Attractions from Salzburg

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Hohensalzburg Fortress in Salzburg (Salzburg)
Hohensalzburg is a fortress situated 199 metres above the city. The construction was begun approximately 1000 years ago, but the present size of 30,000 square metres wasn't attained until the 16th century. The reigning arch bishops lived at the fortress, for which reason it is sumptuously furnished.
Mausoleum of Ferdinand II in Graz (Salzburg)
The Mausoleum of Emperor Ferdinand II lies next to the city's cathedral. The building consists of two chapels and a dome and was constructed by Pietro de Pomis (the exterior) and J.B Fischer von Erlach (the interior). The emperor's mother, Maria of Bavaria's sarcophagus stands in the middle of the mausoleum.
Mozarts House in Salzburg (Salzburg)
Mozart's house in Salzburg can be seen in the friendly pedestrian street Getreidegasse. This is where Mozart was born on January 27th, 1756 and where he lived in his early years. Today the house is a museum where some of Mozart's musical instruments and early works are displayed.
Salzburg Cathedral (Salzburg)
Arch bishop Wolf Dietrich was the man behind the construction of the cathedral and the three surrounding squares. In the vestibule is the entrance to the cathedral museum, where you can see an impressive collection of religious art. The cathedral was completed in 1628.

Area and city attractions

• Innsbruck
• Salzburg
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