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Residenz Ansbach (Ansbach Residence), also known as Markgrafenschloß, is a palace in Ansbach, Germany where St. Gumbertus and St. Johannis are also located. It was the government seat of the Margrave of Brandenburg-Ansbach. Today it is the administrative seat of the government of Middle Franconia. The Great Hall and the Orangerie in its garden serve as venues for the biennial music festival Bachwoche Ansbach.
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Ansbach or Anspach (originally Onolzbach) is a town steeped in history located in Bavaria, Germany. Its historical center was spared from destruction during World War II allowing today's visitors to enjoy its wonderful baroque buildings.
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