A stroll by the banks of the Salzach River in Salzburg, Austria, is a popular Sunday pastime. Families, couples and people seeking some alone time take advantage of the picturesque pathways alongside the water. Beautiful vistas surround you in every direction and there are no shortage of pretty bridges to take you from side to side or serve as an ideal spot to photograph the scenery. Leaving the old town and striking Hohensalzburg Fortress behind me, I headed towards the Mullner Steg bridge. From there I climbed up the Monchsberg Hill where I was rewarded with a beautiful view of the city. On the left of the picture are the red roof and spire of the late gothic style Mulln Church, completed in 1453.
April 25th, 2016
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