Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach’s grandest baroque design is this late-17th-century university church, with a striking bowed façade....
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Salzburg’s most famous son, was born in this bright yellow townhouse in 1756 and spent the first 17 years of his life here.
Today’s museum harbours a collection of instruments, documents and portraits. Highlights include the mini-violin he played as a toddler, plus a lock of his hair and buttons from his jacket. In one room, Mozart is shown as a holy babe beneath a neon blue halo – we’ll leave you to draw your own analogies…