There is a second palace in Würzburg, called: The Residenz.
The Schönborn Bishop-Princes of Würzburg lived and hosted lavish gatherings in this building during the 18th-century. Below is a small portion of a large ceiling fresco on the grand staircase. The painting is 7200 sq ft, and was painted over 3 years by the Italian painter Giovanni Battista Tiepolo. It was painted in the popular style of the Italian rococo rather than in the german tradition. The scene depicts the artist’s representation of the seven continents.
Balthasar Neumann, was the architect of the Residenz and designed the palace in a Baroque architectural style. Würzburg was his home for a portion of his life. The Residenz is a notable work for both the architect and painter. However, it was mentioned a few times during the audio-tour that Napoleon and his companion stayed one night in the grandest room of the Residenz.