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  Salzburg (Land), Salzburg, Salzburg
The Salzburg province lies between the Upper Bavarian plain and the hilly Alpine foreland in the north, the Hohe Tauern in the south and a region of varied topography to the east, where it is dominated by the Dachstein massif and watered by the river systems of the Traun, the Enns and the Mur.
With the establishment of the bishopric of Salzburg at the beginning of the eighth C. and its elevation into an archbishopric at the end of that century the foundations were laid for the creation of a great ecclesiastical domain.
From 1850 to 1918 Salzburg was an independent crown land, and thereafter a federal province (Bundesland) in the Republic of Austria.
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 List of states in the Holy Roman Empire
Archbishopric of Salzburg (secularized 1803, became secular Electorate as the Duchy of Salzburg)
Archbishopric of Bremen (secularized 1648, to Sweden as the Duchy of Bremen)
Archbishopric of Magdeburg (secularized 1648, to Brandenburg as the Duchy of Magdeburg)
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 Salzburg Hotel
Until 1803, the Archbishop of Salzburg was the ruler of the city and the surrounding territory.
Salzburg was an independent Archbishopric within the Holy Roman Empire (see Archbishopric of Salzburg) until the Imperial reorganization of 1801, when it was given as compensation to Grand Duke Ferdinand III of Tuscany, the brother of Emperor Francis II.
Following the Austrian defeat at Austerlitz in 1805, Salzburg was annexed by Austria as compensation for the loss of Tyrol to Bavaria, and Ferdinand was transferred to Würzburg.
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 Austria, Historic Centre of the City of Salzburg
Salzburg, meaning fortress of salt, was a settlement in prehistoric times trading salt from the nearby salt mines.
One century later Salzburg became an archbishopric and was ruled for many centuries by the prince-archbishops.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) was born in Salzburg.
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 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Mozart was born in Salzburg, now in Austria but at the time the capital of a small independent Archbishopric within the Holy Roman Empire.
Salzburg Symphonies 1773-75- This symphonic cycle can also be divided in two groups, of which the most significant one includes seven Germanic concert symphonies with minuet (K183, K185, K200-204), and the second one only one symphony in the Italian style (K121), created from an opera overture.
This may be due to general disillusionment with the Salzburg establishment as well as to the mediocre level of the instrumental ensembles that Mozart found in the town.
www.brainyencyclopedia.com /encyclopedia/w/wo/wolfgang_amadeus_mozart.html   (3990 words)

 Salzburg Travel
For the surrounding state of Salzburg, see: Salzburg (state)'' ---- thumb250pxFlag of Salzburg Salzburg (population 145,000 in 2003) is a city in western Austria and the capital of the federal state of Salzburg (population 520,000 in 2003).
Salzburg is comprised of five districts, known as ''Bezirke'' or vernacularly ''Gaue'' : Pinzgau (district capital in Zell am See), Pongau (Sankt Johann im Pongau), Lungau (Tamsweg), Tennengau (Hallein), Flachgau/Bezirk Salzburg und Umgebung (Salzburg and environs).
After the Protestant Reformation resulting in the secularization of the Archbishoprics of Bremen and Magdeburg, the Archbishop of Salzburg and the Archbishop of Besançon (whose territorial holdings were minuscule) were the only remaining Archbishops of the Holy Roman Empire who were not also electors.
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 The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
Dabrowka, the daughter of Boleslaw I, married the Polish Duke Mieczyslaw, and the latter was baptized in 966.
The Archbishop of Salzburg, Augustine Gruber, and Cardinal Cappellari (Gregory XVI) quieted the peasants.
An Answer by the bishops of Bohemia"; memorial of the Archbishopric of Salzburg to the Imperial Diet; memorial of the Archdiocese of Vienna to the Diet; memorial of the bishops of the Archdiocese of the maritime district to the constitutional imperial diet at Kremsier.
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 Archbishopric of Salzburg -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
The most famous Archbishop was probably the last with princely authority, (additional info and facts about Hieronymus von Colloredo) Hieronymus von Colloredo, who was an early patron of Salzburg native (Prolific Austrian composer and child prodigy; master of the classical style in all its forms of his time (1756-1791)) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
In 1803, the Archbishopric was secularized and made an Electorate for the former Grand Duke Ferdinand III of (A region in central Italy) Tuscany (brother of (The last Holy Roman Emperor (1768-1835)) Emperor Francis II), who had lost his throne.
The Archbishop of Salzburg also bears the title "Primas Germaniae" (which means "First [Bishop] of the Germans").
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/a/ar/archbishopric_of_salzburg.htm   (344 words)

 wolf.html   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
He studied in Rome and by the young age of 28 was elected Archbishop of Salzburg in 1587.
Salzburg troops to occupy the territory of the abbey of Berchtesgaden on October 11,1611.
Princebishop Wolf-Dietrich was imprisoned and in 1612 formally deposed.
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 Music at the Fortress of Hohensalzburg
In 1753, the Salzburg court organ constructor, Rochus Egedacher, was responsible for a “complete renovation and expansion of this beautiful mechanism” For the most part re-using the original pipes he rebuilt the instrument as it is known to us today, providing 12 musical pieces, one per month on a new barrel.
A castle chaplain was engaged to conduct the masses and further to that, from 1655 a castle preacher from the Franciscan monastery.
According to the requirement of Archbishop Leonard, the Salzburg 'castle horn' should act as an alarm to wake the inhabitants of the town or to indicate the time for sleep or otherwise to act as a means of communication, in a similar way to the alpine horns used in the valleys.
www.salzstier.com /musicartc.htm   (3760 words)

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Origins of the coat-of-arms: The Salzburg coat-of-arms is probably derived from the personal seal of Duke Philipp of Carinthia, who was the elected Archbishop of Salzburg in the years 1246 to 1256.
It was unanimously adopted by the Salzburg Diet as the official Salzburg anthem on May 24, 1928.
Salzburg remained an ecclesiastical Princedom until 1803, when it was secularised.
www.austria-cafe.com /sburg.htm   (236 words)

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SALZBURG, salts'burg, ARCHDIOCESE OF: An Austrian archbishopric, the see city of which is Salzburg, the Juvavunn of the Romans, who reduced it, together with the rest of the province of Noricum, during the campaign of Tiberius and Drusus in 15 B.c.
It was, accordingly, the largest German archbishopric next to Mainz, its boundaries being the Inn on the west and the Drau on the south, while on the north and east it practically coincided with the present northern boundary of Salzburg and Styria and with the eastern boundary of Styria.
SALZBURG, EVANGELICALS OF: The name applied to several thousand Protestants expelled from the Archbishopric of Salzburg (q.v.) in the eighteenth century.
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 The Georgia Salzburger Society
On March 12, 1734, a small group of about sixty religious exiles from the Principality and Archbishopric of Salzburg arrived in Georgia seeking religious freedom.
Later in that year they were joined by a second group and by 1741, a total of approximately 300 of these Salzburger Lutheran exiles had come to Georgia where they founded the town of Ebenezer on the Savannah River, about twenty five miles north of the city of Savannah.
The few hundred Georgia Salzburgers were part of a much larger story in European history, a drama that unfolded in 1731 when 20,000 Protestants were forced to leave the land of Salzburg, which was an independent principality and archbishopric at that time.
www.georgiasalzburgers.com /salzburgers.htm   (200 words)

Salzburg was a church state under total rule of the powerful Catholic Arch-
Salzburg Cathedral in the baroque style inspired by Michelangelo's plan for St. Peter's Basilica in Rome.
Salzburg in 1668,prince of the Holy Roman Empire.
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 Austria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
As assistants of Hans Hut are named Hieronymus von Mansee and Eucarius Binder, both of whom had to die at the stake in Salzburg (see Lang, Matthäus).
Of the "four apostles" chosen by Hut, Schiemer became the most successful missioner in Upper Austria of that time, until he, too, met the fate of nearly all early leaders—martyrdom (1528).
Expansion through the Austrian churches continued in the late 1960s when the Lawrence Warkentin family established new congregations in Salzburg and in Traunreut, Bavaria.
www.mhsc.ca /encyclopedia/contents/A922.html   (4515 words)

 TRENT - LoveToKnow Article on TRENT   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
Trent lives rather on its historical souvenirs than on its industries, which are not very extensive, viticulture, silk-spinning and the preparation of ~alami (a strongly spiced kind of Italian sausage) being the chief.
Ecclesiastically Trent is a suifragan see of the archbishopric of Salzburg.
Opposite the railway station a statue of Dante was erected in 1896, for he is believed to have visited this region about 3o~.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /T/TR/TRENT.htm   (409 words)

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These regions, as well as the adjoining Archbishopric of Salzburg were in continuous opposition to the government and the nobility ever since the Stara Prawa, and the Reformation doctrines found there a fertile soil.
The city of Salzburg, supported by the peasants and the pitmen, had been in controversy with the Archbishop since 1522 over city privileges and the freedom of religious practice.
Although the government succeeded in placating some of the insurgents with false promises, the bulk of them remained together and united with the Salzburg peasants, so that the entire region of Salzburg and the major part of Upper Austria, Styria, Carinthia and Camiola were in the hands of the peasants and pitmen.
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 Christmas in Salzburg & Linz 2005-Austria Travel Guided Tours.
Karin is specializing in Austrian cuisine and she will take pride in showing you true culinary Salzburg adventures as well as preparing a special traditional Salzburg Christmas dinner for you in a private home amidst candles, fruit, handmade ornaments and a traditionally decorated Salzburg Christmas tree.
Salzburg has a proud heritage as the capital and residential city of an ecclesiastical principality.
The establishment of the Salzburg Festival in 1920 was a decisive step towards the burgeoning of the city.
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 Welcome to Residenzgalerie Salzburg :: www.residenzgalerie.at ::
At the age of 20, he left the archbishopric of Salzburg for 13 years to study in Venice in the studio of Carl Loth (1632- 1698), an artist of German extraction.
This painting at the Residenzgalerie Salzburg is an oil sketch (modello) for the principal altarpiece in the east transept of the Kollegienkirche in Salzburg, built by Johann Bernhard Fischer von Erlach (1656- 1723) between 1696 and 1707.
In response to an outbreak of the plague epidemic in the city of Salzburg, processions are held and Holy Communion is administered following the example of St. Charles Borromeo.
www.residenzgalerie.at /en/WE411_2.htm   (424 words)

 The Arno Trail - 1200 Years of History
The Arno Trail was established to celebrate 1200 years of the archbishopric of Salzburg.
The trail starts in the city of Salzburg in front of the cathedral and leads hikers up the fortress and from there to the pilgrimage church Maria Dürrnberg on the Dürrnberg near Hallein.
Our hostel in Salzburg is conveniently located in a park-like area and only 5 min from the cathedral in the city center.
www.jfgh.at /1082.htm   (541 words)

 Glenn Loney's Museum Notes
Salzburg stood at a nexus of trade-routes East and West and North and South.
Kronbichler, Dommuseum zu Salzburg, Kapitelplatz 6, A-5020 Salzburg, Austria.
Salzburg’s famed Festival began rather modestly, though the contributions of the dynamic director Max Reinhardt did much to win it initial attention.
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He was an important advisor to Cardinal Lang of Salzburg on matters of religion and Catholic Church reform.
He served the last ten years of his life as the Bishop of Chiemsee (a diocese about half way between Munich and Salzburg) within the realm of the Archbishop of Salzburg, Cardinal Mattaus Lang.
All this religious turmoil led to the Peasant's War and the peasant's three month siege of the high fortress of Salzburg (Rem was inside the fortress for those three months).
www.cba.hawaii.edu /remus/genes/Bavaria/bishoprem.htm   (667 words)

 The Old Residence on the Residence Square in Salzburg
It was from here that the prince archbishops of Salzburg ruled the archbishopric of Salzburg into the nineteenth century.
The Knights' Hall was where Emperor Franz I accepted the homage and oath of fealty of the city of Salzburg on 1 May 1816, marking an important milestone in the history of Salzburg: from then on, the former archbishopric was part of Austria.
The Carolino Augusteum Museum in Salzburg is named after her; she was one of its most generous benefactors.
www.gasthofschorn.at /en/residenz.shtml   (697 words)

 Articles - Ferdinand III, Grand Duke of Tuscany   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
Ferdinand succeeded his father as Grand Duke of Tuscany in 1790, and ruled in Tuscany until 1801, when he was forced by Bonaparte to give up Tuscany to the Bourbons of Parma, who turned it into the Kingdom of Etruria.
Ferdinand was compensated by being given the secularized lands of the Archbishopric of Salzburg and several other ecclesiastical princes in Germany, and was made a Prince-elector of the Holy Roman Emperor.
By the Treaty of Pressburg of 1805, Ferdinand was made to give up Salzburg, which was annexed by his brother, the Emperor of Austria, and instead became Duke of Würzburg, a new state created for him from the old Bishopric of Würzburg.
www.wathcesa.com /articles/Ferdinand_III_of_Tuscany   (220 words)

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The resulting organization is as follows: the Aquileian patriarchate is responsible for the territory to the south of the Drave River, the bishop of Salzburg (see also 798) is responsible for the territory between the Drave and the Rába River (i.
Luitpold, Teotmar (the bishop of Salzburg), Udo (the bishop of Freising), Sacharias (the bishop of Säben) and many Bavarian counts die in these battles (especially on July 4).
The reason for pope’s hesitation has been that Pannonia was already under the control of the archbishop of Salzburg, the bishop of Passau (Wiener Wald), the Aquileian patriarch (between the Drave and the Sava rivers) and partly the Bulgarians (they have conquered Sirmium in 827/828).
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 Walled Towns Friendship Circle
Radstadt - "the old town in the mountains" - lies in the Upper Enns valley, 55 kilometres south of Salzburg, in an area of Celtic and Roman settlement.
The first mention of Radstadt dates back as far back as 1074 and it was recognised as a town in 1289 - the only town in the mountains in the Archbishopric of Salzburg.
The thirteenth century walls are of unique symmetrical design and include three watch towers, Hexen, Teich and Kapuzinerturm, built between 1527 and 1535 and all in a good state of preservation.
www.walledtowns.com /wtfc/towninfo/austria/radstadt.html   (399 words)

 Antique, old, rare and historic Maps & Prints of Salzburg and Kaernten (Carinthia), Salzburg & Carinthiae, Mercator, ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
Antique, old, rare and historic Maps & Prints of Salzburg and Kaernten (Carinthia), Salzburg & Carinthiae, Mercator, G., Saltzburg archiepiscopatus cum ducatu Carinthiae., Amsterdam, I.E. Cloppenburgh, 1630.
The Cloppenburg edition was continued for a couple of years but seems to have been suppressed after 1636...
Decorative map of the archbishopric of Salzburg and the cuchy of Carinthia (Kaernten), with many place names of small towns and villages, rivers, mountains, woods are shown as well.
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 Habsburg Monarchy - Balkans   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-07)
The Napoleonic Wars caused disruptions where many parts of the Hereditary lands were lost, but all these, along with the former Archbishopric of Salzburg, which had previously been temporarily annexed between 1805 and 1809, were recovered at the peace in 1815.
While exiled from Tuscany, this line ruled at Salzburg from 1803 to 1805, and in Würzburg from 1805 to 1814.
Another line ruled the Vörlande from 1803 to 1805, and Modena from 1814 to 1859, while Empress Marie Louise, Napoleon's second wife and the daughter of Austrian Emperor Francis, ruled over the Duchy of Parma between 1814 and 1847.
www.balkans.eu.com /wiki/index.php?title=Habsburg_Monarchy   (1358 words)

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