Kitzingen is a small town surrounded by vineyards in the heart of Germany's largest wine-producing region. The wine at local restaurants is obviously superb.

The town's main landmark is the Leaning Tower, which was built in the 13th century and has a distinctive crooked roof. According to local legend, the workers used wine instead of water to make the mortar during a drought, which resulted in a faulty foundation.

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