A map and views of Salzburg, shortly before the coming of the railways and the growth of tourism.
A map and views of Salzburg, created in 1841 by Georg Mayr. The Napoleonic Wars and three years of famine had left Salzburg impoverished – the composer Franz Schubert, on a visit in 1825, was particularly struck by the many abandoned buildings and absence of people in the streets – but by the 1840s the city’s fortunes were improving, with the advent of tourism and the arrival of the railway in 1860.
Original Size: 40 x 41 cms
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