Schallmoos Salzburg, Austria Festungsgasse looking towards the vernicular rail up to the Hohensalzburg Fortress #architecture Chapter Square Salzburg, Austria While you walk towards to fortress from Chapter Square, take a look at people playing oversized chess game..
DomQuartier Salzburg The DomQuartier Salzburg was the seat of power from which the city’s prince-archbishops expanded their influence over the region. The blend of architecture, secular beauty and sacred splendor on display makes the DomQuartier a competence center for baroque history north of the Alps.
Visit the Folklore Museum in Salzburg The Hellbrunner Monatsschlösschen, which was built in 1615 for Archbishop Markus Sittikus - as its name suggests - within the record time of only a month, today houses the folklore museum of Salzburg's Carolino Augusteum Museum.
The Franciscan Church (German: Franziskanerkirche) is one of the oldest churches in Salzburg, Austria. The church is located at the intersection of Franziskanergasse and Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse opposite the Franciscan Friary in the Altstadt section of the city. The first church on this site was erected in the eighth century.
The Large Festival Hall (Grosses Festspielhaus) in Hofstallgasse was built from 1956 to 1960 to plans by the architect, Clemens Holzmeister. It is one of the Salzburg Festival's most impressive venues. The Festival's high society encounters onlookers and a flock of international photographers outside its doors each year as luxury cars line up on the "golden" pavement in Hofstallgasse.
Hohensalzburg Fortress is enthroned on the Festungsberg, high above the rooftops of the Baroque historical district. The biggest fully preserved castle in Central Europe, this emblem of Salzburg draws millions of tourists to our “City of Mozart” every year.
The Judengasse is a narrow lane in the Old Town or Altstadt of Salzburg. It is an extension of the Getreidegasse and links the Alter Markt square with the Waagplatz square. The Judengasse is a shopping lane full of expensive boutiques and among the most touristy corners of Salzburg.
The Kapitelplatz is a square in the Old Town (Altstadt) of Salzburg, situated right next to the Salzburger Dom cathedral and extending towards the Fortress. It is one of the biggest Baroque squares in Salzburg; the Kapitelplatz is well-known for the Kapitelschwemme, a Baroque horse well that is covered in a separate article.
The Keltenmuseum in Hallein near Salzburg contains major discoveries from the La Tene period of the Iron Age which come from burials in the area surrounding the nearby Hallein Salt Mine (Salzbergwerk Dürrnberg), at Dürrnberg.The Museum was founded in 1882 and was housed in the Bürgerspital. In 1930 it was moved into the Rathaus and from 1952 occupied a gateway of the town or stadt's ...
Mirabell Palace looks back on a colorful history. Today, Mirabell Palace is home to municipal offices as well as those of the mayor of Salzburg. Mirabell Gardens – Baroque pleasure gardens in the heart of the city. Mirabell Gardens were completely redesigned under archbishop Johann Ernst von Thun in 1690.
Mirabell Palace and Angel Staircase: daily from 8 am-6 pm. Marble Hall: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 8 am-4 pm, Tuesday, Friday: 1 pm-4 pm - No visit in case of special occasions. Admission free. The other rooms house the municipal council and therefore not open to the public. Mirabell Gardens: daily from approx. 6 am to dusk.
Opened in 2004, the Mönchsberg site of the Museum der Moderne sits on the mountain from which it takes its name, overlooking the old city of Salzburg. The building was designed by Friedrich Hoff Zwink architects and connects seamlessly with a neighbouring 19th-century water tower.
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A recently renovated panorama in the heart of Salzburg takes viewers back to 1829 in 360 degrees of lovingly painted history. Johann Sattler, an esteemed panorama artist, painted the impressive panorama that now sits in the aptly named Panorama Museum Salzberg, over three years in the 1820s.
Andräkirche Church: Kirche St. Andrä The Andräkiche or Kirche St. Andrä is a neo-Gothic church on Mirabellplatz square, facing the palace of Mirabell. The Andräkirche is a plain building that normally does not attract an awful lot of attention from locals.
Of its numerous churches, the cathedral is Salzburg’s most important sacred building. With its mighty dome and two towers, it leaves its own distinctive, and absolutely impressive stamp on the city skyline. When we gaze upon the cathedral with open eyes, we discover many surprising and exciting details.
The Salzburg Museum has garnered numerous awards, an institution with its own unique character housed within the magnificently restored Neue Residenz. Aside from aesthetic presentations and valuable art objects, a number of multimedia installations also invite visitors to marvel and learn.
The Salzburg Residenz Palace is a true gem in the midst of Salzburg old town. It merges unique architecture and almost extravagantly furnished venues, which make the former palace complex of the Salzburg sovereigns one of the most magnificent event locations today.
Salzburg Zoo is committed to keeping the animals in a habitat that is as near-natural as possible. The characteristics of the different habitats blend beautifully with the landscape features of Hellbrunn itself: from imposing rock faces to hilly riparian countryside.
The Salzburg Open-Air Museum awaits you with 100 authentic and original historical buildings rebuilt on the museum grounds, telling tales of historic farming, trades, rural crafts and manufacturing. Take time to set off for a stroll through the past and dip deep into the rural history of Salzburg over the past six centuries.
Schloss Klessheim in Salzburg Schloss Klessheim is a Baroque palace located in Wals-Siezenheim, 4 km (2.5 mi) west of Salzburg, Austria. The palace was designed and constructed by Austrian architect Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach for Prince-Archbishop Johann Ernst von Thun in 1700.