Once again, I will stop at Linz and take a stroll in the city at night. The
plaza was built in 1230 and is surrounded by many Baroque buildings and Renaissance-style buildings. It is also an iconic place in the area. In the middle of the square stood a marble monument, built to thank God for letting Linz free from war, fire and plague. Usually people come and go more lively here, the Danube River is not far from here.
The old town of linz
the capital of Upper Austria. At the same time, Linz is also an important river port and economic center in the upper reaches of the Danube and the most important heavy industrial city in Austria.
Old Town and New Town are located on both sides of the Danube River. A long main street runs through the Old Town. There are fashionable shops on both sides. Ancient churches and exquisite houses can be seen everywhere. Many musicians can be found among them. In the former residence of Wenhao, Mozart wrote the Linz Sonata in one of the courtyards.
In the Second World War, Hitler announced that Germany had annexed Austria on a balcony in the central square of Linz. Today, this large square is still the center of the city and has become the starting point for people to explore Linz. Unlike other German-speaking city centre squares, there is no rich Germanic style, and the Trinity Column and surrounding buildings are both Renaissance and Baroque.
Low-key Linz is not as flamboyant as her neighbors Vienna and Salzburg. The low-key exquisiteness is my evaluation of Linz. At the foot of the streets, at the foot of the tall and majestic buildings, you can often find small surprises, quiet and peaceful atmosphere, calm and calm style, it is difficult to connect with Austria's third largest city and industrial capital.
Many celebrities have a close relationship with this ancient Austrian city. Mozart and Beethoven have lived briefly in Linz.
You must not miss the beautiful northern Austrian city of Linz, the largest river port on the upper Danube, as an important stop for the Danube.