Pinsteps. Domplatz
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The central cathedral of Salzburg is the place where little Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was baptized. Then he played the church piano, and the font where the events took place is shown to tourists. On the facade of the cathedral dates of foundation, restructuring and restoration. The first church founded by Rupert was burned, on the orders of Friedrich Barbarossa, the German king and emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, in retaliation for the local count from the Babenberg dynasty (Austrian princes) refused to recognize Victor the Fifth, nominated by Friedrich, as Pope. Frederick had his scores with the pope. Frederick was pushed into the third crusade, after he had glorified himself in the previous one. Enlisting the support of Richard the Lionheart and Philip Augustus, the Pope managed to persuade Frederick. Reluctantly agreeing, Barbarossa went on a campaign and ingloriously sank in the river on the territory of modern Armenia. And the genus Vitelsbach - the eternal rivals of Babenbergov rebuilt a new cathedral. Translated with Google Translate


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