Salzburg cathedral - UNESCO World Heritage Site

Salzburg Cathedral – UNESCO World Heritage Site

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Salzburg Cathedral, Domplatz, Salzburg, Avstrija

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Salzburg cathedral Salzburg Cathedral dominates the historical centre of the city with its prominent, two-towered facade and mighty structure. The baroque sites that surround it form a unique stage used for festivals and recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. Today’s cathedral had two medieval predecessors, the remains of which can be viewed in the crypt. The first cathedral was consecrated by St Vergilius in 774.Continue Reading

St Peter's Abbey Salzburg

St Peter’s Abbey Salzburg

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Stiftskirche Sankt Peter Salzburg, Sankt-Peter-Bezirk, Salzburg, Avstrija

St Peter’s abbey Salzburg, as the oldest monastery in the German-speaking world, looks back on an unbroken continuity in the heart of Salzburg’s old town. Since the year 696, monks have been living, praying and working here. Here you will find one of the most atmospheric graveyards of Europe (featured in “The Sound of Music”, but only re-built in a studio in California), with graves of Salzburg′s aristocracy. The library of St.Continue Reading

St Stephen's Cathedral Vienna

St Stephen’s Cathedral Vienna

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St. Stephen's Cathedral, Stephansplatz, Dunaj, Avstrija

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St Stephen’s Cathedral Vienna is the symbol of Vienna. Construction commenced in the 12th century. Today, it is one of the most important Gothic structures in Austria. With almost three million visitors to Vienna a year. St Stephen’s Cathedral Vienna is the number one attraction in the city: Tours in and around the Cathedral feature plenty of worthwhile things to see and lots of interesting information.Continue Reading


Mariazell Basilica in Austria and Flights to Mariazell

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Mariazell Basilica, Benedictus-Platz, Mariazell, Avstrija

8.00-18.00 weekdays - Sunday 18.30

It is a site of pilgrimage for Catholics from Austria and neighboring countries to its east. The object of veneration is an image of the Virgin Mary reputed to work miracles, carved in lime-tree wood. With inhabitants numbering only 2000, one can nevertheless assume over one million pilgrims and visitors will come to Mariazell annually.Continue Reading