A long-distance trade center crossed by many routes and trails, it has a well-developed industry and education institutions.
According to some (not very reliable) sources, Vengerberg had been founded by Prince Venger in the 8th or 9th century, and became the seat of power of Aedirnian monarchs, like the famous Baldwin of Aedirn.
Sometime in the 13th century, a pogrom erupted in the city against nonhumans. Yennefer of Vengerberg was involved, and saved the lives of Molnar Giancardi and his family, for which they repaid her for many years with donations.
Second Northern War
During the Invasion of Dol Angra in July 1267, Vengerberg had been ransacked and almost all of its inhabitants and garrison were slaughtered by Nilfgaardians and Scoia'tael. After the war, the city slowly began to regain its position.
- Royal Castle
- Vivaldi Bank (branch)
- Yennefer's shop which sells magical beauty creams and oils
- Numerous dyeworks, manufactures of wool and textiles, malt mills and distilleries
Vengerberg is one of main location in the board game. It is marked with the symbol of witcher sign "Quen" .
Surrounded by high mountains in the west, north and east, its northern road leads to Ellander (northwest) and Dol Blathanna (northeast), while its southern route are directed to Rivia. Track straight north from the city leads to ruins of Shaerrawedd.
- In The Witcher, the city is presented on the world map as a city built on elven ruins, but Andrzej Sapkowski never said this in his books. The city could also have been built on dwarven foundation or simply by humans from scratch.
- In The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings, the city is mentioned during Chapter II.
- The demonym is "Vengerberger".