Panorama (view from cafe Stadtalm on the Mönchsberg to the east)
View from the Kapuzinerberg (east of the Salzach) to the west
The river Salzach with the pedestrian bridge Makartsteg, right behind the Protestant church Christuskirche and in the background on the left the catholic chruch Maria Himmelfahrt, heiliger Augustinus, heiliger Alexius von Rom
The railings of the footbridge Makartsteg are littered with love padlocks of tourists from all over the world
In the background Castle Hohensalzburg, in the foreground Salzburg Cathedral with the characteristic green dome
Castle Hohensalzburg ( (view from cafe Stadtalm)
View of castle hohensalzburg through the battlements of the Falkenzwinger on Eduard-Richter-Höhe
Part of the fortress on the Mönchsberg, photographed in the blue hour
Castle Hohensalzburg (view from the east bank of the river)
On the east bank of the Salzach the Giselakay is located. Along this boulevard city villas of wealthy citizens and numerous institutions are lined up
View from the pedestrian bridge Mozartsteg to the Capuchin Monastery on the Kapuzinerberg
View of the nocturnal Salzach from the bridge Staatsbrücke to the west. At the top left you can see the Museum of Modern Art
Millwheel of the bakery St. Peter (oldest bread bakery of Salzburg), above: castle Hohensalzburg
The catacombs in the rockface above the cemetery Petersfriedhof were early Christian refuge and meeting place. They date back to late antiquity
The catacombs in the rockface above the cemetery Petersfriedhof were early Christian refuge and meeting place. They date back to late antiquity
Statue on a grave in the cemetery Petersfriedhof
Peristyle around the cemetery Sebastiansfriedhof
In the town of "Jedermann" (a play that is traditionally performed every year as part of the Salzburg Festival), the skull is the symbol of the transience of man
Nave of the Salzburg Cathedral
One of several side altars of the Salzburg Cathedral
From red-skirt to red-skirt ...
In the streets of the town, numerous cozy cafes and restaurants await visitors
In many restaurants the prices are high and the quality of the food is low. Not so in this restaurant. I can recommend it.
Anyone who has money will find all the major brands in Salzburg.
In the shop windows much kitsch for tourists is offered. Here, a plastic Mozart eyed suspiciously Mozart ducklings.
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