The people’s city centre in Salzburg is the perfect spot to find all the historical buildings around this city. Famous as a city of Mozart, you can find his statue here as well as the museum dedicated for him #happynewyear #austria
From the food alley to the castle fortress, you will pass through many of the main attractions of the Old Town, and the Episcopal Palace Square is one of them. As soon as you arrive at the square, the most eye-catching line is the neat row of carriages, waiting for guests to travel around. The old carriages are surrounded by medieval architecture and look very imposing and very European.
The Episcopal Palace Square is a large square located in the heart of the old town of Salzburg, Austria, close to the Salzburg Cathedral, the Mozart Square and the Salzburg Fortress. It is considered one of the most popular attractions in Salzburg. In the middle of the Episcopal Palace Square is a huge Baroque fountain "Residenzbrunnen", built in marble and considered to be the largest Baroque fountain in Central Europe. On the west side of the
bishop's palace square is the old bishop's palace, to the east is the new bishop's palace, to the south is the Salzburg Cathedral, and to the north is the old private residence. To the northeast is Mozart Square, the most central part of Salzburg's Old Town as a world cultural heritage, and a must-see for tourists.
The Salzburg Cathedral is the Salzburg Cathedral. Walking in the old town, it is easy to see that most of the streets are narrow, but it is very wide near the Episcopal Church. The bishop was determined after the influence of the architectural style of the Italian church. When we visited, we met the locals for worship, so there were no internal photos. The interior of the church is splendid and grand and solemn, and the choir's magnificent singing echoes for a long time because of the tall Baroque dome inside. Looking at the expression of everyone's prayer, the power of spiritual belief speaks for itself. We deliberately sat on the bench next to it and saw it. The sun shines through the small window at the top, and a glazed glaze is sprinkled on the ground. The thin light column forms the phenomenon of Tyndall, and the dust and ash are faintly visible. The camera was put aside, and the eyes and nose looked at the heart. This way, the heart has never been so quiet.
In addition, there are versatile street performers everywhere in the Bishop's Square. The charm of music makes the children stop and look back. I love this picture.