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Panorama pictures were all the rage in the 19th century. As noted elsewhere, there are larger ones still existing (I would totally recommend the Gettysburg and Waterloo ones), but this little gem has so much detail it is a real treat! I agree with reviewer...More
We were expecting impressive interactive vistas of the city. Instead it was a limited exhibition about great fires in the city and their consequences.
The exhibition space was on the petite side, covering somewhat confined areas on two levels.
A number of interesting paintings of...More
Okay, I might make fun of of this attraction for just being a really big painting, but 1) It's REALLY big, like so big; it's fun to see all the little detailed buildings and people and livestock, and to try to identify places you've been...More
We were the only people at this museum on this particular day. In our opinion it is one of the best that we have ever visited. The panorama of Salzburg in about 1829 and the restoration work on it was brilliant. The displays of the...More
The painting was cool to see! When I was there, there was a superinteresting exhibition about UNESCO in Salzburg and what it meant for the city and how the world heritage list place had impact on urban developments. This was supernice to read/see!
I went here as a bit of an add-on: my wife told me I would like it. I assumed I wouldn't and went anyway. It was really cool. I like art and detail, and love the large vistas and Salzburg so this was right up...More
If you are interested in seeing how a city developed from time to time, make sure you stop by. There lots of painting and pictures of Salzburg in different eras. The most important part is the panorama painting, which is magnificent. It is impresisve to...More