The Salzburg Baroque Museum is located on the north side of the Salzach river, built into the southern wing of the Orangery in Mirabell Palace. The collection was donated to the city of Salzburg by Dr Kurt and Else Rossacher in the early 1970s on the condition that it be on open display to the public.
The museum dedicates itself to the "Birth of an Artwork". It houses various designs and sketches of well known artwork by artists such as Rubens, Algardi and Maffei. For art lovers, it is interesting to see these sketches and comparing them to the finished products, which are in some cases, some of the worls most famous paintings.
The Salzburg Baroque Museum is another one of the many Salzburg attractions that is included on the Salzburg Card.
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