Innsbruck, Austria, July 2017.


Innsbruck is the capital city of Tyrol in western Austria. It is in the Inn valley, at its junction with the Wipp valley, which provides access to the Brenner Pass some 30 km to the south. Innsbruck is an internationally renowned winter sports centre, and hosted the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympics, and the first Winter Youth Olympics in 2012. The name translates as "Inn bridge". —From Wikipedia.

View from hotel room

City street

City street

Stadtturm, or City Tower

Hofkirche on the right

Live concert

Orchestra

Helblinghaus etc. (more)

Town square

Town square

Town square

Sankt Josef church

Narrow lane

Old town lane

City Tower

Old town

Ornate buildings

Annasäule column

Triumphpforte

City street

Old town area with
City Tower

Helblinghaus

Sankt Nikolaus church

Sankt Nikolaus (more)

View of old town from
Inn river

Small bridge on river Inn

Houses across the river

Mountains beyond
Imperial Hofburg

Landhausplatz

The New Court with the
Golden Roof (more, info)

Coffee break!

On train to Franzensfeste

Hofkirche (info; more)

Tomb of Emperor
Maximilian I (1459-1519)
Holy Roman Emperor
from 1493-1519

Bronze statues of
ancestors, relatives
and heroes (more)

Of the House of Habsburg

Royal women in the
orbit of Maximilian I

Cenotaph is in the
church center (more)

Sample marble relief
on the tomb

Hofkirche corridor
and garden

Tyrolean State Museum (exterior)

Mary with kid
1180/90 CE (info)

Madonna with child
1380 CE (info)

Crucifix, 1170 CE (info)

Paining on glass (info)

Maria, 1456/58 (info)

Worship of the king
1489 CE (info)

Decapitation of Cosmas
and Damian
1480/90 CE (info)

Jesus (info)

Farm school (info)

The Altar of Tyrol Castle
(info)

Pre-Roman finds (1, 2)

Painted fresco from the
Mithraen of Marino (info)

Tyrolean Folk Art Museum

Assumption of Mary (info)

Bread breaker (info)

Meran watchman (info)

Tyrolean parlour
c. 1500 CE (info)

Tyrolean parlour
c. 1500 CE (info)

Tyrolean parlour
c. 1500 CE

Museum interior

Museum interior

Stocking loom,
1773 CE (info)

Traditional attire

Traditional attire (info)

Traditional attire

 



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