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Mozartplatz 1, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
Visit the Panorama Museum Salzburg, which shows Salzburg around the year 1829, and then discover today's Salzburg on a classic city tour.
The Panorama Museum Salzburg houses the circular painting by Johann Michael Sattler, which shows a panoramic view of the city of Salzburg and its surroundings around the year 1829. It is a realistic drawing, showing the view from the Hohensalzburg Fortress on the town of Salzburg and has inspired viewers since the Biedermeier period.
After a visit to the Panorama Museum, discover with a professional guide if and how the city has changed since then. Stroll along the Residence Square with the famous Residence fountain. Three times a day music can be heard from the Salzburg Glockenspiel and the Residence reminds of the pompous time of the prince archbishops. See the Salzburg Cathedral, the Benedictine monastery of St. Peter, the Salzburg Festival Hall and the University of Salzburg. Visit the farmer's market at the University Square, pass by the birthplace of Mozart in the Getreidegasse and enjoy fantastic views on the fortress Hohensalzburg from the Mirabell Garden.
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