U.S. Army - Faulenberg barracks

The garrison was constructed from 1876 to 1879 as the Neue Artilleriekaserne (English: New Artillery Barracks), located along Faulenbergstraße (now Nürnberger Straße) near the Würzburg-Bamberg rail lines. It was named after the Faulenberg vineyard, near where it was built. From 1879 until the dissolution of Bavarian Army in 1919, this barracks was home to the Königlich Bayerisches 2. Feldartillerie-Regiment Horn (English: Royal Bavarian 2nd Field Artillery Regiment "Horn") (Thelemann, 1924).[2] After the First World War, the barracks were used until 1939 by the police and later by machine gun troops and communications units of the Wehrmacht. At the end of the Second World War it was occupied by the U.S. Army from 1945 until its closure in 2007. Its use during World War II is undetermined.

Faulenberg Barracks

Shortly after the resolution of barracks

Faulenberg Barracks

3 years after the resolution of barracks

Faulenberg Barracks

within the barracks

Faulenberg Barracks

old storage brick building

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Ansichten von ehemaligen U.S. Army Barracks in Wuerzburg, Kitzingen Schweinfurt,

die in keiner Touristeninformation zu finden sind!

Views of former U.S. Army barracks in Wuerzburg, Kitzingen Schweinfurt,

which are not to be found in any tourist information!


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