To 2 APRIL 2018

PANORMA MUSEUM
MOZARTPLATZ 1
5010 SALZBURG

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daily 9 am –17 pm


Inherit Culture. Preserve the City!

The City of Salzburg with its picturesque Baroque core and green areas is famous across the world. In the Panorama Museum, the city’s special aura is present in the great painted cyclorama by Johann Michael Sattler.

In 2017, Salzburg is celebrating two anniversaries which are directly connected to the preservation of the city. Fifty years ago, in 1967, Austria’s first Historic City Preservation Law was enacted here in Salzburg. In 1997, Salzburg’s historic city was adopted into the UNESCO World Heritage Site list; 2017 marks the twentieth year of its inclusion.

In this exhibition, we want to show not only the architecture of Salzburg but also some of the documentarists of the city with their works from the Salzburg Museum collection. Artists have always been very important, and Salzburg is a living city with a very active cultural scene. Considering its status as a World Heritage Site, the city must not only be mindful of its architectural history, but also bear responsibility for the preservation and inventory of its cultural heritage.

curators: Dr. Eva Jandl-Jörg und Mag. Werner Friepesz

   

Image gallery

The Pferdeschwemme (Horse Well) near the Court Stables in Salzburg (cosmorama), Johann Michael Sattler (1786–1847, 1828, Öl auf Leinwand, Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. 53-25
The Pferdeschwemme (Horse Well) near the Court Stables in Salzburg (cosmorama), Johann Michael Sattler (1786–1847, 1828, Öl auf Leinwand, Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. 53-25
Domplatz in Salzburg, Carl Schneeweis (1745–1826), 2. Hälfte 18. Jh., Öl auf Holz, Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. 83-40
Domplatz in Salzburg, Carl Schneeweis (1745–1826), 2. Hälfte 18. Jh., Öl auf Holz, Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. 83-40
Evening mood on Alter Markt, Felix Albrecht Harta (1884–1967), Um 1950, Öl auf Karton, Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. 123-63
Evening mood on Alter Markt, Felix Albrecht Harta (1884–1967), Um 1950, Öl auf Karton, Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. 123-63
Alter Markt in Salzburg with market booths, Friedrich Loos (1797–1890), Um 1830, Öl auf Papier auf Leinwand; unvollendet, Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. 212-54
Alter Markt in Salzburg with market booths, Friedrich Loos (1797–1890), Um 1830, Öl auf Papier auf Leinwand; unvollendet, Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. 212-54
Holy Trinity Church in Salzburg, Kay Krasnitzky (1914–1978), Um 1960, Kohle, Bleistift, Tusche, Goldbronze auf Karton, Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. 1032-2004
Holy Trinity Church in Salzburg, Kay Krasnitzky (1914–1978), Um 1960, Kohle, Bleistift, Tusche, Goldbronze auf Karton, Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. 1032-2004
Kollegienkirche (University Church) in Salzburg, Carl Schneeweis (1745–1826), Um 1800, Radierung, koloriert, Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. 1944-49
Kollegienkirche (University Church) in Salzburg, Carl Schneeweis (1745–1826), Um 1800, Radierung, koloriert, Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. 1944-49
Platzl towards Linzer Gasse, 1908–14, SW-Fotografie, Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. Foto 193
Platzl towards Linzer Gasse, 1908–14, SW-Fotografie, Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. Foto 193
The steam tram at Ă„uĂźerer Stein; ArenbergstraĂźe in the background, Um 1900, SW-Fotografie, Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. Foto 17181
The steam tram at Ă„uĂźerer Stein; ArenbergstraĂźe in the background, Um 1900, SW-Fotografie, Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. Foto 17181
Market on Universitätsplatz, Trinks & Co., G.m.b.H., Leipzig, 1910–14, Druck auf Papier nach Foto (Postkarte), Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. Foto 19668
Market on Universitätsplatz, Trinks & Co., G.m.b.H., Leipzig, 1910–14, Druck auf Papier nach Foto (Postkarte), Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. Foto 19668
University Church with market stalls, Um 1900, Glasplatte, Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. Foto 20370
University Church with market stalls, Um 1900, Glasplatte, Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. Foto 20370
Ferdinand-Hanusch-Platz (formerly Realschulplatz) with secondary school, Ludwig (Louis) Hardtmuth, 1874–76, SW-Fotografie, Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. Foto 42828
Ferdinand-Hanusch-Platz (formerly Realschulplatz) with secondary school, Ludwig (Louis) Hardtmuth, 1874–76, SW-Fotografie, Salzburg Museum, Inv.-Nr. Foto 42828
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