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~1.29 miles from Niederalm city center
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City Centre Anif
~1.58 miles from Niederalm city center
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Hellbrunn Palace (Schloss Hellbrunn)
~2.44 miles from Niederalm city center
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Hellbrunn Palace (German: Schloss Hellbrunn) is an early Baroque villa of palatial size, near Morzg, a southern district of the city of Salzburg, Austria. It was built in 1613-19 by Markus Sittikus von Hohenems, Prince-Archbishop of Salzburg, and named for the "clear spring" that supplied it. Hellbrunn was only meant for use as a day residence in summer, as the Archbishop usually returned to Salzburg in the evening. Therefore, there is no bedroom in Hellbrunn.The schloss is also famous for its jeux d'eau ("watergames") in the grounds, which are a popular tourist attraction in the summer months. These games were conceived by Markus Sittikus, a man with a keen sense of humour, as a series of practical jokes to be performed on guests. Notable features include stone seats around a stone di...
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~3.62 miles from Niederalm city center
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Leopoldskron Palace is the most beautiful rococo building in the Salzburg region. It was built in 1731 by Archbishop Leopold Count Firmian as a residence for his family. After 1837, when the Firmian family sold the estate, the building changed owners many times. Leopoldskron was a gallery, then became property of a landlord, and even the King of Bavaria can be found under the list of owners.When famous writer Max Reinhardt, founder of the Salzburg Festival, bought it in 1918, it was in sad condition. Reinhardt renovated it, however, to its original beauty and used its garden for theater performances. Since 1958, Leopoldskron Palace has been owned by the "Salzburg Seminar in American Studies", an institution that focuses on economy problems.Leopoldskron Palace was one of the most import...
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Upper Bavarian Alps and Lakes
~4.17 miles from Niederalm city center
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The Untersberg is a mountain massif of the Berchtesgaden Alps that straddles the border between Berchtesgaden, Germany and Salzburg, Austria.The mountain is popular with tourists due to its proximity to the city of Salzburg: less than 16 km (10 mi) to the north and within easy reach by bus. Trails lead to the top, but most people use the cable car that lifts passengers over 1300m to the Geiereck peak.The first recorded ascent was in the first half of the 12th century, by Eberwein, a member of the Augustinian monastery at Berchtesgaden.The mountain lends its name to an 1829 opera, Der Untersberg, by Johann Nepomuk (1783–1865), Baron of Poissl, and has inspired a series of works by German artist Stephan Hess.
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Festung Hohensalzburg Fortress
~4.80 miles from Niederalm city center
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Hohensalzburg Castle (Festung Hohensalzburg, literally "High Salzburg Fortress" in German) is a castle in the Austrian city of Salzburg. It sits on Festungsberg hill. With a length of 250 meters and a width of 150 meters, it is one of the largest medieval castles in Europe.Construction of the fortress began in 1077 under Archbishop Gebhard von Helfenstein. This original design was just a basic bailey with a wooden wall. In Salzburg, the Archbishops were powerful political figures, and they expanded the castle to protect their interests. The Investiture Controversy influenced the expansion of the castle, with the Salzburg Archbishops taking the side of the Pope. The castle was gradually expanded during the following centuries. The ring walls and towers were built in 1462 under Burkhard ...
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~4.81 miles from Niederalm city center
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Nonnberg Abbey is a Benedictine monastery in Salzburg, Austria.It was founded ca. 714 by Saint Rupert of Salzburg and is the oldest women's religious house in the German-speaking world. Its first abbess was Saint Erentrudis of Salzburg, who was either a niece or a sister of Saint Rupert.The abbey's endowment was provided by Theodebert, Duke of Bavaria, and augmented by Emperor Henry II, who was also Duke of Bavaria.The abbey was independent of the founding house from 987 and was re-built in about 1000. This building was largely destroyed in a fire of 1423. Reconstruction took place between 1464 and 1509. In 1624 the church was enlarged by the addition of three side chapels. A refurbishment in the Baroque style took place in the 1880s.Through Maria Augusta Kutschera, later Maria A...
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St. Peter's Church
~4.90 miles from Niederalm city center
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The Romanesque building still in use today was dedicated in 1147. One of the orgues had been built on the rood screen in 1444 by Heinrich Traxdorf of Mainz. The interior, already re-modelled several times, was refurbished in the Rococo style between 1760 and 1782 under Abbot Beda Seeauer by Franz Xaver König, Lorenz Härmbler, Johann Högler, Benedikt Zöpf and others.In the cemetery are buried Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's sister, Nannerl, and Joseph Haydn's brother, Johann Michael Haydn.
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~4.98 miles from Niederalm city center
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The Salzburg Cathedral (German: Salzburger Dom) is a 17th century baroque cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Salzburg in the city of Salzburg, dedicated to Saint Rupert of Salzburg.It is the site of Mozart's baptism.
|#10 of 28 Things To Do in Niederalm|
~5.01 miles from Niederalm city center
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St. Francis Church (Franziskanerkirche)
~5.02 miles from Niederalm city center
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The Franziskanerkirche is located at the end of Sigmund-Haffner-Gasse, corner Franzikanergasse and connected to the Residenz Castle. The origin of the current church is unclear, but probably lies in the time of St. Virgil, who might have used the church for baptisms. There is record of a parish church on the site from 1139, but this building was destroyed in a fire in 1167. The main nave of the current Franziskanerkirche was built in late-Romanesque style in the early 13th century and therefore, it is among the oldest buildings in Salzburg. The main gate facing Siegmund-Haffner-Gasse was decorated in Baroque style around 1700. On the right side of the gate you can see a stone-carved hand that is held in a position like swearing an ore - there are two stories connected to this hand. The...
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~5.03 miles from Niederalm city center
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Surrounded by the Residenzplatz, the Waagplatz and the Kaigasse the most famous son of Salzburg, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, watches over his own square in the centre of the city. The Mozart statue that gave the square its name was erected in 1842. During the excavations for the monument, the workers found old Roman mosaics. Engraved on these was an ancient Roman text: "Hic habitas felicitas, nihil intret mali. - Here lives fortune, no evil shall ever pass this place." The building that Mozart turns his back on is the home that the cathedral architect Santino Solari built for himself.
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~5.12 miles from Niederalm city center
Hotels Close to Riedenburg
Riedenburg is a town in the district of Kelheim, in Bavaria, Germany. It is situated on the river Altmühl, 16 km (10 mi) northwest of Kelheim and 29 km (18 mi) northeast of Ingolstadt.
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Mozart's Birthplace (Mozarts Geburtshaus)
~5.14 miles from Niederalm city center
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The birthplace of the famous composer displays numerous musical artifacts from his early childhood.Attraction type: Historic home, Specialty museum, Museumarchiv@mozarteum.atAddress: Getriedegasse 9 Salzburg 5020 AustriaTel: 43 662 844 313Fax: 43 662 84 06 93
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~5.26 miles from Niederalm city center
Hotels Close to Kapuzinerberg
Kapuzinerberg is a hill on the eastern bank of Salzach river in Salzburg, Salzburgerland, Austria.It's elevated 640 meters above sea level.It is home to a Capucines cloister built in 1599-1605 on the site of a medieval fortress. Earliest human settlements on the eastern slope of Kapuzinerberg date back to neolithic period. Two prehistoric settlements on site of the cloister date back to 1000 B.C.
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Museum Carolino Augusteum
~5.28 miles from Niederalm city center
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Traveler Description: You will find a fascinating collection of art, archaeology and musical instruments in this city museum.Attraction type: History museum, Museumhttp://www.smca.at/haupthaus.htmlAddress: Museumsplatz 6 Salzburg A-5020 AustriaTel: 43-662-841134-0Fax: 0662-620808-220
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~5.32 miles from Niederalm city center
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Mozart Wohnhaus (Mozart's Residence)Of course no visitor to Salzburg can miss the home of the Mozart between 1773 and 1787. Tours include commentary and musical excerpts from handheld devices activated by infrared signals. The house also contains musical instruments, including Mozart’s clavichord, sheet music and other memorabilia of the musical genius. One can rest a little afterward with some coffee at the Mozart Café on the sidewalk.
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Holy Trinity Church (Dreifaltigkeitskirche)
~5.34 miles from Niederalm city center
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The Dreifaltigkeitskirche or Church of the Holy Trinity in the 8th district of Vienna (Josefstadt) is an early-Baroque church generally neglected by tourists. It was built by the "Trinitarian Order", a monastic order that worked towards the liberation of Christians in (usually Muslim) captivity. They were founded near Paris in 1198 and came to Vienna in 1688, five years after the defeat of the Turkish army in the Second Siege of Vienna. Warfare with the Turks continued until well into the 18th century, so Vienna certainly was a useful base for the Trinitarians.The order built a small chapel in a suburb that is now part of the Josefstadt district - it was opened in 1689, but soon it was too small because many locals attended mass with the monks. The chapel was extended and became a chur...
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St. Sebastian's Church
~5.37 miles from Niederalm city center
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(Local Name: Sebastianskirche) The broad Staatsbrücke crosses the river to the Platzl, around which an outlying bridgehead settlement had grown up by the 12th C. On the left side of the Linzer Gasse, which leads from the Platzl in a northeasterly direction, stands St Sebastian's Church (Sebastianskirche), built in 1502-12, completely remodeled in Roccoco style 1749-53. A flight of steps (on the wall to the left note the monument of the physician and philosopher Theophrastus Paracelsus, 1493-1541) leads up to the interesting St Sebastian Cemetery (Friedhof) established in 1595-1600 on the model of an Italian campo santo. In the middle of the cemetery stands St Gabriel's Chapel (Gabrielskapelle), with ornate ceramic decoration in the interior, built 1597-1603 as a mausoleum for Archbishop Wo...
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Mirabell Palace (Schloss Mirabell)
~5.52 miles from Niederalm city center
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This Baroque masterpiece was initially built as "Schloß Altenau" under the reign of Prince Archbishop Wolf Dietrich von Raitenau in 1606. It was a present for his concubine Salome Alt and most famous for its splendid gardens. His successor Prince Archbishop Markus Sittikus re-named the palace into "Schloss Mirabell" (‘beautiful view'). Prince Archbishop Franz Anton Harrach rebuilt the castle more or less from scratch following plans by Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt between 1721 and 1727.During the great fire of Salzburg in 1818, the Mirabell Palace was seriously damaged and re-built according to plans by Peter Nobile in the following years. The mighty tower in the heart of the eastern wing was destructed and the facades were re-decorated in Neo-classicist style.Famous for it's g...
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~5.99 miles from Niederalm city center
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Central Train Station Salzburg
~6.01 miles from Niederalm city center
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The Salzburg Hauptbahnhof main railway station is the agglomeration of Salzburg, and an important transportation hub in western Austria. He had long been the function of a border station towards Germany, which explains the juxtaposition of head and transit platforms. The Salzburg train station is a railway station, both the Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) and the Deutsche Bahn AG. He'll be long-distance and local transport routes of the ÖBB (the Western Railway from Vienna and Linz from Kufstein, Wörgl, Innsbruck and Bregenz, and the Salzburg-Tiroler-Bahn railway, Bischofshofen and Wörgl Zell am See, where she worked with the above line) collides and the railway line from Munich to Salzburg and the Salzburg branch line linked. Moreover, the central hub station, the S-Bahn Salzburg, the Sal...
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City Centre Salzburg
~6.24 miles from Niederalm city center
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Salzburg Exhibition Centre
~6.80 miles from Niederalm city center
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Wals Siezenheim Stadium
~6.88 miles from Niederalm city center
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The Red Bull Arena, during and before the EURO 2008 football championship known as EM Stadion Wals-Siezenheim (help·info), is a football stadium in Wals-Siezenheim, a municipality in the suburb of Salzburg, Austria. It was officially opened in March 2003 and is the home ground of Red Bull Salzburg. Previously, the club played at Stadion Lehen.Its current seating capacity is 31,895. The stadium's previous capacity was 18,200, but was recently expanded to over 30,000 so that it was able to accommodate the 2008 European Football Championships.The "EM Stadion Wals-Siezenheim" is the only stadium in the Austrian Bundesliga which uses artificial turf. Polytan's FIFA 2-Star Recommended 40mm surface Ligaturf with a 25mm elastic layer was installed in 2005.
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City Centre Golling
~10.17 miles from Niederalm city center
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City Centre Abtenau
~17.40 miles from Niederalm city center
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City Centre Bad Ischl
~26.01 miles from Niederalm city center
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