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Exhibitions

Exhibition

Sunday, 23. 6. 2019 till Monday, 25. 5. 2020 | extended!

From Bernini to Rubens.
Roman Baroque from the Rossacher Collection

Rome is regarded as the birthplace of the Baroque, the last art movement to spread throughout Europe. It was to be powerful, classical and impressive – and an eloquent ambassador for Catholicism. The Rossacher Collection includes some sketches for paintings that were to become key works of this period. Curator Dr. Regina Kaltenbrunner Illustration Allegorie der…

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Friday, 28. 6. 2019 till Thursday, 25. 3. 2021

Let the music begin!
The princely court of Salzburg – a centre of European musical culture 1587 – 1807

An exciting journey of discovery through two centuries of music history with Biber, Muffat, Caldara, Michael Haydn and Mozart father and son, in the very places where their works were originally performed.

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Thursday, 20. 2. 2020 till Sunday, 10. 1. 2021

The Muses‘ kiss
A Festival of divine inspiration

In 2020, the Salzburg Festival celebrates its centenary. The Salzburg Residenzgalerie, three years its junior, represents a second main focus – the visual arts.

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Permanent exhibition

A Visit to the Prince-Archbishops – State Rooms of the Residenz Palace

Over the course of centuries, the Residenz Palace in Salzburg served the Prince-Archbishops as their representative seat. Even during the Baroque era, the city palace of the Prince-Archbishops was among the most impressive representational buildings in the German-language region.

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Artistic Treasures of the Archdiocese of Salzburg – Cathedral Museum

The upper Oratories of the Salzburg Cathedral, some of which were formerly used as chapels, have housed the Cathedral and Diocese Museum since 1974, uniting artworks from1300 years of Salzburg church history.

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More than 1300 Years of Monastic History – Museum of St. Peter’s Abbey

The valuable art treasures collected by the Archabbey of St. Peter and exhibited in the Long Gallery and the Museum depict the history of the oldest monastery in the German-language region.

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