River Main, w central Germany. Made an episcopal see by St Boniface in 741, the city was secularized by the Treaty of Lunéville in 1801, and annexed to Bavaria two years later. It is the heart of a wine-producing region. Pop. (1998) 126,392.