(Inšpruk outdated or Inomostí, Latin Oenipontum) is the capital of the Austrian province of Tyrol. It is located in the Inn valley, in the immediate foothills of the Alps, about 30 km north odBrennerského Pass, the easiest way to Italy. In the immediate vicinity of the high mountains, na Sever Hafelekar (2334 m) and on the south Serles (2718 m).
The name is composed of German names of the Inn River bridge Brücke, therefore means bridge over the River Inn. Innsbruck is the fifth largest city in Austria (s 118 000 residents, after Vienna, Graz, Linz aSalzburgu). In urban agglomeration live about Innsbruck 165 000 resident. Innsbruck has a university and other universities, is the seat of a bishop and a popular destination for tourists and skiers.
- The Golden Roof (Golden Roof), Late Gothic oriel Emperor Maximilian I. z let 1497-1500
- Baroque dome of St. James from years 1717-1724 on the site of an older church from 12. century
- Imperial Palace (Hofburg) associated with court church (Hofkirche) crossed Emperor Maximilian I. Habsburg as the headquarters and residence one year ago 1500, Lock the park was expanded in the late Baroque style around 1760.
- Court church (Hofkirche), Renaissance triple nave had set up his residence when Emperor Maximilian I., within its marble mausoleum with wrought iron grilles, surrounded by bronze statues standing Roman emperors from Charlemagne, through conquest of the Holy Land to the Habsburg rulers and their wives. Unique Renaissance sculptural work comes from the metal casting workshop of the sculptor Hans Vischer younger Nuremberg.
- The old house, Baroque building from 1725-1728
- Stone Plague Column of the Holy. Anna in Baroque style modeled C. Benedetti roku 1706
- Wilten Premonstratensian monastery with a baroque church of years 1751-1756 Built on the site of an early Christian church 5. century Romanesque monastery of 12. century
- Ambras Renaissance chateau built the Archduke Ferdinand of Tyrol on a hill southeast of the city, přensel his art collection from Křivoklátu, which it still resides under the administration of the Vienna art history museum
- Lift leads from the city to Hungerburg and over 1800 m long.
- Bergisel ski jump was built for the Winter Olympics year 1964, the jumper on it Dalibor Motejlek received only (bronze) medal for the Czech Olympic Team; Today it is known from the bridge of the annual Four Hills Tournament.
A panoramic view of the city from the Town Hall Tower
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