Residenzgalerie, Salzburg

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At Residenzgalerie, view works by Rembrandt, Carel Fabritius, and Carlo Saraceni in the art gallery, see the cathedral's interior from the organ gallery, and explore the museum's valuable displays of church vestments, gold, and silverware. In the residence section, gain an appreciation for the wealth acquired thanks to the region's lucrative salt trade. Take a closer look at the sumptuous furnishings, tapestries, stucco ceilings, paintings, plasterwork, ecclesiastical robes, and porcelain as you pass through the state rooms of the city's prince archbishops. Be sure to rent an audio guide for comprehensive explanations of the various collections within the residence. By using our Salzburg trip planner , you can arrange your visit to Residenzgalerie and other attractions in Salzburg.
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  • This gallery was commissioned by the powerful (archbishops and Princes) in the late 18th century to house their art collections. Today the Museum has good works of European painting, specifically medieval French, Flemish, and Austrian, with a few jewel-like paintings by Rubens (satyr and girl), or Bruegel the elder (the artist's mother). Not one of the first in Europe for overall artistic value, this good picture gallery within the Dom visit Quartier tour ...
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  • Tour of this Palace is definitely recommended. Beautiful baroque rooms. Also immediate access to the dom.
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  • We went in to the Domquatier via the cathedral using our Salzberg card ( which is great and well worth the price) but it was later on in the afternoon so we didn't have time to see everything. Having ...  more »
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  • 1595 Di Qu • fan·laitingrui Archbishop ordered the construction, lived as Archbishop's residence. This is a huge construction group, which includes 180 rooms and 3 large gardens, with its magnificent baroque garden. Once upon a time of ceremonial halls collected from 16-19th century European paintings of the artist's many baroque style, is now the Residenzgalerie Salzburg (Salzburg residence gallery the residence).
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  • 順著建築前進,可以找到登薩爾斯堡的纜車站。
  • The Salzburg residence, was the former building of the Salzburg Prince archbishops and clarified their sacred and secular power. A wonderful Museum, it should not be missed when visiting Salzburg.
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