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Friday, 8. 6. 2018 till Sunday, 14. 7. 2019

Ultramarine & Shell Gold. How the Pictures were made

The creative act begins with the choice of material.

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Saturday, 8. 12. 2018 till Monday, 27. 5. 2019

Prince Archbishop Maximilian Gandolph Graf von Kuenburg
A man of direction and many facets · 1668–1687

350 years ago, on July 30th 1668, the Cathedral Chapter elected Maximilian Gandolph Graf von Kuenburg, originally from Graz, to become the Salzburg Archbishop. The coat of arms and inscription on many buildings such as the Cajetan Church in Salzburg, the Abbey in Seekirchen and the Maria Plain Pilgrimage Church attest to his role as founder and constructor.

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Friday, 18. 1. 2019 till Sunday, 14. 7. 2019

Archduke Ludwig Viktor.
Emperor Franz Joseph’s youngest brother and his Kleßheim Palace

Emperor Franz Joseph's youngest brother and his Kleßheim Palace No comprehensive biography of Archduke Ludwig Viktor (1842–1919) – considered the enfant terrible among the Habsburgs – has yet been published.

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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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