Every town had a public square (which wasn’t always square.) Most had quaint little cafes or shops around them. Flanking the Sternplatz in Wurzburg, near the fountain with the statues of the nymph and the satyr (faun), was a very modern, multi-level building, all glass. Standing on some of the floors, looking out, were what seemed at first glance to be shoppers.
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