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Salzburg (state) ,AustriaAbout Salzburg:

Salzburg is a state of Austria. It is in the heart of Austria. The capital is the city of Salzburg with a population of approximately 150,000. The province of Salzburg is sometimes called Salzburg Land to Salzburgerland or differentiate it from the city. Salzburg municipalities with town privileges.

Climate: Salzburg has a continental climate. The average high temp is 24 °C in the month of July and average low temp is -4 °C in the month of January.

Salzburg festival, Salzburg ,AustriaCulture: The Arts are an important part of the Salzburger tradition: home to Mozart, the annual Salzburg Festival, and the mystery play Jedermann (Everyman). Salzburg province also shares much of its rural regional and provincial culture with neighboring Bavaria and Tyrol. This makes it a wonderful place to experience both the high culture of the Mozart era and the true alpine Austrian culture at its purest.

Berchtesgaden Alps, Salzburg ,AustriaRivers and Mountains: Salzburg stretches along its primary river, the Salzach running from the Central Eastern Alps in the south. It is surrounded by the Austrian lands of Upper Austria in the northeast, by Styria in the east, by Carinthia in the south as well as by Tyrol and South Tyrol in the southwest. The Dachstein massif and the Berchtesgaden Alps ranges of the Northern Limestone Alps border Salzburg Land to the east and north.

The Dachstein massif, Salzburg ,AustriaHistory: In 1816, following the defeat of Napoleon and the provision of adequate compensation to Bavaria at the Congress of Vienna, it was returned to Austria with the exception of the north-western 'Rupertigau' which remained Bavarian. . In 1849 the Duchy of Salzburg was established as a crown land of the Austrian Empire. In 1955 Austria was declared independent of the Allies and Salzburg was once again one of the reconstituted federal-states of the second Republik Osterreich.

Salzburg city, Salzburg ,AustriaCapital city: Salzburg was originally known as Juvavum, a trading stop on one of the Roman Empire’s most important routes. It is the fourth-largest city in Austria. The "Old Town" of  Saulzburg  is internationally renowned for its baroque architecture and is one of the best-preserved city centers north of the Alps. It was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.

The Salzach River , Salzburg ,AustriaTourisms: As a Land of culture it offers everything from classical to traditional folklore events, as a Land of economy it is home to innovative technological enterprises, successful small and medium sized businesses and organic farms, as a Land of sport it has produced world class athletes and offers a comprehensive range of leisure facilities for everyman, as a Land of nature it welcomes guests from all over the world offering classic sightseeing as well as breath-taking natural beauty spots and as a Land of knowledge it is dedicated to the acquisition of knowledge and boasts modern research

Schloss Leopoldskron, Salzburg ,AustriaCapital city attraction: Schloss Leopoldskron: The palace is located on the lake Leopoldskroner Weiher,  with magnificent view of the majestic mountains, the palace is only a short walk from the old town of Salzburg. The main features of the palace is the historic walls of the Birthplace of the Salzburg Festival. The 12 suites at the palace and the 55 rooms in the adjoining Meierhof impart a private living atmosphere in English mansion style. The palace has been home to the Salzburg Global Seminar since 1947.

Krimml Waterfalls, Salzburg ,AustriaNature: Mozart and the Krimml Waterfalls, Hermann Maier and the Giant Ice Caves, superb skiing and the Salzburg Festival, Christian Doppler and the Hohe Tauern National Park, the Celtic Village, Red Bull and the eternal ice of the Grobvenediger mountain range.

Salzkammergut, Salzburg ,AustriaSalzkammergut: It is a resort area located in Austria. It stretches from the City of Salzburg eastwards along the Austrian Alpine Foreland and the Northern Limestone Alps to the peaks of the Dachstein Mountains, spanning the federal states of Upper Austria, Salzburg, and Styria. The lands on the shore of the Traun River comprise numerous glacial lakes and raised bogs, and the Salzkammergut Mountains and the adjacent Dachstein Mountains, the Totes Gebirge and the Upper Austrian Prealps with prominent Mt. Traunstein in the east.

Politics: Salzburg has its own state constitution from 1999. The state government is headed by a Landeshauptmann. . In 2004 Gabi Burgs taller became the first Social Democratic (and first female) Salzburg governor. State elections are held every five years.

 

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