Salzburg, Austria - Top Things to See and Do in Salzburg
Salzburg is definitely one of the most beautiful and fascinating cities in Austria! It’s a small city with a big heritage, which is well-known as the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and the setting for the popular film “The Sound of Music”. This city on the River Salzach looks back on a long history as a metropolis of the arts, music and culture. Its picturesque old town was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1996/1997 and millions of tourists come every year to see this wonderful city. Here's what you need to know about the best attractions and things to do in Salzburg: 1. Mirabell Palace and Gardens (Mirabellgarten), 2. Hohensalzburg Fortress (Festung Hohensalzburg), 3. Mozart’s Birthplace & Museum (Mozarts Geburtshaus), 4. Mozart's Residence (Mozarts Wohnhaus), 5. Residence Square (Residenzplatz), 6. Getreidegasse Shopping Street, 7. The Amphibious Bus, 8. Alter Markt Square (the Old Marketplace), 9. Café Fürst (Salzburg must see café and home of the Mozart Balls), 10. Salzburg Cathedral (Dom zu Salzburg), 11. Salzburg’s Holiday Festivals, 12. St. Peter’s Cemetery & Catacombs, 13. Farmer’s Market, 14. Untersberg mountain, 15. Salzburg Museum / New Residence, 16. Museum of Modern Art, 17. Food and Drink
Of course there are many more things to see and do in this beautiful Austrian City.
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Salzburg Natural History museum
A quick look at what can seen in the Salzburg Natural History Museum which can be visited using the Salzburg Card. It has an excellent collection of reptiles and fish - some of which I will post over the next few months!
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Salzburg Museum Modeling and Texturing with Autodesk ImageModeler
This video shows a 3D model created from photographs, using Autodesk ImageModeler, modeling and photogrammetry software. This project was part of the Digital Cities initiative, and the model shows the interior of the Salzburg Museum, Austria. Photographs of the rooms of the museum were modeled and textured with Autodesk ImageModeler, from eight panoramas created with Autodesk Stitcher Unlimited software. Animation and rendering were achieved using Autodesk Maya software.
Haus der Natur-Museum für Natur und Technik-Salzburg-Full HD 1080p
Ein kurzer Auszug,was es im Haus der Natur alles zu sehen gibt.
Mozart Museum in Salzburg
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is considered to be one of the greatest composers of all time. He was born in 1756 in a house in the old historical center of Salzburg. The family lived in this house for some 26 years, which is now a museum. Sue and I had a chance to visit the museum during one of our days in Salzburg.
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Sonata No 15 in C Major written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Salzburg: Mozart's Birthplace and House [Romanza from Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major, K.467]
A Musical Tour of the City of Mozart
With music by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
In 1747 Leopold Mozart married and with his wife rented third-floor rooms from Johann Lorenz Hagenauer at No. 9 Getreidegasse. It was here that their seven children were born, the two surviving Maria Anna in 1751 and Wolfgang Amadeus in 1756. The family lived in these very modest quarters until 1773, and during their tour to Paris and London from 1763 to 1766, we learn much of their journey from letters Leopold Mozart wrote to his landlord. The apartment is now a museum preserving family portraits and instruments belonging to Mozart. The former include the unfinished portrait of Mozart painted by his brother-in-law Joseph Lange in 1789, with paintings of Mozart as a child. The instruments include Mozart's Anton Walter fortepiano, bought and used in Vienna, his clavichord, and a violin from his childhood, with a later concert instrument. In 1773 the family moved to the present No. 8 Makartplatz, the so-called Tanzmeisterhaus (Dancing Master House). The building was largely destroyed in an air-raid in 1944, but has been restored, and now houses an exhibition of Mozart memorabilia. The house was originally owned by dancing-masters and used for balls and receptions. Mozart lived here with his parents until he finally left Salzburg in 1781. Leopold Mozart died there in 1787. The exhibition includes the oil painting of the family by Johann Nepomuk della Croce, with a portrait of Mozart's mother, who had died in Paris in 1778. The painting dates from 1780 or early 1781.
Music Mozart: Romanza from Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major, K.467
Mozart entered the Piano Concerto in C major, K.467, into his catalogue of compositions with the date 9th March 1785. It was performed by the composer in the fifth of the Lenten subscribtion concerts he had organized at the Mehlgrube on 11th March, the day after a concert at the Burgtheater for which he had used his new fortepiano with an added pedal-board. His father reported that this instrument was always being taken out of the house, either to the Mehlgrube or to an aristocratic salon for concerts which formed a major element in Mozart's life in Vienna. The slow movement, music of great beauty, has become very familiar since its use in the film Elvira Madigan.
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Salzburg || 2017 || The Formula cars and the flying bulls.
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Salzburg Fortress Hohensalzburg
Salzburg Fortress: Salzburg’s most important attraction is castle on the hill…You do not want to miss a visit to this citadel, which is claimed to be the largest and best-preserved medieval castle in Europe. It is not enough to just simply look at it from down below -- you need to go up and walk through the grounds, and perhaps pay the admission to visit inside on a guided tour. Called the Hohensalzburg Fortress, this castle is so big that it feels like you are walking through a medieval village -- one of those spectacular old walled towns, with courtyards, neighborhoods and different types of buildings scattered about. The existing castle was begun in the 11th century and still retains this feeling of the ages. It was originally built as a refuge for the archbishops who sided with the Pope in church battles against the princes of South Germany. These archbishops ruled Salzburg for 1,000 years, using the tremendous wealth they mined from the salt deposits to build a city unlike any other, full of churches, palaces and mansions by the best designers and builders of each era. The castle was frequently enlarged and remodeled, becoming a comfortable residence for the bishops and their court. Construction finally was finished by the end of the 17th century, with the addition of towers, staterooms, bastions for cannons and barbicans, and the construction of magazines and arms depots. All together, the complex we see today took six hundred years to build. You can see exhibits about the various archbishops and the history of the region inside the castle museum, which also has plans and prints showing the growth of Salzburg, and a military museum with suits of armor and ancient weapons. Inside you will also see the intricate Gothic wood-carvings and ornamental paintings that decorate the Golden Hall and the Golden Chamber. Many evenings there are chamber music concerts here that take advantage of the excellent acoustics and small size of the Princess Room.
Gorgeous Cathedral in Salzburg Austria - DomQuartier Salzburg
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Exploring Austria: The string puppets museum in Salzburg (Welt der Marionetten)
Exploring Austria: The string puppets museum in Salzburg (Welt der Marionetten - World of String Puppets)
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Salzburg Museum. Neue Residenz
Im Salzburg Museum in der prachtvoll renovierten Neuen Residenz am Mozartplatz bilden wertvolle Kunstobjekte, ästhetische Präsentation, interessante Inhalte und multimediale Installationen ein harmonisches Ganzes. Das Salzburg Museum ist der Beweis dafür, dass ein modernes Museum informativ und gleichzeitig unterhaltsam sein kann. Für dieses gelungene Konzept wurde das Salzburg Museum mit dem Europäischen Museumspreis 2009 und dem Österreichischen Museumspreis 2007 ausgezeichnet.
Excursion To Wonderful Doll Museum In Salzburg, Austria
The biggest collection of toys in Austria is presented in the Toy Museum in Salzburg. Let’s follow the story of the evolution of European children's amusements for the last 250 years. In this museum you escape from real life and see the doll life in miniature: dolls themselves with their families, their accessories, furniture, rooms and even whole apartments and doll shops are represented here. A lot of dolls are made of different natural materials: porcelain, wood etc. Each of them is ready to tell you their own story.
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I visit Red Bull's Hangar 7 in Salzburg, Austria where they keep a huge selection of their Formula 1 cars.
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