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111 Places in Salzburg

That You Shouldn't Miss

Stefan Spath

Contains numerous colour photographs

by Pia Odorizzi

240 pages

13,5 x 20,5 cm

5,25 in. x 8 in.
ISBN : 978-3-9545-1230-0

£ 11.99
$ 19.90

111 Places in Salzburg

That You Shouldn't Miss


This extraordinary guide will tell you which church alter a human skull is walled into, where rallyes run madly around the mountains; about where the Doppler Effect comes from, where the only outdoor organ pulls out all its stops, where defenseless women were burned as witches in the 17th century, which house, with a width of 1.42 meters, is the city's smallest, where Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz had a rendezvous - and, finally, where Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart thought up "The Magic Flute".

Stefan Spath

Stefan Spath, born in Tyrol in 1964, lives in Vienna and works there as a travel journalist, author and copywriter. He first got to know Salzburg at the start of his university studies back in the grey 1980s. Since then he has had an on-off relationship with the city: 'on' in spring and autumn, 'off' on rainy days.


Pia Odorizzi

Pia Claudia Odorizzi von Rallo, born in 1964 in Wels in Austria, lives and works in Vienna and Upper Austria. For 25 years she has been a freelance photographer in the fields of architecture, art and emotion. Architectural photography is meditative work for Pia Odorizzi. Its challenge is to bring out the clarity and perfection, but also the intention of the buildings. Her work with people takes her from what is visible to what is not obvious. It expresses her personal stories.

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