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Innsbruck

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About Innsbruck

Innsbruck is the capital of Tyrol in western Austria and the country’s fifth-largest city by population. Innsbruck is known as a world-renowned winter sports destination, having hosted the Winter Olympics in 1964 and 1976. The city sits in a broad valley between high mountains, resulting in a picturesque setting that’s great for photography. Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque architecture mingle effortlessly with modern designs in the city center. Truly Innsbruck is a magical destination.

Popular Attractions in Innsbruck

GOLDEN ROOF MUSEUM
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Universitätsstraße 2, 6020 Innsbruck

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Trip Moments

Rachel Yu   
It is said that the most beautiful fairy tale town in the world is in Austria, then Innsbruck must be one of these fairy tale towns. Austria is a fairy tale kingdom, so it is full of fairy tale elements on the main street of Innsbruck. A three-dimensional fairy tale scene appears on the building, as long as you look up, you can walk into the fairy tale.
There is a luxurious two-story building built in 1500 in the center of the city, and it is inlaid with 2,600 gold-plated copper tiles. This is the famous Golden Roof. The embossed scrolls on the balcony depict the coat of arms, symbols, and other characters in his life.
Built in the town hall of 1358, there is a city tower built between 1442 and 1450, a symbol of the old town of Innsbruck. The tower is 57 meters high. It was originally a watchtower, and there was a cell on the tower. It was later rebuilt in 1560, replacing the spire with a small dome, and the function of the prison and the lookout was removed. Now a famous sightseeing spot, there is a cloister at 33 meters from the tower, where visitors can enjoy panoramic views of Innsbruck and the surrounding mountains.
Heil Bully House is located opposite the Golden Roof House and is a very magnificent building. In 1725, John Fischer bought this late medieval house and added a triangular enamel to the house in 1730. The gemstones and faades on the surface of the building were decorated with gypsum floral ornaments. A combination of various Baroque elements such as angels, flowers, and shells.
Posted: 12 Jan 2019
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