Worms is a Rhine River cruise port in Germany. The city has a population of around 85,000 inhabitants (2016 census). It is located in the Rhineland-Palatinate state, some 60 km (40 ml) southwest of Frankfurt. The total area of Worms is 108.73 km2 (41.98 ml2).
Worms was the Kingdom of the Burgundians' capital (5th century). Among its landmarks and attractions are the Wormser Dom (cathedral), Dreifaltigkeitskirche (Protestant church), Pauluskirche 913th century church), Andreaskirche (13th century church), Martinskirche (13th century church), Liebfrauenkirche (15th century church), Lutherdenkmal (monument), Worms Synagogue (11th century), Jewish Museum, the Nibelungen Museum. Worms is also famous with the Liebfraumilch (semi-sweet white wine).
Today Worms fiercely competes with the cities Cologne and Trier for the title "Oldest City in Germany." The city of Worms is the only member from Germany of the Most Ancient European Towns Network. Multimedia Nibelungenmuseum opened in 2001. A yearly festival in front of the Dom, Cathedral of Worms, tries to recapture the pre-Christian period's atmosphere.
In 2010 the synagogue in Worms was firebombed. A Molotov cocktail was thrown at one of the windows and 8 corners of the structure were set ablaze. There were no injuries. Minister-President of Rhineland-Palatinate, Kurt Beck, condemned the attack and promised to mobilize all resources to find the perpetrators.
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