The Hohensalzburg Castle is a significant landmark and, sitting high on a hill, can be seen from every direction.
|These gardens were past their prime but still beautiful.|
|Part of a large bronze sculpture called "Caldera" and located in one of the parks near the river.|
|A display of photographs from Dieter Huber's book called "Waste." A very powerful message when you're standing on crushed plastic water bottles a foot deep. A sign on the door said "Enter at your own risk!"|
|Clock/Church tower with Salzburg Castle in the background.|
|Gherkin statues. Supposedly the inspiration for the band name "Red Hot Chili Peppers."|
|Our hotel was just steps from this tunnel that led to the "old town" of Salzburg. Great location!|
|The next day we went to see the Castle. We unintentionally took a "scenic" route (aka got lost)|
and ended up on the opposite side of the Castle from where we started.
|Lovely house at the base of the hill with Castle on top.|
|Large ceramic stove used as a furnace.|
|Various levels within the Castle.|
|View of Salzburg from the Castle.|