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Altes Rathaus - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

Kranzlmarkt 1, 5020 Salzburg, Austria

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About Altes Rathaus

The Altes Rathaus was the first town hall in the German city of Hanover. First built in the old city district in 1410 and extensively restored in 1953 and 1964 after heavy bomb damage in World War II, it is the oldest secular building in the city. In 1874, the city administration moved out of the building. However, ceremonial events such as the conferring of honorary citizenship still take place in the banqueting hall.


Attractions Near Altes Rathaus

Mozart's Birthplace
Mozart's Birthplace0.08km from Altes Rathaus

The house in which Wolfgang Amadé Mozart was born on the January 27, 1756 is now one of the most frequently visited museums in the world. No other place makes the person behind the artist Wolfgang Amadé Mozart and his music as palpable as his Birthplace. It was now a museum and it depicts the early life of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, his first musical instruments, his friends, and his passionate interest in opera.

Alter Markt
Alter Markt0.1km from Altes Rathaus

Alter Markt is the name of a historic square in Cologne 's Altstadt-Nord district. The area was once a large medieval market and the site of jousting tournaments. Today, visitors will find traditional German architecture and old monuments dedicated to the city’s founders. Outdoor café terraces and open-air concerts fill the square in the warmer months. The Alter Markt is Cologne's most traditional square.

DomQuartier Salzburg
DomQuartier Salzburg0.2km from Altes Rathaus

The DomQuartier is a unique cultural highlight in the heart of Salzburg City. In the magnificent state rooms, history comes alive, while a museum tour also allows you to enjoy imposing views of the city itself. It was once the center of the prince-archbishops’ power – along with Benedictine St. Peter’s Abbey. With a single entrance ticket, visitors have the opportunity to marvel at four different Salzburg museums.

Getreidegasse
Getreidegasse0.2km from Altes Rathaus

Salzburg's most famous shopping street, the location of numerous traditional businesses, clothing stores and souvenir shops. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1996. It is known for the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart at No. 9, where he lived until the age of 17. Aside from an array of international fashion chains, the Getreidegasse also charms passers-by with its traditional inns and unique businesses steeped in history.

Dommuseum Salzburg
Dommuseum Salzburg0.21km from Altes Rathaus

The Salzburg Cathedral Museum is located in the south oratory of the Salzburg Cathedral . The museum is also the diocesan museum. The permanent exhibition shows art treasures from the 8th to 18th centuries from the Archdiocese of Salzburg, including precious liturgical equipment from the cathedral treasury as well as Gothic and Baroque paintings and sculptures from churches and monasteries in Salzburg.

Residenzgalerie Salzburg
Residenzgalerie Salzburg0.21km from Altes Rathaus

The Residenzgalerie is an art gallery in the Alte Residenz, Salzburg, Austria. Its collection includes works by Rembrandt, Carel Fabritius, Carlo Saraceni and Hieronymus Francken II. European painting from the 16th to 19th centuries is part of the collection of paintings in the State of Salzburg. The outstanding highlight is the Dutch painting of the 17th century, acquired from the old Austrian aristocratic collection Czernin.

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Salzburg is a state of the modern Republic of Austria. The region was widely settled in prehistoric times, both in the mountains and the Alpine foreland, because of its mineral resources. The tourist trade, including winter sports, is a major source of income, with the main centres at Salzburg city (especially its music and drama festivals), Badgastein, and Zell am See. The state has good road and rail communications.

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