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SALZBURG

In "German Rome" A sweet version of the "Silent Night" chapel; Salzburg's sweets displayed in many shop windows in the city will win you over; The historic center of Salzburg is protected by UNESCO; The interior of Salzburg's cathedral; Attractive stands full of delicacies are one of Salzburg's features.

The historic center of Salzburg was added to UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites in 1997.

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After a large dinner in a pub, it felt good to take an evening walk through the city and head off to bed early so that we could head out to Salzburg's winter wonderland as soon as possible the next morning. We nearly walked directly into Christkindlmarkt, the main Advent fair in the city, from our hotel near Residenzplatz. I say it’s the main fair, because there are many in Salzburg, hidden in picturesque courtyards and squares, and in the entire Salzburger Land region, there are around 150 during Advent. This fair was bigger and different from the one in Hellbrun, and its backdrop was Salzburger Dom, the Baroque cathedral dedicated to St. Rupert, where one of the most famous musicians in the world, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, was baptized. Mozart

even composed religious music for this cathedral, and if you have the chance to be in it when the organs in the church are played, you will be able to completely experience this building. Due to the large number of churches in the city, a total of 40, Salzburg was also called "German Rome", and the most magnificent of them all is this cathedral. There, just like in DomQuartier, the complex connected to the cathedral, you will be able to feel the strength of this city.

Walking through the city After warm punch and a slice of Kletzenbrot (bread with dried fruit, which is traditionally eaten for Christmas), we went across the square behind the cathedral, where our attention was caught by a big sculpture of the sun. German artists wanted to give a modern

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