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Shepherd Entertainment takes you on a tour of Salzburg in Austria, which is rich in history and culture (Part 3/6).
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Visit Salzburg in Austria Part 3/6
In Salzburg, the unforgettable tunes of the magic flute, the Marriage of Figaro, the Abduction from Misseriya are coastly front tune and may resound any place. The name Mozart has lived on since 1890 in a confectionery known all over the world. This is when the confection or power first, first made Nougat, Marzipan Bonbons coated with chocolate, called Mozartkugel. They sold all of Austria in attractive packaging.
On the other side of the salsa, Capucine Mountain invites us at a small excursion, but there are numerous sides waiting on this side of the river also. The altar marked the old open market is a delightful and attractive spot in the old town.
The statue of statue of Saint Florian, standing on a pillar is from 1734. The fountain itself is essentially older. The pawnshop was founded by Count Gyako Plishdensstein. The buildings still displaces code of arms. The old pharmacy in front still takes pride in having its original furnishings.
The main ornament of the residence square is a 15 meter high fountain, which was made by two Italian artists by order of Archbishop Kido Balgraph Ventounen Horstein. The huge gray building block at the residence offers colorful sites to visitors in its place and risk of all court stood as far back as 1120. The present building was also constructed by order of the prince archbishops in the 13th century.
Its conference room was the meeting place of grand dukes and Mozart himself played here. The gate leading to the salsa river was demolished in 1842. This is where the composer’s statue was placed, and the name Saint Michael’s Square was changed to Mozart’s Square.
In digging the base of the statue, a mosaic was found from roman times with the writing - , which means here drowsed happiness. It seems to have been the model of Salzburg ever since.
Around the dome, hand resident square and a Mozart Square, nothing can be a more natural sight than a handsome cab, which is not only in Vienna but also in Salzburg, the favorite means of transportation of tourist in fair whether. The price is quite steep but its atmosphere is unimaginable.