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To get up to the convert you have to climb a number of stairs but it was worth it to see the convert and surrounding area. Make sure you have some change to light up the area at the back of the church to see...More
Walking down the hill from the fortress I followed the path round and came across Nonnberg. The door required some pulling to open but once inside I was the only person there for around 10 minutes - its a nice quiet reflective chapel right next...More
This of course is one of the settings in the Sound of Music move, and it is sill just as beautiful as it was during the movie. There is a quiet cemetery for the nuns that is seen in the movie and as we sat...More
My family wanted to make the trek to the abbey, so we did. There is not much to see. We saw the gates and the courtyard from the movie. The inside of the church is beautiful. There are very old paintings that you cannot see...More
This church is a decent walk from the old town. It is one of the few gothic churches in Salzburg and belongs to the oldest nun convent in Austria. It is still a working convent. The church is nice, but not really particular. Furthermore, if...More
Lots of stairs but worth the walk! Even with a sprained ankle I pushed myself I had to see where Maria went! I went early evening, it didn't disappoint, Sound of Music memories came flooding through while walking around.
This is the Abby that was used in The Sound of Music. You can walk around the outside and go into the small church. I was hoping to be able to enter the courtyard where the nuns were singing "How do you solve a problem...More