Ximadi is located on Karajan Square, close to the cliff to the west of the city of Salzburg. The whole building is more like a large shadow wall plus a set of fountains and pools. In the middle of the square, there is a statue of a galloping horse. There are many pictures of horses on the shadow wall, which are vivid.
It's really unique. The entire fountain is surrounded by frescoes of horses. And the style of painting is very strange. The water in the entire fountain is also flowing, and it feels a bit like a wishing pool in Italy. You can generally make a wish and see it.
The horse washing pond is a unique landscape. It is a small area used to wash horses in a very early period. It is owned by very valuable people. The water in the horse washing pond is quite clear and you can see a lot of small fish. There are also horse sculptures here.
Salzburg horsepond was built in 1700, was originally built by the royal stables reservoir at the time, so its name, is called "trainers" statue, look lifelike, will be in form of "horse to fly" is quite realistic, is well worth to see see.
Monument built in the 1600s as a horse bath, with the "Horse Tamer" statue backed by frescoes.
This square is on a rather busy main road. So it is definitely not a place where you will stay and relax for a long time. However, it does make it very easy to reach here and stop and take a look when passing by. We passed by here when we were cycling around and walking in the city.