Free entrace but you can donate in front of the Dom! It's very beautiful inside the Dom. The stuff in the Dom and ceiling is unbelievably beautiful.
This is by far the best cathedral and most memorable on this last vacation to a few countries in Europe. I remembered the church from the movie The Sound of Music, notice the two yellow towers at the front of the church, on entrance what a site to behold. Its smaller than the other European Cathedrals, however a spectacular view... More
We walked by and decided to stop in since the doors were open. What a beautiful church. We took 20 minutes or so to walk around and can just imagine what a service here must be like!
I love this church! I particularly love the selective use of colors, a splash of blue here and a bit of gold & red there. Nothing overwhelming, very cohesive. As you walk into each knave, it is finished in a way that creates a feeling that it could "stand alone"; a church within a church. A quiet place of worship... More
The Dom(Cathedral) of Salzburg is a baroque masterpiece. You can see the font where Mozart was baptized and an organ he played. Attending a service there is a concert as well. The music is spectacular. The square in front of the cathedral becomes a theatre in August during the Festspiele.
OK, I am biased here since I was baptized in this church. It is an amazing place to see. You must go down under the church (near the main alter, there are stairs to go down) and see the history below. It truly is an amazing stop.
Domplatz Cathedral is where all the activity is this time of the year especially, getting ready for the Summer concert, the seats are set up outside. Artists gather around the cathedral, the building itself is spectacular... a lot of activity and tourists, so if you are there for prayer, go early. :)
Music and singers give a while different atmosphere. Solemnity of the 1000 AM mass in this great church is moving
Our group had the privilege of singing for a Mass with the Dom Choir. It has been completely restored after being severely damaged during WWII. The ecoustics are wounderful and its history enduring.
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