Mainz is a historic city on the Rhine River in western Germany. It’s known for its Romanesque cathedral, the Gutenberg Museum, its annual wine festival and as the birthplace of Johannes Gutenberg, who invented the printing press. The city is also home to the headquarters of the Bundesbank, Germany’s central bank. The Romanesque Cathedral of St. Martin, with its ornate facade, is the city’s most famous landmark. The museum complex commemorates Johannes Gutenberg, who was born in Mainz in 1400.