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Wittlich is located in the Rhineland-Palatinate State, Germany. The importance of Wittlich is given by the fact that the town is the seat of the Bernkastel-Wittlich District and the center of the area for many municipalities located around it. The population in Wittlich reaches approximately 17,825 inhabitants. The town of Wittlich is a major tourism center, due to its many attractions and events taking place throughout the year.

Top Attractions within Wittlich

The Georg Meistermann Museum is the main provider of cultural and artistic development for the community in Wittlich. It focuses on the representations of modern art, through which the talents and the skills of the local artists are perfectly represented. There are several permanent collections which can be admired in the museum and a variety of temporary exhibits moving through this museum as well as through others.

The Culture and Conference Center is one of the valuable buildings in Wittlich. In the past, the building was the synagogue of the community, but it has been transformed in the multipurpose center in the last years. The initial aspect of the building was maintained in the structure of the center. In addition to this, the heritage of the Jewish community has been maintained with the help of the permanent exhibition about its life in the town.

The Shrovetide Festivities are part of the Fastnach events in Wittlich. These are connected to the days of the Lent each year and are the variant of the pagan celebrations, during which people dress up in various masks and costumes and act on some of the stories of the past and on the heritage cultural beliefs of the community.

The Sow Burner Fair is celebrated in Wittlich and it is the biggest folk festival in the State. The initial phase of the event was established in 1951 and it was a medieval style festival. It is held on the third weekend in August and it is aimed at offering people in or traveling through the region a chance to hear, to understand and to appreciate the special sound of the folk music.