Pinsteps. Stallburg is a Renaissance building between Josefsplatz and Mayplattsts
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Salzburg is a Renaissance building between Josefsplatz and Mayplattsts. This is a part of the Hofburg Palace. Initially, it housed the living quarters of Archduke Maximilian, later Emperor Maximilian II. They were built in the years 1558-1565. From 1659 to 1776, Archduke Leopold Wilhelm placed his art collection in Stoburg. It will form the core of the later Kunsthistorisches Museum. Later, the building became the Imperial Stable, where lived the imperial horses, and even today, it is still used by the Spanish Riding School (Spanische Hofreitschule).

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