The sound of music was filmed by the Archbishop of the year, who built a garden for his lover. He also visited a large number of buildings such as the church he was in charge of, which showed that he had a high position of authority. There are also two places where Mozart was born and lived. This money and material, building, constantly changing the owner, and those who own them, painstakingly, enjoyed, and left. The so-called cold and warm self-knowledge. I have also been here, touching the vicissitudes of time and space.
Salzburg's famous tourist attractions, at the foot of the hill where the castle is located, are located in a busy downtown, and many visitors come every day. Mozart's birthplace is a yellow building with an Austrian flag facing him from an arched entrance into a small courtyard. The building feels a little like an old-fashioned apartment building. In the courtyard are tourist souvenir shops, cafes, and chocolate gift shops with Mozart's head.
Mozart's former residence is in Salzburg. Walking around the old city, visiting Mozart Square, Mozart's former residence and the food alley, walking through the chain on both sides of the bridge full of lover's locks, strolling through the Palace and Garden of Mirabel, where the sound of music film captures the scene...
Salzburg/Salzburg visited Mozart's former residence and his birthplace. Never touching classical music, I was attracted by the introduction of Mozart. Suddenly, I had a strong desire to learn to listen when I went back! Look, Salzburg's cultural tourism has achieved its goal! [Smile] [Strong] At night, I stayed in a small four-star hotel named Mozart. The whole Mozart theme [Bad Laughter] This kind of small hotel in Europe is low-key, warm and delicate. It's still very good! ____________
We arrived in Salzburg before sunset. Salzburg is an ancient architectural resort of Baroque, with a small area and numerous churches. The beautiful Sals River divides Salzburg into two parts: the new city and the old city. Salzburg is beautifully decorated with its distinctive, historic steeple churches and monasteries, tree-lined gardens and various fountains. It is also the birthplace of Mozart.
On January 27, 1756, Mozart was born in a six-storey beige building. On the outer wall between the third and fourth floors, there are large white artistic characters "Mozart's birthplace" and a long Austrian flag hanging upstairs, from the sixth floor to the second floor.
In fact, when you come here, you can not only feel the photograph, but also the more sad the price is compared with the domestic price.
Mozart's birthplace is a must-see attraction in Salzburg. The former residence of a great musician can tell many of his stories.