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Panorama and kaiserjager museum, Innsbruck
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  • nearby was fought a battle between the Tyroleans led by Andreas Hofer and the franco Bavarians with unexpected victory of the troops of the lander. well-thought Museum you can see a 360 the battle scene where the Tyroleans won another victory on 13 February 1809 (Bavarian, Saxon and French soldiers to 15,000 under General François Joseph Lefebvre faced a somewhat smaller deployment of Schützen under Hofer), after which the same Andreas Hofer settled the Hofburg in Innsbruck as Supreme Commander of the Tyrol. With backdrops depicting Innsbruck to beginning 800 ... beautiful interior rooms from weapons to uniforms ... focused heavily on World War I real trauma of Tyrol and South Austria after it over at the end of the Habsburg monarchy and of his empire the Austria became truly a small nation. can also eat in the restaurant of the complex at fair prices and with good quality food.
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  • The famous panoramic depiction of the legendary battle of Bergisel between the Tyroleans under Andreas Hofer and the French illustrates the drama that has been unfolding at the time. The Kaisers infantry Museum back to life time of old battles under Austrian emperors. Many lovingly asked showpieces will delight all lovers of the "old empire".
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  • This modern building is impressive on its own, never mind the exhibits downstairs. However I found it rather dark and oppressive once downstairs, which is a bit of a disservice to the displays and I d...  more »