The tower and surrounding building above is all that is left of the original Medieval wall that once circled Worms. It is now a museum about the Epic story of the Nibelungenlied.
I read the Medieval Saga on my Kindle in the evening after dinner on the boat. You can read my review here.
This is a wonderful museum that gives the history of this legend of Tristan and the Rhine gold. The reason for the museum in Worms is because legend has it that it was at Worms where the gold was dumped in the Rhine. The museum also has footage of Fritz Lang's silent films, Tristam and Brunhilde and Revenge of Krumhilde.
The following photos are of St. Peter's Cathedral where the edict against Martin Luther was read.
Not far from the Cathedral resides a Medieval Jewish Cemetery.
Part of the wall surrounding the cemetery.
After biking over three hours across dirt roads to get to Worms we then got to bike across cobbled stones as we toured the town. Were my legs tired? Not at all. Was something else a wee bit sore? You don't even know...