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Goldenes Dachl

Innsbruck’s iconic Goldenes Dachl (Golden Roof) is found on Herzog-Friedrich-Strasse, the main square in Innsbruck’s charming Gothic and Baroque Altstadt (Old Town). The three-story, gold-topped balcony is tacked on the Neuhof (New Court), which was built by Archduke Friedrich IV in the early 15th century as a residence fit for kings. The Golden Roof was constructed in 1500 at the behest of Habsburg Emperor Maximilian I in celebration of his second dynastic marriage, this time to Bianca Maria Sforza of Milan. The roof glitters with 2,657 sparkling gilded copper tiles, apparently placed there to confound rumors that the Imperial Family was running out of money.

Intricate carved wooden reliefs and frescoes painted on to the balcony show the emperor’s many coats of arms, and his likeness alongside that of both his wives. The structure also provided Maximilian I with an appropriately regal spot from which to observe tournaments and festivals in the square beneath.

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Teleférico de ida y vuelta de Innsbruck a Hungerburg

El viaje comienza a 560 m por encima del nivel del mar, no muy lejos del corazón del casco antiguo de Innsbruck, con sus edificios históricos y el ...  Más información

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Excursión privada: Innsbruck y Swarovski Crystal Worlds desde Salzburgo

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Esa visita privada desde Salzburgo le llevará en un viaje panorámico por los Alpes Bávaros y el valle del Inn al estado austriaco de Tirol. En ...  Más información

  • Ubicación: Salzsburgo, Austria
  • Duración: 8 horas
  • Idioma: Inglés Español
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