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Hellbrun Palace
Schloss Hellbrun, Hellbrunner Schlosspark, A-5020 Salzburg - Austria

Schloss Hellbrun, situated in a beautiful park by the Salzach River, was the summer palace of Archbishop Markus Sitkus. It was designed by the Baroque architect Santino Solari. The palace’s ballroom contains paintings by Arsenio Mascagni. The main attraction of...
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Attractions near Hellbrun Palace
A selection of attractions close to Hellbrun Palace:
Folklore Museum  (< 1 Mile)
The Volkskundemusem if housed in the Hellbrunner Monatsschlössl (Schloss Waldems) on Hellbrunner Berg overlooking the Schloss Hellbrun. The building, hunting lodge built for Archbishop Markus...
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Hellbrun Palace  (< 1 Mile)
Schloss Hellbrun, situated in a beautiful park by the Salzach River, was the summer palace of Archbishop Markus Sitkus. It was designed by the Baroque...
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Salzburg Zoo  (1.2 Miles)
The GeoZoo Salzburg, located south of the city, houses a huge variety of animals, approximately 500 in number, in large natural themed enclosures on a...
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Salzburg Playhouse  (2.8 Miles)
The Schauspielhaus is the largest non-profit making theatre in Austria. Its carefully selected drama programme offers plays from antiquity, the classical period right up to...
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Church of St Erhard  (2.9 Miles)
The Erhardkirche is the Parish church of the Nonntal district of Salzburg and the present Baroque building was constructed between 1685 and 1689 by Giovanni...
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Nonnberg Convent  (3 Miles)
The Benedictine Nonnberg Convent, which was founded by St. Rupert’s niece St. Erentrudis between 713 and 715 AD, is familiar to many people as the...
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Hohensalzburg Fortress  (3.2 Miles)
Founded in 1077, Salzburg’s massive Hohensalzburg Fortress is situated in a commanding position, on Festungberg hill, overlooking the city and the Salzach River. It ranks...
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Parscher Kirche  (3.2 Miles)
The Parscher Kirche is Salzburg’s most notable 1950’s architectural building and the probably the finest post-war church in Austria. It was design by the architects...
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Almkanal  (3.3 Miles)
The building work for this amazing feat of mediaeval engineering commenced in 1137. The objective was to drive a tunnel through the Münchsberg mountain to...
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Cardinal Schwarzenberg House  (3.4 Miles)
Kardinal-Schwarzenberg-Haus, a former granary named after Cardinal Friedrich Fürst zu Schwarzenberg, contains the archive and library of the Archdiocese of Salzburg which are amongst Austria’s...
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Fortress Cable Railway  (3.4 Miles)
Although the Festung Hohensalzburg Fortress can be reached on foot, the best way to get up the mountain is using the funicular railway, the FestungsBahn,...
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Old City  (3.4 Miles)
The well preserved Altstadt, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is characterized by the old world charm of its narrow streets, plazas, fountains, baroque buildings, cafes,...
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Church of St. Catejan  (3.4 Miles)
This church is named after St. Cajetan, the patron saint of the unemployed and founder of the Theatine Order who were the trainers of priests....
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Kapitelplatz Horse Pond  (3.5 Miles)
The Kapitelschwemme, formerly a place for watering and washing horses, can be found in the Kapitelplatz, opposite the Archbishop’s Palace. The pond, commissioned by Archbishop...
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Salzburg Cathedral  (3.5 Miles)
The 17th century baroque cathedral of St. Rupert was founded in 774 on what was probably a sacred Celtic and Roman site and the location...
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Marian Column  (3.5 Miles)
In the middle of the Domplatz is the Marienstatue, built in 1771 by Wolfgang and Johann Baptists Hagenauer. An intriguing feature of the column is...
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Residenz Gallery  (3.5 Miles)
The collection of the Residenzgalerie, which was opened in 1923, contains paintings from the 16th to the 19th century supplemented by loans from Austrian museums...
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Residenz State Rooms  (3.5 Miles)
The State Rooms in the Residenz palace are used for official functions but more than a dozen state rooms, each richly decorated, are open to...
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Georg Trakl Memorial  (3.5 Miles)
The poet Georg Trakl was born in Salzburg and although trained as a pharmacist began publishing his poetry in his twenties. He died at the...
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Cathedral Museum  (3.5 Miles)
Salzburg’s Dommuseum, which was founded in 1974, is situated in the southern oratories of the Cathedral. The exhibits range from the 8th century Carolingian St....
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