Worms is a town (82,102 inhabitants end 2015) in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, on the Rhine River. Established by the Celts, who called it Borbetomagus, Worms today remains embattled with the cities Trier and Cologne over the title of "Oldest City in Germany." Worms is the only German member of the Most Ancient European Towns Network. Worms is one of the major sites where the early-medieval events reflected in the Nibelungenlied took place. A multimedia Nibelungenmuseum was opened in 2001, and a yearly festival right in front of the Dom, the Cathedral of Worms, attempts to recapture the atmosphere of the pre-Christian period.
Postmarks in Germany
Postmarks in German Empire (1872-1945)
Postmarks in North German Confederation (1868-1871)
Postmarks in Prussia (July- December 1867)
Postmarks of Thurn and Taxis
WORMS, capital of Rheinhessen district, used a Postal code 163.