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TiMB Tables. Informatioa bb to the departure of traiua- 
iteamboBtB, and diligences is soldora to be relied npon un- 
less obtBined from local Bources. The best Austrian tiino- 
tables are contained in tlie OesUrreichimhes Karsbiich, whicli 
appears at Vienna ten times annual!}' (1 A'. 40 h.). 

Distances by road are gi?eD approximately in Euglisb 
miles; but in the case of mountain -excnreions they are ex- 
preaeed by the time in which they can be accomplished bv 
average walkers. Heiohts are given la English feet [I Eogl. 
ft. = 0,3048 mitre), and the Populations from data furnished 
by the most recent census. 

Hotels. The Editor haa endeavoured to enumerate, not 
only the firat-class hotels, but also others of a less pretending 
kind, which may be safely selected by the 'voyageur en gar- 
Qoo', with little SBcrilice of comfort and great saving ofes- 
penaitnre. The asterisks indicate those hotels which the 
Editor has reason to believe to be provided with the comforts 
and conveaiences expected in an up-to-date establishment. 
and also to be well-managed and with a reasonable scale of 
charges. Houses of a more modest ohsraoter, when good of 
their class, are described as 'fair' or 'very fair'. At the same 
time the Editor dooa not doubt that cnmfoitable accommoda- 
tion may often be obtained at hotels which he has not starred 
or even mentioned. Hotel-charge s, as well as carriage- fares 
and fees to guides, are liablo to frequent variation, and gener- 
ally have aatrong upward tendency; but these items, as stated 
in the Handbook either from the pursonal experience of the 
Editor or from data furnished by numerous correspondents, 
will at least afford the traveller an approximate idea of IjIs 

To hotel-keepers, tradesmen, and others the Editor begs 
to intimate that a ohara^iter for fair dealing towards irAv- 
oilers is the sole passport to his commendation, and that 
advertisements of every kind are strictly excluded from his 
Handbooks. Hotel-keepers are also warned against persons 
representing themselves as agents for Baedeker's Handbooks, 



]. Lsngqag«. Uoney 

U. Pusiiorti aud CuGlam QouEC lU 

III. ConvevinceJ »U1 

IV. Cyi'.ling ii» 

V. IlalelE. ResUiuaiibi. Cafe's i<l 

VI, Post and Teleguiph OfUre* ntU 

R.JUIU I- ViemiK and its Eaviiont. 

1. Viemi. 1 

1. The Inner at; lod liieRlng-9trwae 14 

II. The Outer DiatricU 63 

2. EuviroKiof Vienn» 76 

n. Opper and Lower Aiutria, Saldiknutiergnt, wid SalEbaig. 

3. From Vionm lo I.lni 83 

4. The Dinobe from Pasiau to Vienna 88 

KFiom Linz to Ssb.buig. Attereee and Moiidiee 94 
Ftow Ssblmig to Ischl, AbMfiee. Schifberg 103 | 
From Attnang to Ischl Aod AufKfo. SalElaoicaergiit . . . 1" 
From IschI to HilUlatI, «Dd to Galling iti Qoaau .... 1 
From Salzburg to Beicbtetgaden. Kfiniga-See. From 
Bcrchtcsgoden to Saaireldon 112 J 

10. FtoiD Saliborg 10 Innsbruck ril Zell am See 

11. The GiEtetn Valley 

12. From Zell un See lo Ktlmml. I'ppcr Plnigau 

13. Innibrack and Environc 

14. From InnsbrQck to Salzbnrg tii Kureteiii «n<l llDeouheim. 
"". From Btegenz to lunabtuck. The Ailberg Iteilwa/ . . . 

. Fjom Innabiuck !« Bot^eo by the Brenner 

g. From Botien to Meran 

. From Landerlc tg Meran. Finite rraCiM 

19. From EfTi to Cxilico on the tiike of Como. Stelvio Pui . 

W. From HftBen to Verona 

Jl. From Mori to Biia. LagodiGatda ll>4 I 

'■I'l From Ftuizeiufesle to VlUach. Pubertal II*T I 

';'i. From Tobiaeh to ButluQo. Val Ampeuo 

IT. StTTia, Cmrinthift, Carniolo, and latrin. 
i From Vienna to Gr*u . 

'.^~>. From Miinzuschlag to HarinteU and Biuck on the Mat 
■ik, From Uni Ut 9i. Hlchatl tU Sl«]rt 


TiUB Ta^lrs. Information as to the departure of trnifl 
^ B team boats, and diligences is eeldoni to be relied upon ^ 
lesa obtained from local sonrcee. The best Atiatrina tim 
tftbtes are contaisod in the Oeslerreichischea Kwrsbuck, which 
appears at Vienna ten times annually (1 A'. 40 h.). 

Distances b; road ara given approximately in Eng'Hsh 
miles; but in the case of in oun tain -excursions they ara ex- 
pressed by the time in which they can be aocomplished by 
average walkers. Heights are given in English feet (I Engl. 
ft. = (1,31)48 m6trD), and the Populations from data furnished 
by the most recent census. 

IIoTELS. The Editor has endearourod to enumerate, not 
only the first-clasa hotels, but also others of a loss pretendlbg 
kind, which maybe safely selected by the 'voyagour engar- 
qoq', with little sacrifice of comfort and great saving ofox- 
pendicure. The asterisks indicate those hotels which the 
Editor has reason to believe to be provided with the comforts 
and couvenionces expected in an np-tO'date ostablishuent. 
and also to be well -managed and with a reasonable scale of 
charges. Honses of a more modest eharacter, when good of 
their class, are described as 'fair' or 'very fair'. At the same 
time the Editor does not doubt that comfortable a ooomioDds- 
tloD may often be obtained at hotels which he has not starred 
or even montionod. Dotel-chargeB, as well as carriage- fares 
and fees to guides, are liable to froquent variation, and gener- 
ally have astrong upward tendency; but these items, as stated 
in the Handbook either from the personal experience of the 
Editor or from data furnished by numerous correspondents, 
will at least afford the traveller an approximate idea of his 
expend itnre. 

To ho I el-keepers, tradesmen, and others the Editor begs 
to intimate that a chai'acter for fair dealing towards tMv- 
uUers is the sole passport to his commendation, and that 
advertisements of every kind are strictly cxclndeii from his 
Handbooks. Hotel-keepers are also warned against persons 
representing themBoives as agents for Baedeker's Handbooks. 


^■L Ltngiiago. Honey xt I 

^^K FwapoiU &ud Cuelou Qauao *" 1 

^K ConTevtiicPr illtl 

^K, Uyi'liiig stv I 

By. HoCeta. Rcetaurixils. CilMs xvl I 

^n. Pait tnd Tclegiitph Offlces xvlif I 

^^Lla !■ TiBnna uid Ita EiiTiia&l. I 

^Evienii* 11 

^H L llie Inner Cltr and Mie Itinp-Struse 14 I 

^V II. The Outer DigtricU 63 I 

^m. Knrtroiu of Vianns 78 I 

n. Uppar >nd Lowgt Anitria, Balckamlneigiit, and Bolibnrg. I 

3. From Vienna to Lini 83 I 

4- The Danuba from Pussau to Vienna 88. 1 

[}. From Llnz to SoL'.burf. AHersee and Mondeco Eli.l 

6. From Saixburg lo Ischl. Aberscc. Sohnnicrg 103 I 

T, From Atiiiang to Isctil Slid AuE«ea. ^BUknaiDiergut . . , 106 1 

8. From lechl to Knllstitt, and to Galling viiOoeau . ... 110 I 

9. From Saliburg to Berchtaagidon, KOnlga-Sce, ProDi fl 
Bcrchteigodcn to Sanlfeldon 112 1 

10. From Ssliburg (0 Innebruck tIE KelUm Beo 117 1 

11. The OnBlelH Valler 122-1 

12. From Zcll tux Sea to Krimml. llppcr Piiiigiu 126 I 

m. Tyrol. I 

13. Iimabruck nnd Environs 128 I 

14. From Innsbruck to Sniibarg illl KulBtoln mil llDEuiihulni. ISi I 
1I>. Fram Dregenz to Innsbruck. The Ailberg Railway . . , 137 I 

Id. From Inn«biucli to Botiti^Q by the Brenner 143'l 

IT. From Botzon to Mersn 150 J 

iH. From I^ndcrli to Meran. Flngteimdnz 164 I 

19. From Eyra to Colieo on the Lake of Como. Steivio Pass . 166 1 

•20. From Botzen lo Verona 160 I 

21. From Mori to Kiva. Lago dl Qarda 164 1 

32. From PtuizensfizalG to Vlllach. Pnatertil 167 1 

'^3. From Tobiacb to Bellano. Val Anipezio 170. 1 

IT. Styria, Cuinthia, Carniola, and IitrU. I 

' 1 From Vinnna to Orate 173 I 

■2^i. From Uiirzzuachlag to MarUiclUnd Btuckon the Hur . 177 I 

■li. From Urn to .^t. HIchael «U Sutjrt 181 J 


Route Page 

27. Gratz and Environs 184 

28. From Gratz to Trieste 189 

29. From Marburg to Villach 195 

30. From Laibach to Villach 199 

31. From Brack to ViUach and Udine 200 

32. Trieste 204 

33. From Trieste to Villach. Isonzo Valley 208 

34. From St. Peter to Abbazla and Fiume 209 

35. From TriiBSte to Pola and Fiume 211 

V. Bohemia and Moravia. 

Introductory Remarks 216 

36. Prague 217 

37. From Dresden to Prague . . . = 231 

38. From Aussig to Komotau via Teplitz 233 

39. From Prague to Franzensbad via Carlsbad and Eger . . . 238 

40. Carlsbad and Environs 242 

41 . From Prague to Furth (Nuremberg, Munich) 247 

42. From Eger to Vienna vlll Marienbad 250 

43. From Dresden to Vienna vi& Tetschen and Tglau .... 255 

44. From Prague to Vienna via Brunn 2G0 

a. Via Lundenburg 260^ 

b. ViH Grussbach 2( 5 

45. From Prague to Vienna via Gmiind 265 

46. From Prague to Breslau 266 

a. Via Mittelwalde 266 

b. ViaHalbstadt 268 

47. From Pardubitz to Zittau 269 

48. From Vienna to Breslau 272 

VI. Oalicia and the Bukowina. 

Introductory Remarks 276 

49. From Vienna to Cracow 270 

50. From Cracow to Lemberg and Czernowitz 282 

51. From Stanislau to Dzieditz vik Stryj, Neu-Zagorz, and 

Saybusch 287 

VIL Dalmatia. 

Introductory Remarks 289 

52. From (Trieste) Pola or Fiume to Spalato by Sea . . . . 293 

53. Spalato and Environs 297 

54. From Spalato to C&ttaio. The S. Dalmatian Islands . . 302 

55. Excursion to Montenegro 311 

YIII. Hungary, Croatia, and Slavonia. 
Introductory Remarks 318 

56. From Vienna to Budapest vii Marchegg 321 

57. FrOBi Vieans W Endapuat rii Brock aud Nau-Siuiiy . , H^ ] 

58. The Danube from Vienna to Budapest 

59. Budapest and its Environs 

60. From Budapest to Ruttka (Oderbarg) 

61. From Hndspeat to Kaachan and Eperjes 

62. From ProsBburg to Zaoliia [Oderberg). Wang Valley . 
1)3, From Oderberg to Kaachau 

64. The Uohe Tatra 

65. From RsBthau to Marmaroi-Sziget 

RG. From Budapest to Miskoloz vii Delireciin 

G7. From FQIek to Banrfie, Dohschftil, and Miskolcx . . 

■Its. From Dcbreciiii to MarmsroE-.Sziget 

69. From Budapeat to Klausenbnrg Kii Qrosgwardflin 

70. From arouanardein toEsseggand vniany 37&.| 

71. The Danube from Budapest to OrBova. Belgrade. . 
7!. From Bndapeat *;i Temesvit to OrEOva-VerdoroM, j 

to haiii 

"3. From Budapest to Belgrade 

74. From Tieiina to MobAcs vis Nagy-Kaiiksa .... 

Tri. From Budapest to Qtatr. vii Raab 

76. From Budapest to Pragerbor [Trieste) 

77. Fiom Budapesh tdj Fiiime via Doubovnr aiiil Agram 

IZ. Truiiylvania. 

Introductory Komsrks 104 I 

7a, From RIauionburg to Biltritz. . .. - 

79. Ftom KUusenbarg to Bermannatadt and Klunstadt . . . 4071 

^ Kronsladt and Environs 411'j 

-I. Prom Arad to HermsiinBtadt , 

-"J.. Hermannstadt and ICnvicnna 

:- i. From Hermannstadt to Fogaraa 

t. From Kronstadt to Bucbaiest via Predcal 

Z, Bosnia and the EeneKOvina. 

Introductory Remarks 

t45. From Agiam or Budapest to Bosnisub-ltTod and Sar£jcv 

.•*il. From Satijevo to Mostar and MelkoviiJ 433 ( 

-^T. From Sarajevo to Goralda and Plevlje, and bauk to , 

lijBvo Yii Priepolje and Visegrad 

c«. From Siasek to Novi and Bsiijaluka, and to Tracnik < 


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The BiviBi 

, TBB OlTITAL Aija, A 


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Flaiu of Towni. 

BlUDIt (p. 880)1 

-■-UMT (p. 33 

lOEN, near VitnD.i (p. BIJj B.l- 

' (p. "Xlh BUtfHllILIlT (p. 124); 
rTll.J» (p. aiij; i-SAVOW (p. aiWi 
(p. a*l)( 0«T«8 (p, 131)1 

Ohdhdu (p. lOGj, Obati (p. tSl}; HnauHBtADr (p. 1%>): I^isuudok 

IV.iaB)lUaHL(p. 10B))lfL>UEllFDtIl(p. mjtKLlDSESUCKI (p-KUJl EsDH- 

■UDi [p. UlJjfLusiocma (p. BO); LiiiaEso(p.Se3); Lm In. BS), kiutN- 
■io |p.aaav Hbbis (p.lSOj, Pou (p. 313)1 I*«ioo«(,aifli Paa*!- 

1 (p. 9fl)j 

. (p. i)i vu 


I, Language. Honey. Fasepoiti, 
Lanouaqb. Pot trsTcUera purposing to eipli 
te of Austria > slight acqiiaiiitiiiicc with German is very desirable : 
tiDt those wbu do not deTisls from the beaten trsck will gsner&llf 
fln'l that English or Fiench Is spoken at (he prineiiial hotels and the 
usual public lesorts. A few remarkE on the Puliah, Iluiigarlsit, and 
StaVDili'i latiguagCB, which may be useful to traTellers in the E. and. 
S, proTlnces of Austria, are given on pp. 275, 320, and 1?8. 

MosET. The new Anatrian monetary unit Is the Crown (Krone) 
^ 100 Hillir, tn terms of wbich the railways, custom-houses, 
bankers, eta,, state their charges. But In ordinary buBiueea leckon- 
tngg are Btlll frequently made In the old Flnrlnl (Btilden) and 
Kreuteri (i Oorln = 100 kreiiier = 1 crowns ; 1 kreuzer = 2hcl!er). 
Tbc current silver coins are pieoes of 6, 2, 1 crown ^ in nickel there 
sre 10 and 20 heller pieces, and lo bronia 2 and 1 heller pieces. 
In gold there are pieces of 10 and 20 crowns, betides the gold 
llorin or Gulden [now rare; i gold gulden = 10 tranni), Large 
sums are paid In govomuient notes (10 and 20 K.) or bank'notes 
(!iO, 100, and 1001) K.). Tbe average rate of exchange for a snvorelgn 
(or a German gold piece oClO marks) U 24 A'., and for a Napoleon 
lO'/tf. Those who desire lo convert considerable sums intoAusttiui 
riiiles should be cueful to employ respectable hankers or money- 
rhangersi and they will effect the exchange to better advantage il 
tlic principal towns of Auetria itself than at Munich or other lowiwi] 
in Germany, Those who travel with large suibs sbonld be provided 
with English drculai notce, In preference to bank-notes or gold, as, 
if lost, their calne i) recoverable. Amerienn travellers luay also And 
lliu cheques Issued by the American Express Co. convenient. 

Travellers who propose to visit Servia will And a shorty iccouut 
of the Setvian cnrroncy under Bolgrade at p. 38t. The KoDmsnian 
riirroncy is simitar, francs being called Ltl and centimes Sonl, 
Money In Bosnia, sec p. 426; in Montenegro, see p. 313. 

It may be stated genenlly that travelling in Austria, except tha 
large cities and the fseblonable healtli-Tesorts, la less expensive than' 
in most other parts of Europe. The pedestrian of moderate require^ 
ments, and tolerably proficient in the language, my, by avoiding 
the beaten track as much as possible, sucseed In limiting his exf en- 
dltutfl lo 6-8*. per dlemg but the ti»veller who ptefeil ' ■"""" ' 


imlkliig, freqnenlB holeU or the highest class, snil Tequlres the shi- 

yIms of gniiiea and (■ommlsston«lrc», most be prepared to expend 

»t least 26-30.. duly. 

L Passposts are not absolutely necessary In Anstria; but they are 

I fometliiiea culled for In order to prove the identity of the traveller, 

I tiiey are not unfrequently seniceabte in procnrlng admission to col- 

1 lections, and they must be presented at the post-oifice beroie the 

traveller can obtain delivery of registered letters. ~ For Servia and 

ilonmania paEsporCe are indispensable (aee pp. 381, 404). 

Foref^n OfBce paiiparta nt; be nbtalned In LondOD (braonb (7. Siitii'i 
amt flon, SB CLsrine Croeti Shu, iUI Wwt Slrand; S. Sl/m/ord, 30 tVick 
apur StreEt, CliariDgCrDii; W.J.Adami, 5!) Etei^l Struet (oliaree 2i.,' uent'i 
tea U. 6d.). 

CvBTOM HouaB formalities are now almost everywhere lenlonl. 

As a rule, however, attiijles purphaaed during the Journey, whliih are 

not destined for personal use, should be dealared at the frontier. At 

'le Austrian frontier playing-cards, ulm»nackB, and Eealed letters 

'e liable to nonQscation. Tobacco and cigars, the sale of whluh in 

I Austria is a monopoly of government, are liable to a duty of about 

I 11 K. per pound. According to the strict rule, one onnce of tobncco 

\ tnd 10 cigars only are exempt from duty. Cycles, see p. xiv, — The 

I keys should be sent along with nil luggage forwarded In advance, 

II. Season and FUn of Toar. 

The Anslria-HuiigarUn monarchy covers an area of 118,840 

I «|uaie miloe [exclusive of Bosnia and the Uuczegavina'l, with a 

Ifapulatioii of 43,405,000 (^26,151,000 In Austria. 19,234,000 in 

' HuugaTy), of whom 79per cent in Austria and Blpetcent inlloiigary 

*re Roman Cathollra. In IBOO there were 9,171,000 Oermans in 

Austria and 2,135,000 in Hungary, 15,690,000 Sljtm in Austria and 

5,180,000 in Hungary, and 8,742,000 Idanijart In Bungary. Four 

llftliG ot the eountry Is mountaiiiDUs. 

Tlie beat time for a visit to Yieuna or Budapest is between Ihe 

[ middle of April and the middle of June, and in autumn. During 

I the hot summer months most of the well-to-do inhabitants leave 

Ltown and most of the theatres and other places of amoseinent are 

^closed. The health-resorts ace frequented from early spring, and at 

the height of the summer are generally crowded and f orrespondingly 

expensive. For asuents in the German Alps. t!ie Hohe Tatra, and 

the Tnusylvanian Carpathians the best time is from the middle of 

Jaly till the middle of September; for walking tonis and for tbt? 

Soiitbeni Alps May, June and September aru preferable. Com]'. 

llso for Dalmatia p. 292, for Bosnia p. 423. 

Among the moallnlannlliispDiDli In Aiutria-Hnn^ar; are Iberonootii; 

iQlbeAHDUDDI^HIOF AUBTKU, 3 ILZ KAHHEHe CT, and Sii.zBuaa : Visiii^ii 

(p. i)i LIni (p. Fie), (he DanDbatroni Lini (or P.iiBiLn) l<i Vienna (a. 4;j 


KUbb (^ tlS)t Sen as Sh u4 raalivH Q>. |90): Ikt Oulfta Tklltyl 

im-tni_SHBiBl(B.I4)iBulIabl,SckK*berf.lluaijs&B«B«riBt(B.30. I 

1b Ttbo. : bubneb ud earini» (it. tn): AAcuh ((<- ISDi .""' - * 

tal (K. ITIi KiWuhhtT H.VI (p. US)i Sobc Sdr* (il 19)-, Ibc X. 

Pui tB- ISi 1^ 'i Gu4k [B. S)j Ourliu (p. ITf) 

Ib Snui. Cuiimi, Ctiuiuu. ui4 tnwi: iutetr Ip. llSli KuSa- I 
uU (p. IIS); Ki»Ben (r. Vai: Qt^iatr Ip. tSDt OtU> (K. SS)i A«<;»- | 
tcre GiHti. (p. <9)i Su CatiH Ip. 191); Dchnlftk (p. U4l TTterM I 
C&. U)i AbbuiA (B. 210)1 Polo (p. !i!) I 

!■ B«ni4, aouru, ud Ciucia: Yiinc (K. U); ArhncloBflcto I 
B«T Aavii (p. 393]! BudcBhKl. ()>, IH) ud Te>*ck>a (f. KB): ThiIW I 
(p. UUi ^«fc<)>d°rr ud Adentucl rwlts ( ~" -.-—--.--- — ■ 
(r<ir dcttiU Ke B^dthr'm ifBr^n Sfr_«B>. I 


p. 137. 

e p. S17 rrnafytn 

nL C0I1T*7BB0M. 

IUii.T»T Tkaveujuo in Anstri* tnd Hunpiy U less eippnsii 
ibui in most olber irnls of Eotope, uid the curik^^E ire fienerally 
c[ein and comfonabtf fitted up. The Kcond-clus curii^i. provided 
viih spriBg-eeus, ire BumetiBea neulf u good u ibDse of the first 
cUes in Eogluid. Smoldng ii tllowed in all die canii^es, except 
llioGe 'Fur Nicbtnacliu* uid the coupes for lidieiv CorridoT'OuDa • 
niD on most of the main lines of the .^tate Railvay. and the lone J 
>li)!Unce eiprcMCi oiaallf hiTe restaimnlctrs oc sleeping can. Tb»9 
speed Beldain exceeds 25 H. per hooi, ind u (he railwkfi a 
generally well organised and under iha lupervision of government, 1 
■ccideDU are happily rare. No one ix admitted In the plutfannTithoot 
either a nilwiy-ticket or a platform-ticket (BaAni^i!lt<irl<;. Dand- 
lugg>^ i« tree, but the heavier luggage must be booked, and a ticket 
procured for it; and this being done, the traveller need be under no 
appteheoiioo, as it will be kept in safe cuflodf at its destinati 
uodl he presents his ticket. When a frontier has to be crossed tlib | 
tjsvetler Is strongly recommended to tee his lug;gage cleared at ' 
cuEtom-hoQsa in peison. 

The enonooiu ■dgbl of llie Imnk. used bj ionie IraveDMi nul 
rifqanllT inflict. ,tIl■^a^ iBJoiy on the tidWI Mat njlwar porten 
hATfl ro basdle lliaa. Travellen ar« thvivTorc UT^cd lo piura Ibeir hvary 
article* in Ihc *BinaJI<r packavu and tbiu miBimiKe Ibe <riJ ■• ^r u 

Railway time tbroDgboat Austria, HnngarT, and Series Is that of 
'Mid-Europe', which is one hoar in advance of Greenwich time. 
RoDmania observes 'Eajiem Europe' time, which i; one hour in ad- 
vance of Mid-Europe time. 

DtuoBMOM, called 'Eilaageit or ' Mollepottft' in Austria, gen- 
erally cury three passengers only, two in the inside, and one in Ihe 
eoupf. The tatter alone affords a tolerable survey of the scenery, 
and should tf poaaible be •ecoi«d. In much-frequented dlstricls it 
li fregpently engaged Eeversl dsys beforehand. The guards, who are 
^^Hl retired non-com missioned officers, sre generally well-informed , 




&nd obliglrLe. TLo usual quantity at luggage nUowed (o each pejs- 
engei by the Eltwngen ibes not eiceed SOIba., uver- weight being 
cliMged for by t»riff, PasBengers am lomelimes feqnircd to book 

» their luggaga two houra before the time of starting, or evoii on the 
jreriouB evening. — The old 'Stttttnagen' , formerly the chief mesiis 
of transit lu Tyrol, has dow been superseded by the more comtort- 
■ble Omnibus. On nearly all the chief roates Poit-Omniliuiti now 
run, with relays of horses at (he different stages. The best places 
are the cabriolet and the coup^; and travellers should secure theli 

EiTHi-PosT. The usual tariff In Austri* for a carriage and pnir 
for four persons wlih moderale logguge Is about 10 ff. per stage of 
15 kilomJ-tres (&'/a Engl. M.). For a party of four persons posting 
Is cheaper than travelling by diligence, and of course pleasanler. — 
la engaging Pbivath Cahbiaohs the stipulation should always ba 

I made that the fare Includes all lolls. ^^_ 

IV. Cyoling, ^^M 

(Coiiimonicatf il by [T. 0'lfwr«, Hansger of C. T. C. T.miiiig BiiraauT^H 
The roads of Anslrla-llnngary, on the whole, fall consideraBl^^ 
ptiort of the English standard, for the steam-rollir is anknown in 
that country. The beet are those in Tyrol and Osrinlhia, which are 
about equal in qnality to nildi) ling English roads. The further east 
one goes the worse the roads become. As a rnle, the principal roads 
In the neighbourhood of the larger towns aro in bad condition owing 
to the tralBc, and are almost inips^iable in wot weather. The roads 
in the principal Alpine valleys are often very fair and generally not 
very steep. When they lead over a pass they are motiti; rideable 
with eoinfortnp to a certain point; then comes a steep rite MIo wed 
hf a sleep pitch on the other side, and then again a moderate incline. 
Their condition is at lis worst in early spring and late aiitnmn, fur 
then Iherepairs lake place J i.e. loose, eharp edged atones are damped 
into all the holes on the surface and along the ruts; the rest ts ~ '~ 
to the ttaTfls. — In Hungary only the Hungsrian names ot pis 
appear on the guide-posts. 

The rule of the road in Austiia is aomewhat complicated. 
Styria, Upper and Lower Austria, 3alzburg, Csrnlola, Oioatia, 
tlnngiry we keep to the left, and pass to tlie right on overtaking; 
ill Carintbla, Tyrol, and the Austrian Littoral (Adriatic coa>' 
Trieste, Qorizla and Gradisca, Istrla and Dtlmstla) we keep to tl 
right and ovetlake to the left. Troops on the msrrh always keep 

I the right side of the road, so In whsb^ver part of the Empire yi 



irlans tot not absolotfly reserved for them, whicli e 
with inipiinity hy ryclibis, aliraya on ths onJerstandiDg thit they 1 
must nute way for people on fuut. On the nhole, the pollra ti 
not nearly so strict in Anslria as they are in Orriuany with regord to I 
the use otfaoCpalhs by cycliEla. Kveiy macliine must be pro'ided T 
with a lamp ; coloureil glsea is not alloweil. There Is no Hied ruls 1 
u to the boui for lighting up. It is Biifflcient to eiiov a light ahoat 

In lome loralitlea there are special laws, for Inalance wilh regard 
to Ihe ine o( oerlain ilreets by cycliata. Bnt these DiniilflpBl leg- 
aUtlone are tuo numerouB and. subject to too frequent change to 
be qaoled hero. They are moreover not applied very strictly in the 
cue of foreign lidei^. The prudeut tourist might perhaps enquire . 
locallyi especially in the larger towns, as to wlitlher there are any I 
■ueh municipal legalations in fome. | 

Oyolisis entering the Austrian Empire have la deposit a duty 
Of 60 K. (about 2^ lOi.), which is refunded when they l«Bve the 
counliy, provided the rather intricate cojiditions itated on the 
euBlonu receipt arc complied with. The tourist would do well to 
join the Cyclists' Touring Club (chief nfflfea, 47, Victoria Sireet, 
Westmlnater, London, .S.W.1, wlio^e members are, on presentation 
of the spoi'lal ticket supplied gratia by Ihe Club, exempted from 
making this ileposit. 

Blnycles accompanied by their owners are carried in all IraJna 
as passenger's Inggago. There is no free allowance of luggage on 
Ihe state-railways. Siiperfluous luggage should be eent on, pre- 
ferably a few days ahead, by parcels fofli the service ia rather slow. 

Before starting on one's journey one should prucora the neces- 
sary maps and carefully study the proposed route, endeavoniing as 
fat as passible lo so arrange it as to ride dou'n the river taileya and 
to avoid li>Dg toilsome grinds uphill. Suitable maps are aappiied 
by the OyullaM' Touring Club, and the Touring Bureau of the dub 
will always assist meinberi to planning their lours. The C. T. 0, 
iliues > Koid Boitk, In whtcb the principal Austrian roads are de- 
■eilbed. It bas concluded a great number of conlrscts with holel- 
keepers whereby its members are granted special terms and dis- 
connte, and there Is a reciprocal agreement between that body and 
the Austrian Touring Club, in virtue of whiih C. T. C. n 
entitled to the special terms arranged hy the Anstrian Club for Its j 
ewo membcra with a ^reat many hotel-keepers and others. The 'I 
Consuls or local reprcsenlattvea of both clubs are always pleased tc 
glTB advice aud asalatance to C. T. C. members, 

'ITie following c^cle-lonn will tin fi 

Virma lo er«li (123i/i M.> nmd roul); Vieniu 
NfuiDmII (SIS n.}-Whil. Keunkirfhen (1W7 n.l- 
Kl H. BumDieniig Pun ISHG n.)-S</t M- Milniui 
< 'ick u& ih. Hur (159S (i.i-ia U. anli llISi n 

" — - (™ fl.l-lT K. Eua.laill (9808 ft) 13i/t H. Hobnttneni 
• (SHifi.)-TH. Tiiinnwfg (3300fl.l-fiIiAlf. 

D (iata ti,)-io'/. 

U'ft M. Jndonbure OTS rt.J-i 
- -Bl (B130fl.|-1B: 

4>A K. Fuidil (SiSS 
SMtf la IViBll (Igi 

b (USO a) -8 H. Unnoarkt (1180 fL]- 
_. FeisskirobeB (JIQS n.MlH.ObdMluB 
e (i6H frj 6'Ailt. SLAnarS C1«M Bl-BK. 

^- -, ^uni (Ita ft.; raTi1i(in).61/, H. IlDterdin' 

Imrg (UM rtj-li H. labnnbrae [1917 ft0-36>/i M. Msri.iu'E uo ths Drtn 
{WJ flO-UVi M- «™tt (H9B fl,)-33'/iK. Bmclt on (be Mur Onie tl.)- 
By.lI.l.anbiiii(nttR.l-5V,l[. Sl.aich.el (1890 ftj-ffl M. WJfl(n85(t.J- 
17 M. Uo«Biiii.iLnnCHlBftJ-T/,ir. Lietoen («8ifl.V7M, fitelMrh r^lWR.). 

le PIBB ftJ-ITV, M. licUl(15SBfl.)-15 1LBl. OilBentiBOS fuj- 

■■' — ^■'- -^ " "lUbnrE (lasa ft.). 

Le (U!afl.)-t9'/j»l. Cilli a91!t.>«li/,». 
rg(lT93fl) 8H.P^Sw»lacl90^IM-«'^K■ 
X<l|U!lnlnVa««(?ISlI.t:Xuf>UlnflBS8fl.)'11II. iDDtbruclidBaan.)- 
— .in. Brenner (UflS rt.)-8i/,». Stanln^ (3110 R.)- ISi/iM. Hr)»-n (1831 fl.)- 
■:3B>A >■■ Botisn (8B.1 rt.]-STi/i H. Trml lUO CL}-9e K- ^> (J89 n.)-aB K, 

nrkuk U> ^imumti'uU rLSlH.I; Villacli |](l6Tn.)-2Slt.Spi»ik] ou lb« 
■>»¥« (1B18 rtJ-SS N. OI'erdriubDre POOB ft.).iJl/, M. LIcni (2ilS fl.)- 
BlP/t X. I'ublHh (dme fl.MSVc M. Bmoeok {2880 ft.|-lei/i a. FrniBenn- 
■—1(^382 ft) 

n>ni<ihiniuU(9l>/iM.) T&rvi>(?l&lfl.)-7<AiU. PredllPll9srBl^rt.t- 
_. [. Xirfreil (771 ft.)-lS ». CidUe [SM f1.)-l31/i K. Qorlaia (383 fl.j- 

[SB"/. W. Triute f.-O n,), 

T. Eatel«. BeitanraBt*. Cufia. 

Hetell. The flrst-tlsEB boteU lii llie principal towns &nd witec' 

'- tng-plsces throughaut Austria and Hungary aie generally good^ aiid 

tboueli Ibe cb&rge for iDoms ie cnrnpuniCiTety bigb (5-11) JT- or more), 

enjoys freedom from otliei dem&nds. Table d'hnte tneaJs 

III, and are moceOTei dearer tlian meals served tl U rarle 

Buallytonnocted with lie hoteL PedeBttlaiis aiid 

tiaielleiE of muderate requirements will Slid tbe Aostrian counli'> - 

inns very reasanalle, 5-6>. a day being generally Hitffldent to incliii 

Where the traveller remaine for a week or more at aholel. -.< 
Is adviaable U) pay, or at least call for hie account every two or tbrn- 
days, in order that errors may be at once delected. Verbal leck.jn- 
iligs ue objectionable. A waller's arithtaetic is faulty, and hi° 
mistakes are seldom in favour of the traveiler. It ie aleo objection- 
able to delay paying one's bill till tbe last moment, wbea eirniB 
tl wilful impositiona most be submitted l ' 
I Tealigate them. Those who Intend stu-ilng early in the 
I will do well to ask for their Milt on tbe previoos en 

iluding bo 

I £Dgliah travelleis ofleii give UDUbls by uidering things aimoa 
trnknoWQ In Auetrlsn assge; and they sie &pt Id become iiivolvei: 
ill tliepuMg owing to thsit ignuraiice of the Isogu&ge. Tbuy sbould i 
iherelare eiideavoui tu auquire enougli uf the Qeimin language ta 1 
reiuler theuiEelvea inltilligiblH tu Ibi; aervaJits, sad eliould try to ooii- 1 
lunn la furaa pouibte lo tbe bubita of the countty. FortLiH pur^u: 
Hufleker'i 'Gunverssliuu DictloiiBry' a[ul 'Tcaveller's Manual ul' Cui 
vurailiuu' will be fuanil useful. 

Seitaurantl nee Ciequelitud between 12 aud 2 far luuotmuii ai 
after 7 p.m. (or dinner, or in the laigij towns aflnr tbu Ibcati 
Huaiii tm usually served ft la oaite, seldom a prix Uxe {!)-U A',), 
fualuie of many of the Austrian reatauranta (and bocels) it li 
•QtultbiantT' or 'Hchwenane' tor the buuibier uUasei on thi- ground-- J 
floor, wliilo lliu 'HalU i Munya' oi ^8ptlie-Saai' is un the Qj-dt Quor. 1 
TLe refrebbmonla euppliud in tlitwo diftoreiil ap£iLrtn>enta are gen* I 
(.■tally the same, while theubsrges differ wiisidaEBbl)'. — 'i'bett>bl«' 
waiter ('Siiulaettl^ei:') and tlie headwaiter or 'Zshlkelluer' to whoa|.4 
payment ia made ea'dh expert a gratuity of 10-20 h. (or about 6 pe]t^ 
EeDto[thebllI),wbileD-IOb. may begivButo the 'piccolo' or waitu^l 

Sonw at Iha Analiii , 

KlDdflsLuli' »[ >Fdnea Blndflefak', boilad baef with various FiieBbb]iM,lH 
a«u»liy "ery goodi 'fiulytli'. BuDgarlan baked ni»t, popf — " -"---•- ■ 

jnalp«r>bBnle>; 'Matfoxn-Knieti', 'OBdaUsrier BplU','' 
•Hnnrai-anifin , variali»»of ilewpdIiHpfi 'Dsgulacbtti K« 
'uli 'Fitolen', beuui ■Ileurl«a HrdSpfiil', oew notaWui 
flowMi 'Knn', bowa- radii Ij, 'A.i.U% jellji 'RiiiHiP, 

hOTH-raildiitii 'Siaoklarter', snisll 
wbria are eronped under Ibe bevllnt 
.ng faYouiilB )T— ■ "-'■— "■■— 

are: 'Stnidel a 

• nd of putrr; 


m leivsd Id open bultlsi (>/• 1"'°) 
lixad wilh aaila-walur (irpVun) ut 
litit' muani •/, litre of wlna wllb '/■ 111' 

'' Cfttti are frequeuted for bieakfaat between 8 and 10 
I llie large towns they seldom «loee before 2 or 3 a.m. Beer ia 
' to be obtained and ouly eold viaodaiare provided. Thetable- 
r and tbe 'Zablmarqueur' eaeh expect 4-Gh. from a singla 

lag* wltli aadti ^^^ 

ty «l auda-wuer. ^^H 
10 a.m., wbilq^H 
iia.m. Beeria^H 
led. Th»uble-^^| 
from a siiigla ^^H 

KiUi wore nilk tbau M(l*e. -Tstkelut waiw'). — laa 
bM kl miifl ot lbs ctlia. 
['CoxrjHmOKKBB offer a large choiea of pastry ai 


VI, FoBt and Xslegrftph Oifloei. 

PoBTAt. Ratbb. Auatria, Hungary, and Unsnia eai^h haveposUgs 
Btumps of Iheir own. OrJinori/ Leileri wilbiii AiifltriJi-Hnngaty 
Bofini>, «na Germany, 10 ft. por 20 grainioeB (^/j m.); for foielgi 
'.onntrioa, 35 h. per 16 g»Tiiines ('/a ox-\ Reguttrtd Lttlert "iS l\ 
— ftwt Cardid ft., for abroad 10ft.; reply poat-oinia 10 am 
— Lttler Cards 6 ft. (for correBpondeiira within any one town] 
, anil 10 ft. - — StampH may be purnhasad ot most tobacOT-shopa 
Fatelguers ahonlil be careful not to put Auetrian stamps on letter 
mailed In Hungary, or vir.« verai. 

Tblhobaus. The iiharge for a telegrnm witliin AueltJa-Uungiry 
Bosuia, and Germany iaQft. per woid(_minimtim60/>.}. For eaol 
Foreign telegram a uharge of 60 ft. !a made plus tbe following ratei 
per word : Great Britain ami Ireland ^6 A. ; Belgium or Denmarl 
"■ ' France or Bulgaria IG h. ; Italy 8-16*.; Montenegro, Bou- 
mania, Serria, or Switiecland 9ft.; NetherUnda 19 h,; NonWi^ 
Huaeia or Sweden 34 ft,; Turkey 28 1. 


height aboTB the sea-lei 

dHd B4 niHrks of CI 





1. Tbe Iniier City and the Riog-Straase 

B. Church of St SUpben, Grabtn. KoL1n.Mkt, U - 
li. TliB Imperial Hofbure, 17. — c. The 8.E. Pari o( iht 
Inner City, 30. - 4. Tbe N.W. Purl «t tlie Innor City 
22. — a, TUs Ring- Slraiee, 2B. — 1, The ImpariAl Mn 

11. The Outer Dlstiicti 

DornbMh; NBnwaldftKi HetmannskoKel, T7. — Mullina 
Luienbnrg; llmiico, 73. 

hoTi PI. I, f, 21, Bl 

,11. L8o; 

5. ITufcm CWalbaltiHier: PI. I, C, D), Id XV. pJnftanB (p. 70], 8. JVant- 
Jouf- Balm^tf (PU 1; B., 2), IX. Aliargrund, Altbin-Flabi. T. AipOHg- 
HahKhvf (PI. U >', O, B), ni. tandfltiuie, KennveE. — For atntiom ui 

Uog iBku plBM al tha lUlioDt. — '^TfJton Briivli 

ww™"a']r!'ao ». tiinft'i" a Sr.), iile'sM bo™ iw" 

nl^bl t £ tOMi liwe>KcSOA.| frumMatioBiG AT, 1 
niebl 3 A-. 4(1, a K So «.), luggage BO or SO A. Bn. 

railway shnuia I 
-b to IbB iimsT ^ 
\i K.^h. lat 

nPJcle tba CI 

- TiokoW 


K PI, a. 

<r IhB I 

, niRy ba obtaiiu 

uriBl-Dracei mcit-fl 

h lyammyj and AuIiHrl 
in of Vis B 

, tbat 

IP. 14) 

Hot*l» (ciimp. PI. II p, ]4|, JaU 
(PI. II; C,t), Karnlngr-Biiie 6, E. S-BO, 

E. 4>/i-iaiA, B, 1 Jr. BO*. D- 6 ff; theie three of ft 
i-DirMpoadlBe cbaritaii-, *H6in. SacHte (PI, i; 0, tt, 
liefalnd tbe operB-bDniir, wIUi reiUnraflt (p. 2U 'HilT, B 
N..q,-r XarkI e, K, e-li, B. 1 JT, 20 ■ " - - 
llKiaH. * SD.I.I.M (PI. b; C.4), BeuB, 
•Eamrasoo C*iix (I'! f; C,4), KILml 

r tbei 



rior of Oil OUu: 'HStel Bkisii 
B. 2, lnD<:h«io 5, D- 7, pens, fro 
aiO,6), KSrntncr-EiBg 19, a, T-14, 4 
(Pl-b; 0,4,6), RanHnBr-Bing f ' 
~ " of Ibe tint clati, vit 

- - ADSuBlioer-Sllf. i 
, . 11 S.: *liaTs£ 1 

. B.a-i», B, lX.10-f£.TUV;i 
81, E, 1*, B ■ " * 

i C, 8), Weil; 

■aaae B. A. 4-in| 
iroinit A.; -i«BiIuoraHOT«L(l"l.iijB,M), i, Tel n/al 1-8 Ir, 8, 
eni-RinB, E. 1-8, B. 1 £ 10 R,, D, 4, mdj. 11-lfi Jf. ; -Hilinj. 
I. ci O, 1). 2), K/ant-JoiBf-liiial IB, B, 8-7, B. I A^. 411 
/l-le K.: *H»TKL Dl FsuDI (PI. 1; B, 3], ScllDllan-BIi 
» rPl.ltCB), SeilergMseB, K. B A. 60 Jl,-ll t, r ' " 
li I27> A", ; HStbl HoHt (PI. y; C, 3), Hioeer Jt. 
■ Auilriu, lotb EdilioB. j 

,-BIni B 
A. toil. 


1, ]t6a^■^-liK.; HStbl HGlleh (PI. Ij 0,9}, Grnben 19, well sjiolteD 
:STXBiiEiaHi3CBEn Hor (PI. m; D. 3, S), Fleischmarkt 3, cnrnur of 
enlurm-air., R. i-B S. ! KflBio vuB Unoarh (fU « ; D. 3), SohalM- 
bi the Sleplisna-PUli R. 4i/:-fl i.; -IJHOiRnoiut Bjiobk (PI. q, 
aeilerstilte 50. — Seuood-cluFi ; HflTKLWAHDL (PI. n, 0,8), Pelert- 
n.> Di BATEb Kloueib (PI. p; B 2), Kerrenguae 19) H6tbi, Ddhsi^ 
luokgiaag 1 1 Oouihb Ehie (PI. t^ b, SI, Riemsi^uae 4i H^t. Kosaobu 
■l.D,*ip,7),Htminelp/otl*BBBca5tHili. PuSTtPl, 0(D,a),FlBl8chniiirktl», 
._ 2i/i-8t.-H'iT.WKia»icsWoi.i'(Pl. riD,3),WolfengiiaaeS:Hdi. Grbhinu 
■tPl.fiiD.B), KniBei-Fprdinsoda-PlBli i, E. a-SiT. — Hitelr " — ^- -"■--- 
TUGRIISOM (PI. «-, " '• ■ ' "■ — -■ - 

- _ . ... K-SVi-U. B 

■Kdirc Haibucro (PI. II D, S}, AdlerguBS 3-, Sin. Eoi.w(, PeaUloEil 
i (PI. B, 6); E.C11. KuBeKK, KruBor-Slr. II [PI. Hi 0, i). 

SuiuTii. II. LiDpsUnidt I 
fllRt CotrriBiiiiiAi. tPl. a; D, T 

Pmler-Slr. 7, R, aff.e0».-6, B. Iff,* 
>pi (PI. c), Kbobpbii« (PI. (), Aiiperns 
„.. „_ ,„ . wilhgim 


atr. 8. — flfconi-^lMS: 0«Aiin HuIRi, KAfioSAl. {i'l. i), HfiTM 

IE (PI, <), BAtBRt»CHKit Hop, IlosAU HoiBl, »11 in Iba Tnhor^Slr. 

(e\. D, 1, 9; Hon. 18, 13. SB. Bnd tS)< HStrl d'Ath>:ieb, Pi>I«-S». 83; 

Bi.Bd«nSAmi(Pl.d,-F.l), Praler-Sir. 72; HOtbi. nu Nord, Knisor-JoHf- 

IS (PI. I, F, 3); RuiBi, DE Rdsbie, Orntie Spcrlguie 7: Kaiseberusq 
'1. C- E, 2), CIruiuguia 3 (both frequETiied by Jews). — m. Lubtriase 
- IbB B.E.I; HirlL HUHHnErA (PI. 1; F.B), PriEer-Slr. ISj Goldsb liir.-. 
<•) ud EoTtB Eaiw (PI. A], Hsupt-Sti'. «Pl.F,li Noi. 31,40)-, Gui.uiii.1. 
.ES (Fl. a.- F, ^, BBdetiky-Slr, B; HQt. Bbathix, BsntFtvEUiie 1 (PI. II, 
i), B. 3</»6 ff.> very tali; Hot. fiBLTSDEBi, LuiditiBsief Ouctol 7), n. ^r 
irsennl. — IT. Vnaim (S. lidt): IUtbi, Viotdjua. F>TarileD-Etr. II 
.-- IiE.GI, wilheardeni Oabonu Lakh (PI.4. Btadt OaDKHBDnB (PI. 'K 
8IADT Tbiest, ml in tho Wiedoner HBnpt-Bir. (PI. C, S, Mo«. 1, B, In. 
Kaiserhof, FMHikenbecSBV's 10, K- 34 A",; Kuiohuatb'b Hfli. SfiBBAiLs. 
FBTDritenStr. BS, R. 2i/r«i^, B. 1 ff. — TI. KariEhilf (S.W. ride) r Hihti. 
Kdhiiib, will fteqneoled rejlmrBnl, PiiAOB Hotei, (with ganlpn), Savoi 
BOTSL. bU m the llBriBliUrar Hiupt-SlT. {Hoe. 71s, B9, 31). — VII. Nnbu 
IW. aideji "Hiiii. IldLLEK (PI. j; A, «, BurgBMSo 2, R. a'/rCift ff. — 
Tin. iDuhtidt (W. alddjr Hutri. Hahhrhabd, Florisnigiaie 3, near thti 
ItlDg-SlFBsB?, B. ^1,-a/C. — IX. AluTBiand (N.W. side): HdT. BELtEvns, 
AlthBHEBSBB 7, HdT. FBAHE-JosEPB-BAmi, bolh by tfas FrABE-Joael SlBtloni 
VnoH, KugadorfOF-atc. S3. — XIII. Hitdins: UiEnimiRR Hop (p. 7). — 
'XV. I^llBthani: Bulewartb, lliuJBhlirer-Str. IBS; WiuBERatB, XeabBD- 
naarteiai.— XIX. sahllBR: Hdi. KAHLUsBEsaCp. 78). on the SBhlBobwe- 
[ FsBiioDB. latsrliic of tba Cltf: Ah. ExqHMU, GrAbfn, in the Pulali 
BqalWble(a-]6ff.l; fmt.OItt, SioeFr.Str.3; pan. Cmfrair, RunluBr-Str. 10; 
JVau ToUoct. EbBDdorfiti-StT. 4(7^ff.); Ana. WatMieloa, Bbandoiler-Bti. B 
■(SffJi i*tnt. PbM (Fraa Sohridl, KithauB - Sir. 30. — "■- " ""- - 

IX. Uniyer»iLa!B-Str. S 
_......^... , «.«. j-.-^H flniMA]. IS. Gap0l1lffn 

rgassB 6 (6-10 tj; 

K,)l Jfmojioi f JtfiB Xarg'Spiat), IS. GatelllgaJae 3 (7-lOi); ^» 
anftrgassBfi (6-10 tj; i%n.. ««*.r, iX. Garoisonsaaaa 3 (8-13 


-^, fi(8-ioir.)i 

JV«. />Km.aaoi.Di!,IS.Wihrfngei-Btr.33(ftnnieff.)sJ'aF». Jtwio-^m<rt«i>~. 
M. FentalKasSB B; fl™. SI. Flit, XIIl, Hieliln?8r Haupt-31r. OB (8-12 A.) 
.-_ . _.„ . . '.gir. ij pc^ lliixtur, XVIII. Haitiufi' 

U. In the Interior oC Iha Citf: 
, •Hbp/MT, K^rntner-fltp. ai, •Jfsrt- 
owrui-Riug 1; 81. JnnoAVi A*>^H 

6*aK 3; Tritll*iur StWH^-OHl, AIin«B^sse 14 (Ilnlinn .■iiisinejt 'SpaUnbrdH, 
U Ibfl Hiilel Kriinti (p. l); liSimlffir, iTiiliBiiiiesgiieie 2i (Jauii'i SMaanr, 
JolHDreigiuni iZi'BeulKliei Itaui, SlBphuia-Plali ii •^op erojim Tci6a*i- 
n/e&e. Golflscbmiedgasse 7, liy Ihe Grsbeni 'itfttuT filiir Mnd>;, with 
turttn, EuleBHinn-att. 15, flo/w Jjv'rJ, KBiser FBpainanaB-PIiili, Bt IIib 
Hdt. aoriMDU (p. 3)i CoUnc XugFl, Am Hot 11; Jniito, SnliottenEatige 1 
lHaalab bctr}; AU-PIUBiiUtr BlerllalU,V/D]lMae^; LUvmbtSii, FriLuent- 
Uloe, behind tho Burg Ttentrei ^rfrtaftallm, Pelder-Slr. 2s !Rfc*artrii«, 
Refclisril-Slr. IBi •BeUtria, Bellaris-atr. 12, i^tw, Bubs nil erg er-Str. D, 
boih nenr Ibe [inpiirlol HuiiBiun; DnHtr, Operngs^K 8, CuicAEltautr fZias J 
JHin&madlM-SiH-AomJ.Albreclm-FJiil*; ei-fln»rJn*B-, Gtiinsneer-Hlr-W;'* 
Itmlisn cuiilne, •VIcAieirr Bia-huui, NichiglCT-FIeti B, iK^tUhtrftr, 8llio» 
UriEUge 4. Ihese foar modcriUe, Bernftli, I. HnTC-Annl-Stc. C<le<Tl3li)fl 
Bulanruit in lh« FoltijBrlrfi (lee below), els. ' 

la llic Outer Cill: Sauwlrl, II. Pnlec-SlF. tH; Kagct, . 
Sir. tl; Drehtr-t BlerliaUi, III, Hsnpl-Sic. 9T, Solu ACuI, tV. Uin 
8tp. SI, Jtiim Wirlasarlm, VI. OstrBlde-llorkt S, neir Ilia TbeMer — ■ 
Wicni Zv Onldnnt Blrn, vn. HirimMICer-Str. SO, it>ailA</, Vlll, 
bureuuislfi , WrlvtrBaha, VlII. JusefiCndter-Sli. ii\ -?Hn <»n«ma> 
IX. Bens-Sir.; Jaba&amt-Sitlaiiranl, IX. WiJitltiser-Slr. 87. 

(OtaninsiD tbeonbnrbi: TivaU,S.JJ.VBldnBf; PiUtncrBier^aiU 
istiotUr-Sti. St : ear AfMnm AiuiicM, VamiorSta-Slr. I; Bit- 
be TUrkeuaEbipi P«k (p. TBI, XVill. See aleo Ilie ConeiH Garii 

• (comp. p. ivU). -BoAmu-KillB- ft. 2S), y(, 

_ »i, I. Solenlorni-air, 17, VI, aaHalilltBt-Blr. 8, ani-ln lUttPralea 

lo.6i]-. Habilmrgtr'Kmrr.h6.\er%tJBe2, UUi«Hr>t, Hab>bure(p,a}L,JjrS»lMjta 
WeHuluhi iBtnUi Kuni), I, Puhrlolieuse, Jm. Braun, L Jitiicn-PlBli S; 
Ztm ROilfiheimer, L Kalbnug-Sd-. 9; SllibiU S Co. (Znin SubwBiien KamelJ, 
I, Bogne^MSE 61 Timmaumi [DiImuUBn and Tyni3esH winaj), I. PalBra- 

TUOBI), I. *ni Pelar 8; Dtglnwi, 1, flchulfr-si.! Ztll, I. Am Hot ID. — 
HangiriBn wine iX [he Ettirhaip-Eilhr, I,, in the Hoirbof. near (he Nsgler- 
guie (PI. B, 0, B), open 11-1 and 6-7 o'eldck, fruquentod by ill claasBs, 
sltbDagli dtrk and unlnrlliiig. Spfoish wlnsa il lbs Boit^it', I, Earntnec- 
Itliig &, Ooldacbralaitfaue 6, andKulowrat-KDE li. Pure nituFid wlnei M 
UieinrilB>(ir<rA(nrf''<<^. tSpi?eeleaB3ee;fiiI»j«inuiTjrellTei,I. Bcbdo- 

0; flc*«(li!ii-a«/d»<K<r, I, FrrfnD5 6,fl«v<r, al OriMing (p.7ei. 

comp. p. Kvii: gcnerallTwitbseBlgin tbe open atr Id fanaaw\. 

. . .. B tUl i or B a.m,i a few onlyud given bere. In 

lnMrioI Dt 0ie Cllj ; -Cafi it CEumpt, BleplaoB -Plain 8; •SchmiBt, 

'-— "" -'" - inimer-kiosqpo, SeflfWI, Kirnlni " 

Sir. Ut •BaiOwg (p, 9), Adlcrsune 2 and Rotmturm-Slr, 3t 

ir.,1,1 1„ ..,. i^_.-_. oo„,r of Herroogaaje and aipaoehnMH,! 

lAa, QDldeubiiilediuae Si Stamlur, KenaS^ 
IB, IT]: £Kt, Koluwrat-Bli 

SchifiiiMU, Hicltaeler-PIata, iliUiiAii, E 

■aifct a t C^r^ (Jt r Qp^n, UpernguM ^ ; ^Hifal, /<nf (Hal, STrtmnr, . 

birr, 1> In 'lie K*nitnM-Rln» (Boi, U. " '" -" --' " 

iw, Lmtdluiam, KanMltir-C^, FranMBs-iing (Nos. 24, U, _ ^ 

txHI. Park-King 11); Atap-O^^, StabeD-Blne 18, near the Auqttjaii MnneuiBi 
Anadiit-Caft, Unl«Bnllal«-8tr, 3; Bfelitn; WHairrr, BehoHen-BlnB (10,19)1 
/-dii.'n. I!uida»i, Fruii-Jaier-Qnai (1, 17), iUtroptU, XuRln-Plali 2. — 
Olua ii> 'lie Foltvorlea (pp, f, SO) and Sladl-ilart (the ^KitruUm, much 
ricqu.>rili'it UD nimmer-eTeningi), — Id the Onlar Cily: II, LeopDlditadl 1 
Jliinuca, LomTi, in the PraUr^Btc,; JHtiruKr, Tabor.Slr. 97 (and In the 
Aue^.l.'n, p 84), — III Laodntraiee: Sail, Haupt-Slr. 17, — IV, WlBdaui., 
F.tfhh,g,T. H.upt-Slr. U. — V. Mnreirelcn: rBTMlwCqW- KargatolBBj 
Pl;>t, 4. — ^'1. Uarithlir: Caia Pfuold, saUrkuhtr, PByr, Riiltr, Sua. 1^ 
■n, 71. 13 Muiabilfer-Btr. — VUL JoieriLndt: BiUi, OnUhKer, 2 b iM 
3,>j-ISlr. — IX. Alncrirnnd: OramJ CafI, Aleer-Stt. IB. — Alio ma^ 
avf''bkh ladles also mayvliil; OuNlranudor/ir, I, con^H 

HEjCxr MtUmt, I. 'Wollicile SS) 'nroltrAo/, I. t'ubriub^iliue S. J 


Itht (lo iDd fiom the r^limr-alitlgni. Be? p. 1). Or±lDKT rarvi 
i.m. (Oct. lolprilSOlb, from 7 a.m.) lo 11 p.m. |it( nichl ODe-liair 
I). One-hone oab ('ConilortablO hoH" 1-3 pen., Lwo-lDrae ('Fialtcr) 
lersoni. Driver eipcdd (mall fee eit™. Ona-h. Two-li. 

listricia II-IV and Vl-IX (1 

tbsDinube, BriElllenau, Ober-Dliblins , Fil 
'rnnli.H. andK.W. Station, SUaU-BahnboF, G 
kllon. Ottakring, Rudol fghelm , ScclisbBua, J 

.tUa KarlieC, WabriDE, WetotiKui 

micr-DSbllne, FaTorlten, W. Prater, Botnnda, 

lUWen, Ober- asd TJi 

I Baoiu^JkrLeD, Canlral Cemetery, Fraudenaa, itacklng, 
SeliflDdotr, KgAlcnberendorr, Lnstliana ia tba Fratcr, 

HeB«fBW«ge, NnHdo-f, Dnmr-SievBring 

Each ub Is bonnd to contain a delslled OWanot TOriiTi 
iul lim of itarline-poinlJi and all ordinary tarei (Inclailln 
ing) are calculated on IhH basis. Wsjting for mjrc tb: 
relDn-driTea sre paiii tor bj lime (oDo-burae cab 10, two-1 

the cab il ordered in juivancc aod for all drives frcm rj 

tm Oabi. Ono-horse fur the first 600 milrou (at niebt lit} m.j 
a. wailing 60 h.. for every 300 mitres <at nleht SCO m.J nr 

a IDA..- Iwu-luji 

-altinE 1 A-., for every 200 mStres lat ni^ht ifiOm.) 

1 min. waiting more 10 ft, Br time: flral hiiur 3 £-80 A., each fallowli 
boat a X. Extra Eaaa as for flio ordinary cabs. 

ImpanT) ran from the Slidbalmbof [p. I) to ( 
tFaHalnilKif, vli tht Faairitm-Blram (PI, Ii £, 6, fl) lo the BltBHant-ri.^ 
Wthe EmiiaiiKO and the Scftlfi-Pla/i (PI. It H,S), lo the ft 
Uia NtramtUiaMHif; from Ibc SloaUbahnhnf andSUdbabBhol 

Igaaae (PL I ; B. 6) tu iba Sigphans-PlaU nnd tbo fTnaaiuUin 
Z, S}t from Ibe Gumpenilorfer Liniu (Fl. 1, C, B; Slarii 
Stii)ihaiu-FlBW and Ibc WiUtinBibi'Slram! from tbe Slepbi 
ATHnal (PI- 1; E. S) and to Bitliino; tron- "-- " - '- 
thu Biti^rrger-airam (PI. I; B, F, B, "H ai 

B*ho B(m6»rff«r-araM< (:"" " - - - 

~ .from Ibe HordwoilbBb 
jj-mlor to Ifridlfiw (PI. Ii B, C, B, T) a 
yniebl (from 13 p.m.) 3CL40 ft. 

Xlectrio Tramway!. Tbe more Importani lines onl; o. 
tliaro. A. IruRB oh thk H*d- dud BllTai«flB-QEBaLi,80B*n 
■'Btba*9bicbad>is (fare for 1-S lonea ID ft., more tbvi 1 torn 
tKlwiysSOft.i eonsspondaneg. rora alngle cbangfof cnrs.S 
I'Moel flmwH Siali<m (PI. I; B, Sj-jSreer-Str, (P) I; r 
T Scbollen-Rlng-Frai)! Juief-<iu^-Praler«Urn (Fl. l; F, i, ■■' 


Sltttrie Tramwayi. VIENNA. 1. Boute. 

LuHa-PlaU (PI. It B, Bi in snininet brunch lo Uis BctoBdi). — S (BIqb). 
Bahamnaaar [PI. 1; B, 8)-AlsBr-Sir.-JDfget-Btr,-^.iiBli. — S (B)u«J. Jtiu- 
valdrag [p, TIJ-DonihBci (PI. I; A, a)-Jiire«'-Slf-S<!tDllenBM<B-Ali*r-Slr.- 
Ott»kriiigM-Slr. (PI. Ii B, C, 3)-OBrBbKeh- ytwaldiga. — 4 (Yellow). 
Sii«<>fl-0tUk[ingu.Glr.-Scball«neasSE-Opam-Sing-FKToriten-Slr. (PI. J; 
F, m-SimlitraT Btraui (PL Ii F, 1). -- B (Bod). Kiniata-TbaUa-Str. (PI. I; 
B, 0, il- LerehiotelduT-Btr. (Pi. I; C, D, i)- Optm-King-Mahleliiiaorro-rStr. 
IPl, Ii B, 6>- rrii^or -Siroju (PI- li D J). — 8 rHed). rJoKo-Kr.-BnrE- 
BlM-Bluhen-Bing-ProMri/Jni (PI, li F, 8}. — J (E=dJ. TAnHo -«)■.- Btl- 
lMli-8tr.-B^i»o«eo«-3tlBg-Wiibrlnger 6tr. (PI, I-, E, C,3, 21-Otr«to/ (PI. I; 
B, 1). ~ S (Oreci). Sour Marti (PI. 1; E, 4) -UariibUfar - Sir. (PI. I, 
D-e, *, Dl-Hi.(oii(j(Pl.l( A, B). — 9 (Green), fliltarta-fliraim (CnrrBint)- 
WMlbiUjo-Htr. (PL. I; 0, D, ij-FiOa-StraiH |P1, 1; B6). — 10 {Tellow). 
firnalncA^niiir (Opern-BiDg>CumpoDdorfcr Sli. <PI.I< V.O, bj-BadOsatK 
(PI, li A, a, (I). — II (Gretn). AoienEiriPir Arsue (PI. I) B, Ijhltirisblirer 
SIr.-II'-M/iMm. — 13 (Grsen). flii*il/iAKm-W!okclniaiin-Str. [PI. Iv 
■!,[>, ttt-SdiiinbruDner-Slr, (PI. I; B-E, 6, E)-KiiriiUivc-Slr. 'Babenbsrger 
Slr.-UhiinhiiUr Slr.-Iludal/iMm. — 18 (lellon), BdulllmfiuM (PI. I; 
E, ai-WuhrinEPr-air.-CJSIiBD (PI, I; D, 1). — 14 (Oritn). Behauayant- 
Ji.n'ilui-fiTSi. (l'J,l;li,3.5|-Billrulh-Slf. (PI-UD, l|-Oi*i™» (Hlinmet- 
l^l:» 'i K, ... r,, f" .-irn-iVafi (PI. 11^ II, C, 3|-PaTiill*iiea<>c [PI. Ii i 

i.'J ■', 1. - . ivi;. — 18 (BHu), a-ftBMTMpanWr-air-. (PI. liD, 3)- J 

I .,.l,iDUkl(P).I( e.iVHeniDKkt-nMbriKr* (Pl.I; I 

I-' . i.r» Sanil»irflu-afn( B.4)-FJLTarildi-Glr. I 

ri'i ^<.atr Struiu [PI. 1; E, 6, li, Tro»l«Mie). — Ift'l 
- - - - ne(Pl.liF.B)-IlBMrguM-aiol«»: 1 
/JlfJlo/ [PI. 1; F, S). — IB {Eedl. 
n, D-FiToriMn-Slr. (PI. Ij E, B, flj- 
„. .,„IE(Ki^nln^^-SI^.>8ebw»«a■be^g-PI»t«■ 
i> h £< F, OhaAOaibiAB/. — tl (Sed), ITnljIii^^irBUt'SellinneD- 
Rinnwei' (PI. It F, O, D) - SimmGrloger HupUttuic-CaTal 
.,|,.Pi.l;ll.7<. -Sa(Bed). Cf■^^ol^^I«^^^^,SiBlIlI^rlIlge^H»Bpt- 
.:il. hin^i-/'or«H™*o«K(PI. I; E, 3, 3). — SB (BIm). 
■ ■ .. TflranrCPI. liF, li,4, S>EiBEJitr.Mt-WSliriDg»r 
I ' ..Wirtiif (PI. I; B, i). — 24 [Bine], sntuvr 
■ i:i„f:^i„at-JairpkMdlrr Sltattt (PI. I; C, D, 4). — 
[I 1; F, 3)-Hillg9lniMe-PfUi JnMr.yuBi (PT. I; 

Jv.iiiTimn. — SS (Vi-]Io«l. PralcTiurK-iiiiez , 

. ir.tere Aus.rleii-Slr. {Pl.I; E,ai-Se' *■ - "■-- ' 

.!■! I; C. I), 4). — 5! (VdW). 

-!r • (PI. Ji A, 1). - 

IIiBpUinaM (PI. I) V, O, 4, Sj-BlagMnHtj J 
I; B. Ij. — 99 |Bf4). PrattrtUn (PI. 1(^ 

', 3, 4i'Wiiluin|«. _._ 
SefegOnvaMalPII; E,3]- 
Vnhriogi^r-Slr.-KnmtuaB-irAArfFfp. — II (Bvd). andialuiltB/ IPi.liF,^ 

-tram J.JK(-qo»i (PI. I; B, F, 3, 4.- WSIirin|er-Si 
I C, 2, 3>irdllr£i«. ~ »(B*d|. SefegOnvaMa i PI I ; E, 
' "'l^g. - V -" -""■ ' ■^ 

'' 'BriJs»'oTiM'Vim'wu«BiTiuH«i>T-oVBt^^ 

romipoBdiaee 3U «.). U (BIna). BAaUn-Hiag (PI. I, B. Si «n>gr a( 

L(tr.bI«utciD-Sli.>ffriK|Ki>iMi»<r flfrBW iPt. I. D, 3) Bveri 32 nda. Hunngb- 

(iBdter-flli-jriHxiDr-/ (PI. Ii E, 1|. — U iBIni: aDl yillon). ' Ecttotut-lUnt 

(PI. 1 1 E, S^[.iBCbteIUUi■.«lr-echlIDIDtdgu<e(PL I; D, 2l-X'M»iv (Oim- 

nulun-eir-i PI. I, C, D, 2). — U (Blue nJ ffl>a<r|. Krntr VvH (PL li 

_B, 4}-ItBed>lEneB-GU. (PI. Ii D, E, fil-Bicber-PUli IPt. I; D, SJ-lTfUXiif 

KW .-.u„/ [PI. I, c 7|. _ H iBioj „4 ,^,. jwjftiv SlodtflvtaAa/- 

QitlaKPl.I; C,S)-irMrt>v<rM>'Jil (PI. ' - ■• " ^ 

■ should be loet !■ toUiig (eiU, u i 

the lul for Ihc An on Hut n 

lu-liBB Kaawiy liUttuu. BM PI. 1). op* 

uarilon*. 1. Itua LoliB (Wimot, Iti 

: mmiarf-BatMag (p. 8l|-Hi8WlB6 f«. I| A. Vl^fUu 

hnpn (PI. li B, ai-Hiiirilliiic Haupt-filr. {PI. I; O, 6) - Ruin - PUU iFJ. I 
£,4,l)>Sliidliiai'l[|Pl.liF,t)-H>iipIiol]HDt (GgstouIIaiKe) PI, I, f,i: tt.-. 
limo»>&!liolien-Rlni( (PI. I; K, B)-Heille«ini«dl fPl. 1, E, I, b. 
riogcr-Slr. (PJ. I| Q, Sj-WutbahnboC (PI. I) 0, Bj - Heldllng Batipl- 
Sn-aue (aee iibo*e)-8BheDbntDTi-Hiiuliig-Sau<fd«-/-£iui<iv, Tr^ni erttj 
t-f6 min. rrom G ■■□. lo ll-SD p.m. — Some of tbs Inina goloE in Iba 
dlreeUnn ('KiolilnBe T, (,«. DiretUoB 1) »Iel(Uini-H»upliolli.Bii.ileUimniuai 
proceed trom Hdligemlaiit vli Simdurf (p. TO), K«blenb»reertorf (p. lIBl, 

kmd lClo»i«BiBuhup( (p. 77) (0 RriUcnaorf (p. 266), or loSl. AafinB-Worii. ri. 
(p. 2GSI (Dd TnllG (p. 83). In lb* DppoiiU direction ('Bicbiung 1I-), I 
VdUlne In HdlifeBiUdl-IbuplEollUBt, iam« trulna ea on lo Faiktriii.. 
W.SO, 8«)n«lBkd (p. SI), or HcalenebBcb (p.BtJ r1£ HUiMdnrr-Hickiiit 
a. Dmntiutii Li«: ueilMnrf-Bactlng (p. Bi)-PoBiliiB(Pl.l; A,6)-0lUlci. 
"" ' B, 3, ^^Hefn»lJ (P!. 1; a, 2)-QarjlliuC (PI. !( C, 3>-0her- ind Ui.i r 

Eilan^trea (H/, M,), Snd cl. IB, 9ra cl. 10 
in. »1 bolldsra liwikTB 30 >nd SO A.). 

, __a IiDt[d>7> ool; "P Id e 1.0. ) H forwar. 

L HUtMldnrf Hicking, Peniing, Ollakring, Hei 
>dt. on™ Ibere are two aepB»l« ■Utloi 
trlgn I'oiiii ogt <be wDltlne-plmCE for tb 

Tbs ai 

I'Rmnirrt (PI. 1; F, ^}-Jii 

PmUriUn (PI. I; P, Q, 5)-EMptiiDtl>nil (PI. I, F, li lee abcire) 
nnwrf (PI. 1; F, a>jkr(en>l (FJ. I; F, Bj-VgidUliE StaMlbibnbor (PI, I 
TJ-OEeibelicndorf (PI. li A, 1}- HBiltktorf-BacHtig (sci nbove). Tin 
--- -uB troin S k.m. ID midDlght Arniieementg isd (ares nicmbii 
( Ihe 'Slidlliibn'. — DDnau-Uferbstan (Una no Ibe bu)k ol tb< 
_bube) ^om tbe trmbiifailuif (p. 1) to l/iilisnuiadi (PI I, E,li tee ibavo 
liPcnulnit, Obar-Heliendiirf (>eeBbaTe)-lnierrdorr-Blelt»iib*«ebnl-Pr^.iri 
IM-AuaaLellaiui-Slr. (PI 1; H, SJ-KommanalbBd-Knuipriiii' 
^cba-BrUcke (PL li O, B, 2). 

liRbt £aa«B;a i 1. Slum Tikmwaja from Ibe Aagiirtea-firliefce ('Hi. > i 
!..«.( .n-BriVck«'i PI. 1, B, 81 id ar/M-fmariHiirf Tit FlorH8dorr(p. 5(,.. 
rrdoO, KoEran, Aapern, and Eaillog (ballle-lleld, tor. p. Sr.; 

£ a, a) to Sagrm (p. fli). — 3. Sleim i^amwsj from ibe Hieiilnaer (Jun 
n. ii A, 6) 10 jridUn; yit Spiriting ud Fcrclitaltilorr. Itr;.Dcli'Jlne rt,.r< 
*'— ' «. Crt. — ». SleimTrBiowiij froni the MiliHilnadorfct Viad.ii, 

Fffl. liD, 8) td Sadl«. 

a pant llitc>Ui>li Ibe In 
fl v. eni Df Ibo Pril 

E-Gu>e), not Ibu drIIIiiiL 
_ . .. . .ce on Ibe lianubt Canal, bejondlbegadclikyBn.L 

Dtmphcbiir-SlT. 3 (PI. 11; K, F.ll, wbeneii ■ itnaill uteiinibDsl, itartin- 
7 ■,]&,, ennveii paaaeagera U> tlie fiutapwl iteinieT (comp, R. M I 
[ Me«iBl>nalt (or Lint (Pftaiuu) lUtt Hom Ihe Handela-Qual ll'i : Jl :, 
b- Part OfleatPi. II; D.3), Poiteaiae 10, upen Io t> , ;. 
I hnliAByi 8-13 and 1-6 onlr). Bruoh otncea in tba Innrt . 
ttUlW 29, HobeDaluirenguie 8, HuimilliiD-Btr. 4. Hi:>'<r.i ' 
r firtnner-kr. 13, Slbelungeaguta b (SobllleT-PlaM), Bcbum ' ':■■■ 
' BGwa-Plali t, Llibtcnfelieiiie 2, and Id tba B<lr:bji»i*,<J< U».i.: 
Tben an aim ananl PuiMmaiic Att OJfita-. in Ibc iDnrr Iokfi, Ku, - 
Flail 1, FUUebmirkl 19, Kanittiei-IUng 3, and at Ibe Uirex Ital-iiM... 
bniuA PoW-orntea <lelt<iiiOj|., curd 90 A., card wiUi pnpaid ■niwcrf i /< 
Tba enllBaiT IMMr-boiti are painted ;eUuw; tboa* (at Ilia fBCnioai 

troal (anbller) »a pilnud tti. 
TeU(iaph. CbifraJ Offitc (Fl. Ili B, 2), Bbraen-PIUi 
btuiivli-onicea, Telctranii art aoiil froiu all llie btancb — 

^^■lollit ON 


t.Soutt. Tj 

I'Dtl-arneM, ut«ia 

,_, oiioiu N, •Dean] 

M liiAtiiUKl) T-13, pU (uitWrrn) 6-7 X,, •Dforilnl 
ilPI. ll,ll,8|p.6i|,W«n -■ - " 



""/viif 1 

. -irr IWii 'Y.J. I.','.r...,™(. Ii> I lii. llriPl/nBlftmJ_ 

I I', ti p. M), i>p(in-»lr In tunner, Is wlHlnr M| 

iixLill/ vrntllBUd I wlin, 1 «.)l CtloWfiim {PI. IJ 

A. will) iwd''B. — VrimM (iDlinllne tbulr4" 

' . i.'u..l>). Inmiinow^ kl lllx rnUipar^ 

< ..u 8un. ■iidholld»>tp.iu.(lA-.)| 
» ikiiil Tliun, il n.BD p.m. [piipulu 

11 /«tr;,rl.-l^ (n (11), i^n Suv 

ijcaiSi ^u»arlA (Bobemln 
IT. I. rrciuDED. — Loiliea' Ouimtere and Coatur 

DCr-Ring Ij iiciitadt, 1. K^rn'oir-Str. Ill £1 

„..'. ISi /uvmonn i jVapAtii, Albrgchbi-FUtE 8i ifndi.. .. ,. 

euia B; emaiaiig, 1. Wipplinger-Slr. 13; fgnuu^, VII. EirchengBue L.. 
— UmbKllu; Schallir, I. Bj^nereusB 15 snd WolliellB 36) BBgtnilrfir, 
I. BrudiUltel) B. Uvitr, IX. W^riaenr-StF. JT. — QlaTCs: EitHwrn, I, 

£Mwun*, I, Seilergug'i 2; £i»aU, I GoldiebiaiEd^io 7. — Hulieri. For 
eeutlaBien: BiAfa , I. Siralncr-Slr. Dl; FKh, I. Gnlisn 31i Btrlvaa, I. 
TKBtltiOfl'-61r. a. For JsAleSi OnttmbtrH. I. Sell*reu>c Ti Btmrlbimr, I. 
SJagcr-aic. T) Wopaliatki/, I. Koblmirkl S. 

Tabuos mnd Oisu'i. The inJe of tobnocu u k eaiecnment-moiiiipglj 
In Anitrli, Ibc retail dxpoti being kouwn u -TKbtk' Trill km'. AmDng 

Hrlluaicu (14 A.), TrkbDcoi (IS A.I, nnd BegdiUa (IS A.)- Hs»iid> dgiiia 
m»T be abUlned al I, Koblmarkt 6. 

■oMy Ohuigen. U«iiin Bant, 1. Qf^Ubd 13; Eicampu- OmtltrhaJI, 
' "' — • - "■ -^i Atigla-Auilrlaallanlt, 1. Btc^acbgtam I; JfplUia, 1. 8totlL- 
. , Wipplinger-air. S3. 

Jl'frill In Ibe/VuK JfartilllnlbeHornndst IbeEnaabsth-BrlLckt, 

IV. WiEden.n. 67). »iiny TiriellaB oF fitb at tbe HiA JCartil In tbe Dbere 
Uouu-SIr, (IL, Dear Ibi? SMfanle-Brdckc). — ffone ttariitCWieair Tatlir- 
•airt, II. Scbmtel-Str. M (PI. I-, IJ, 4). 

Tka AnikHnfta-Barftau, or iDrormallon Otllre, ot the Vtnbt fBr Blail- 
ftUtruian, 1. Jaeomireutt-BIr. 2 (npen dally 9-12 and 2-1; alossd on Bun. 
and boUdajBi du Ibw\ eiisa in[orDii,tion and help In ntrangcra. — Tbe 
Wimtf Wo/Mvngi-Xiilmf, I. WiUaKhgiMc 8, ta of use In finding spartmeBti. 

Tsurlrt DCSeei. Th. Coot * A/n, I. Slepbsnn-PI&ti S; £u«fl .t Co., 
I. F^vn-JoieF-qnai 19) BdimUr * Co.. I. g^otten-Ring B; Sagtl S Wwt- 
mona, I. Opemgi^H B) Dnitmal-Btliaiiinati. I. Botentunn-Str. 6. — CrMB- 
jHwu'e InltraaHonatr dti fragoni Lilt, I. Kunitner-Bing 13. — BinBH 
CoHPtii; minei' AagiadiH Tramporl-Oa^Khafl, I. EiimtBi-Rjng 16. — 
Tba XunuiHi Brakai of ifuiT-i. livtitll d: Co. (Me ibOTO) oBtr a cod- 
venient mode of leeing Ihe lowo and enyirona. Thej plan from Fraoi-JoBBf- 

Sonl IB dailj al BJOa.m. for tba toum (cirtular lonr 6 S.}; at B.30 for 
eu-W»ldsgg, Kahlenbetg, »nd PraiM (12 iT,); al forSlosietnenhurg and 
OrcifeaileiD (12 K.); at B for gchwecbal and Laianburg (12 E,)i U 8 fur 
Beil^enkrem, lla>erling, and Baden (12 S.); al B,30 for lbs Wiener^ Wald 
(10£.)) and ni 1> ba Ibe Sol!en-A]|iE (12 £.). 

PabUa LsotuisB ■(gratia; liakele en nreYioni application) are delivered 
In nrinler dd Wed. In the hall of the Soclet; of Bnglneera, and al Ibe 
Soelety for the PromoUOD Df ScientlQi^ Knowledge in the Akademlacbe 
Ojmaulum) oa Tbon. In tbe Uuaenni of Art ud Industry; and on Gun. 

Ciiaiul OcneiaJ, A-. Oarl 
'. -Jl (lU-^)) vlcs.Conenl General, Atcata 

tbe OhipBl af Ibe Brillib Kmbnaay (CArJil 
I Bie. William S. BKhUr, Chaplain lo the 

. — Qaun VIcUria JiMlu Stmt fur BHImS 

ID 9B (Tiatlaerbof). 

10 Route 1. 



Sun. and 

Academff of Art: 

Casts (p. 82) 

Picture Gallery (p. 33) . 

Library (p. 88) 

Albertina (p. 20) 

Archduke FrancU Ferdinand^ 

CoUectiont o/ (p. 65) 

Arnenal (Army Museum; p. 67) 

EpJusus Musettm (p. 80) . . . . 
Geological ItuHtuUon (p. 66) . . 
Ho/burg (p. 17) 

Imperial Library (p. 19) . 
Imperial StcMes (p. 82) . . 
Imperial Trecuuiy (p. 17) 

• • • 

Imperial Vault (p. 21) 

Uodem QaUery (p. 66) . . . 

Municipal Library (p. 28) . 

Muteum of Art A Industry: 

CoUections (p. 83) ... 

Library (p- 40) 

Muuum of Art'ffittory (p. 44) . 

Museum of Austrian Ethnography 
(p. 26) 

Museum qf Hist, of Vienna (p. 28) 

Museum of Industrial Hygiene 
(p. 27) 

Museum of Industrial Technology 
(p. 72) 

Museum of Natural History (p. 41) 

Musikverein (p. 86) 

• • • • 

Picture OaUeryy Ctemin (p. 70) . 
Picture Gallery, Harrach (p,2S) 
Picture Gallery, Imperial (p. 54) 
Picture Gallery, Liechtenstein 

(p. 72) 

Picture Gallery ^ SchSnbom (p. 26) 
Post OfJIee Museum (p. 65) . . . 

Rathaus (p. 28) . . . 
ReichsraUGebdude (p. 81) 

IhUvertity Library (p. 27) 

. • • • 

















9-12, 2-4 

















9-12, 24 



9-2, 5-7 














9-12, 24 

M2, 24 
















VIENNA. i.BoWe. 11 S 

Adni.-ioo free e>c6nt wli« 




■oihMwi.8 .IBied. 


A.,„fl.., fi7 



Tu«.,Ved'..ThuM:, *Frid.,onipplia. 
lion only (rlcg >1 door Kg. lB2t fee). 



In wLnlef daily, eicapl Bud. £ Sul,, 3-7. 
Closed Ant!. A BE[>t 



Orliet d&y< gn .ppliuUOD. 


11-13, 3-B 

Tkkcta on prefiom dsyi 1 *". 


Thnra- lo":; t«6"'''oSer''d»7»'9-l, 1 J. 

e-I2, 34 



UUft.; ti.'k'el! St (lie BurBLanptmnn- 
P.bsfl (in itchway belwesn Jojepbs- 


USH, e-2. Closed Ane. iBl-Sfpl, IGtli- 



Adni. M \K tbe Bofbnrg- 

Excepl holiilftjt- TleXCK on prevlDos 
wrfiten uppliutlDD onlj, Hun., Wed., 

Uldmeler-PUU, laii iTaor In l>e led. 




«-■->, 6 7 


Uun. H Weil. 1 ^..' atUer dsya free. 
A dm. free. 



60*. OB Hon., Tnej-, « Wei. 



In winter B-1 .nd <.n «-eek-ii.j. fl-8,30. 



Wed. A S»l. 1 r. In winfor 10-9 only. 
Olosed on Jin. In, Boly Tlinrt.-EMler 
Sunil»y,WMlSQiiAsy, Kor. 2™!, Corpas 
<'tirl9ll, und CbriXugg Day- 


EOA., Sun. AhoUdayiSUA. 



la iumaier. On olher d.yi B^i Uekeli 



10- 1 




M^fbiner, in mu1k.n Sun, B-IB, Tu». 
« Thnrs, !-4. 




1 AT. oa Kon., Wod-, C Sb(. CIoi.4 on 
iBme dayi » Hutenm of Arl-Hlalot. 

10 1 


CbiBBd 8epl. lem-Jnlj 14lh. 

CJiued in uinler (Noy.-April). 



Wed. A S.l. 1 K. Clu«d on snme dnjs 




L'loaed Vo*. I'^-UiriTlit. '' 



m ™,n»er oolr. 




Fee-, cDtnnce in tbe Uchtenfell-Blr, 
iO»- 3-5 i«„. IJF; ippiT (., p.,rli« 
nndtr lb« ippmoch. 




C-lnied frnu, Aup. IBlb t^> a.,.1. Iblh, 


, IneludlDg Bud days. 

of ladvili-ial Arc [Ennstgawe 
" ■ - ind I ■■ ■ 

I), ubiblUoDi ill the Xflnil 

Ibvb 9^, Son. »nd holidsyg 9-12 (fros). 
of SicporU, W "■ ~ 

_:. .^ "i^jn, 1. aMiiMgssea u ifi.u, ij,D; h-: u oj., 
itheeFgiugell, dtlly, M (adm.l^-); Balm 

_ ._e building or tbi £«uirim (p. Sff), doily 9-7, in ninlei S-S 
n.i£.)[ JWnMl.r(>rr.i<l^fi»<n, I., '■ ° •" ' ' 


PiMb!, 1. Parlc-llliiit a (adm. 

PiiiHoipAt Atteaotiohb, wheji time b limited: Bl. Bleplion'i CburDh 
(p. 14)i KlDg-StMUH ip. 21!)i ImperU) Uatemna (pp. U, U); LieElitenilslii 

■"-' — "-ry {p. 73)1 Kiicqlnor-air. (ji. SI): Qraben sod Kohlmotkl 

rUl PH.ce (p. n)( Iho Pniler (p. U)) Bchoobruaii (p. 6Bli 

■ Ac 


* of 

Vienna (436 ft.), the capital of the Aaatri a- Hungarian Moiiarehy 
Slid the cBSidencB of the BnipetoT,IJes in a plain suiraimdtidby distant 
mountain?, an ths Danube Canal, into whicli the Wicn falls witliin 
the city. The dty is divided into 21 diatricta ('Bezirke'): I. Interior 
of the eily, U. Leopoldstsdt, III. Landatraase, IV. Wieden, V. Mar- 
gaieten, VI. Mariahilf, VII. Neubau, VIII. Josophatadt, IX. Alsei- 
grund, S. Faturiten, Xl. Simmering, XII. Meidling, XIII. Uietzii.:. 
XIV, RndoltBlieiin, XV.FiirinisQa,XV1.0tt»tring, XVII. Heniiil 
XVm,Wahriug, XIX. DiibUng, XX. Brigiltoiiao, XXI. floridsiliKi 
According to tba cbiieub of 1902 the interior of the city hail ■■ 
tOpulation of 68,500, the wbnie town l,fi75,t)CW inhah., iiidu,lir.- 
[47,000 Jews and a gaiii^nn of 2(),60l) soldiers. 

'""■nito WM originBUy IhB aociont CeHio aettleniont of VtmiiwHi" c. 
MIX (<iia Celtis V'foddiicMi], wbtch liie Oomana isiied and fuiliil. 
1. 1). 14. M»™u Anreliiij aicH Here in ISO. By the end ol l|.. 

)f the Avaw abonl I — ~ 

Ti from hiatory uni 
>d madB the traa l>i 

for that Dt daks 
Drat n 

1 the time ot iimp. Otbo 
.H,.: JliirkT WH beld by Uie llol: 
I 'MarkBiar, or count of tha ih 


llelnrleh Juomi 

■J27fl), Ihoflfl fDrLtunalioni were proDaDly marlteu 
boniiduy of the iDiiei (dw down to iGdT. Oti 
".udolpH Dt HapBhurg in 12T8, and Vienna tlien 
'afMvre Djinmii. In 1865 Dnka Knaolnti IV. faun 

ISIS Emp. Mull 
jiiiatiladoa Ibi 

. .. . _ _. .d-ITolfc or 1 , 

._ .enudli upplisd lbs word to Ihe foiirteeu 

(nita tiom (lie Cil* Duned (iler thB suburbs ndjuiiilDE them. Under Gtu»'- 
Kl VI. (1TI!MI)] Md llaiia Tbcnaa (ITIO^J VienDR lapidlx iluvotoped 
ni Ibn inuiol and politienl cODtra of tbo monBcolir, while ths not wlioll; 
■miuufal Fsfgimine merej of Joiepli IL (lT80-flU] acuDnipllsbul muuh 
f<.r tha CBpUal al leiil. The lovo of the Vlennesa lor moiie ud Iho 
dniu itlracrleA bltlier Gliick, Usidn, Uoi&rl. &Bd BaellioTeu, anil in i 
ine Iho Bore-Tlieat.:! was roaodGd. Albr the diiutioui batllu of ISGQ J 
(AmlortlU) anil 1809 {Wi(rani} Vlonna wai (or a abart pirlod occuniud I 
by tht Fnnoli. the GoDgrcgs of Vieima wai held from Ibtb Ssft., ISll, I 
Id 19lh Juns, 18IS. Tbs pariod ol political maclton that foUuwad tbe % 
niBttbrnw of Kapoleon relarded alio the matartal proaperlty of thB ally. ] 
An iUDrrgctian in 1818 was reptesaed by tha strong band, hut it led to 
the sMicaliDa of Emp. Ferdinand I., and a beller condition or tblnen 
if Frand " — - 

capital of tbe B. or 'Trau 
ealdeocc of the emperor, th 

with the dty nfler ISt 
&| in 1893-19U2. 

lliiise bate edlllcea oalled Blffi, wbicb contain inmates cnoRgb 1 
a nnall (own. One of Ibe iareeit is llie B<i>i<iUmlivf {p, 31), . 

Inueine lo Scullish Benediclinei, who were inriled hithar by llai 

Juumfieaie in lt&8, bal aftenrards gkve nlsie to Uerman monks. OppO' 
.... .^^ , , ■- the jrs(*irftc/, owned by Iba Abbe- — 

. - am ffi(0W)™Hl(lfl8B.nl5(hni.,_. 

ivi'loDioent. From tbis peitod dale ScbBobrai 

hnoi; the Imperial Library and other imperii! buildlBga, u well a* tha 
Uvederc and Ilie Winter Palase (both crorlsd f^r Prinu iDn^tne of 8atny> 
7 palacoB of Ibe oolitlily. napHnil IlmintT (1693-1711) w; - "■ 


I ttTJB-lSOB), J. B. mi„,«. 

B-Kilh OTi-SsMI and il 
Sine EinilU uf Ihe -Empfi 

■riie-ehaUlU (1738-83), Tte (rcblte 

tiireei lo lett refugn in Roms, Mnniib, or Paili 
_.. -^-^ijiy. jfriedrich Anrriins (18(H-87| mid il 

Kibrier pr(iaperlr7 about the n 
^rVhrich (IB0O-T6) and Ka<-L ) 
' iioril minling aehi 
_ ._. . West A. Fsurrbarl 
1 1873-78, remained enlirelj m 
iduct of Anitrim i 

inipiteof IbeinHi 
Ur (l&W-IM), Th. . 
nnd tbe enaDllibmeiil of tbs 

who '»ke8 bli jlate at „ . 
Siccarditmra (I'«l3-B6) And I'll. 
■ - ■ - • ,e (Hofope 

oiAouw, ud J'l/n- ^.n« enjoyed onJy j 
lAle of lbs cenl.uTT. Tba elTarU of J. rcr. 
U (18t2-e&} to mtrodace IbB mnnniDetiui 

182D-)jO), wba woikek at (be AcBdMoy"^!. 
ipreciLlid. a'am ifiitifrl (l^iCkSl) alone, s 

C the DiiddJa of last csntnr; aitisUc work 
oBciion wim tbe bnilding nf ibc Araeoil 
iHie o^ardies. iiiil Uie ehlBf [mpelui ume 
r tbs old fortfficftllani and the cuneeqgsnl 
I chnrthei of Ssria lom tlie«e. Gb. Olhu&r, 
Ratlinua were bnlll by Friid. Bchmlit OSS- 

(1813-68) ^optBd tbt snle 
L=ri«ch Palaceli uhlie the 

I'iTdUMauK' (183a-SM Imperial 
I'flufbiirj), TlunpMISaiuv' '•' 
■ ^e GrcBk style, was a Di 
■nreparatlon by hii dealgiiA 

Theater, „.,. ,.-, . 

lS13'M}, who bnilt rhe OelaliiFaiB-iiebau 
e. one Wagtur (b. 10411 hae auquired il 
T Uie lUtloni or tbe SUdtbiibD knd for 

In Ihe pcovlnce of acuipture Zunifriuc'i and ta-ntorn w 
I lug IM elTurU slileay to portrsitare (KundnaHti, lYIgrur, 

I. The Inner City AND THE Ring- Strasse. 

a. ChuTckof St. Stephen. Gralen. Ko/ilmarit. 

The ^Church of Bt. Stephen (P). 11; C, 3], or Cathedral, the 

lOsc impnrtaiit edifice in Vienna , ocnnpyirig the site ot an earllei 

I oliDrcli oousecrateil in 1147, dates in ItE prexeiit foim maiuly from 

I three dilTereaC periods, Tbe W. fafade, vith the Kiesentoi (eev 

I p. 15), baitt aliDtiC f230, belonged to the new edinoe rendered 

iEary by the mnnagratlou of 1193. After anothtii lire in 121)8 

ransHptB ond a polygonal elicit were addud, while the nave and 

tfafsde were Leigbtened. The tiro towen of tlie Ust, oalled tlio 

I Hiidenliirra*(210 ft. high"), still retain lata-Bomsneaque feotures. 

Albert II. Ill 1340 lepUf.ed the polygonal i^ho it by iGothio ediUi^ii 

Bt. Stephen'). VIENNA. /. Saute. 15 

»ich nsTB »ri4 aislesi and uiiiJat Rudolf IV. 113&6-651 was btgiiii 
f.hi> restoistiojj or thu iisve (vaulted bf Uaru uiin PucAaftiium id 
1446-54) and the winBttuction of tbe two Gothic chapels baaiile 
the ft^ade. The S, tower (418 El. high], uompleted by ftmi von 
Praehalitt, dMes from 1359-1433 ; the niiflnisliea M. tower (213 ft.), 
began in 1450-lBll, teceived its present ReuaiaeaucB upper sloty 
fiom flaru Sapkoy in 1579. Tbe roof is covered with uoloured tUes. 
Since 1852 the cathedral baa been tboionghty restored by L. Ernst 
(d. taS"?), Fr. Schmidt |^d. 1891), and Hermann; the fasade in 1 
li)01-2. ■ 

, Thf Framnrimr (S. lide-choirl c< 

ose ijf Dnks Kudolpb IV. and Calnuiae, us mtueaa. m ia> 
C'lilfcclioir) is lbs hlgh-Bltar of black marblg bjr HaM il«r*, witt 
i-te of lbs SloBlnE of St. Slepben, if TebiaiBiKti rieb]y-i:^net 

rb tcniBiT. 

In front or 

. jt of tba Atfipa to fba veHtrj- Ib 
10 (be old burW-ruUt of itae aoisreigni • 
' "le oacmlMn of Iba imperiaJ family bat 
--uchlm (p. aj- - Tba Tftt*' "' ' 

1 ' BarCBpha^t of Bmp. Frtirritk III. {i. 149B), bj Lirrk, com- 

.. ._ ___ Ibo Wnlory o£ 

tr-HCBiikdt (p. ITl), etc.; *l the feel of Ibe flgure lariouB tnimali. 

i In laia, a 

! caala.^4r 

Ta ths ii(hl of tbe 

^■l Xau-SliuleT i- '" 

16 Route 1. VIENNA. Grahen. 

In the bay uf the S. Toweb is a triumphal *Arch (50 ft. high) of red 
marble in the baroque style, by Eellmer (1894), commemorating the relief 
of Vienna from the Turkish besiegers in 1683 \ the numerous figures and 
reliefs in Carrara marble are explained by the inscription. Opposite is 
the Chapel of St. Cathabinb (1396), with beautiful groined vaultine;, 
which contains a wooden Crucifix of the 14th cent, and a fine font of 1481. 

The *Tower of St. Stephen's (449 ft.), which affords an extensive view 
and a good survey of the battlefields of Lobau, Wagram, and Essling, was 
erected in 1860-64 to replace the former tower, which had to be taken 
down owing to its unsafe condition. In the second stage hangs the huge 
bell. Tickets for the ascent (538 steps) obtained at the sacristan'^s office, 
Stephans-Platz 1 (80 A.; on week-days only, 8-5). 

On the N. side of the Stephans-Platz is the Archiepiacopal Palace^ 

erected in 1631-41 ; in the court is a tasteful fountain. — The S. 

continuation of the Stephans-Platz is called the Stock -im~ Eisen- 


At the corner of the Graben and Kamtner Str., in front of the Squi- 
table Assurance Office (built in 1890), is the ^ Stock im Eiaen'^ the stump 
of a larch, full of nails driven into it in accordance with an ancient 
national custom (not peculiar to Austria) , on account of its supposed 
sanctity. The stump is secured with an iron hoop and a lock bearing 
the date 1575. It is said once to have marked the end of the Wiener 
Wald. — At the corner of the Stephans-Platz and the Singer-Str. rises the 
handsome house 'Zum Goldenen Becher\ adorned with frescoes. 

The Gbaben (PI. II; 0, 3), with its attractive shops (p. 8), the 

principal business-street in Vienna next to the Karntner-Str. (p. 21), 

was the moat of the fortifications in the 12th cent., and the houses 

on the N. side occupy the site of the ancient wall. 

On the right, No. 31, is the Aziendaho/^ in the Italian Renaissance 
style , by Hasenauer (1867) ; then (No. 29) the Trattnerhof (1776) and (to 
the left, No. 14) the Orabenftof, by Wagner & Thienemann (1876). — In 
the centre of the Graben rises the Trinity Oolnmn (PI. II •, C, 3), a con- 
fused group of figures among clouds, erected by order of Emp. Leopold I. 
in 1693, in memory of the cessation of the plague in 1679. The figures of 
SS. Joseph and Leopold on the two Fountains are by J. M. Fischer (1804). 

The Jungfemgasse leads to the N.E. from the Graben to the 
Peters-Platz. The Chnrch of St. Peter here (PI. II j C, 3), with its 
handsome dome, was founded by Bishop Arno of Salzhurg (790-8031, 
and re-erected by Fischer von Erlach in 1702-13 (portal, with leaden 
figures by Kohl, of 1752). Ceiling - paintings by Rottmayr and 
Bibbiena^ and altar-pieces by Altomonte, Kupelwieaer, and others. 

The KoHLMABKT (PI. II; B, C, 3), another busy street, leads from 
the end of the Graben to the left to the Burg. To the left, in the 
Michaeler Platz, is the CHltltcIi of St. Michael, originally erected in 
the Transition style in 1219-21 , with a Gothic choir and tower 
(1327), but greatly altered in the^l7-18th centuries. Over the high- 
altar, the Fall of the Angels, in stucco. Many tombstones of the 
16-1 8th centuries. Paintings by Schnorr and others. — The large 
Fountain in the middle of the square is hy Hellmei (1895). 

r VIENNA. f. Route. IT^^M 

1). The Imperial Hvf burg. ^^| 

lue impenil Hofbarg \Y\. II ; B, 4), usually called Ibe Bury, ^H 
[L'^iilence of tha AiiBtriui princas since tbe 13th cant., is sn ei- 
rnWe, irreguUi pile, dsting froni Hilteteut periods. To the N. 
Mia Btichikantlet-Palfiit, built In 17^ by n.'c^Kr von FrJofb, 
iih an admiiable curveil 'Fa(ide on tlie N.E., fadiig the Hicbie- 

lit-fUfi, cfEcted in 1890-93 by Fird. Kmchnir from tha old plans ^^ 

of Flacber tod Eriacb. This ta^aiie. occupying part of the site of ^^H 

the old BuTg-Th eater, U adorned «ith a haDdsoniB central dome, ^^H 

flanked by Ivo smaller domes. In niTbce balow tbe latter are foon- ^^H 

uin-gronpE in matbla, symbollelng "Naval Power, by R. Weyer ^^M 

0^b; to the 1'^ or lelt), and Military Power, by Gdm, Hellniei ^H 

(lt>96 ; to the W. or right). In the centre of the veetibnle, between ^^M 

tlie Ntchaelai'Pliti and tho Inntrt Burghof or Framtnt-Ptatt. 1« ^H 

a Uige rotunda, with the staircaseE to the Treasury (see below), ^^H 
the ObDr^tbofmeister-Amt, or offlcc of the major-douio, atid the 
apiTflnienb of Kmp. FranclB Joseph (first floor'). 

erDDCe of Pnimellieua, bgr Jw. Lax, and Flgbt 
r. Oier the entraace it an inMriplioo tFcan- 
tli opna a Carulo VI. Iiiehoatum a Maria 
luatum perfecll. HBccciciii)i abuve 
a group of JustivB. Wisdom, mi eirengtti. 

y fdniBr; on IIid riElit, Dflparl 

e niches or (be : 

Tlic Iniparliil 'Tieaiunr (adm., p. 10), whkh lioec lbs onsniiig of lbs 
liuptrinl MniciiDU (p. U) cooUIng only Ibe ftmUy tnasuru of the bouie 
til flh|iii>jiirf-LorraiDe, oceuplsi Ata UDflly naballBd au^ adornod rooma 
(i;in. Lataloene (tlKRl, €(IA. — Boom I. tcalher easei of the iulgnla 

]am"n Emiitri. DBce preferred at Kariilsin ft. 2liu, ani^naidi (HSl-lTSe} 
jilNi.rpinbi^fK! *• ciswo u_f ObatleBneoe, the aeaptrB, orb, dalmalica, alb, 

inalion-pobOi it Ihe Koroian kiagB 
™ by Iha tiermai. impcnn linw 
. <iiui). ■Juea. muim waieb were ahown during tbe (oronalloB 
iif ibe 'irae CTOH-, luce whicb pierced the HaTiOur'a side, etc.). 
frail)?' veatmeDl*. Caaee. Jewcit of IheOrdarof UiDOnldeDFlKci 
i>r). '>fllat>li]lied In liSO, Case T. Haalte uf a knight of Iha Ooldeu 
111. Wall-Cue 8. Slaff uf the preiildcnl of the Impuial 

chambor, jiriicnled hy HairmillaD to Us prl'i-coonciUot und cbanwllor, 
Ffe-krict, CoiiBl or HobenioUeni, U9B. Oue fo. Burgundian and Anjliim 
curonatioD and other iworda. OukM. AuMtrlan Rtgattai croivn anl Cub 
of IliE lime (irRBilalph □., ■otptre made rotBmn. Halthiu In 16t3-, Jewel 
at Iha Golden Fleece coiiipoged of ISO hFlllUnla with a pink diaiDond 
lie carat!) in tbe ei^nlre. ~ Boom IV. Centre Cue 19 sonlaim th« Im- 
•Jewels. CelebTalrd 'FlortDllDe' diamond, ISSi/i canta in celeht, 
al a7,U9l., oni^a ibe pispotll oT Cbarlei the Gold, asid 10 have been 

EBiaanl arter Ihc BatUe of Moral and Bold (o ■ Bcrneio mei- 

I3jbud by 




St (eoldta ever ol 1560), CaK 16. Ctoirn of WlBditlAW II, (p. 1 -. 

Jlln 10. Iiiiiama of SapaUm J. aa Xlug of Ilalr. — Roam V. Silver^ilt 
cradle of Ihs EIqe oI Oonie (b. 1311). Cose IT. Uemlds' Tutmcnts. 

Xn the iicutre of Vbe Fianzene - FUtz riEes the Monument of 
Emp. TnuiaUI. (ti. 18353, '" '■''onzo, \iy Poinpeo Marchtsi; the tii- 
«<tIption Is m Hxtrndt from ttis Empeioi'B nill; 'Amorcm meiiiii 
pop alia meU'. 

Oppofllte tho BoiBhskaiiiJoi -Pslast, on the 8.W, side of ilii: 

Fronxsns~FUt7, is the Leopaldiniaehe Trakt (built hy LoopiilO J. 

' after tlie fire of 1668), with the oM Reaidetwt (jioyi fulled llie Ze/i- 

I vtonkU-Appartcmtnl I adm., p. 10], I'ontniiiiiLg the superb 'Ritter- 

I 8BaI', tite spartmoQts ouce occupied by iSsiia. 'fharoui and Joseph II., 

' and the Military Office of tho emperor. In front of it is the Haupl- 

wmhc, or Qvarii llotut (parnde with uiUItary music diil^', exnepi 

Sunday, at 1 p.m.). Adjoining the Franzoos-PlaU on the N.W. ia 

the Amaiienhnf, erected at the ond of the ITth cent., with the ofUce 

of the Obent-SlallmeialtT. 

, The passage on the left of the Hauptwaulie leads to the Outbii 

BuitO'pLATz, oz Btidea-Ptalt (PL II; B, 3, 4), betweea tlic Burg 

I >nd the lilng'Strasso. 0[i tha left side of this sqnaTO rUea the 

I JItw Winy of the Ilofburg, desigined in the Reaaiseancc style hy 

\ O. Semper and begun in IB87. The original plan eoDteraplatod \ 

corresponding wing oppottte, ikiitiiig the Toticssarten. 

Thi) BurE-Pliti ra emhflllahsd with (fro lironEe eqaentrlan iIaIuck bV 

imlioni 0^ and IS.%}! lo Ihn lefl, JWm Eugeat o/ Sany Cdtr eOla 

[|l«'i d. 1730)1 lo Ibe Tlgtat, AriAdutt Charla Cd. t&tT), [a the aot or 

avloe a fliK, in allusion lo Iha balile of Aspsrn (|). 327). — On tba S.W.. 

ItaH Bi.fg-Hlng (p. 81) standi Iha OtUa- Burglar (VI. Ill B, l), 

Jvo puBKgca. erefWd fty Nobile in 1821-34. Dn The aide neit the 

(;}> Itas mollu of Einji, Pmnclii il., ^Jutaila mrmirma fmulaimiliim: 

The Hofyarltn or Kaiiergarlen (PI. U, B, 4), on the 8.E 
of the new wliig, with an equeatilan Slatue of Franela Z. (ITiS-H 
llDshand of Maria Theresa, is elosed to the public 

The passaga to tho left in the S.&. corner of the Franz Bna-PI{)j 
with the coloured and gilded armorial bearings, leads >d 
drawbridge and moat to tha Suhvaburliof {\^tii cent.), the ol 
part of tho Barg now left. On tho bridge over the toaae a 
small lions in stone with armorial hearings , on the leftthostt^ 
Hapsburg, on the right Ave eagles, the ancient oreal of the A 
duchy. On the right Is \iiiiButgkajitllt ; the end of the uhi ' 
only relic of the original Qothic bnilding of 1449 (adm. i 
days 7.30-9 a.m. ; church-music, see p. 7). 

From the Schweiierhof another passage leads to the S.E. to the 
. Joseph 3-Pt, ATI (Pi. II; B, 3, 4), with a bronza equestrian Slalut 
of Emp. Joiepkll. (d. 1790), by Zannar (1806). On the H. W. iiatt'. 
Qf tlia aquare are the Bedouttmale, oi Ball Boomt, and the'l^M^I 

^^faiperial Library. 

Riding School, eieoteil la 1716 by FiKhervon Erl<icli, nitii s gallery 
borne by 4G colunina (»dm. 7 i.m. W oouu). Beyoucl tlio ReitEobul- 
guie is llie SlaUhurg (built ia 1529), caorieeted with tbc Iluflmrg 
by kn arcade, sad coutaiuiag the otflcea of the Oberntkammerei and 
OlieiEthoriuuscliBll. — On tho N.E. side of the Josepbs-PUte i« 
tbe Patau Pallavaelnl {No. ii; PI. 11, B, C, 31, liuilt in 1784i 
ooIoBBil double Caryatides at the entrance by Zsuner. No. 6, <ia 
tbo right, [a tbe Itatiati Embasay. 

Tlie *Imp«iial Librvy (PI. U; B, i), ereeted by FiicSer won 
ErCifh 1(1 1722, occupies tbo S,W. gide of tbe Joaapba-Plati (en- 
trance ia the S,E. corner: adci. see p. 10). In tbe centre or tbe 
richly decorated 'Hall (86 by 18 yda.] are statues of Charlea VI. 
and other princes of theUouee otUaptibuig. Tbe imposing dome ia 
eoibelllsbod with fresoocB by Ditnlcl Gran, The library contain 
about 800,000 vela. (Including 7000 inoauabuU], 24,000 US8. 
400.000 engradngs, and the collection known >a the 'Papyiua 
Ratner'. — The Reading Boom (artni. p. 10} is In the adjacent 
Augiistiaian BonYsnt. — Director, Prof. Jot, Karabsctk. 

AmoDi Ihg eliiBf trounrea of tbo Hhrary aro Uia ndlawing. ~ MSi 
•Sant of ffnufb, Qroek Si. of IHe 5th c»l,, id gold aoi ailrer leiten i 
nkirDliinarclunedli • IHtiUeidrl mi Planli (ii^i aenU), a MS. uf IbcGlh senl 
(iO-iltlimnl.Ji «nir-» fiomM H*»r«j, llie c-'~ "" — -■ 

Ine Iha aili dcca-lo; PiMerv V>"^i 

(d. 7U}| Harmnit of llf eotfuOij oompoacd by Ollfrlcd b1 
conlOia^Hjrai'y MS.) Tritla* and Ml, by OuKfrled of 3traii__ 
a KB. of the tlth eeoL^ 'Ecmeitiarbim of Jnha of TropptaCI' 

ipo HadHin It.; 

uialxn, a Ha. of ca. ItCO; wtlT-thumbsd I'l-evrr- 



Charm v., with tbe DBiuBaorjararal of bii relations', , 

aod olber), 

known MS, of Seai of AdJdu'b ronianee of Ibc 'Lbci 

r-Iom 3mrC, 

, wrillen by 

s», with Arsb.nilmalurea (llLb and 101b cenl.ji Arab 


trniye nn tlertTiariu, «llb pictures of men and i 

inimall {13th 

Prliw SUihri l>i<.-»«, a Fnslin HS. with line nialj 

itures (earlj 

nl.). - Tba US. deparlfflont Includej alio about 30,01 

» JuMnropAi 

,."g ll.B™^4«ut. «.<- books printfd bofote tBOO) 

ore tba only 

(e copy of the Pailier of FuM and ScbClTer (1167J( 


Bible) tbe Bfi-llne Bibia; and bookg pTinted by Oailc 

m and Wjb- 

1 Worde. — Xnsio. Autagraphi of Orlando di Lasso, Ila 

jdn, MoMft, 

tthoveii^ besides earlr rare MBS. and printed worki. - 

' Tbeeollu- 

Esouvixoa illasmtes the iclioala of all periodi. 

11 indadea 

irksl event.. 


Mouse fftht Tmtanic Ordtr, on the rlglit fNo. 7), wis rebnilt in 
I'raO; the Gothic Church of 81. EUcabcOi [PI. ll; (), 3), richly ad orneil 
with eoats-of-arma, hsntiera, anil monuments, ereoled in I31G on 
the alw of the ohnpa! of the Order, »»b rebnilt In 1730 »nd lestored 
In 1864. 

From tlie Stephans-FUt2 tho baey Rotaiiurm-Slraiit tarn to 
theN.E, to the Leopoldfltadt, and Is connected with thoStnben-Rlne 
(p. 38), on the E., by the WolhtiU [H. 11; D, 3). In the amall 
enreers-(51*-Plflis(pl. IliD, 3), a Uttle to the M. of the kat, rises 
the TJnivenit; Ohnreli, erected by the Jesnilfi in 1620'31 in the 
bsroqne style. The frescoes in the dome, eiecnted by Andr. 
Poizo in 1706, wore roslored tn 1834, AdjnBi'Ut (No. 2) i» tlie old 
bnilding of the DniTeraity, a handsome rococn boilding [1753-5Ei) 
with a splendid vestibnle, occtipied since 185T by the Academy of 
ScUwra {founded In 1840). — In the Poalgiase, to the E,, ia » 
Dominicon Comeat (PI. U ; D, 3j, founded in 123.^, with a church 
uodemized in 1631, In the same street are the Church of 81. Bar- 
bara, reitored in 18D3, belonging to the 'United Greek' congregation, 
the Offtee oflht MbaitUr of Commaa (No. 8), and the Qatcral Post 
Office (No8. 10 i 12). 

In the Fleischmarkt, -which leads back to the Rolentnrm-Str., 
stands the Break Chimih [Fl. 11; D, 3,4), built in 1787. The new 
Byzantine fa;adtt, designed iiy Harum, was added In 1858; the 
frescoes on gold ground are by Rahi, The Tealibulo eontains paint- 
ings by BiUiTlieh and Elammenger. — The Kollnerhofgasse, the last 
turning on the left, leads to the Lugeck (PI. 11; D, .3), embellisheJ 
with a bronze atat^ie of Uutatberp, by U. Uitterllch (190Q). 


a. T/ie N. W. Part oj lU Inner d^. 
From the N.W. end of the Graben the Bognergasae (oh 

' memorial tablet on No. 1) leads straight to the Hof a 
Frolong, while the Tuchlaubm to llie right leads to the Uoiie Mauct 
(PI. 11; C,2, 3), said to have been the forum of the Itomsn Vimlo- 
boni (p. 12), The aina Palact (No. 8), roatored by Hansen In ISGQ, 
is supposed to occupy the site of the Itoman Prietorium (inscription). 
In the Rcntre of the Flalz rises a VbUvc Moruitwnl designed by 

I Fischer von Erlach, repraaenting the marriage of the Virgin, eroded 
by Oharlea VI. In 1733 to commemorate the bravery of Emp. Joseph I. 

I at the alegB of Landau, and Testored in 1852, The flgures are by 

BelwecB the Ualie Uiirkt an.I tlio DiDube iDy tlic old JtxM Qoarlte 
(till 1632) coinp. n. fiS). — fit. Evtirirliei Church ll'l. IIi D, Sj, |p ibr. Itup- 

' -ocbti-Siifge, DBSF the FraDi-jDser-Qual, xag nianded id Ibo lilh nnd 

Between the WIpplinger-Stc. and the Jnden-Pluti ilsa|jUL 
I Minislrs of the Jnlerior (PU 11, C, 2; formerly thu liolimilaikl^^M 

^Marla-Siiegm. VIENNA. /. BouU. 23 

kaattti), Bref.tod by Fischer von ErUcli in 1710. No. 8 Wipjilinget 
Sit. is the Old IlATHAUa, or Maglstrati-GchSttdt (PI. K; 0, '£), 
oci^nally erected iri 1466, though the preeeut building, with gvoi 
sculpturps on the b^tAf, dates ftum 1706. In the court is i Fovn- 
lain with Perseus and Andromeda by Donner. 

AajniniJig tba old Itithaua on the rjgbt is the Bftlvator- or 
Batliani-KBpalls (open on Sun. 10-123, canBlstlng of two ohspela 
united hy sii srvhway, the older dating froiu 1361 , the other from 
1 J52-&7, and the fine RenuIsBance porta! from 1515. Tower added 
in ISO?. The ehapel is nsed by aa Old-Oatholic congrttgation. 

The l^hu^ell of 'Haria-Btiegen I'Maria nm Ottladt'; PI. II, 0, 2), 
in the I^ialvnCorgasse, contains hnnddome altars and old and modern 
stained glnis. The narrow and lofty nave, without aisles, dates from 
1391 (restored 1817-'i0)', it joins the choir (completed about 1350} 
in a allghUy oblique direction. The heptagonal tower (190 ft.), of 
the close of the 15th century, terminates in an elegant open-work 

We now return to the Wipplinger-Str., which goes on, crossing 
tb>! 'Tlefe Qraben', or t^wn-moBt, dating from the time of the Bnben- 
bergera (p. 13), to the Excbaiige in the Schotten-Rinf {p. 36). Wb, 
however, follow the Farbergas.qe, to the left, to the Platz au HnF 
(I'l. 11; B, 0, 1, 3), the largest square in the Interior of the city, 
where stood, as an Inscription on the Wur Office (No. 14) records, 
the old castle of tbo margrayea and dnkea of the bouse of Babenberg 
(p. 12). In the centra rises a Oiltmn of the Virgin, erected by 
Leopold I. in 1667. In front of the War orilce la an 'Equtilrian 
SlaUie of FieldmanhalRadettty (1766-1863), by Zumbuscb (1693). 
Ill the S.E. corner la the Cktireti am Hof{v\. II; 0, 2), formerly 
belonging to the Jesuits, of the 15th cent., with a rococo ta^ade 
-"^ed in 1663. The handsome building opposite {tia. 6) is the 
rtf fan Credit-Antialt (PI. II ; B, 3), bolU in 1858-00. The Civk 
rcnni (No. 10), on the N. side, bulU in 1562, has i facade of 1733. 

The FutUND (PI. n; 11, 3), the adjoining Plaiz on the W., ia 
•dameil with a fbiinlafn by Schwanthaler, a column wreathed with 
oak-lcaies, bearing a Bgnre of Austria; below, the Danube, Blhe, 
Vistula, and Po. 

On the left (No. 3) la Count Uartatk't Falaa (PI. H; B, 3), bnilt 
in 11)89, containing a One win tec-garden and (be "^utocIi rictnie 
OtJlec7 (on the second floor; adm., seep. 10; entrance by the iloor 
on the left). The collection (over 400 paintings) is distinguished 
for Its numerous examples of the later Italian and Frencb schools 
(17-I8th cent.), and contain* also Interesting Netherlandish and 
t-|.8niah works (17th cent.). CatJofuo (1897), 1 K. ; illrectof, Dr. 

' " ~ Ihctlin.Dib and Ocrmaa 8chool9. On Iho oiit-wall: 91 

r>, Turcnt-tc-cM-.V.faidFBlarm, L and icBiio Willi cnwi (stiji 
1, Jan PiH and Curt. Schul, Oariand of fralti V. Jim Fyl. 
it ponltrri 09. 1). Uprtna-I IIT., Marau.lirg inldiera (IflBCj. - 




VIENNA. UnCvergily ChureK ' 

Home of tht Ttutonic Order, on the riglit (No. 7), whb rebuilt ii 
1730; the Gotliic Church of St. Elhahelh {PI. II ; 0, 3), riuhly adOmed, 
with eoatB-of-arms, bantiere, and tnoDoment=, erected in 1, 
the site of tlie chapel of the Order, ti'sb rehuilt in 1730 and ii 
In 18G4. 

t 13 16 m 

From tha Stephsns-Plati the busy Rateniurm-Stratte n 

theN.E. to theLeopold^tadt, and is connected witli the Stnben-itinf 
(p. 38), OD the E,, by the Wall-.eiU (PI. II; D, S], In the Binall 
VniviTsitStn-Plali (PI. II i D, 3), a little to the N. of the last, rises 
the DmTsrBity Ghoroli, erectei! by the Jeeuils In 1625-31 in the 
baroque style. Tha fri?scoes In the ilome, eiecated by Andr. 
PoiKO in 1705, were restored in 1834. Adjaoent (No. 2) is the oH 
bailding of the UnlTcrsity, a liandEome rococo boilding (1753-5f>) 
with Bi splendid vealibtilH, ORCupied siuce ]8!J7 hy thu Academy of 
Sciencrs (founded in 1816). — In the Pofltgasse, to the E., Is h 
Dominican Convent (PI, U ; D, 3), founded in 1223, with a church 
modernized in 1631. In the B&me street are the Oiurch of St. Bar- 
bara, restored in 1852, belongliig to the 'United Greek' congregation, 
tha Ofpee oftUt MinMtr of Commerce (No. 8), aud the Central Fc$t 
Office {ttoa.iO&i2). 

In the Flelsrbmarkt, which leads back to the Rotentarm-Str., 
stands the Oieek Church (PI. II ; D,3,4), built in 1787. The new 
Byiantlne fo^ide, designed by Hansen, was added in 18^8; the 
freaeoes on gold ground are by BaU. Tha vestibule oontsiufl paint- 
ings by Bitterlkh and Etienmenger. — The KSIlnitthorgasse, tbe U^t 
turning on the left, leads to the Lugeek ( PI. 11) 11,3), embelliabed 
■with s brotise Statue of OuterAtrg, by H, Bittcrlieh (1900). 

d. The JV. ?r. Pari nf Iht Inner Ciiij. ^H 

From the N.W. end of tbe Graben the Bognergasge (Dbdjj^H 
memorial tablet on No. 1) leads utraight to tlio Hof and^^l 
Freiung, while the Tuthlavben to the right leads to the IIohb Mabki 
(PI. II; 0,2, 3], said to have been the foraiD of the Roman Vinilo- 
bans (p. 12). TheSinaPtieacc (No. 6), rostoredby HsDSon in 1860, 
Is supposed to occupy the site of tbe Roman Prictariuui (insoription). 
In the centre of the Plalz rises a Votiix ATonumml desigaerl by 
Fischer TOn Erlich, representing the marriage of the Virgin, erenteii 
by Charles VI. in 1732 to oommemorste the bravery of Euip. Joseph I. 
at the siege of Landau, and restored in 1852. The figures are hy 

Between Uis Hob« lEarki and Ibe Dunuls lay Uid olil Jmith Qoana- 
(lill Ifl?;. comp. ij. G3). — El. Jlvprichft Cliiirdi (Pi, U; D, 2), Id thB Kiip- 
[ecIils-SliCBf., naar tb? Frani-Jntrf-Onal, wut fooarlfd In ibe lllb a»il 
reoioroa in (be Ittb century. 


^K^Tla-Stlegm. VTF.fJNA. 7. Houtt. ■ 

kantUi), eri^ctted by Flscliei von Erlnch in 1710. Ho. 8 Wippliager 
Str. U the Old KiTHAua, at MagUtrats-Btidude (PI. II; C, '2), 
origtnaUy eracted In 14o6, though the present building;, witb good 
sfiilptiirOB DO the fo^ade, dates from 1706. In the court ig a Fotin- 
lain with Perseus ind Andromeda by Donner. 

Adjoining Che old Ititthaua on the right ia tlie Solvater- or 
Bathant-Sapalle (open on Bun. 10-12], nonsiBting of two chspoli 
united by »□ archway, the older dating from 13G1, the other from 
1.163-67, and tho fine KeimiafiBnuepoHal from 1616. Tower added i 
in 1867, The chnpel is used by an Old-Catholio congregation. 

The ohuroh of •Maria-Stiejon {'MaHa am Oesladi; PI. II, 0, 2], 
In the Salvatorgasse, contaius bandsome altars and old and modenl J 
stained glHS!). The narrow and lofty nave, nithout aislee, dates from J 
1391 (restoied 1617-20); it Joins the choir (completed about 1350] I 
in a Blighlly obliqne direction. The heptagoual tower (190 ft.), of I 
the doEs of the 15tb cuntury, terminates in an elegant open-nork I 

We now totuni to theWippitnger-Str., whluh goei on, oroising 
tlio 'Tlete ticabsn', or town-inoat, dating from the time of Ihe Baben- 
bergers (p. 13), to the Enehange in the Si:liott«n-liine (p. 26). We, 
howovM, follow the Farbergaaae, to the left, to the Platz au Hor 
(PI. II; B, 0, 2, 3), the largest square iji the interior of the city, 
where stood, as an Inscription on the War Offiee (No. 14) records, 
the old casltB of the margrmcs and dukes of the hoiiSB of Babenberg 
(p. 12). In the centre rises a Column of lUe Virgin, erected by 
Leopold I. tn 1667. In front of tbe War Offlce la an "Egaalrian 
SUtlitt of FUlflmanhid RacUttky (17efi-18681, by Zurohusch (1892). 
rn the S.B. corner is the Clmreh amBof'{Pi. II; 0, 2), formerly 
belonging to the Jesuits, of the 15th cent., with a roeoeo fafada 
added in 1G62. The handsome building opposite (No. 6) is the 
Auilrian Cttitt-Anttalt (PI. II; B, 2), hollt tn IS08-CO. The Ciuls 
Arimal (No. 10), on theN. »ide, built in 1562, has a taijade o( 1732. 

The Frhiuno (PI, II; B, 2), the adjciniiig Plati on the W., l» 
adorned with a Founlaln by SchwaDthaler, a coluinn wreathed with 
oalt-leavee, bearing a flgure of Austria; below, the Danube, Elbe, 
Viitnia, anil Po, 

On Ihe loft (No. 3) Is Count HarTach'i Palact (Pl-H; B, 2). bulll 
in 16S9, oontaiiiing a fine winter-garden and the *HuTaoh Picture 
0«ll«r7 (on Che second noor; sdm., seep. 10; entrance by the door 
on Ihe left). The collection (over 400 pitntlngs) Is diillnguisiied 
for its numetou3 eismplos of Ike Islar ItsJian and French schools 
(l7-iethoent.), and conuine also intsreEllng Netherlandish and 
.S;ianiBh works (17th oeiit.). Catriogne (189'). 1 JT- ; dirooWr, Dr. 

t. Kouli. M<t(brrtanilMl nod Onrman Scbnnlt. On tliE 
f. UtreHim, FaNtl-WDnt \ 17. Paul JtoMF(;), LandfCipn wilh 

" ', Jam^fyi ani Cbm. Hehiit, Oaiianil at (rclli i. j<n ^» 

pvntfat 1 m. B. Btctam hi., Hirauitini; koMOti 11656]. 



24 Soult I. VIENNA. ilarraeh GaUery. * 

ntHU franeiiii ni Vcunatr, AlHiorjal puInliQei Sttl. IfiBirrlimdiih Sdmol, 
Sum niui«liing (iBei)i Bl, askoi^l of Anlacra (iBib obsU, Lii^e wingfil 

„.., , , _„.. . . , t. SimA, . . 

SaigUatji ■'M. UaiUf of Iha Faimla BatJ-LmgOit, Thrco ilrla wltb muilcil 

'--■ ,bbU. — 39. Jac, JorialHl, St. Cbrfsloplior (eoloured ,h-'-" " '■ 

, . . ci, OarlMd of fjnll wllh > host ot Chriil (1647)1 Il-if 
iw-f, Animtl-painllDgi; t&. Ambiriier {aoK aigle of Bant Bolbeia llu Futm^erl, 

A), 9. r. 

■ VBleten- 

■.B from Bulinu (freel* nslornd): in tbe i 

Holy Family, to the rlglil, 8i Halanit; 39. b. Botdi, Ohi4flt 

fi ''M. UaiUf of Iha Faimla BatJ-LmgOit, ~ 

at). — 39. Joe. Aniofw, St. CbrlsloplioL 

ITOfcJstct, Oarlnnd of fjnll wllh » host ot Chriil (1647)i 

Aurf, Aalmpl-palnllDgi; k&. Amberff'sr {^aai SlyU of Bant Bomam i ,_. 

Poitrtit, wJrJ to bo Morlli vDn Elian, d. IF. CI. Bida, SIlU-lHfl (IflBOJ- - 
, 38T. 0. /Wi, DimonioaPKni (1516),3fiT. JJ. £Mi*wr, Allegbr - '■ 
1 hnHlBg Ihnoder-bolts ti. Beeing TurSi«, bBhfna Wm Mfnerra witi 
' — -n imperial orown); 22. *V. .Swdiri, Stag-bool. 

I. CimiBiT (OornflT-room). 286. regfvi m ' 

10 JIADn(,Venns and AAonia (&e od 

It. ttoou. CbicflvTwnclund It an 
I X)l, 3ce. 9tO, 121. /fU. ramif, xea-p t» 
I'terdnent of 1S18). — 1S6. G. Pok ,E 
I Baphiia'I besca in llle InjxlBll Ih T » 
*"" ^mbiffii rfa So/emo, Holy Fami 
uenlKi 'ISS. Fonnw flotgiri, Sola 
, SL Jcnime. — 111. Oav Pcvim 
Incd torpplei '118. Clamtc LcrroU wi 
nyer; 300. Ffelro Ftrvsinn, Ha 

III. OUDH. tiblelly lUllan, 8pi 
:q'V>IN 2fi9. Oarmaggie, l.ucre •333. ffl 
_ ,... £nibrandf(V), Pniliait of an nl m i 361 , q 

ftn<07); /<li«-siKiair(gfM, 7T6.Abrabui> IT (:, 3T Ca 
KiUt. A»u..Si«nH>ia, Joditb; »((•.«» ie B w St-'S 

BBWjiei. ftiwc. Artoraa AoanoBl 260 Hr 

SO. JUku (Kardaae, lUnc blenalng J 

n. Cunirei CTribuna) conlMm Hi m fil B 


_.?lliU|kIV. of Spkin, mi. II- Stbbtma T^ 
r.Plelk (skelcbli 286. i. nm Orlv. -it lb Hag % 

IjHirortnan-, TbeSmenWOTkJiorHnrcj no m» 

F«M. £<nl. raMNa, Portrait aE u m 3(S .om 

I 'BOe. vaaiiui', Spuiab lafaale as 26 

wltb cilUei %'8, S. Fubriihi, Fort «d m 

81. jBnim.^i 3U. 8«». Uainardi, Sa Thumy 

tiktlcb)! 31B. yoc. KmEtvnla^, La u 64S em nvj 

ADnimeUtion aid VlBiliDDi 318, Canaui, Usi 

Pliillp IV. of Spain: 3:0. M. OrlMt a( J Th no K j ro fh 
ICKD Elcetnni 893. A. inn Ertrdbig , u 371 JTirW 

I fi9nikii]UnElilibinb-clKbl:3U.AubAu b H «> H n 2& 
fcfwlrUt; mt. Jfic. JMVOUfi-e, Cogn R ar 

■ H. BebUillBiit33].S'. nimnvl, Goimt B 18 

I W9. Karl SkiVa, UalF-lrnglli porlr 33 eOftlawlli 
r {1511}; 389. AvncuuAUuMiBBEBu O T Ilia 

III. CiniKBr: toe, SItIr: of Aag Bran U m ^ 

B^iic. iSoMKima, Pomale halMaiiBlli lb 

rlBlit, 12S, P. Btuil/B-t, Vi™ »t Vim 

To tie right of thU palace F g IS i 
the Herrengsase (p. 25), is tbe Palace ol Prince Emakj (PI. II , 
B, 2), with ■ rich fttcida snil a nugiiiflcenl lUiroMa, boill by Hilila- 
brind about 1710-13 for Oonnt Daun. Opposlle, between the Frelung, 
HBhottengaaae, and SobottensteiggaaEe, Ilea the spaEiona Sfhaiten- 
hof (PI. n, B, 2; p, iH), racing which la the Molkeihof (p. J" 
TheSehottsnltirdiBlPI. II;fl, 2), nnnaemRlad In lliOO, r.' -^ 


^■fchoniom aalUry. VIUNSA. /. 

lC3a-65 and cBEWreii in 1692-93, with a auperb liigh-flUar, restore d 
by Ftnlel, and paiutiuga by Simdrart, conUiiis the tombs of Count 
Statheinliers fil, 1701), the brave defender of the city agaliiat the 
Turkg in 1683, and of Duke Heiiiiich JssomirgoCt (d. IITT; hand' 
some BarcophigDB In the TanJt). The laat-usmad is also nommemotat- 
<!d b; a mouumnnt on the exterior, by J. Bnitner (189^). 

At the N.K. corner of the Platz, Reungaase 4, is Count SehSn- 
bom'i Palaei (PI. II; II, 2), with Ibe SchBnboni Picture OoUery 
(first floor; sdm., aee p. iQ; door to the right in the entrance). Cata- 
logue (laCi), 40 fi. 

I. Rodk: 3.Ei.mnde rild4. Siege of %U6TU<gs7ibon:[, ; 12. C«rai:ajiyir>, 

Tin miB-playeri IB. Jm iFgaw ~ 

._..v . of fr." " " ' 

jf frolli 13. *■. i 

L;iipldt "SS. Jac. loTSani, Sea-j 

n 35, SS. Ja 
Vw'of'Do"rirf^.'3T. "at. Owrf". 

rrnoi and Onirid; 32. J. am Uimm, Tt.'w of Dorl; BS. 3T. . 
;i>K>. I-arlra3ri[[KIS»dlS3l)i IT. ifksA. d'fiMdModcr, Hen at_ . ._ ., 
II. fhi^i H«lbtln On Tmnsir, Poitrail (U>31)| lil. fidtr. iMflf, The loiliir- 
vril-'F. — m. RooHi 86. RVt/au, Blaij or t head for (he Lian Huol (o.t 
liifiiebJi 60. Cont. van Pultntarifh, Lamljcspewllh a nnia female flfnre: 
It. y.ic. iTC" liHyitlail, (Ihitetu ai BeBibelm; SO. fan iJV'^t. Uadaena and 
;blld; I'J. M. I'lruAuTHW, Uku wilb inorniaE-tlnUj 01. P. Snff; Inleiioi 
if llio Cetbi^drol al Anlwerii; 19. /;»niftra*(fl, Dcicenl from llieCPo«»{eopj-)| 
«. y. i-gn aii»m, LaD^fciijei S9. .^ilr. cm Oila:lt, Peasanta' merTY-maktng) 
14, ff. n. ito rfiftn, 8till-Hf9, Fine (ooocj siote, — IV. Book (ad.iolniag 
tman U) : OoIlreUon i>f porcelain. — Tli* [irlvnla iparUueat] Uta Biintaln 
I nutaber ot valaaUo pusilnga. 

Adjoining the Hurich Palaue on tha left ia the Bartk-QAHuie 
Freiang, No. 3), erected by Ferstel in 1856-60 in the early Italian 
Renaigaauce style. The passage Rontalua a pretty fountain in hronza 
with a nymph of the Danube by Fernkorn. — In the court of the 
"T^iiilenuoMi Putuc«(Mow xXin AnnlQ- Austrian Bank\ Strauahgassel, 
'f fountain-group of 'St. Oeorge and the Dragon by Femkom. 
Tbe QBB.RBN0AB8B tends to the left to the Michaelei-Plalz 
IB). No. 13 ia the HiederEilerreiDliiHlte Luidluiu (!'!. U; 
. 3), or hall of the Diet of Lower Austria, erected on the Minuritnu- 
Viatt about 1613, eiteniled to the HerraiigaBse in 1671, and partly 
rebuilt hy FieU In 1839, 

iHTKaioa. To ths Ian, on the Qnt 
£wn- Aiiifia (I9,IU0 voli.). Tbe llbnr; 
— ' ■ 1 duDi tlOiaj oponlog eillit 

. illeiandProttalanti'), ani . ..._ , 

The innianl reai-bnililing la sbDirn bj tbe [Hirtt^r (30 1,), (In tbs 
inaBnnr i* an oM aothie cbipsl with an uUaF-piecs by K. OeyllnE 
,__.,.., . ,„ schnnrr), lliL ttie lint floor are savoral rooroii dil'-- 

■<■■ " Mm I " ] l^ili cent. : IhaKulgHil' Hall, » 

' t:'..>o> of lUaflnrnofl, or ■eaeniblT-bi 





26 Boule I. VIENNA. lling-SlriiM. " 

KdjoinathoMivoKiTEK-PLATi. TlielirinMiteClniiohCPL UiB, 3), 
belonging to tba lUlUns, built in the 14th Dent,, witb a hindsome 
E. poml, conUinsan Bdmirable*Mo8aio(30 ft. long, 16 ft. LigliJ of 
Leonardo dii Vlniil's Last Supper, by RaffaeU, executed in 1806-14, 
by order of Napolaon, at a eoat of 400,000 florins, and placed here 
in 1846. On tbe right la the monument of the poet MetaitiiBio 
(1698-1782], a Bitting flgnre la marble, by LuRCaldl. 

On theS. Bide of the Minoriten-Flntz is tbe Archina Office 

i(Pl. llj D, 3], open on week-days S.aO-2.30, on Sun. 10-1. On 
the N.W. Bide rUos the Slirtiemherg Palace (No. 7J, now itMninio- 
datlag the MimntTS of labile Worship and Edwealion. — No. 5. 
Hlnoriten-Platz (and No. 9 IltnkgadGc) is the impoaing Palace vf 
FTince LieeUeniltin (PI. JI,- B, 3), biiilt in 1699-1711 by Doni. 
Mactlnelli (?), 

A littlB lo the S., on the N.W. side of the Hurg, is tlie Bttll- 
kaua-Ftait with the Foreii/n and Croinn Office. An archway an tlie 
E. aide of this Platz leads to the Scbauftergasse , In wliinh are the 

duildinga of the Ai/rieuUuTal Society (No. 6] and the Xunil{7eu>Frie- 
Yerein (No. 2; adm. eee p. 1^}. At tbe end of the Scbanflergai^Be 
Ib the Minhaeler-PUtx (p. 16). 


e. The Rinp-SlraKse. 

.la (pii. 4, 51, Tbe only Hne ILit runs rOHiiil .he unllre Ring. 

._ ^in« A 05; Iml pirti ut il ari! Irivsraed by LUcs A 1, 1-8, }r>, 

18, MSB, as, n, BI11I3I. 

The •Ei)»g-atraB»e, 62 yda. in breadth, whith with the fVunt- 
Josef-Quai [see p. 40) onciriies the inner rity, has hfien ctin- 
Btructed since 18&7 mainly on the site of the old rampsita atid 
glacis (comp. p. IS). Fiom the Aapern Bridge to the end of the 
Sohotton-Rlng it IB 2 M. In length. Apart from a immber of 
dlsQguring bulldingB erected by sppcaUtorB, it is architecturally one 
of tbe flneat itreeta In Europe. 

Beginniug at the Frani- Josef -Quai (p. 40) 1b the ScnoTTEN- 
BiNn(pl. njB. 0, 1,3). Ontb6left(No,ie]riBe6 tho'EzohBnge, 
built in 1872-77 In tbe RenaiBsance style, by Hansen and Tjeit, a 
rectangular ediUce (108 by 100 yds.}. The FOgtibulo and great hall 
m worth Beeing [adni. Wh.). On the second Boor (entrance. 
Wlpplinger-Str. 114) is tbe Hnseum of Anitrian £tliiiOKrB,phy 
(adm., seep. 10; catstogue 20 h.], opened in 1S07, a collection ol' 
ethnographical specimens, costumes, and curioaitieE from the dil- 
lerent countries at the AuBtrian empire. — Behind the Uxchingc. 
Borsen-Plati 1, is the Csnirat Tettgrnyh Of/ire (PL Hi B, 2). 

Farther on, to the right (No. 11), la the Pallce Offlet (PI. II . 
B, I), tlie headqusrters of the Vienna poHoo (nev bullying in tl 
EilBflbeth-Pronienade Bue p. 72). - "■ "' --™-— — f--'^ -■ 
.ifieBEgasse, ia the SliftwnjiKliatu or 

^"*MPtr«ly. VIESSA. 

ahlliuble in'tllntion , with id 'eipiatory fhipel' 

erected in l(<84-^ b)' Fr. Schmidt, it Ibe coet of ibit Emperoi 

the Rlt« ot the King Theatre, which nubamed down ~ 

the loss of abotit 400 lives. 

In the truDfulu Uaximill/mi-Flati, betveen the Wibringer- 
Str. sndtheUniTeniUts-Str., ti9estlie*TotiveChiUEli(ai!iJan((i- 
kirele; PI. II, A, I}, ■ bemtifnl Gothic charch, erected from 
ileiigui by Ftrtltl in 1856-79, in memorr of the Emperor'i eacipe 
from uMuiitttion in 18^. Fine fifade, with tiro slander open 
t«Hera, 3^ ft. high, and nometons aUtnas. loleriar Uiishly en- 
riched vitb gilding ind painting, and adorned with 78 «tilned- 
glasi wiDdowE. (Open dsil7, 6-11 and 4-6.) The Salmkipetlc. ad- 
joining the N. transept, contains the monument of Matahol Niklas 
ISa1m(d. 1530), the defender of Vienna agiintt SolimAn II. In 1529 
(p. IR). The moTiDment »a« brought from Raitz. near BrHnn, in 
1878. Opposite is the saperb font. 

Tftn Uk VntiTe Cborcb, il DDirirtiLiiu Str. T, are Ihs ilOilirf O^td- 
qtmrlot (PI. Ill 1, 21, a BeuiuiDEf slinctnie bj Dudoret lltflt), wilk 
Alinlet M Iht poiul bT V. nu. — Cl<»c by, ai Blendorfei^Sir. 0, i* lbs 
iluuum sf AhfiWrtu; imtMU, conuining inTentiani for the ntolection at 
workmirn ngaited in iDdnalrial aiUbllstamenlt ladm., tra p. 10). 

The Sehottin-Ring, here inlarsectBd by the Schoiten-GasBo 
Ip. M), IB continued t^ the S. by the ■F&u.aBKs-Itino (PI. II; 
A, B, i, 3), where a nnmber of grand new buildings make this 
section of the Ring- Strasse the flneat part of Vienna. On the right 
rlsea the *DniTeraity (PI. 11 i A, 2), a vast qnadtanguUr strneture 
in the early Ttisoan Kenaltsancc style, built by Fmlel in 1873-84 
at a cost of 8 milllan florins, containing the nniversity collections, 
the Ubtary, and most of the lecture-rooms. Visitors sra admitted 
at any time; the aula U shewn for a fee. A flight of steps sscienda 
to the portico, which is adorned with a pediment group (Birth of 
Minerva) \yj /m. Tauicnbayn Oit Elder. On the first Door in the 
ri^hl wing is the entiance to the magnificent 'Aula' or festival ball, 
which rises through two stories. Above the main Btairoasa of Ibe left 
wlngisamnrbleStnlueo/'Rnp, fVancff Joiqih I., by K.Zauihusch. 
In the quadrangle is the marble Cosfiiliri fbuntom, by Hellmer, 
and benenlh the arcades are placed the bneti of distinguished 
professors. — The centre of the W, facade is occupied by the 
'Ms«rgil|/ LUirarg, Miitaiuing 500,000 vols, and a fine reading- 
W, divided according to racultiel (adm., see p. 10; librarian, 
J. F. Orauauer). 

^ Ths DnlTCnilr, tOanOFd Id ISR (r. Ul. reoreaBKeA from Ibe year 

■"— '— ~— ia Tli«r«sa by the Miebnicd pbriitiaD Van Swfelen (p. MK 

ed by aboal Ii9X) atndeBli and liOO occsitonal ilDitcnli, has 

:T:,ltiian MtA leelortn. — To the UBlvenlty belong Dniinc 

t (p. 7G]; Ibe /4rifeB( AiIMhIi (IX. Tui 



il Oardnt atti Mattmi: tbe Oumtcel LaioraUini (p. T! 

■ Fallultglcal Mumm (p. T3)i 11 

;iill; (IX. Uariannucaiiie SB) and the ^m(odii«» iri.<»ai. ucn p. i>,. 
to thn E., opposite the University, a monument has been erected 


Zb BauU I. VIENNA. Vitnna Hint, BHBIB^^ 

to Lithenberg, the valiant ljurgDnis>stEr of Vienna iluting tlie Turkmli 
Biuge of 1GB3, by .tol. SUliernagel (1890). 

From ihc S. lido of tbe University to the Beiehsrats-QeliJiudo 
(p. 31) extenils tha attractive RaUiaus-Park (PI. U, A. 3, 3; con- 
oeita see p. T|, uoataiuing a monament of Slriaist and Larmtr, tlie 
muaical compoaere, by Seifert (1905). In Che middle of the avenue 
leading ta the Rathaue, oppotilfl the Hofburg Theatre (p. 30), 
BIG eight ilirble Siaiaea of benefactoTS of Vienna, taken from the 
lomaar EUasbetb-BrUuke. Tbe **Satbau«, or Town Sail (PI. II, 
A, 2, 3| adm.. Bee p. 10), bnilt in 18T3-83 by Schmidt in th<-- 
Oothio stylo, at a ooat of nearly 13 million flotins, and lavishly 
enriohed mCh atatnes. The stately tower, 320 ft. in height, U 
^domedonthree sides with reliefs of Emp, Francis Joseph I.,RDdnlpb 
lOr Hapsbnrs, and Duke Iludolph tbe 'Founder' (by ZumhuiHi, 
Sundmtmn, and Oaiier), and crowned with a banner-beaicr in 
copper. The interior includes a large qnadxangle, flanked with ar- 
mdea, and six smaller coBTta. Observe In psiticnlar the MagiBtrales' 
■Oourts; the Imposing Oounell Chamber with frosooes by LvdtP. 
Mayer; the 'Volkshalle' nnder the tower; the two main EtaiioaBes, 
with their marble oolnmng and gilded railings; and tbe lofty Re- 
ception Hall. The balconies alford a good view of the Pranzcns- 
King. Below the Ratbans is the AalAoui-KVUei' (restaurant, see 
p. 3), hnndsomoly fitted np, with paintings from the history of 
Vienna, eto. — On (be first floor are the Municipal Library, 
founded in 18D() (valuable books rolaling to Vienna, etn.; adm., 
see p. 10), and the *HiitOTioaI Hotacm of the Cit? of Tiennn 
(reached by the Felder-Str, through the first Runrt, and then to the 
left by the main staircase No, II; adm., see p, 10). The eihlhitF 
bear explanatory labels. Catalogue of weapons, 40h, Director. 
Dt. Otosiy. 

L Sionoi. HuonmanU from SI. Stepbes'i : Statues i>t Auntrlan dakcq 
am) of bilnli (ttUi and Ifiltaceut.): eiuo aodmoon wlilch cmwiinJ a loner 
Of ilielGlb cent.; slained glajis of Ihe IStti cent.; munias of wall-palnllnga 
of llie ISlbi nsnlBry. Old vleni rjf Ibe cLoicL anil a plan of its 'On'-i* 
BOmbi'. — H.. flaoTioB. Roman anlli|uiliea: cotfios, vuliia stones, Telia- 
of aEomaa balh, capitals ut col amni, coins; pre-Clirlatian aBliqnitles rnmi 
i«ia«nvironai meaSffval and modem slnnemonnmcnUi meaaH (l»l9th ttnl,} 
.'— Plans of Viooaa. studiei of Moman Vieooiand ofmndiK -■ --- ■ 

"" - " ■ — ■ - - - orU3B60 

5, 17), by E' 
! KtiBtl of 1 

- — - -, 37. Oldest i_ , .__ 

L14B3 (rmm tbe Bckedel CUronicle); SB, JO. By H 
~'-i(lJimiact, 150B| 4S, By J, S. Viichrr and Bnfnoi;it. >'''•' 
'. VUehtr, lem-. 4T, 18. By SultWar, UnOi iS. By ^ollr'. 
r«iS)-e2| Gl-OT. By Delinbach. 171B; G9. Laige bitd'a-eyo ' 
pmSiitir, 177i|yle*softb6l8lli and iBiheant. in oili a"<] >■ 
fto moat fnteresline of wbidi are Ihnfla by F. J/aHe» ni..: 
m Uriiir of lie oM Bure-Thcoler), Jacob, Fnm, and n%ili'i/ 
■ aalhans, ^131. Hnkut's itndio), Famnna, ak. Tlena of 1 1.' 
-3 lh« IBtb cent, down to thair deniollllon in ISffT. - ■ 
Mrli:al events: fltO. Panonma hy itild'maM, ahoninf; I 
Iho Tnrlii in lfl?(J, 403-471. Tnrkiili oflkera and Knldie 

^ntnna Hi>r Mmetim. VIBNNA. 1. Roatt. SSS* 

43fi-ira9. Scirnes frnm ffae Tuikiili fliee« of IfiSS, in^^ludine a large oil. 

rnorial? i>[ HBiiaThcrua and JoiBph il., Frimcta idvuioni nf IgOa' and 
IS09, KevDlutioBoflSiS. — N™. fiW7S8. CuBlumea anil bshioinof lie IStb 
iDd 19lh cBBiPtles. KuB. 789-311. FaativBla, 1>bUii, caDcerW. Hai. Bi3-lD3a. 
Eniinsnl pBraODl of tbo IBtb uent, dawnffBcd*, Xodal nf ■ tbealrc of 
German at rollliiE pity ers. III. Siotioh. In thseorriior: To tbg left, Km- 
hlema of Mwlant jurildiotinn , Inittomenli of lortnrii woA mocuUoni oh- 

(he rigbt, coins anil oiadnla. — Boirii 1- In tbs centie, Mosarl's . . 
mtltiiivcn't race iQiik , dcalh-nuillu or Beetlioven, Haydn, Lcnas, Na- 
n<>Ji:i/n 1. mill .^[-lUiluku Chsileai rollca of BeeUiacen; nulOBi-Bptit of 
lli'cthovdi , I.lnTl, JlL'iiinrck, etn. On tkc wuUa arc purlcuKa of pueU, ' 
-"■■-—■■■■ JWinw.-HH ■ 

<ven, ky J. JMilTteh lltffil)) idka otFerd. lUlmund and Julu Stii 

I'n deub-uiuk, — To tbe lefl ii tbe aBiLLFtBEBB EoDH. Tbe . 

ddIhIdi poilrslli of tbe poet, hit parenlil, and tbs FrDbUcli fanilj 
iffltvir, Klnjalurij poilraitt nf Qrillpaiier and of Kaibi Prablicli)j 
Duia loom and in the cabinet are fitlllpaTier'I furoituie and 

of dtallOBnlfbed Vlunneae and iceats from th«ir lireai ^. Lmiacli, Oott- 

'■ ' " - - - ■■ Tf UuuiM *■'■. ivurling, Porttsit al 

liMfKM, QrlilparaBr. Id tha iniddln 
_ ■ Urge model o[ l]i« Inner eity, — Booiiin. (Piubl'b Joiuioi Likoht»b- 
9TKin Baoii). Painlisgi oC Ibe older Vienoete aelwDli ilanftatuer, IfoU- 
muller, aa«trma>m, ele. — KooKlV, (BoHwmn noon): DrnwinBB (fllualr*- ,_ 
liana of Grillj.araor-» plajj bPc) nod "Carloons (aiory of lbs Fair Melusina, jl 
liable Fluti) bf UtrtU m Xrhaiod! in Ike middle, smaJI nainUngs apdU 
calDQied akelebu. — GooH V. (Bohdbekt Eooh); Uemoilala of FranEB 
EDhnbert; bn«t of Iho compom, b} CZwufauM; pUIWo br At. iHcAifiid, ■ 
•A ecbubarl-eveuinE' tn ■ VimuieaD ciUien'i home. H 

rv. escTioM ['fiuattJii OK WsjtosB iKD ETH»oiisir(iie«i. Mi'asuii), on ' 
ibo aeaond Boor. 

t. Ahtk-Booh, Bsontclieona nsed at Ihe obaequief of Dnke Alherl VI. In 
1163 anA of Emp. Frederick IV. In U93; two-bauded and otbei aHorda 
(lUh and letb cent.); liBnd->r(in«bnse (lOlb cent.] ; GoUiic squestrlin nccou- 
tr«neata {1Mb cenl.l; nctiaUeally pidnled tarueti or eavofry-ibUlda (ISIh 
cento, tn tbe cenlre, Iba Qse oF Vienna (lotb ecnl.) ncod dnring botb 
Ihe Turklib alegea. — II. Boon. Klbnograpliical coJlectiooa oflbe AfiiciiD 

111. Kuou. Bpeais, t^kea, lancui armour, aome of It llnelf cbaie 
{LtBM'Caieai cioat-tiowa , whual-luck muikala sod revolvsri, rinca 
I.uIIj tl5-nih cent). Bj the walla: grOupi of ihe rftte 'Ablapic* 
plkcii of Ibo lath ceaL (a ipedall; of the colleclion). ansoiiT, ( 
pihos, ek. — IV. KooH. Iron-giar and black aulti of armaart cqai 
aiilta^ numerous Iropblu trom tlig gecond Turkiih iIbeb (iH^); po 
and bum iifCliBtlea iifLomtne and eiariiombergi the afciiU uf tbe 
Vi.ler Kara Muatonlia (!), will Ihe «aken cord «iUi whiob he wai air 

■IBelrxle'n 16S3 alterhiauDBacceti 

with arable inscriiiliona (the body wi _ _ 

■ — ~ Brof Blood' 

Implomenia, elc. On lh« walla; linl-fliockj 'whocf-loA niual , .. 

of Ibe baken- gallil. From the celling hanga tha line alDndaid of < 

HrrberaWn a knight of 8t. John (IBSB). — V. Book. Turkish weapona 

ibi.- warnotPrincB^ugeneaDdltarabtf LaodaniFtcDchweapoDa of ISUfi-O, 
■ ■ ■ - - U. V" 



- . „ -B)j th. _ , 

Tnrki (n IBBl; ulber Turkiah flag), horas-talla, atma. 


>f Emp. II. WaipuDi and bsi 
juarni oi lieDoa; blunderl - " 

iraamenled awordi, daggers 
targe model of Ihs Inoer clly with lla biutluui and ilacia 
... — VI. BuuH(OoRldar). Hufi^'iBlpcnglocki iDoakoU oflbe vTanna 
Goard of 1BIS| ncapona ud boDnera of Ihe Mnnlnipal Quaidit _ 

1 '^ 1 _] 

Bciclatah-atlaude VIENNA. I. Iloutt, 61. 

Mrfnd'. 'BH. Haible ralief of » dying Am»ioo, copied from • brnnie «l*lue 
bj Pulyklollos, irbiBh aWud in tbe Tninple nf Arlcmis, bnrnrf down l.j 
Ul^mFlI•lD9 in !9D6B.C.; 31. Tono o[ i marbls <»liis ot ArlemiB. — Ths 

^nu™ AWc workiDBiuMp (Xlbani)i 34,' HBlf-flgnre of • elrl in •Dodc 
' . I li,n. balding a bird in her righl lukud and a pnmf granale in her l«fl. iTitb 

Uarbls ilalDe'or Harem Anrglius, nf nncerlslD origin' 
To the left of the S. eritraaca ta the park, near the uf£, Is thft 
*6rillpiussc KouaiDeBt (comp. p. '20), erecteil In 1889, furning 
I semicircle, iu the centrnl nlcho otwhieh is the sitting flgnre of 
(he pool by K. Kuadmann; the inner walls of the wiogs uo em- 
t)cllliiht>d with Boenes fiom hU worlis, tn relief, by B. Weyr: on the 
left tbe Anceatiesa, Dream a Life, King Ottoliari on the right 
Sappho, Medea, Hero and Leandur. — In the Vf. part of the park 
a statue of the Empress Elir.aheth (d. 1898) it to he erected. 

Next, ODtherightildeof theRing-Str,, lanlng the Yolk sgarten, 
ia tbo impDiiiig*B«ioh(Tati-GetAtide, or Sauiti of PaTliamtnt 
[PI. It, A, 3; >dm., see p. ID), boUt ia 1883 in tlie Greek style, 
by Hanten. The Chamber of Deputies on the right and tbe Upper 
Homo on the left form two ludependent huiidings, adorntd wKli 
marblo statues and has-reliefs and crawood at the corners villi 
bronze quadrigae by V, Pits. The loirer winge uniting tiiesc huild- 
loga nontaiji the offices, comraltlee'rooms, etc. The portico, borne 
by colnmni , is lumounted by a pediment-gioup representing the 
Orsntins of Iba Constitution, by E. Rcllmtr. From the adjoining 
atrinm we enter the magnlDi'ent peristyle, borne by 24 monolithic 
jiiarhle columns and adorned with a frieze of histoiioal crents 
painted in fresco. 

Minetva 7gnnUiR (ISTOi 50 fl, higb), ■.■royiai.a hy a colotaal flgure of Hi- 
' -f* wild a Bika in lbs lefi band, bf JTmilWaixi ,- below are sIltKaridal 

urra and tnasa sC ebtldren, hf a. Biriti, R. Wtgr, and /. Tauimliaiim. 
The approkdiea are Banked by bninte groaps of horsa-lameM by 

'. Laa, and aitbttnparaslaluu.byAiV/linyn, Btil, and utbere, of eight 
i.iMt and Bom.B klXorisnai to Ibe loft, Xcnopbon, Tbqcjdidcf, Her.i- 
u^ius, Biid PolybiU!; to ibo right, Sallul. Julias Citanr, Lky, and Tacilns. 
Beyond the Houses of Parliameut, to the left, is the Juiltsp'^'* 
or *PBJaoa of Jnitioe (Pi, A, 3, 4), built in the Gtinnan Renaii^anee 
nyle by Ale:c. WieUmaiu In i87ii-81. In the magnillcent hall In 
the centre rises a nisrble statue of Jnatioe by Em. Ftndl. — Beyond 
ihf JuBiizpalaEt ia the *DBiit*olia TolkatliG&ter (P). U, A, 4; p. 7j, 
ill the late-ICalian itenaissance style, deeigned by t'tllv'T and Hcl- 
mrr. Sculptures on the chief fa^adt! by Ft. Vogl, those in tbe in- 
lerior by Tfc. ^i(di. Ceiling-paintings hy ^d. Vdl'i. In front of 
ihe theatre U a mouament to Ferd. Bojmumt, the Vienna diimatist 
(1730-1^6), by Vogl (1898). 

1b tbe Maria -Theresien-Flati, with pleasure grounda, In the 

BPtt o-Rwo (Pi. U 1 A, B, 4), opposite the Burgtw, risps the grand 

■■IMa Ibeiwa Honnment (Fl. A, B, 4), erected by Emp. Francis 


^^^ li. 

te 1. VIENNA, Academy of m^^ 

I 1688. Thn general dedgn is by Hnitnaua, tUe htant.e 

la liy A. ZumiuscJi. 

oned OD a umctala pBitcital, 13 Ft. In bclgbt, \t leatBd the bronze 

ibe Emprcnn (18 CI. birii). at Bge of Uiirl;-fiva. m the leii 
HUDa iTis graaps Lbs iceptra iiiia Itie PrsEinatln SobcUoh, emblem of the 
unilf ut Uia nmplre. SbIow, by tbe pedciUI, nra the enaeiitriAii Bgures 
Df (r.J Laadcm and p.) Daon, Bod »t lliB buck (r.) TiBun md (l.J KhBTon- 
bnllsr. r.elirrsn Ibeee slud four mKatu In fraiit Ibe Cbani:ellar, Frioca 
Ksimlii, u tba biuac Fijiies WbdieI Llei^btetuleiD, oraanltor of Ihe tx- 
lilier;, en Ihe Isft Hasgwiis, tbe juT»t, <ind od Ihs ligbt Van Swiatin, ths 

eroiips of distineulibed mexi of Ihe prriad: ibnvB Ksunlti sre sSlrii^- 
haro, liirienitein, and Morii'i "bave Lloeliteortolii aic genertli t-My. 
Hwlik, and HadaaaT! ohoYs fJsnt'wlta ira plsced BrukeoUial, Onunl- 
kovita. mcEer, H>rllui.Bnd9ann''nfcli| ud Bbove Vm Swioten we abicrve 

li«IdlDE TDDoe ItoiRrI £; Iho bud. eitll \i)^er am idesJ (Irurea o[ 
attdDgiU, Wiaduin, JmiIIdb, and Cleiuency, yibich ic»i up to tbe oroirD- 

Tbe Pkt2 is (silber adorned by Four Founliiini wUb marble 
gniups by Selimiiigniber, E. von IloCmann, and H. Hirrltl, »ud by 
two MloBsal Qroupi of Borie Tamen, ty Th. Fricdl, at Ihe begin- 
ning of tba Mnaeum-StiaSBc. — I'Unklng tbe Plat;, are tbe Im- 
perial MuKuins (p. 41). 

In tbelIofBUll-SI;r.,1jeyonrt tbe MBris-Theiosien-PlaU, aro tbe 
ImpeiiEU Stable* (VI. il, A, 4; sdm., sob p. 10), ubicb contain 
an intereBting Bartdle-rooni, eoacb-housa, riaiog-Bohool, etc, — For 
Ibe MariahUftT-StrasK, iu this nelglibontliood, see p. 70. 

The Burg-Rlng Is oontinned to the E. by the Opebn-Uino (^Pl.II ; 
B, C, 4). To the left, at tlio beginning Of the AlbrethtsgaBse, wliliOi 
leads to tho AlbroobtB-PUti {p. 20), is » broiiiu Slulue of OotO-e, 
by Edm, nellmer (1900). 

Opposite, W the 8. *r the Blng-Stragae, lies tbe Schillbb- 
Platz (Pi. H ; B, 4, Bl, In which risea a bronio Slalue of Schttler, 
by ,Iub. Siielling (1876), on a pedestal BurtoiindBd by allegorical 
Hgiires. In tba gacdeni to tbe left and right are marble boBlB, by 
li. Scbwenek (1891), of tbe poets Niiolatu Ltnau (i802-n0) and 
/ImMloiItii Gran (1806-76). — On the W, etdo of tbo Bqu»ru i* the 
MlnitlTy of JwUct (PI, B, 4], on the E. side the Minlflrs of Rail- 

On the 3, side i 

Imperial Aoademy of Art [PI. 11; B, 5), a ItenaUgaiioe edlflva 
bailt by Hanstn in 1872-76. Tbe opper atoriea are onriobed wllli 
teriacotta oTDamentatloii (copies of antique Btatuea, etn.). Tho Ixo 
bronKo Vtnuinri on tbe Btops in front are by E, van Hofminn (1892). 
The Academy, founded by Leopold T. in 1892 and fteqiiently reorgan- 
ised, has occupied ita present position aE a eehool of art since 1872. 
Rector; Prof. Edm. Hellmtr. 

Tht fllshl of ateoa In Jront Itada inlo Die Voalibule, boras by coluar-' 

betlL'bvd wl 
S {BFPP ilro ffi 
TO of Colli (adm. 

Academy of A 

i vn 


J. Rot 

(1850 in &II) of bbcIedI, medlnval 

BBd D.ode 

tsioing tereia 

good Origin Bis. 



eek periud, Ibe 

eBden mTdel of 

Fibber's t 

>Dd relle<^, basis, 

»nd .taluea by 

RiphBfl DcranfT 


Tbt Bnlnsol « 

n Ibe a. <idc 



f iim-ottnff. a 

ttf (aboDt ai^ 


Wr-colODr,, 62,300 B 

caU, SBOO photogr 

ph., .dm., «« 

p. iO). Tb= mo 

ue Uioie ol Kocb 

(UndKBDeS f 

on, iwly, illuslHilio 

Ffikrieh's Ksenu rrom Ibfi'Prndig 

ISon', IhoBcbi 
nd, Wiobter, a 

wotka by Bohnort, 

atoinle, acbw 


nlbsUr, . 

(wltH » loon o( Durer's halrt. 

Tie PioTCBB Gallbrt (ndm., see p. lOJ is on the first floor, door 
No. 162, on the right, iC the S. end of the W. <iorrl<lor. The gre&tei 
port of thij collection (1250 ivorkaj waa pretonted by Count Anton 
Lamberg-Spriniensteln in 1831; the lemainder t^ODBiata of pur- 
chasea by government and preientitlona by the Emp. Ferdinand 
( I83tf}, Prince Lleobtanstein, etc. Almost every school of painting 
Id tepiesenled, but the chief treftSorea are the Dutch loBBterfi of 
the ITth cent.: thus, Pietei de Hooch (one of Ms best works), 
.Ian y»ii Ooyen, Jbo. van Rnyadael , Wiliem Tan do Veldo the 
YoQiigcr, and the architectural and flower paiatera. The Qraces, 
thc^ Kapu of Oreitbyia, and ten sketches by Kuliens, Cupid sitting 
on a stoiie parapet by Titian, and Boys playini: at dice by Murillo 
deserve tpedal mention. There are alao a number of modem paiut- 
Inge, belonging mostly to the Viennese school of the early IQth 
century. CaUlogoe (1800) 1 K. 

Wefiist enter Booia V, but we turn to the eight and go back to — 
Uoou I (beglnniiig at (he last window]. Ko. 1U95. CmMan fioAdirl 
llBtb csnt.), MadoDDb witb taJDM Md donoci; SO. St^la nf Ui Vivaiini, An. 
nuncUlloD( o^pualle, oi. tb« end will: 21. Blfli of AMii VitarM, Hartyri 
JI33. BolUalli, UadonniL and Cbild wllh two jngeln. — Side wall: EI, 
/.orenii, FotU'Snit (I4tb cenl.), amall altar; lOSI. Faiuan ScAeol of Iba 
I^Ihrsnt-.NadDniia with (bIdIS and angels. By Ihamtddle window: lOffl. 
0.,-i'llle da Faivliuii, Coronation ofMary. By iho last window; 202. Coin. 
Puligii, HadoDna, B09. (I. ftrfnirt, Chriat • ■ - _ .. .. 


, I 


Xnifaiu,' Xadon 
a enlhToned, wl 



d, with »1 
and Pelro 

taifiOS. Fr 



11. K 

0. M. AuXUBpti 


\f P. Tim 

By the 

«! I. Jfo«„ J« 

mli (!). 


'm in glory 

adored by 



th ot Sari 

(holh »l.ol 


ilde w 



IfR: flO. Do«al 



Large pal 



the uit: 1. yopio rimuie. 88. Glemlnianui and Seicnu. 

'iV. Cohfabtkki'i 1: Ho. B6. Annaneiallon, cauing'paintlne by 


MM. \i: Vo. 83. St. FranciB recaivlne tlia stigmata, eBllina-palatiaB by 
F. ro-anm (I). Jac. nntcnllo, 6. Procur&Uir of Si. Dark, 13, Proeniator 
Al. Oontwini 32. Oltavio Orlmanl (IfiflO), 33, Doge TrevlsBnl, St Doga 
HboLPrhilii^etweiinthBie: 166. num, Cupid aiiilDg on aslone parauel 
(early work, partly spoiled)] BOS, 610. Sttle e' ~ - ~ 

li, Ih* ..»_ .1.. .!.- a, 3. ^f- "f-- — ■- ■ 

c TitiUritU, A brotlierliDad of Vi 

Ui No. B(. AdDrabDD of the Stiepberdi. cetliiE- polo Hag by 

IBB. Oatatagtio, De.Ih of Oalo Ibe YouBget, Jiaf. SlfU i^ 

ieene In anaianl Tenl« (trcaco); 472. PadasmlnCiVcaas repos- 

34 Boulel, TIBHNA, Aeadan^ o^lfK^ 

KooitV, GuHPAET. 1: 26. iSaue/irralii, Hsdonnm; Luca Giordima, US 
Prometbms boaod, 291. Jnlgment of Psrli, 310. Sua und VennB i-aughi 
by TnJcoJi. — OoHFiST. ii: BIT. a. B. nrptlo, St.Bnuo^ &2T, &2S. Catio- 
liUB, FOBte del Ciniiireeio, Venice, and the Piuia ofSt. Heiki oppoBile. 
JM. TtopiJe, D»wn, 603,151, &01, SOS, 6W, 150, daS, 502. A". OBartTi, View; 
of Venics. — Cohi-ut. lii : No. 511. /uon CarriBa, FaandBlion of lbs Trini. 
terituOrdsr, l/uritlo, 516. EcsUey or St. Frucin, -BIO. Too boys platini 
■1 dice; fill. FUmiih Schtal (i7tb cent.), Porlreil o{ a l&dy; 51». SpaniiA 
Stftool [mil cent.). Vision at St. Anlbonr. 

Ub akelnlui by Sulnni. 
62B. Bering of the Crass, Ha2. Kalber tnd Abminerus, 639. AnnunciftUgD, 
StS. Christ Id tbe bouse at Simon (be Fbuisee, 63S. Alorsllan of Ibe 
Sbepberds, 616. PeB.ii.nU danclnt'i 623. Aputbeosls of Janiai I. (oilelnal 
in Wbllebtll). Oppollle. fluieni, '616. Tbree Graoea (ludacape by Jem 
BratgheCI, 606. Tigress with youngt 651. L. van Ddmffl, Bvenlne-laadacips 

CoMFiBT. t: Nob. 669, 666. Pauiius Uui Ymavir, Poilruits ot t, lady 
(lEfi4) and a min; 611. it. J. Uierntll, Portrait of a lady; Jurdais,, 610. 
Fortrail, 663. Paul and Bunabas at Lyitra) B17. /. a. Curji, FortriJI of a 
lady (1617): opposite, BBO. Oomalei Coqau, Toung lady at the ipincl; 
Van D^a, as, Suula in pnrgstary, 651. Oount Ferla. 

OOHPiBT. vi: tfus. Efll, 669. 6TS, Sachtt Buyieh, Flowers; 677. Batvim, 
Flowen; 612. Bi Biim, Silll-llCe-, 757, P, Bill, StiU-lire; 831, S39. Jm Fgl, 
Wild cats. Frail and animal) t opposite, /an jr^f, Fm!( and <uilmals (IKS)', 
■632. Weinix, Dsad fowl (1693)1 ''^- Bifrli, Fisb-woman (1866). Lon( 

CoHi-AnT. Tii: Ko.693, 733. Fan.^ilsl,' Fralt, SUII-lifS; TQ. ^a»nm 
der Uiyili, Sllll-lirei IFhh'X, 7U2. 703. SlilJ.lifa, -691. Dead poultry tsd 
rmll; Siy, 753. HandaanUr, Dead Earns, pDulliyi oppoiile, 781. 620, T^. 
Himdecocltr, Uc^i Eamo, Ponltry. 

Ct-ni-ABT. Yiii: Hob. 913, 919. Bimrgtii}iKn, BbWIb- pistes j CtatuH 
Lorrtm, S16., 8iT tonposile). Sheep-pen In ths CompaEna. 

Coul-iDT. Ii: 917, 918, 930, 921. Onuit, Portralti-, Buftux, X». F. E. 
WeiroHor, Vfl. Haria Theresa; 878. Lairuie, Diana j 911, Uoaglard, Ear 
bonri B35, 880, 808. C(. / .-..-..- 

D.aroH, SlEelches for a CI 

CoKTun. il: Quodol, 100. Dfowing-room of tbe old Vienna Aigidemy, 
iJB9. Ranting scene, SU. Ooant Lambe^-Sprinaenstein (p. 53), 339. For. 
I rait of blmself. 

CuHFABT. xll: UavtptrlKh, 195. Allegory of the fate of art, 358. St. 
Narclssnsi opposite, 361. TiHhbtiv, Painting and mnaic. 

Cdufaet. liU: Btlarich Ffiair, 170. Dealb of OennBDleal, lOlS-17. 
Sketches for Klopslock-g Hessiah, JO^O. Poctcait of blnuelT, 1021. Coon- 
lis.13 Bellegarde, -.J93. a. B. Lampi llu rcmfer, Chnora; 106. F- B. Zampi 
Ihi F.lirf, Joseph II, 

CoHFlGT. iIt: Has. IllS. 1117. L. F. Bcintrr «.>> Cttriti/eld, Knighfi 
farewell and returni m. ?». Bndrr, Bio lie JaoDlroi lt1B. B. VawUr, 
Alfatlan peuant-glrl in a wood (1870)i aauermunn, 1070, Sheep, 1113. Re- 
turn froin lbs bant (1616), 1186, 11H7. Cows i 1169. £«du. Smuii, Jitwist 
pedlar (shetcb)! 973. Sa«Kh, EEEi^n-Alp in Tyrol llS7l)i 1130. Jot. nw 
NArM, Christ's farewell to the Ulsclples, 

(loHfiaT. nv; •Waldnauer, 1092. Nicolo (1851), HIM, 1193, llld mothef 
and seeood wife (IBfiO), 180. The convent meal {iPOS). 1165, IIBB. Pof 
irails (18*61, 1141. Priest oirriina the Host (1809), BS6. Fori rait of hlnueH 

Uoni-aai. ivl: 1118. Conon, Family pt.rlrait (akalchli AmrrHni;, BN. 
Porltail of himself, lOBt. Lole-player, m. Baffmalu, Auolenl Bree" '"•'- 

Bcape, With the tomb o( Anocroon, 961. Siianit, MarkC ■ " 

Brfrtmr, Paluteps on t1ie Aim; 1209. ^ndr. EiM/toM, 

No. lies. CUftm, 

Vollye piclore 

1 (4fawliig)j 



OUa, lf.^^H. Ill 

9. 9kct 


;; nil. p^ 

carUlD or 1 [beat 



.146. Vorh 

■alt nflilmi^lf. 

lil8. sia, 

dgUi HtcldHl. 

'" "b™ VI. (ki. 

: No. 952. 


, birtH 

£. £. iTDlKr, Hirki 


at C^ro, 

!, Eetan. t, 

baoiiSeS. f'olK, E 

\th ret 

imiinE hs 

.m«i 951- /. H. 

Temple of Venui ii 

l»i 1160. 

Sthloditr, LSI 

idacape'i IBS. U 

t., Thu 

OberBM,m. TBlti 

ing on m. 

8 putUH. 

D. 991. 

ff«dr, Fil 

Mqe at Sight )i 

1 Norway; 

1TB. i 


lloonllghl-lagdacain-. lOTO. A. Adienhnch, iBundatad mill-dsm. ^^| 

CunFAKT. Ill: U'23. R<u!. Early apiiiig la Ihc Paniioger An i 179. OmT/^H 
.^JlnitocA, Church feilival^lnllal; J !«^ t^*h^TheOhl™iiee[_ 110*. fltAiim-^M 

LtkeorLueuo. — Lone wall gfKootn VI: 181. .i don, 

tat 97a 0. no-, m — ■" 

idiih war of 1^8. 
llOa. Ftrd - - 

_ _ _ _ a Jeld ClBSaii 19i6. S 

<leemer. Ou Iha lear-wall, water-colDura bf Rsdalf Alt. 

Cnusaa IX )■ entered from Boom V. We torn to 

to buiii at the ff. enil. TIlb ataods rBroWe, Mos. 679-1)81. 

(Bmdi), Wlmed " " " ■ " 

Oreatlaii, Sal), EipuIaioD from Faitadiie, Li 

Judgment. Hell; L. Crtauuh On EMir, oA. LuereUa. 1118. Hi 

Brim, Bepaie oa I 
ifl Sibjii B72. Ai-ik 
le Hght (laai); S 

Coron>lion of Marj-j .__._. .. , _ . ___ 

— - - - - - --- [the Howan 

D. Stun, UoroTnlion of Marj-j -Tlfi. P. dt h 
uonii-ywJt 7G9. Sir Pder Ltli, Seven chfldrei 

■eU. RcHA'-uiidt. Yonng Dotetwoaiani 1098. .. „ 

Tiiusleal pnrtj, 670, Sic. ifaci, Boy-arcLor, Dirl Sali. 731. The lolo, 
08i, A »elicl partji D. Tcniert Iht I'oimjn-, S10-S1% Bli. 820. The Otb 
Kii-tB, •88S, Witthea- Sabhalh , 726. JiliMmcy, Venn.; 696. Duct, Duet; 
tt=8. SiKiiliir, YouiiK lad,; 782. Adr. can Oitad., Ci.inic wader-, 7Ba 
JV'Uiii. Cavatieri In fi-ont of a tavsni 8U3. Line''l'adi, Pi^^^i^a del FopolQ-, 
(!it8. a. IIVIQ--I, Prrmantsi 72*. J. ™» Oitaie, Pea? anls; 1137. A«l. Mor (Mure). 
Poflraili eS8, flWlr IFowarmoB. Cattle raatnrinBi «. IfoHimMi, 8Bf- 
Camii-sei'aB, •SSS. Cavalry flghl; 891. /•. umiacr, IlBlinn landaeapei 827, 
ZltrtAim, Ludsckpei 83«, BTB, 810, 609. jMilpS LandicapeB; S71. A. can 
di PXdlin, OlUe-mKrlmtilgaRclenii Jac.taitJtiiyi^Qil, -m Landieape, 
■HM. Lanrlaeapewlthnund-, 823. SviirtUnea,'Wtlsrti.l\;Jiie.taHaiigidaal, 
VHS. Laiidscspe with broalc, -Sn. Osk-foreati 828. Ptnartir, Rlvfr-ecenei 
-eii. Vf ao»e<t, Uordrechli 668. IT. van dt Vttdt Iht youu/c,; DoloU bar- 
luMri HT6, B.di ruegir. The roadi-, TBI. Wtmix, Karal hirbuurllandBCape 
hy J. A'Ulyii 736 /. ion Ooycn, Sevplerai 716, 717. fan nicl, leteriori 
■f Uolch ehgicbes; 71B. f. Sajr, llu filifcr, Clmrdh-iiAerior. 

A little to Ihu W. of tlie ARsdemy, st EBchBubiabgasse 
1 1 , IB tbe flue KenaUsaiice building at the Englncerl" atut Arehl-i 
lecU' t'nfonand oftlia fticimlrialSocfeljf'Qeirerbeveraiii'), areo 
by 'ITileiistiunn in 1870-73. 

We cctutii to tbu Opein-Ring. At tbe end, on tbe left, ia 
Impsrial Opera Hoius (PI. JI, C, i; p. 7), a magiiificent Rem 
ia»te bnUdlng, erncted in 1361-69 by Ed. Can dcr Nmi aud A. i 

The lUmpluuuB deeoralluni of tlie iHTiaiuB (vipible on wei'ke 
i-h p.m. on api'llcaliOD al tbe ofnce) ware aieauted br Xor. rm Sclim 
£d. »i(j«M». Kavi KaM, and otben. On llielwodjome slaircase are medall 

Id. ^ 




paTtiiltgoCthaBrEliKeetlby Joi-Ceiar; Uiepsraret it idoraed witbmir 
■Utuoi of Uic levin Wbtni arU, by B. Oaitar. Adjo'cin^ the faier, Wk 
la riehljr smtanlliibad wilb operiUe bdi^dss by ScAiii4Nd and buela uF celebm 

of Heroiam, Trag/dr, Fantur, Comedy, and Lovs by Jf- ££h>(I. 1 
wlngiid horBBi Abova Ihe balnin; ore gjBO by SSIuwI. lbs Inlerior, » 
>ulg for 22TQ BpecUlora, Ii rictaly gilded and palnlcd. Celling-palnllae 
SiAl: curteln foe tri^dy (leeend of Orjibeni} detiHiied bv BaM, for coini 
by I'trd. hmtfUrga: Tbe fronW ot 1L« boiea us embelliibed witli i 
llJllotu of Iblctr diatinguiiihed memben of Uis VJeBBese opera during 
I lait Imniltcd -jta*. 

TheS. oonllnuBlionoftlieKatnlner-StraBEB (p. 21) leads from 
tlie E. end of the Opem-Ring to a dietrkt much altered since Ike 
coverliig-in of tbe Wlen and the construRtion of the Stadtbaliu. 
The Friedrtch-Str. leads henoe to the W. to the Exhibition BnilMuK 
of the Seoesston (PI, II, S, Q; adm. p. 12), ■ cemarkable stmctaie 
in an ABByrian-EgrptLan style, by J. jM. OUitlch [1898). Tbe bronze 
group of the Triumph ot Marcos Aniflniua, at the N.E. corner, is 
by SlTOiitt. — The ffuntlnw-I'or .Vorftt, or Nasfh-MarH (PI. II; 
B, 0, 5), is adjoined on the E. by the apacious but still unBuiabfil 
KAiii,«-PLATa [PI. II i C, 5), in which are two alations of the Stad r- 
bahii. In the gardens on the S. aide are the Tilgner FDun(ui7i(1903l, 
with a pleasant group of children from Tllgner'a design, aiid (.bron^^e 
Stntui ofRmel [d. 18B7), Inventor of the a craw-prop ell or, by Fern- 
lioin [18G3). Behind rleca the FolTteelmio Institntion (PI. 11, 
0, Qj adm. on appllcatian to the custodian, in the left comer of the 
first court on the rijht), containing rich techiilcal collections and 
also the Ttchnolosical Cabinet [open on Sun. 10-12). 

The SarlBkiidhs (PI. 11; 0, o), erected in 1716-36, after 11.' 
i:uBsatlon of Ihe plagne, from designs by Fiicher von Ertacli, i; i 
lofty structure with a dome, in the Italian baroque style, and i 
preceded by a Corinthian portico of jii columns. The effects <'i 
the plague are portrayed in relief in the tympanum. Flankin.: 
the portico are twohulfrlea, resembling Trajan's Column , 108 ft. 
In height, and 13 ft. lu diameter, with reliefs from ilifi life of 
St. Carlo BorroDieo by Mader, The ohnrch contains fieaeoBS In 1!»! 
dame by J. F. Roltmayr and an altar-piene [St. Elizabeth) by Qran. 
To the left ia a monument of the poet Btlnrlch oun Collin [d, 181 1 1. 

On the N. side of the Kirla-Platz ace the Halvleli-Akademi' 
lentr. Ahademie-Slr. 12), erected by Fellner In 1660-62, and Iho 
K&BitlerliatiB (Ft. 11 : C, 5), built In the Kalian ItenaiBsance bI ~ 
by A. Wtbtt in 186&-68 (adm., see p. 12). — To the left, betwi 
the Dumbaiiaase and Oanovagaase, is the HnalkTereisi - Oebfti 
(PI, II; C, &), in the ReuBisaance style, erected by Banitn In 19 
i870. Iiilhoiilnhesofthefacddenrestfltueioftenfamoui 
I by V w, /',/;, liL Ihi' inlornjr «.■ Hi.' rbi«s-rui,m» i.f I 


valory of Maair, and superh concert-raoma ; the chief hM ii 
coiated with oeiling- pain tinge of Apollo and the Muses bj Aug.\ 
Elieniienger. The society possesses a lihrary of 20,000 musical 
HOika and a yaloabte collection of old instrumentB, poTtraits ot com- 
posera, MSS., bnsts. medals, etc.(adni., aeep. 10^ iK)nneTtB, seep. T). 
The DOW KaUir Fram Joitph iloseum is to be built on tlie E. tide of 
tba KarliPlatt. _ __ 

The Opem-Rlng is continued, beyond the Earntnei-Str. (p. 21 \ J 
by the KiaBTKHii-HiNO (PI. II; 0, 4, 6), a fashionable qoarterj 
with a number ot handsoma dwelling-houses and hotota. At lt!l 
rarlber end, in tbe Schwanenbtrg - PUiti (PI. 11; D, b), rlaea the ' 
equfistiian Slaliie of Frinef. Charla Schviantnbtrg (d, 18201, 'the 
vlotoriaua laodei of the Allies in the wars it 1813 and 1814', in 
hronie, by Hiihntl (ISBTJ. On tbe left la the Falaet of Archdnht 
Ladviig Vitlor (No. 1), and on the right, Baron Wtrlheim'! PalaBi 
(Ho. b), both by Feritel. Farther to the S„ beyond the Wien, ie 
the PaUiee nf Prince SebuaTtcnbcrg (Fl. 1; F, 5), ivith a pleasant 
i;arden (open to the public in summer^ In front of the palace is 
the AoRAifrBM-Brunn«n, with a Jet lOOft. high. 

The KoiowiiAT-RiNO (PI. II ; D, i, 5) begins at tbe Sthwanen'- 
herg-Platz. — To the right in the Christinengasse is the Aeade. 
Oymtuieium (PI, 11 ; D, 6). with a handsome Gothic facade, etec 
by Fr. Schmidt tn j86§-&6. In front of it Is the Beethoien-PIat^ 
embellished «itb a *Koitnmeiit to BeBthavsn, by ZumtusiiA (1360J. 
On a lofty granite pedestal is the seated figure of the great nomposet 
in bronie, 83/< ft. high; on the pedestal are Prometheus Boand, 
Victory with a wreath otiaurela, and Youthful genii. — At the comet 
of the Jobatinesgitase aud the Lotbringer-Strasse stands the Palain 
Lariirh, a flne French Kenaissance building by Van dei Null. To 
IheS.E., in the Heumatkt, is the Vienna Sltating CliA (PL 11; D, 5}. 

The *BUdt-Puk (PI. II; D. 4) is a favourite resort in summet. 
The pretty Kurtatan, in the Italian Renaissance style, was built in 
tBO^-UT from designs by J. Qarben (concerts, etc., see p. 7). On I 
the N.E. side are a bronr* statue of Ham Canon, the painter, b) 
Weyr (1906), a fountain with a figure of the Danube by Ham Gasui 
( 18CCi], and 'The DellTerauce of tha Source', a marble group by Jol^ 
Hpu (1904), A little farther on, by the pond (skating in winter), " 
is ihe •Monument of E, J. Schiruller (p. 14), the lands^^ape-painte^, 
by Ilelliner (1896). At the N. end at the pond la a bronze bust of 
Braekner, the composer (lSM-98), by Tilgner (1000); and on the 
N.W. side, near the Rlng-Str., are a broniB bust of BttrgomatUf . 
ZeUnka (d. 1868), by Ponninger; a •Monument of Front ScliubtrtA 
I d , 1828), by Kandmann ; a marble bust of Atneribiff, the paintafj 

14), by J. Bank (1902); and a statue oSHant Makarl, the paintffl 

14), by TllgDer (1897). 

" 1 the Pask-Bikd (PI. II j D, 4), opposite the Stadt-Park, a 

IB Pataee (No. 4), with elaborately decorated apartments, anU 

It in 

nter, *' 
at of 


38 Boutt t. TIEtraA, AuaM 

the building of the Qarlenbau-QeitliiKlMft, or Horticultural Siieielji 
(No. 12), oontainiag spsoiooB saloons for exilbitions, conr.ecU, atn, 
(p. 7), Farther on risaa the *Fa[ace af the Teutonia Order (PI. U; 
I), 3, i), erectad by Hansen in the RonaisBsnce stylo in 1865-67, 
mv DEcnpied by the Grand Maatei, ths Archdake Engine. Hand- 
some Ctgadfl with Ionic colnmns, adorned with etatuas and trophies 
abOTe, aod a flae ataiTRiae. 

Al Iba end at Hio Stodl-F^rk the StvlmrBrHeie (PI. Il| E, SI, dsti-ig 
fraiB the IBUi gdbI., l»dii to IIib Tight lo Ibn rtiBtricI uf Unilstisa^e (p. B5|. 
To the rielit, at the eni of lbs brldga. is ttae Crtunl UarM (PI. Hi E, 41, 
to the left Ibe Baupl-iottonU SlaHun of tbe Staihahn (PI. II ; E, S>, named 
from Uie Baupt-Zaaaml, or Cliiif Cmlam Emu, wh>eli lies immediMeli (o 
lbs K. (p. lU). 

In the STUEBir-ItiNa, on the right, is the 'Amtriui MnBenm of 
Art and Indnitif (PI. It ; E, 3J, an Italian RenaisBanee edifice in 
brick, irtth etoQB artirulatlon, erected in 1868-71 from designs by 
Ftrstel. The eiteiiot ia embelliihed with two frieiea In agrafliio 
by Ferd. Laafbergcr, and with majolica medillion-portraite of cele- 
brated artists and srt-workerE. In addition to its important collec- 
tloDs of industrial art, founded in jS€3 on the plan of the South 
Kensington Mnaeum, the Mnseum containB a library and rooms for 
lectures and meetings. Adm., see p. 10. Catalogne (1901) 1 A*. 
Director, A. von Scata. 

Stound Flsar. Ttan iqunre ■FsaiBTVi.E eantalna tonlpturci. eblsnycaili 
of anclDDt and mudero warkii. — Kigbt: Room I. ^edmeiti of Ihe Oetd- 

Bomao docoralivo nrl; ormmBnla of Iho period of llie tnrburim mtgia- 
lioat. — Dcrti-C&BS It, CablccU 111 and IT. EHeoIrotrpe eaplei nf 
Mliquo and ByiMlino gcildsniitb-a work. — Caaes V and VI. 'Ghunli- 
pUle [moBtlT ItoioaiieBqne) of tbe BruDiitJi^fc-Lunebiirg fumily (•o-cajjiiil 
'Gnelph Trsmnnj-), indnding (C.BB V) large 'Rcliqnarj in the form of a 
doniBdB$iBnUnecbn[cb(BbeniBhwackiCLl2QU), pnclable aUar-rBllqnuy 
byEilbBciss, oFColnene (I2ib cent.); puriible aliarof UareraTine Oertmde 
Ifiaioa, afiBT UCflji crjppEr-giK Croas (IZtbeent,), so-calTi^d Huglub Owi.i 
(llth nr l»h centliiaDnatranie snd paten of gi.%Bmward of Elliaoabeim 
(893-1022). — Caae VIll. Sdectad ealdBmitb'a nnrk ud cnamBla. laslading 
a 'CthoIOx by Haan Finleuorrs of Floreni^e (d. ea. 146ai i 'BBualaaaace or- 

CTa»iia "orn by ima^ce 'of Ihc Hedonna, al Ball, in Tyrol; ailTcr-gUt 
chalicB from Hall; larj.^ ailver-gfll eublcl from Lfincbarg fafter ISB); 
gold aniiff-bo> from Onrfllo, with anamel-palBlins by Degaull (1788). - 

IVlif, Cab. srX-XXVI. DecoraUye ""' '' 


1> from 

of llie Hidonna. 

Hali (BBTarina anf 

an works, IBlh or 

17lb oent.). 

— CaseXXVIl. 

ngs. — Cotcl SX 

— Caaa XXX. 


ull-hoies (I8tb an. 

1 19lb t 

leni.J. '— CasB xx: 

ra, Japane 

niello work. - Caaes 

I-XXSTI. Chineaa 

vasea >nl > 

: dyoaal 

ly (iStb and J6lb e 

Ml.)-, Orle 

a xxWii-: 

nt>I goldainltb'i 

i restela. — Oaae 

KXKIS. Molen. 

■melB and goldsmi 

meilala and pla- 


BUM. - At the . 
Boob IL Hoiirn 


'i>~i ™i of''ih» 


of San Slmc^a 



Cab. MV. PeraUi 

I t11«, Tor 

klsh (ayenw.- 



10 polfBry. — Cab 

kiali polle«rf« 

b. Vlii A IX. Cbi, 

1 Japa-ncse porcela' 

in ; JiipsDej 

>e BlonewMiS 


b. XL Hijpano-Ma 


1 omjollta (15-18tb 

tenl.). — 

Cab. XI^^H 

Induilty. VIENNA. 1. BouU. 

Dalian maJoUoa (rhieBj I8lb cent,)- C&h XIX, Cab. XX. French tayeno* 
()8-19lb ceoM. — Cab. XXI, Cuei XXIII A XXIV. Duleh fur-— ■"-»■■ 
nUi and JSIh cenl,). — Cab. XXII. German fayenoo from H 
reulb, tic. (ISth Dent.)' — CElb. XSVl-XXVU, Ociman, AutriaB 
Kiillicrn rarenee. — Cab. SKVIIl, German Btonewara [le-lSth osnl.l. — 
Cab. XlXIOIXxa. Dresden poraelalB. — Cab. XXXIU, Berlin porcelain. — 
Cab. XXXIT and XLO. •Vionoeso poievlalD fr.>m the f.olorj founded in 
1T18 aadcloiedInlE6t, Inclnding (Cab. XXSIV-.XXXV] buntifnl blunit. 
BfoapB in Ibe Empire style, by Ant. OrMsi. — (!»b. XLIII. -PnTBelnln 
from LndBigiborg, Hachsl, f wnkenlbal, and Jlympb.ntiiirg. — Cab. XLIV. 
Ilallan noroel^n Irom (he Oapodlmonle fulac; at Kaplea; Spanitb por- 
relaia riom the Boen Retlro futnry in Madrid i Stirea pDrEslaln (cap with 
lliepnrtnit Df tbeEmpreeillarieLouiiAintSi^, — Cab. XLV. Wed^wDod 
ware. — Cab. XLVn-LVII. Modem poraelalo, itoseTrire, and bycnee. 

Booh m OIoji. Oab.I-lH. E^ptlan flMs uid rragment' nrKnman E)ai<. 
— Cab, IV. Oriental glMB, includinj an Arabian n<ia [oe-lamp (15th tenl.ji 
8r>aniiib Elais from B;irceloaa, ota. (IS-lStb ocnt.). — Cib. V-VIll, XXIV 
KTid XX^. Vencllan glatJi <lG-lSlh cent.), inclnding (C.aH XXV) a 16th cent. 
cnnital goblet, wllb enamul palntisg of niBriBaiill. — Gab. IX A X. Ocr- 
maa and BoIudiUb glua with funed-painting (16-ISlli cent.); dnoble etasees 
wllb glldlB(. — Cab. XI.: aehapor gfaBiee. wtlh patnttna in blaok colour, 
Gniisaii and Bohemian mb?-g1ai9. — Cab. XXtll,: Bobemlan eDt-glivia 
(17-I8th eenl.)[ below, medieval German Elaas In an antlqae jtyloi cup 
witb the arms of ATCbbiihon Maltbias Lang (d. 1510). — Dmk-Cose XVII.: 
rbtnete and Japineae (laai. — Cab. Xtl-XVI. and Xvni'XX,: Mudam 

.■I^idinK a BenaiifMce pane wilb • flgnro of Bammer, by Chriil. He'orBr 
(if Zflricb (IB9TI, end Uro TOUTB-wlndowB witb ibe kneeling fljures of 
Pbllip tbe Haodaome and Joimia of Caitile (c. 1500). 

noon IV. Ill Section: J«eitM Polliri/. Cabt. I. and II. OrCflk tS'ci 
iif the older ilyle. — Cah. IV. Vaies Irom Qere, probably of loninh 
origlni twD fine bydHge (IIT, 118): Iripod In tbe early Attic ityle. — 
Cab. V-VII. Blaek fisoredAltic laiei. — Cab. XI and XVIII. AlUc rcd- 
flgiirrd Tase.. — Oah. XII. Lecythi (361. Mourning- Jceno). — Cab. XIII. 

Cub. XVI. Oreak tona^ot.ta flgurei 09*, ^M. Fine Tflmgra llgnrini-s). — 
Call. IX. Etnacan bnccbern laies. — Under {laig, Three oiummy-msakl 
in Ihn Ornoo-BamaB ilyte, from Upper E^rpl. 

Section 1 iftlaU (eiecpl gold and altver). Cub. I. AnUqne broniea, — 

l>e<k-OMe II. llallan ItenaUaanu bromca, InelDdiig a door-knoeker In 

Ibe ihana of a rlfBn. — Cab. III. Italian and Oerman bronieo; abo'e, 

Dior or a tabernacle with a relief of tbe Bntnnibraeiit (Ilal.i itlh cent.); 

rtm aUtuoLle of Ht. Sebailtan (Itul.-. ITlh rent.). On tbe adjacent wall, 

>~-i-l of the laeriely-duor of St. Mark'a, Venice! 'Bmnic-head of a woman 

H.r^i t leib eeat.); leid-relier* by B. DonnnF (Qalataaand PiEmaliuo, Pan 

' 1 1 Cuoid). — Desk-CaaaaX-Xn. Italian bronie plaiiaetlea. — CueiXIlI- 

VL Cupiea of plaquetlu by Filler Fiatnor of Tfaremberg (d, 151B}| atwifl, 

<he wall , modern plaqnettaa by Koly, ets.i Bellefi by C. Tin del 

i.<-i,.eB I'Siienee- and two portralla)) in front, 0. Kaunlec, Tbe Sower 

-iDie). By lb? rear-waU In the cabinet lo (he right: Modem bronisa, 

liidlni a Florentine aingerand John Ibe Baptist by P. Duhnls. Blandine 

■ ■• ilteir, aPlelfi. In the Cab. to the left, Orienlnl workalo tin and hraas.— 

"■ " ■'- work. — Deik-Caao V. 8li learlsn plaqiwtlea by 



Otoeri R. Qonner. Itecnmbeot fleore dI 
Modd 0' - ■ •- -- " - - 

lent for the Bmpnma Catharine 11. of Euai 
._ .IVUXIS. Mcdata. — Ca=e VII. t Cab. Vlll.: Keya and 
dUiI loeka (1B-I9ib cent.). — Abio, llne iron lallice-work. — P 
[>agb the arealed court, to the right, we enter — 
RooH V. FamUura. lit leetion: Golhie fDmitaret 9nd-ltb m 

■a»| I 

: Fomllure of the Frencb Be/ 
Bl the aide-wall to Iheleft, German BenaleaancG _ 
a cheat! from tbe law-eoarta at Hainbaig (17th ■ 
Tall to the right): Ilaltan furniture, intarafa-work H 


^^F and 

^^ Eaf. 

VIENNA, MuiewnofArt: 

and Mctlun = FroDch hai . . 
- ■■ h furnilBte (IBlb Mnl.) iBd mndern 
iDH TIL Talili Fairia taxMbits ehi 

■dmltfed on applicutioa 

iq Esyplian '- ' 

Bl and knTS' 

., , ,, - - » FrineiaeBa {lUl. 1 iBtheu...,, 

AiHaFian •iiwia (d. 1608), Tbcae butU. On ths £.-i»lI: Ar£. BiMtm, 
8utad aUtne ot CaFlflai nl tbe eiit, V. Ti!etnr, Biut of Fenlel flSn). 
'^- ' — -' •- "-s left molain ivofr-csrvinii,- - "■ '- 

liglit, am all wood-cn 


;Dre of a niae 

■Virein (Oerm. 

1S00)t Adamajid 


wood; Oorm 

i^n. 161b DCnUi 

BounrBiag of Cbriat i 

oent.)-. wax 

-ngurea (Pitti, 

Uadgnsa and Child. 

etfTmo^ by™ 
In tbe remidnlDg 

«i. flMri , 

as moael. fo 

ir Iba ViennuB 

oty. — 

cab, eukeli, 

d lacqner wotk, 


D tbawBUa, 

lapeBtrias, wl 

>rklBe In t^r 

1 fields an™" 

.t,!rniing of a 


.bsra' lUtb oBnt.l 


pe follDWini ' 

1 BC6 repr^dnttioii 
tbe o<6cw or tbe 

IS of 



■B. BoomXIU. 


of public woi 


(oarly IMb ct 

i,t.},_ Ui 


offl^froio Eloheuia 

libaie (Oslliic) 

Boon XV. Fr 



sancE, laes). 


XVI. Gotbio roi 


Tyrul (1490J. 



let?™bj Ibfi cmprais. 

C. SiUunfiia 

al or meeUnB- 

aljle 01 

t Loiil. XV. (oopy of > r 

Dom In the i 

^aatlB gt E«lcr. 

h&uj. Alio, 


of Frtocli furniti 


of tbi 

, IBlh eantnt 

■J. - KOOB D, 

Tlie LlBBAiT, in aildlUon lo 30,000 lediiic&l n-oiXs, conlains abnul 
B0,000 engtailn^a, etc., Iccluding t, collection of enirsred ilailgna tot or- 
samcnla (IK-iaili eent.l, viLlnabla bnoki of pattaroa tor ambroidary md 
lace of tbe parlud of tbe SgDaiaaaneB, ets. 

I The buildine eracted by Feratol in 187Q-77 on Out N. side or 

I the Austrian Miuonni (iontoiOBthe ScAooi of Arts and Cro/ls (PI, It; 

I E, 3]. In tlia passagB connecting tbe tiro buildings Is a Urge uinsaiu 

^ figure of Athena, by Ferd, Laufbecget, 

Oil the left, farther nn, a new residential quactar Is being built 
on the Bite of the drilling-gcoiiiid and two birtBcka thai atood hen^ 
nil 1901. — Opposite, beyond the ZollimtB-Briirke, is the " 
Zoltamt (p. 36). Farther on, beyond the Badelsky Bridge (PI. il ; 
E, 2), in tbe 111, or Lindstrane district, is the building of tlwH 
Vienna Humane Society for the rescue ot the drowning. 

The King- SlrssBB ends on the Dannbe Canal at the Aip 
Briiclu (PI. II ; K, 2), » obain-bridge erected in 1864, The bnttn 

kare a^lorned witli allegorlMl ntntues by Melnltihy, — The Vl 
fotet-Qnal (PI. I1;A, It, 4) leads hence Co the loft along the O) 

ig of tlw^ 

Natural HUlary Utuetim. VIENNA. 

passing the Fcrdinimdi-Briiclie and the Stephanie- Briieke, ' 
SdiOiten-Eing [p, 26) »nd the MaTia-Thertiim-Briicke or AugaHm- 1 
ISrUcke. This EUBpetiBlon-biidge, wltli buttreises adorned vith 1 
fiUlues, opposita the large Sudolph Barracks fp. 72), leads to tlia 1 
Ltopoiditiidt and the Augarltn (p. 64). 

f. ZXe Imperial Museums. 

Ill the Biirg-Bliigfp. 33), flanking the Maria-Tharesien-1 
are the Imperial Moievmi [PI. II, A, B, 4), two eiLatttly Bimllsi 
biiildliigg in the Italian Renaissance style, erected by Haienautr, 
partly ftom designs by Sanpet, in 1872-89. That on the W. sida- 
oontalns the natural history, and that an the E. side the art-hiBtaT/ 
RoUecHona belonging to the imperial family. Each mnsenm forma 
a vaat rectangle (I7& by 77 yds.), with slightly projecting avant- 
lorp* adorned with columns. AboTe the central portion rises a dome, 
which, Including the colosatl llgure on the top, reaches the height 
of 210 ft. 

*VBtitralEltt«i]r Kasenm (PI. II, A, 4). The two central 
stories of the miin building contain the chief part of the eitensl' 
colleeciona, which originated with the pntchase, byErap. Franeia 
in 1718, of the collection of J, von BMllou of Florence. The pre- 
sent liitendant la Dr. Frant Sttindachncr. Adm., see p. 10, stlcl 
aud umbrellas must be given in «barge. 

flgniu which enrich Ih« Kxtei 

ilotul Ugun or Haltei Id brotiJie. by J. 
JRsrnojd. In the ipandreli of the dome 

Kuifdmann. On the balustrade tra pattrail-ilalae 
ural iclMce, euli 10 R. In belglit. Over Ihn nind 
portialt-hudt of at DsIaraUita; than la UmedlJIl 
IS ipindKl. of Ibe ert»t windows, and in 13 nicb^ 

iolUBurlc»llWei«liiiMi ■ " 

, cnlamna or The eenlral 

Aaia and Arrica, by P. Wagiiir. 

Tba EiiiBincic it under the dome, In the ceotre ot (be rscade. Tbe 
dome of the Vsstibdli la adorned wltb S uedaUlDn-pnrtr&its o! rormar 
dlrfctora of Iho muleum bjjM. lax. A Aort fliglil of ilepi lead! Ibenca 
to Iha HoubparleTTe or (roandlloor to the rigbt, while Ihn crund ■talruae 
aicend* attiilehl to Ibe /rv*r or ooiridor of llJe firit floor. Th? largti 
cellfni-painliDg of Ibc BTimcitiE (Cci'le uf Life) and the 13 alleKorlcal 
Qgam in the lucettu are b> ifaru Canon: tba S portnil atatura on the 
wall-plllara by Vikt. Tiliiner, etc. The nlchea of the dome of Ihe/avir are 
filled wllh a11tEO'i<^al fleurei b; Tlli/na-! above Ibeae mm a pleasing 
frieze with ADimatt, by Jnh. Bmi. The aiiuidtel* of tbe wtndowa eonlaln 
rclieft by End. Wtvr. 

Tliliori witb -^ bra. only at eommmd bad belter caaDne (heir at- 
tention V> the two |nincii>tl floori. Tbe following deacriptlon Balea the 
chief objeela of interest. For fuller information, ace tbe otadal 'Allge- 
maine FOhrer' CfSOS; 1 K. 30A.) B»ld in tbe clDak-room, 

KFiom the Vestibule we ascctid the short fliirhf of stairs to the 

42 Route 1. TIEPJNA. JVofuMl 

GBOtmn Floor. The 19 chief rr>Dms are adoracd with 
'Wall PnSnllngs by the beet Austtlso BCtiets, lllaslrative of 
dtfTerent coltccttoiis (with Inscriptions above them Df Ihi 
and the painter]. 

A. MinBnilogiiial-P»trogT»pliic»l --'•--"— ' ' 



1 by I 

. 2Dd windoi 


aow is B 


U (Boa. IM, 1 

till! (BDJons 'Jewel-tKJoqost lo a vue of rock-oryaUl, preneii'Bd by H 
preis MbHi TlerasB tn let haaljBnd FriiicH I, ItBloefl it betHsen fl.i 
and e,SnOI.). Aajicenl, db tba lort, "OpBl from OierwenlliB In HnnEs 
rBrfxctly pnro (VRbiBd b1 Bbonl aOO,D(nj.>, ■ diamnnd waigbing 83 »t 
and B large emarild In cnlcareoog UTiar. Opposite, In Ibg uble cuss by < 
tsnirA wiadnw (11»-133), Jewell, roneh, pollabed, and eel, paitlcula 
diiiipondi <if v^riciTig cotourg. — Boom IV. Building materials from Vlen 
Empire, Italy, i ' ~ _ — . .. 

. Tbul Inthe 

w«\Khl ttUc J 




(e flTY iDcleorLlc ftoin Koyahij 
ng or whieb ia tbe tobject at tl 

, ... __ . . _ _ . . IBS, amillor melMHtBB. In Iho 

(116-131), larve rrsEmenU »r meteoric Iron On^ludln^ a 3iie< 
zapll in Uexlco) and t> plow of telluric iron from Oiifuk .n ».»»»..>. 
B. OesIoKie«l-7iil»antolDgiiil Gnlltctiai. Koom TI. TotberiEbl, 
tUc door, Bmp. Francis 1. with Ibe dlreelore of hii eollcctiona. an all-pal 
ing by F. Uamtr. Foeull Dora (Caaoi H8. PalKQiolc; *l-3e. Maaoio 
37-S5 Kilnoiolc) and Lleroelyibs (Oaiee BfrM). — Hoom VII. By I 

ir Ibe I 
Habraaina; fa 
-wHI, liniesl 

» Wllb IT 

a^e (Oa<ei> 19.60 1 al 

ipreiilnna or sanrlin fo 

Flfsabire, with nnniBrc 

. _.. ._.. ter-miMfobifrrello. 10 

btbrDsaari {Niia. ItiG-lDO. Ill, 112, 114] and ileneoeBnnia CNd. 136) fn 

' " D Haa ; pli^nidirtyli and ramoborhyncM from the aUte-beda 

■" ' "■" 138,137)i_alancailof anarohieaiilartlOIo.lSS). 

n (X. 1 

Dull nnh 
!, by H 

Konn X. *Bkalcton.i of bears, lioi 
Ibe large cenlral ciblnel, ■Bkeleloi 
ZoMandi In the smaller central t 
■ He middle of ttas waU-case (I II 
mmalia from Ilaraeba in Per 

1 ofthe Ka*i 
nvlal al 

u Veroi 

of m 

form Hi 

fuund In eavgrnei 
te, peni^ni otUiga dUnvial bnn 
ik (Noa, il-1»), remaina of jiki-f 

natural BUtary Mumttn. VlENIfA. I. Boute. 43 

C. Prc-HlBtorig DoUsotlsD. Boom XI. Cssel 1-10. PalRolithic or nrlii^al 
inl period (in 8, human ukull from ■ »TBrn al Lmtoch in llm«i.), 

.«c« ll-3i, 65-76, Hoolilhic o- ■ " ' "-— 

LidrlcDii !aV31. friiiu Juku-dn 

,nl^« frnin ILb brUBie ae( 

id ( 'IB-51. I 
-iai 06-BU. BicH ; 
, Ciau 1-31, 61-^ 

I. Relion 

nd £eJoYil 

lithe 'Ln . _ _ ._ 

.- Iis^:.lmn. .nd II 

. _. . .8. 3.'i^9). 

D. Xauia(»vU[>IOoUgDti<ia. SiiomXlV. Horthsni nndKutern 
CbiDS, Japan. — Ruou XV. India and tbi Uiltf Archlnslafo. — BooH . 
HkUv ircbipelaen. »ew Ouinas, i>nd HBl>iDesI&. — Rook XVII. New 
don<>u AnstnLia, New Zeolmd, FoJynegla, and UlaroDesia. — Eoom S 
America. - The dour on Ihe lefl admlU to ■ aariei dF Bve raama, 
lalnlDi Aneriun «iilli]ailieB. Baom XVlts. 7, B, 10. 11, Implemen 
Itae Houad Bnlldrn of ths tlniMd SUtds. Booai XVUIb. Kexfcan 
qallici) bitide No. 10 ii > reduced replica of ttae great Ailec Mone c. 
ia,r in Hwiag. — Kuom XVlUn, •7. Sbield wltb Feitbir- ornaments 
euld atripei; •10, FcsihST-onianicnli ol tbs £mp, UonteEami orHexic 
Buam SlXb, CeDtraL aod Hontta Amgriea, — Boom XlSa. Pern and 
vi», — To tbe cigbl ii Rnom X(X. willi object* from Africa. 

The exit lesde back (a tbo Teetibule. The raiJti Etaircaso U 
Icfl flsceuds Iheni-'e to the — 

FlB«T Fi:Ooli. ZoolDgical aoUectigu. Tu the Icfl, Roam 

co»l. — Room XXII, Insee 
3t-3a, Anti' neiti, 69, S6. Cu 
nr leaf-oasiha pperlPbjIllu. 
05, BliiBDurus-btetle and • 

tnate tropical beelleni BB, 69, Be&' 
: 71, 73. Hoise lUg-bcetles (Hacroi 

buite IndioD terpen! (Pftbon molnnMi note aliL> ikelelon by tbe >va]J, 
riaht of the eolraneo). Cait» 76-111. Large eloUe Jiinrds. — Boom XXVUI. 
Caaei 1-e, Urge iDrloiiei and tnrUei ; 31, 33, Ococodiiei, allieatora, etc, — 
Udom XKIX. •Anjlrian birdi, with Ibair neata, cegs, etc.; bf tbe middle 
wlndmr, acompUle aea-ewle'> nest.— Boom XXX(wbere,uIn the follawlne 
rooma, tbe chlof treaiuiei of tiie collection are placed io the front part of 
tbe caiu), BwlmminB birdatCaisa 1-8. PelleaDa; 37. FlimlngueDi 35,0. 
H. Amerieaa acreamcra (palamcdca) wllh apurrcd winea. Cisea 50-IIS. 
RnDnlDg birda, Ineluding Bt Kiwia [Aplerygldte) , Bl-58, American and 
Afriean oaliicbei- — Boom XXXI. CiuKt li-W. Pliensanlg) IS-SI, Pepper- 
recliei*! G3-5B. Farroli, — Room XZXU. Oatea 13-iB, Wenvcr-birda) S8, 
llommlne-blrdat 3S, 33. Birda ol piradiiei fiS, Lvrc-bird. ~ Boam XXXIII. 
' iiei3l4s.FBlcmig; 90-97. Yultureai InKo. bS, below, acoodDf. Window. 
>~,.>!.'i 30-3b. Otleolofieal prepnratiDna of the iknlli, tongoei, and aurnl 
■■ms or Wrd.. — Boom XSXIV. 'Skeletona of mamniali, C.aea 2, B, 
.|..'i tide neil Ibe wiudowa, <a tbe right of ibe tlieletoni of whalee, 
,;•.' baibi (whaJeboue) of wbalea. — Boom XXXV. Cue t. Sea-cow, 6. 
. .iitt.1, araiBdlUou, ant-ealan. T. S, Harsnplaln. - Room XXXYI. Ca>» 
3. 3. Antolonea, — Boom XXX Til, Cue! I 13, Rodentiai 3-8. AniBlopea. 

■■Ml* tai mnak-deer. -- Room XXSVni. Beantn of dtct and leala. 

^K 8. Walroj, aca-lioos. - Tbo door tn (be left lead* into "Side 


VIENNA. liaturai MtUmj Uiuritm. ^ 

MKBtuuji kmnged. — SAom XXXIX. Small bexat* nl 
itBiis (Uifl paloenl*; ieliniitunOD or Inclim int. lAmim 

I Fi.tiaiL if Teaulied by « duuble sttimiBe tiiinT 

. jot iliown tp tliE pnlilic. Tiic hDlaniial tiiaooliOD in aouni 

The "an^erial Art-HiBtoiy KaMmi (PI. H; B, 4") oDnWiiii, 
I Ae eiCBiiBlve on-ROlleotiouE nf tlie Anstiisii intperta) Loaaii, whioli 
e formerl}' distrihuled in tkc EolTcdere, the Impetial Biiftiuig, 
rod DlberplscEG. (Adm.. Beep. 10, atiok^ and umtneUoE n 
I^Teti up.) The Toomi uie veil ligbted. 
r TbeSztsDon nr tbit tnuldiDg, like tlm of Ihe B^lnnilBiil 
■")■ Uvillily udomeil wilh scvlplure. Ttie inme Is snTmaunUd liy s 

■_. . . .. ^^ ^j jpj^ j,^^ ^,mg y,j ,„^ llBBidoE en 

la by jy. OaM- " *■ 

Ob th« balDBbrodv ktv porfcAll-it 

iiriai hji 

iniindnaor. wIiQe aWai^t In from li 
Id DiHrUe and itueca. On tbi 
'm BiuTtile erm^ of file Yiotoi^ 

K iwiiiDiilloe IlK n 

ni^iion bT Matarl: and Ihe an 

omlcB an adnmed ^ Fr. Malt 

iir^ffHnllBS IbE^ daTelnpmenl nfi 

i.reAenl time. Tht )>sauUMl fli 

.. LjLpiaros by .fifU:. fiundHHVOL 9H 

'-.<' o4 HfipaboT^ at a patron of aft^^ 

.. by l*'*|T, of Ihfl £iap. PiBi — '- '"'"' 

L. Ba — m mt. TUe LyolJni dlacoi 

utber l«p? r<Bii]pltt 

I. RE. XV.IVl, rjjinsanil ' 
(rial Art. HE. IXV-XXS\- 

PiElniB Galimr. " " ~ 

m~ (1 K. 30A.J, bit 


Art-Eiitory AfujEtitn. VIENNA. I. Bovie. 45 

Turifliia »peoi*l cftUlo^cfl, &11 toJd in the veElIbulo. Pfaotognpliv m 

Tbe slaircBSE to (be right in tbe vestibule leads iIohh Ic thi 
biBement (Tiefpatterte)-, tlosad ; key in the ObenofBeber'ft ^ chief 
custodian' e) room, beside Room XIY. on tba ^ronniMloot. 

The Houdd of Ojeib«Mlil, Ihe lomb of > Lycian prince, 

of minlKliiTe etmelerr, 78 ft. long end 65 n. broad, mi Ibc < 

A\-ot, wu MubelUAea iiiUi > double limestone fiieie, mDrt ot wMob 
hat biMn preiflTTea. Tbe latijecta ot the frieie (mncb weather- worni I 
• re talcBi from the Iliid, fhe Udjesey, and other epic worlu (dow IdiH I 
denliDg with the Groek borate myths, and i^peaT to hive bctm executed | 
by loniaii acolptora uader tbe inauevee of the poifltioEt by Foljgooti 

. , . __. . - _^ by r. Kohl, In tbe centre of th( 

~— ' MnmBBiniBil of l^e tomb, w 

with portiona of Hear winged bi 

Erjthrc in Aala mom, »i 

■. nUni (2nd cenL B-CJi 1 

e Anyotu or Kuedoub (390-^4 B 

■ ■■■— ™'"ir n. SB. laKripllon fi 

» Plus [13B-iei A D.I. I 

a hoDnnr of Mnrmoeinl 

■in. Pillar HI. S3-a6, B . . . 

lie nemst of the deceaind. — Tbe laroB- farSnlimu ate 
'ij.'bt esd-oaU (NoL M-W) aod the bai^-wall {Hos. OT-ftrT. 
- ny the lofl end-wftU (iBl>tSa) are SaF^ ChrUHan ImaiF- 
__ ^... _ ., .,gj,, ,„j.^^i 

M*e ittarii to the veetlbule and ihenoc pioriefid to the fighl. 
^be OdUBotioii of BBTptiui AitiqnitiM, founded in m21, and 
djlnriBaaed in IBTSbythe iiicorparsljan of the Egyptian coUeo- 

r46 Baute 1. YTSSSk-. ^rt-Siflnf^H 

tlDn from Mimmar (p. 207), gontAitiB cliiefty small plaEtie noikg ^^^| 
specimens of induEtriol Kit from the earliest times to the ^''<14^^| 
pCTiod. Director, Dr. A. Dedikind, ^^^1 

Room I. la the ceatrc, two ucient clullcred columns of red gntilM, 

racJtDm^'at BEnlbuHn (uft. iWl 


emplro. Tbu moHl ootflwurtliy uf the ii&n!aplia£t and jculpturtiA Are; 
So. V. Onioila larcopbigus (a6lh Dyj..)! sni. KneelinB stalno of & higH- 
prie.i (limtaWne; 19ih Dyn,); XIV. illir {qnsriiiu , lath Dji!.)! XIS. 

PpHrflil-lUln* iQ grsnilB (13tli Djn.)i XXX1.\! CoiOMol bust of Ibe yu\ilhfiii 
noma (granjlei GnEco-Kanmn period), — To tba left is K. IL On Ihe 
Dpper ptFl uf tbe wlUs, copies of tomb-pilotluEi u in R. li 1)Blun>, •tela 

owti Ho. XVai, iiDftll p;»Dud; frmemenluT aculptueg, mubily uf tbe 
eii'ts period Q-ltb cent. B. C); 172. ToinbitDns of Ta-Tliot (FtDlem&ie 
period]. In Ibe middle ofUie room, mumraiei of oala ind crocodile!, croco- 
dilei' eeei, nkolls of bulls, etc. — R. m. On (he willn are coffin-Hds 
ud buards dBllng horn tbe ns» empire and later petiodi. Tbe wall-caeea 

empire]. In the middle of Ihe room, wooden cofUii 'in tbe ibape of a 

mommr (QBlb Dyn.). — B. IV. Id llie e&iei are cofann. mummiea, and 

canopi, CMtuI Til. Stalueltca of Ihe dead (Saite period]. Cast VI. Fcag- 

meats of painted and sUdsdpai(eboardi IS. Painted matli from a mummi'- 

ooTorinj. Cau lY. Djs-aarlb. frnit. icarabeii, and amulets from ancient 

Egyptian tamba, — R. V. ta tbe light. In Ibe middle uf Itie room, buide 

a luge red granite coliunn from • lemple (IBlh cent, B. C], I, In. tialoual 

heads of kings (probabW Sails period); U, IV, VI. AndrD.epbln»B. By 

Ibe first window, VH. Painted limeslaDe portrat-Blalne (period of Ibe sew 

I empire). Cat. I. Portrait-bcadl, butts, and itatnettes ot kinga and prlTale 

Limcsooi. aa. IS-IV and Ouu V, VI. Htstueltea of gods. Caia III, IV. 

■ .toarabffii. Caut Vt, VJb. Amulets. Cab. VJI. Brome vessels, etc Cab. Ylll, 

I' /jr. StaluellB) of iBeted animala. CiA. X tVood'Cirvrngs and iTDDden 

B.tomb-steJcs. — We now pals Ibrongh B. VII. and enter R. VI. OaJ>. I. 

\ Arlleies of IhB tollal. Qrwt II. Oroamenia, els. iVdeifal VII. Vcaseli and 

eanopi. Cau X. Fragments of rdlefi wlUi Sgurci. Cab. XI. Vessels. 

Cab. XII. Implamenls and utensils. In Ibe eenlre ate six paiutud mammj- 

CBsei of persons of rank (Mat Dyn.). On the slde-wali are papyri 

The *Ccillectlaji of Antiquities oonEists of the Greek, Etmscan, 
and Boman oollectlonB formerly preserved in the Cahinet of Coins 
■iidAntlqaes, founded in 1766, In the Burg and partly in the Loner 
Belvedere. Director, Prof. Hd5, uen Schnridtr. 

Booh VH, Vases. Ca6. /. Vases fiom Cipruj, Bab. Ih Qreelc vases 
of the earliest period (Rhodlan and Dipylon, Frolo-tlorinthian and rurinlli- 
lan Taiea], Cab. III. ■Vani dl BnecliBro', or blaok rases from Etmscnn 
imbs. (Tot.J)', y.VaHswKb black llgures, (^omAllicpoimrles. Cob. 17. 
t^lUc vaaea with red Dances. — Cab. VII. Mixing veueli (celuhes). Al the 

— ' 1, a figure otMioorya from Asp romonle In 8. Italy i al tie windows, 

UMan cinerary nms wltb recumbent Qgniet of the deceased; in 
die, terracotU saTCophagua frr>ia Elaiomena In Aj ~ 
seeoea in tba style of llie Bliodlan leiiela. .- R. 1 
dows, fourF;tboi, or wlne-lioldcrs. CBb. VIJl. Krs 
la Ibe shape of hells. CiOi. S. Lecylhi, or flaski fi 

iTw. 'v^fiiiUak ot * Uutie 
I. TmgKOtU rdieli ol BtcAie lata. 
urrinfi: I. Ktlul of ■ Kod ffcn Kbombad (Aurna); 3. BfaDilu nltsf 
Uom Penepolu ; «1 I^j of luk Id ho cteiiat willi cbuiotea n« Ul«- 
<iui, &om AsMbB CCnru)-. U. ApoUa; IS, IE. AptuoditB; 17. Twlktkl 
Pan, IB Ibe (trie of PdjkliKs* : 18, a. Bndi d( nlin , SB. IMudid I>io>)^ 
9iu; 68. So-aOti finiu of Sk^. I7a». rZ/A Slanc-UTiiup : •BS. Bail 
orabDjiBS. AbUsoibs 93.Gla«anr; US. Zeu Scnpii ; 130. Tdeiphcnu, 
godntkaUMi 13S. KuUcbaaeiae-laBp. Oa tlu Entruce-wall, 9. 10, 11. 
Bcrnaa anatb^at at tk« 3b4 ctat. A. D. ; 13. Ideal haul from PalBirra ; 
"4 Oe onsiile watL, IS. Bomaa poMfall-lniit (dncHb«d u AaloDiDuaPi-'-^ 

B- 4. Sltae-icaJptaref : 3iL Stane o/ Bacdms ftom Carlht**; 

U> al Tivoll, In ibt ttjit atm 
~!iDp. Caracalla, ffon V 

Di Syene (buia »d napital moc 
Orel with colaured copies (li> 
k-lomti at Benlhuiin (c&. 3100 

I tloQ IroiD Minraar (p. 20T), contains cliiefly Bmall plutic woiksa 
[ specimens of industrliU ut From the earliest ti - ' — 
P period. Director, Dr. A. Dtdtkind. 

le of a hJgb- 

anging from tha _ 
unplra. The moil notuworth; of tbc «uvopbiel s 
Ko. V, Onnite iircoiibairQa (^Ih Dyn.) -, 5JtI, Bne^Un 
prieit (limeatonsi 18tli Dyn.); XIV. AtUr (qnsrtEilB, igtb Dyn,)) 
UnDite »reopb9.guii oF lbs Ptnlemalc parlnd, nitb Its lid besidi l\; aal. 
Portrill-ttatnain groniU (I3tb l)yD.)> XXXDC. ColoasiU bust of tba voutlifiil 
Horui rtruile: Grn^DD-KDaHD Deriodl. — To (be loft is R. IL Od (be 
SSisisR. li 1 

ud is unrip tlons (rom iho new empira io' 
owB! So. XVln, aioiill pyiMiid; traBme 

dile,; egg. 

irlod O-iOi a> 

B.C.)! ITa. Toml 


nod. By II 

J (Wlh Dyn.). — E. IV. In lie casos are (wffina, n 

Cabinil VII. atuaellea ollha daail (Snite period], 
if palnled and gilded pu'ebuardi IB. faioled muk Ir 

mpire). Ca6, i. 

ingt (ntobaHy S^ 


, IV, VI. J 


iod of tbe I 

. By 

SHraaaa. Cab. IJ-IV and Oiagi V, y/. Btatuflttes 
euaba'l, Coiu Vb, Vlh. Amulets. Cab. Vlt. Brooie vessela, eto. OA. VHl, 
IS, BUIaetlei of siered aniualg, CM. X Wood - carvings and wnuden 
lomb-atelu, — Wc now pass Itarongh R. VII. and enter It. VI. Cat. !■ 
Artielea of tbe toilet Cait II. Otuunenta, ete. FtdatOl VII. Veuela uid 
1 eanopi. Cain S. Ffagnenta of reliefi with figure). Cab. XL Veasela. 

icaies of peraonj! »f tank (Slit Dyn.J. On Ibe tide-wall are papyri. 

I The *CollMtioit otAntiqnilieB conEiats of the Greek, Etruscan, 

[ Bad Bomao collections formerty preserved in the Cabinet of Coins 

mid Antiques, founded in 1765, in the Burg anil partly in the Lower 

Belvedere. Director, Prof. Soh. vcn Bchneidtr. 

: earlie: 

. Was. 
eriod (E 
I. ///. ' 

o Cyprui 

.1 di Bnc 


vestelB tcBleliea). At U 
S.llali: attbewindon 
irea of ibedeceaiadi 
BDB In Aaia Hinor, wi 

,5-liolder». Cab. VIII. Krai 

ed 'tero 

nBa(Biillqull;dDub(fLiJ); IT. Julia HaiDmEBi 4D. Julia Doir 
onble li>iri above, *13. Freo of Jupixr Amman; In then 
6-i. B3. Mucai Anreliol; Bi. Jnlii DiimnB, eouiort of SepKmtai Severui 
twith rtnovable hslr}! 65. Bar with tbe club of Herculu (tomb-Ognreh 
fil, (O. Anaoilni; 53. Status df Iili; ab. Hadrian; bl. Tnjin. 

n. XI. 73-ai. LlmeatoiKi iculplani frum Cyprni (TB. PriBilii 80, HI. 
Ailmric)) "Ba. Dylne Amainn. trifmenl of ■ emup (Ptntbei'llela »nil 
Aobllln), a gnnd copy of an iretaile Greek work of Iba beginninE <>t the 
aOlccnI.) 81. Diicobuloi, iflar Urton. 92. DorypUora. (lorio), after Poly- 
kleibiii 'BT. Hersi 98. ApiiDflHo, prBbaMjr a work of Iha later AttieMbnnl 
Itlh cent. B.C.); iOT, licf Yootbrnl Mlyr; 118, from Chloi, mocb 
. ., . . ...^ . .... leaeiUl) Hetalalon, '-- 

Tpliyrj! 176. Porfroil-head. i 
-m Portrait of « Ok- ■- 
inttralt-bBaWi "183. Por 

ir Cilll J a, *, B, 7. 1 

granite, of Ilia Plole- 
(Aristotlel)-, ISO, 1S4, 
Liinn {Eamui putiod}! 

f, muka, ]i<!Bdi, mi 
.ccUc dsmon, found 

hslf-Hgnres of caplite barl 

implement, ini:laains 'lOB. FUsk ti 
/(• (Bl the Bulrsnce). Hpoooil, h 
A lEi-flgbt (Bfler HnmGr-B IliiA). 

1 .ktpei m' 
.; »eO. Bom^T. 

Fy/. Hindi ea 

._ ... __ i.jkieii aa _ „ _, . 

lea; TIU-T07. B«1t-tiucklei. COh /X 710-739. Elnucao nirran ODdmirr 

Can VltJ. aiB.GS4. Flbuln 
rinea; -m-Vil. B«1t-tiu ' ' 
[ponu; 750, 763-765. Bi 

of ussela ; opup it a scaled 
II flBfi-701. Wnger.rinE«i f 
''■ — -BlrBacan mirror, oni. _._. 
_. __ , d roliBfSi 767. Koman B 

If Qis 2nd (E.) windtin : ■tignrB uf a t-rifQn, rrom i aUtui I 
Apollo, found in Csriatbia. Id tbe wiudow- recess ID toe lefl li ft btolU 
HAlel h«aHDE the aenaingcoaiultum de Bacchiiulibug (186 B.O.V lta« an 
>«iicleat Homui pnblie documcoC Id eilileoEe. - The olUer Buea conUi 
IfalouiD niDru, for tbe moit pari of Qreok odElD. Cab. X. B16. Z<'< 
JinthrDned; SIT, BIS. Athena; '619. Dadonlan Zeusi 'SSS. BeTcnlei [m 

ena AtUc work, Itb oenl. B.C.]; SSB. llTpnoI, god of ilesp*. •Kdl. Ap< « 
\er a celebrated AlUu original (Bib eent. B.6.J-, 319-851. Harmea re'in 

" Etrnican flgurcj, CoS. XIF. 931, B86. ApbrodlUs; -flSB. Youiii' 

gU. Sllenuii B44. LangblDg Butvr; 9(£, DtoDisoi. Cat. A' 

Figure) from SamaDdDmeiiroallanClararlB']. Cot. .tK. It<>ii. 

.eadii, llgiires of gods and uilmali. In lb* middle of tHe ro.' 

'Bvolving itand, "Branle slalue of a youth, probablr a tictuT 

■etk gsmei, an orfginal of the icbool of Folykleitoa (51b cent. ».< 

ju at Vlranuiu Id Cnrlatbia In 1502, 

R. XIV. In tbe middle, upon a eoIuiDD froia Ephesue {p. 30): *j<. 
Irtemll. from Trallei, an odftlnal work of tbe later mbonl of I'r.. 
i. CA. I-IV. Gold and elWer artielea. Can I. Blngi. vilh gen..- 
.. .ODS leltlDgi. Com II. Silver article) (1. Votlre plate from AquU' -. 
iwltb reliaC of a Bonian emperar as Triptolemui neiiUciDg to Cci' 
EOldeD ornamenli, moitly from Greece and Lower IU4y, etc. Cab. I- 
Gold anil i-llvec objects (1. Froul pert of a centanr). CiA. SV. -Trea-' 
Df tweDly-lhreagobleDteiBeli, probably dating ftum the period of the I .i 
barian mlgralioDa, diaeoreritd Sa 1799 at TUtgy SneDl HiklDB in Huu.^,. 
(on tbe neck of ptlcher Ko, 2 are water-pUnta and tlorka with (tof/ 

idem. Cai. V-X. Cameoi. fn CiA, F, in front (tonur 
oom)i 'li. Ptalen;U. &nd bia conaort Aralooe (odij 

I' behind, OameiK. cbieBj at tbe later imperial tpocl 
I, B3. Cbains from HerculaoBun. Cat. VI. contal 

I holh Moionl'aj 

^^B the middle of 


^ tbe end to the rjglit. U, B3. Cb 
j(or libeilna^?); 5. Eaele, D. Llv 

i «r tbd Pan 


IB gudttuM Roiai, tbm Oen 

9. Cull. VIII. EcnnisaauLc t!..u 

iiio Cellini (last), B hut-oniiTii 
. jr. 3. Ooiilen Lieeker set wiDi n 
b SOO CUDS, with Cloopalrs Id 11k 
1 centj. CoMi XI-XVll. Inttglii 
AagBsUn sge, a copy by Aipislos 

., formed hi A. 

iiii) ipuiteli inedalB from lbs Ifilh ceot. 
Madelii for niEdaldi maovted modalfi, dl^, 
(DOfBlI of the IG-lBtb centuries knd med 
(i.unlri.'s, TMi X. GoioiDrihe Hi>!f Romso Emnim. - 
' 1 ' "f Ilie AuBlriBD Imperial bouse uid tlie 

.M> of the 

,„,„ , ,::»: 

i\\^ ' CoUeotion of IndtiitTiftl Alt, one of tho moat [mportsnt 
ul iu kiiiil, uiiibractis the produrtions of the Indastrial art of the 
mlddlv Bges and tlie KcnaiEaance, In addition to ■ number or 
vlluible acticlca from the Burguadian sacceaslon, wLich fell to the 
Uapibnrgs u a nonaoqiienee of tha marriagu of Maiimillan with 
Miry of Bnrgundy (UTT), it contains the remaina of t)ie celebrated 
'Kiinst and Wnndur Kauimei' at Prague (comp. p. Oi). Direi^toF, 
?fof. Juliut Schioiter. 

Rods XVir. CMeflf niEdlfFvai arlleies. BMaehid ExMMi, *I, Alla|oFT 

..^Mr''i'Trk"rrom'ril"FloriM7'"^ l600)Tl t'lO, ""S * 9. 
■ .■ „( tl„',iir!!" jinlnltd for NmlmlliaD I-i 8, Large 
. iL-if.i,,.- rj.l.^Tnaole for tha utejenaUoB o" ■■ 
■.I I J..: Ilill, i-c^L), '11 1(1. HurBimdkn flaccrdoUl yeJlm 
M.-n r,r ,.n,|.p.l,l.-rv .ir tlie rarlr I'lemirti school (ifitb a 

V. and wnrVa in rock-crystal, agate, elc. 
cil of gildad brunte tIStb ctnl.). U. Ir 
Vlenneie wnrti 1B6T). "K. So -rtlled 


gulden <(ble-t 

area laoitly tiler Klcbisl Angelo. ■!■. Lkle-Oollilc i._, __ , 
onee belonging lo PliUlp llioOood lilBurgundy (d.UBTJi F. i 
ock In tlie ibApe of s gamptuoui ebony cibittcl (Augsburg wDiEi 
il.l. H. Bbony dablniit, wlUi silver roliets iind flfunu (AugabHif 
!nd uf IbH IBtb cent.). — EiII-»bI1: I. Silier aolepsndiuia fiui 
lea {i9m. Cat. r. Goblet ma^s of an oitvlcb-g B«e (AuEaburR 
it.)i S3. Silver-JiU ioblel lUFmountid by k pelicui feeding ii 

Aiuflbrirf ' 

ulwre; 1^1 Kl. Small golden born [End of IBlb cent.), with 
64. Sfib fonned of 34 piccei of Jinit luuli, in Ibo untrt a 
bn relief of Lads and the »(BD(I6tUciinL), 90, 01, S!t-Ba.Ciui- 

inrdonyx with 

■■— .^— ■• with sllyei'gllt DligieB(lHlhcenl.]i MSB. 

iDEoldwitli enamel! ud ger - '** - ' 

, ._ , .__ dish and Ina by Chrijtonh J 

g (d. 1618); 170. SilvBC-gllt rearllDg-deBk. by Ellai 

HDrembere (d. UBlJi *n5. Oroameulal dlsb, by Chr. Lenckar Id. 1613); 

lEfi. Oohlel trith St. Michael on the lid (FrBDch ?) ; ]83, 187. ISl, 195. OiU- 

bionie QguKS uf tlie seaions. bj Weniel Jamnltiet (d. 16fiB)i 173. Qablet 

made freni the boca of a narwhal j 336. Haulitua jng (DuUb, IBIb caatli 

386. Sill er-gilt table lervice, wide it Vienna forEmp.I'inncliI. (d. ITWh 

ZIB laq. So-uUed 'Kjght-geir' of the EmpceBs KbtIb Theresa (loilelle u- 

tklfll, breakfast service, cLe., in the Ilocoio style), by A. Iiomaiuk of 

F TIbddb. Vo. 3S7, Bilk table-cov.^r with gold embroidery, vrorked by the 

I SmDHH Blliabelh Chrlitlni, hcloagi lo Ihii set. — Cab. II. Knmetuui 

r ubjecta in 'Eocli-ecyiital nod iiaoky lupB> (tS-lHth cent.], Ineludlne 133. 

Cup »)lb ■ lid, in the style of Valeria belli (d. ISU); alio, 304. Uowle 

Lnd the fiajoarltaji woomu. in 

of en ■ ■ 

, .,. le-iB 

lures. iM. IV 4 y. Veisals and amitU flenia-si. 

'- - "-■-- 'n C»b. V, -12. Dish forme' 

■ - ■ e Cifilh ei 

, , y ■- - 

._,_.. ._ _.. _,.il(l»H.aiikallv. 
golilsmltba' vrarkj. 

B. XX. L. Large talile service, Uuins of the IhrM flreek temples at 
I'BBdtum iu S. Italy; bronie elephants willi nerejda. etc. OiA. /. Uoorlsb 
and 6. tlaliiin DHjolIca; Urlental potteryj 37. Collection of snail urna- 
menla in yariegBled Venetian enauiel (Idlh eetiC.). Cub. I/Jf. lli^olita 
from CBBtral lUtlyi old Uresaon obloa (CiociaiioB aad Apoillet by Kiiiidlvr. 
1740-41), Cui. K-K/. Mosaics, etc. No. 3fi(ln Oab. VI, I>lsh uf -ntlatilatcd 
VeniitliiD gtus. — Caic VJI. Modellings Id wbi: i. Belief of I.edB and 
ClUlian; IBtb ceat.); S. Kflptane aud otlier uatlnB duties (ITtli 
"' ' ' and the SHmBrllaa noman, by K. Dtinner (alndy r><r 
Ed It. XXIV). Cub. IX. ItalJan and Oeruian Bi^> 

'"" "" " '■ laiolita plullar in "i 

■■'"■■'-'•■'■, 1638), 

(d. IF64), laprcienliiig Venus rising from (tie sua^ aitsr Ita^liiiei 

87. DoblBl 

lilstory of Ino Hid Alhamai, by WaeaU, , , 

X £Damela of Ike IG-lDlb eent.: Ko. 1. Frult-dlili by P. Rav 

sr napliiii:! 
D of DiaiM 

itifully urnamenled witk gold and enamel (lOlb nt 

llBSBi goblet) In the r<wnco style, chUny fruNi Enliemuii muni 

Unons furnilure of the ttal'iaD lud Den 


tugsborg (IfilS). Cat. 


Routt t. 


Art-Btttotg ^^M 

Dcenpied bj 'd^^| 
(p. U) !>! ^H 

The remninln^ monis of tlie groiindrioDi are ocenpied bf 
**]Inieura of Wenpons and Armoni. Catalogue (p. 14) li; 
Camitlo lAst. 

Tbta incomuArfthle caUoFtlon wis orlginsled 
bb4 >»• lai^elf iDCnuod bj bcquesla Dt HulmtJInn 1. ind ArcHdnkc 

Dni' belimu'iiiE to the Home of lUpibnrg wen divided bctwei'D Hadr^ 

KDd Viennft. On Ibe dmlh of Binp. FifrdiDiind I. (IdBl) Ibst bii)f of Ibe 

ruldae wbiob belonEEd lo Emp. Usxlmllln H. Tomilaed In Vl<-nDi, (be 

olher, bfiloOEing lo Arehiinke FerilBima of Tvrol. wns taken lo Inns- 

brunb, lemlnnslr (ilendBd bjlti onnc 

In laoe Ma gno sold it lo Eup. Ilndolpb, 

Am1>ni- '- "™ ■■■' ' "- -"- --- - 

iteil in acb 

to Viei 


I and the I 





. . in tHia, IBM, »ni in 1818, when Ihr 
1S&6 it wM re-arnnged In Ibe Araenn] and 
ions from imperial obSteini, and in 18?9 II 
a Art-Hislor; Mniianm ind imiUd wtlb Ibe 

^ooS'XXV (Mediieval wnipnni., down In tliB rrfpi ofHaiimllJan 1.1. 
Donr of Conol FalaUoe FrederiDlc the VictoriociB (d. 11TI>J by ToiDmuo 
igUa of NUdd-. B. Armonr at King Ferdinand the CJathnlic nf Aragun 
d. UlBji ». Suit ofKingPliilipI. tbe Handsome ofCailile (d. iGOB)irhen 
Lbnyi 13. Eqaestrlan niit of Huinilian I. (d. 1SI9)i •». Suit of Si^mnnd 
if Tyrol (d. 1996), one ol tbs finest vorlca of tbe period; D?. Hesij 

a. Ai 

i.lSlBji 1%. Suit DfEnn. 
;i: 13. Vormtm holmel of 
.1 31. Two-baodi^d iword, 
, 47, ee. iTory saddles, Ibe 
. Chirlci IV. y. iSmu 71. 
■■ ■ irbce; d. IWT); 'IW. 
I elcblne (one of the 

linnl-l B9. Soil ol . „ „__ 

Obirlea V., vnRnisheil. — In Ibe central > 
aboni IJDOi 17, Sword-blade of Ibe 13th d 
with fine l^ian blade, of tbe early Ifitb ee 

1 was probably in tbe posseatirm of Emp. I 
ilofGBorEeCastrtolB, Pf inee of Albnnla (Sk 
1 iifEmp. Uaxlrailinn II,, with besntifnl r 
It apfleiibQos iif this work). 
Boom XXVl rVutiuniiD I.). 199. Amionr nf Dnke Chrlaiopher of 

'"' 5nH ofConntPfllalinoOlloHidnrich (d.l56fl)i 

;AHeb of Eollem (d. Ibl9t; IIS. Suit of tbe 

Jilina Lug (d. 13tO)| 17B. Qnla-anil of Oonnt 

e (d. IBlDi Itn. Conaecraled sword (i:ump. p. G3t, 

Inllns II. probably lo Wladlalnn- II. (p. 131. 

T. IsS^T^- SnII 
erbsuil ofXarsIiDl 

VI Mai. 

ifnrlJimbereCd. 16B8), i 
a. Suit of Count £ito 
^ebblahop nt Sail 

II (Cbarlei- v.). On ibe wnll 

i, 3tl. i 

oi t>n> 


imberB (d 

I \\orm«)j Mt. Ottla bnlf-aiill o( Oeaerri Co 
irilO). — Oo tbe cenlrnl nlllari: 313. KIdln. 
V . Ii.l ^Tid Elided, with Rgiire-BcenoB. aSfl, H«lt-( 
ra li.-m[41,erB, (he Landaknecht genersl (d. 1607), an- 
il ulG.'OtBeorFrimdjberg (d. 1528): 213. llnlf-iqll »! Ibe »aka o'.- 
1. IBeOli 395. Bull of Kiai; Philip It. of Spain (d. IIWSj, aennaD n 
- - "IB), - Under ilisa: -863. Carap>lgn-siilt of oWlf- " - 
arftbeaijucs and ngure-soenea. -- In the eases. SK. .._ 
'. (1030)1 360. PiBtole of Archduke Ferdinand o( IVrol [I 
illfal dagger with groaTes for polisa (ci. lD60)i 7A. 8wt-, 
., . ..I Fmndtborgi 316. Skandorbee'i' (Oaalriola's) awBrdi *35I. OoJ 
HGIiarles T., In one piece, admirably emboaaed (soeuea from the Xati 
■M. SuptFb shield at Charles T., witb muterly acenei from Ihe ural 
^- " lan work; 363. Oala-aworJ. cnrlc^hed With relieb {Borne); i 

M XXVIn {Arch 

>. flmo, IhB b". ■' 
Salt OfArcbd, FEcdiUDd (Inn 

Tyrol). ___. 
Arebd. Ferdinand (nei 
k, IMTJi 417. SiBla I 
(tbe belmel and gili ahiuli byLniii 

■ " 16 uchdnltBl "*28 

iTllioIuyiul icenet: 

Picdnino ot Uilan, 1^2), 134. 'Buhemiiui _ 
lE.'ioiu BulA-Bbleldof lioa, wlIJi beBnttfuUy embosAcd i 
t7d, SJi. Complote CBpuriian of maD uid home for tbo . 
ttyJc, ImtUUne Hie uilique (db. IbSUji 'ilb. 'MllBiisao' 
duke, lo the uillquB stylo and rlolily oniBmeDlod [IS 
Biiou XXIX IHnilmillsn 11.). On tbo wiLJi: IS 
Ilk. Faggcc ot AoB«bure <A- 167BJ : 183. H»If-Bult of An, 
mo. SelufflrmonrofJIWimil&nU. (4.1676). —In tb, 
»nd sMtld of Aiobd. Ksrl or St>riA (d- IDSO), witb I 
Heui«-ieenes, lUlUn (abont 13fd); 521, iB3. 'Aih-grBy' and <ail> 

lulti a! A 

I. FcrdlniiDdi m 630. I 
1 fi>r serV 
■nd OlKin 

Ferdlund b; Plug 

Booh XXX (MimimmBn II.). b72. ram 
AniMa (d. 1577); -627. Ootieral'a baton of Em 

«tAi. Farneic (169^1 BU. taodskiieebl lult of A 
Rooa XXXII (Oudolpb II,). 667. HalMui 
S9B, 6BB. 'Ked and black' tult for laan and hi 
TyielilOa, 701. 'Yellow and Mno- iinti of H 
nionroflludoliibn. [anadmicableOeriniin woi 
4qII wllb round ibleld, a mulcrpiecB of dami 
- "• it-plate ofCfiBtobdlllondrBeo 


n tbs bl 

■land! in „ - 

n Pfrlod). 761. I 

.e lofldelD, sent lo Archd. 

'I a fluit of Dob John of 
.. Ferdinand II. (il. 1BJ7), u 

enamel i 636. Stalc-armDur 
chd. Karl of atvria (d. 1580). 

of Badolph II. (1. leiaj; 
■!B a( ATchd. PBrdlnand nt 
I archdukei *T(fi. Stale-ar- 
:, ca. leeO) ( °7ia. State hiilf- 
icenlng lllBl.)i TIB. Cisipie, 
e, euriomly wrongbl, with 

,. Elginmi 

1, whoao por- 
Ictt). Bnlire, 

Ql Tyrol when a boy (d. 1886), llaliBB Cl:B. IBUB), 786. Gall 

oraainntation, paillT resouBid and Elided, and p&ctlj' dunsfcei 
(Snsnlih*) nbonl 1610, -fOe. atalB-EWord, with admirably eie 
bill lit, leCOl ; *S11, *S12. Unn end two pIilolB of maiterly woi 
(■ifl of Kmp. Joaeph I. tu Kaisiave Luilwlg Wllh^lm of Baden 
Irdt adorns the baneb and aloclis); S32 (by the wlodsn 

!W. P*lr of p'litols of eiBclIenl worHnmnBhlp (Karselilee); ^. karabal'B 
liaUm of Bmp. Francis I. (d. 1706) i StS. etate-anuDor of Emn. Hstthlaa 
Id. iet9), Ter7 effecllTe. — On Ibe rear.watl: 883, Caatof-mail and helmet 
r<( FrlBOS aUcboel ApaD H. of Truisylranla (d. 1713), »Ith beaulifol niello 
>vDrk on the thrown; S90. Hungarian xuit of Emf. Joseph I. (d. tTll). 
Boon XXXTI (Tournament Weapon* and InnlemBnlB). 8BT. Italian 
»Iioc >uit of the HiUnean anihanaaflac Qssp. Fraciuao (ea. 1182)( •902. 
. rman suit ot Bmp. Mailmlliao I„ wUh beanllfullv designed bordera In 
I ti!-eothic Btjle and adinlrahla embosied work; 010. Bolsler of linen 
lulTed with tiraw, with nlijoh Ibe blindfolded taoriei were padded. ■~- 

l.J ladies 'ai a^Bwird trw skill. - On the ojit-wall T 998. TUtine-soIt of 
Arcbd. Ferdinand af Tyrol; 998. Piect^s of a suit of nrmour of Froncla I. 
iT Franca (d. 16iT). by 3mg Beusiinhoter of Innsbrnck (1!>12). 
Wb rclorn lo IbB 3llb Eoom and Ihonoo enter — 



tbo InilgniB or Transylva 
inents, [iceaenled by Laia, 

lO ••picture Gallery, divided into 
ind the stHircaee, and u<xapylng 15 li 
rooms and 18 cablnetn. On the S. (left) side are tho Itat 
Spaniah, and French SohooU and the luodetn pnintinge; 
(right) side the Netherlandish and Qerman Schoole, E: 
lieare the nnme ot it« painter. CaCulogQes, see p. 44. Din 
Htrr Avg. SdtSlftT. 

The ITDO inulcnt paiutii 
lljiper BeWedetB (p. US) fro 


Ibla eiJl 

ardly a 

,_ „_., -.uaded by Emp. Eudoipti 11^, whitli at oao 

iced ISSpalutia^KSBBphiHli, S CgrrEgeiDa, IS Titiuii, elc.), he 
tunatcly dlmlnlihed bj the plundering Swedes in 1S4S und by 
Secaaa uf Arclid. LeopoH WilliBDi , son at Ferdinand U, and 
r of tbe VitherUnlB in IMG^, which incladed not nnli Uiiteb • 
. alia Vnnelian psinliiiEl of rate OKcellence. 3. Colli 

.__anl of Tjral, son otFardinnndL, which jieldodaoii 

nrei to thin eallsir ffiapbaerii Uadoaaa alVerda) Uorelto'i St. Ji 

The Imperial Pictare Oaliory may justlr boail at pouuali 
.erei ol nlmnBt every lutiDol In the world, at once daeplir Inle 

denfa and delighlful lo atnalsut- •■— ■- -"-'-' -■ ■■- ' 

iraploj of llifl VenMian School, n 
nodurpnatcil. Most BtHhlng nmon 
U, nre Iwo h; P„-vgi-,o (K, I; 
inli.-n li, tbo Temple (U II), P»ii 
inUcLtyoflbe groiiplu^ aqd for U 
tt (li 38), chnnclcrljpa bv r.ibuali 
Verde (I; 39 

3. Collection of Archd, J^^^ 
Ided some at leut otltiG^H 
irda) Uorelto'e St. Ina^^^H 
boast at posseaing m^^^^^l 
. once daeplir InlareatU^^^H 
chief itrentth llel^^^H 

and uf DQrer, in wMfln^^ 

Lmple of Ms FloreBline period, thoueb InfariDt ii 

(La Bella' j'nriinltre'nnd the Madonna del ClaTdellino), I> Inlaresling > 
indicating ttae Influence of Leonardo da Vinci. Ot (he KAtTsaa or Uppii 
lTij,t, Correggio and Haiiola nTFarmlt;Ianino, who, IhoUBb not his pupil 
li clDKBl]' related to blm, cbicfly claim our attention, Csmppis rcTcal 

ai a fascinating narrator of mTlln (li 6B, Bl). ParmigiaiUna Is'best re 
preeeoted -b, fail Cnpid fkmlBe bis bow 11; (H) and tbe poFtraU of Hala 
IaalBBa||IIani<perbusLorenioCib«l| 1,67], Anioog the many eicellcn 

"■^e far-roatblnp fsnoj ef Tilian, which enabled him to mnbody the moi 

ini Ihe Kcca Homo (II; 178) to (he CalUstoVl IBS) or tbe Dnnae [11 
1), from the RntODibnieDt (U; 1T9) to the mystorioDi allegoriex of lot> 
) 173, 1S7], from the irweelnEsi of his Hadnnnas (H; 16B, 179, IS)] u 

n ill 17', lea, 167). In parlrallii thcTieonn eall^M 


■**■■- -■■•■iwotlhj ItBlUn works ira 

ma of thB eeml Df ths ooDsallon. 
irnlne lo (he neBTHISK Bonoatn, ne tlni 
nl.l mtu: (KVUl, 6S4) it by far 'lis mc 

(II; aU), uid tht 8t> JmLlnt, 
licuein, lurnKmtH Mtnllo fa i 

ait Enet'i PDrinlt 
eiimple gf aulj- 
crrmt uf iiiBi' pon lur OOM (XTIU; 631), 
by «o[i'*r ran il(r ITeBdm tXYlUi GU, 
Fgiii by ittnUint (XVIII; flSS-flSB), ud 
b; PMer BmQhet [XV) may also bs 

■iBCld. IXTII; lOIB). -— r J - - T". 1 

Dlnalnle hi* rbann of muiBer: tlie pailriil of t lidy snd IMMndBot 1 
(Cah. Xllli 1371. l?m, piinled luiBiDDnily ud minntely, Iha pnilntt oflli 
motber (Cah . Jtlll -, 12731, IS f portrait nl blin»elt(0(ib. Xllli «!*) beloo| 

lial (Cab. mn-, 1568) whirb ibows Ibe deep ioiata lane of bli literyeirs. 

To the lert of the domed aeloon 1b the — 

I. yinm Room; North Italian and ToEcan SchnoU (c^ 1460- 

163(r). To the left: M. Marra Baiaiti, Call of the son* of Zehedee 

(1615]: 4, Oiovanni BtUini, Rapt Uni of Christ (alndio-rapliCA, with 

■lt«ntlona. of the painting at Viceiii»)i 5. Antondlo da Mti/lna, 

Devi €hrist borne by aii«elfl ; 7. Vittore Carpacch, Ohrist woishlp- 

^wrf by sngela (1496); H AMie FimjWni, Madonna and snge!« _ 

^^■k inaBieal Inittriinionts (1189); 13. Bisiolo. Venue aTiangineJ 

' Boule I. 


r hair (ittei GIqv. Bellini); "lO. OloTylont, The XLree S 
£■17. Sebatt. dfl Plombo, Ciinllnul Phci^I; •Ifl. Clmn d-i ConeglH 
['Virgin under tlie nratige-liec; 2i, Qiorglone, Divtd ^ 
T/lkoitd ot Opiiitli (r^iiy); *22. Lorenio Lollo (not Juoepo dc' i 
KiorOi Portrait, — "W. Benoaa GottoU, Madonna a: 

I'truj/ino, 24. BsptiBin o/ Cliri»t, 26. St. Jorom*, •27, i 
t, doiiii* and foui ii»liit« (1193), 33. Madonna and two aslnts; 
^ AifAocI, 'Mtdanoa al Tordn' {150&); 31. Gialio Romano. St. |L 
gtrgti 34. Fra BiiHolrmto, Madonna ^todio-plcce T). -— 36. Qlum 
h £ii(FinriUnI, AlHtuntion ut Dinah ; **39. Anitrfa del Sarlo, Piotk; r 
,'Frn BarJoiowiM. Ptasentatlon in tha Temple (1618); 4B. j 
lifilaftlKfo, Holy Family; 47. /'Vanr. /'Vnnttja, Hsdonns enthi(i|l 
t wltb Mints J d . Sodoma, Holy Family. ~ Partitiglimino, B7. SWj 
r thurine, 68. Portritit or himeolf, "e*!. Onpid shaping hla bow (b«r 
llOupldaudPBjPche); 63, 03TTtgglo(OiOTgiont1), St. .Sebistlan; f 
Threin/to, *6S. Rape of Qanymede, *M. Jupiter and lo; *67. I 
f mlfflanlno, The Florentine Oeneral Malatesta Bagllonl [?). - 
I IpoiT turn to tho right and enter — 

[ Ciuiirarl: Vari<m8llalianScboois(l4-lGtlicent."}. 1st 8eol 
J t^. Dutio Doiii, St. Joiamej 60, 7D- Ambmgio de TVfiiif, 
I^VaitDiUUn I, (160^ and Biaoea Muta ijfoiza, hie leoond i 
l"*A«iffM Mafittftia, 72-80. Cssat's Triumph (origloal at F 
htJaurt), *81, St. Bebnfitlin; 82. Andrea Solario, Itoiring of^ 
ATproBt; Btm. Luitil, 86. Daugiiter of Herodlaa, 87. Si. Jeroaaifl 
■ IVloi. Maaoltno, PreeentsUon in tlin Temple 11520); 69, Boo-'' 
n 35o«ap*ino, Madonna ontlironed; 90, Coilwio Tur'i{afari " _ 
I Dead Chrlat lioina tty angels; 01. Caare da Sesto, Daq^tiMl 
lemdiai. — 2nd Section: 97, Ut. Srondno, Duke Coslao I 
Tiiseaiiy and liia »ire Eleonora ofTnledn, — 3rd Sentinn : DtmL 
Fall, 116. I'riumpL of Oalatoa, 119. Flight Into Kgypt, 120. J 
dead Leander, ' 

II, MAniRoau. Venetian School of the IQth cenlnry. Entrn 
wall, Pahm V€cd\io, 133. Portrait, •130. l.ueretia, •ia7.Potttil| 
a young girt knoirn an 'Violante', 139, Vlultitiau (apolled), *^ 
Madonna and salnta; 145, Bonifatia I., Daoghter of Herodluj 
Sonifiaio, 160. Triumph of Chastity over Love, 1^7. PorUalt. i 
109, Diana and CalUelo, 161. Chilit nlth Ibe woman Uken In n, 
lery, 162. Portrait [known ii St, Jamee), 166. Young ecoleslal 
*I63. IiabeUa d'Eile, Margrarine of Manlaa (Ifi94), 166. MadpL 
wltb llirre Balnta (original In the Loavre), *167. Portrait ofl 
pbyainian Parma (i), 173. Allegory (studio -piowTj, 174. Dif 

tfitndlo-plece), '176. 'The Glpiy Madonna' (early, -177. n«j 
,4etto Varcl.l, iha poet and lilatorlan, ^nS. Ktoc Homo (If" 
i7e. Entombment (lite work), '•180. Holy Family ['Vi«ln 
Uie ebctrle«'; early work), 181. Tanibourine-i)1ayBr, '182, 
.Antiqnary Jaropo de 8trada (iri66). l^H, Nyoiph and 8h«]> 
,;(lalo work, unanlahed), 187, Allegory (itudla-picne), 191. 

I'liiui, leo, i>u|i 

IViO. MiiiDnila wllh iiilnli, iiii, nvmi-ii ■! i ; .- pjiiiiuii- 

|.l<ii. to No. leOj MB p. M). - Si,, , CHanlh 

■2m Wmrinr. •U07. Thn ilr.Y«ri*M. '■■ . ..i., "218. 

niurttlo,HL.tuMnMiaiov. llatt.M.:r.,n, -I. r .,i, ,,1 '1(1, Huulp. 
< <M 'ii% l'<U*vrtno du San Danlrlii, \)''i>i\e li. 10; I^r, l.ulta, *'ilO. 
I .11 wUli lliu l)«iia('* nlaw, *2M, Miiluiirin nrawiiod liy in iiirdI, 
111 »». UitbaTlJici itiil Jiiiiii'ii till* Kldui, "ZIO. »fnif, iiomunlno, 
l'..rlt«ll; '220, l.or. /,nWo ( J'Wrnoi,,' /I, l'-.tli»U |lhri... vinwij. — 
■m. Jar. TMotrlli, ilin [..ttlHuii M..i. nLnl ■ i;,.|.,:v rlT. flom- 
rniro 7'lnlofrllu, I'liilmK i>l i>|>iij'-iii " 1 'I.' r.irlt Bar- 

-io«c, 3;n, rutiriili, 'i;i:i. AIIlhhh, .' . ■ id. Cortnlt, 

-2!l.l Lu«i.ilU. 'Jlir>. OJ.I iM\i KiKi Im., ' ... -.r- I Vimlntn, 

.-.-.nimmr aI l:<'[i<i<>tii, i'i'.l, 'II,.. .■i.™™,^ ,■-„.„„„„, .;,u, 2:A). Pm. 

' 'll'i I'urin ?;nr<ruiir, 7lll. All^uuiy, 'J4H, luut>U wuiiiitl *t liBt 

'I'l'UhJu, 'Jl'l!!. V.ITILIH J.II1I <>lll>. 

III. Main l{«i.i[. <'<iiiUiui>ili.>iMirtlioV»notUiiRi)boo)i(ie'lHth 
.11.). ItlKht wnll [111 dill i[>t(lilli<|: Wi, 'Ml. Antonto lladilt 

■ iclitr or P. VL'raiiiiiin), I<,>i(m1<» 1 Wi. IMIMu XrlolU, Tlio iiiali<(- 
<- tif Duvlil; t\iolu VtrriMM, lIHli, (IKrlit ot tlio lioiiHfi »f Jilrii*, 
''). Mmliiiiiit Willi iwn saIiiU, 40'2, Ailnralloii I't tho Hitl 1 aiudlg 

■ l:iolo Vmnft, W). 8u>iiiti>, iUU. Ohnat and tha a,ilul((!r>»i, 
.'1^ (}|irtal and thn rt>m»IUii wouiari. — 4^1 AUu. VarotaH 
r.;lovanhtn). Jo'lUli. ~ 44tl. Hhv. Hall. TfrpoJo, Ht. Ostliarlim at 

im. 4rii-4«6. /Jminrdu /MnlM, Vluw* Of V1nnn« and tl> nnvlroiii. 
l'.(M«*TilTA III, Id i\io rliilil, n'liit.ilii Jim* liiiportniil VnliDllau 

wnrlu of llic inti i .i,i- n. ..r 11,. ■-■,i,.„.i r r.. 

C»iiiir«TlV ;■ ! ■■ ■ , |.i''. I.'i' [', Mm' r^imlrni 

HIM), rw.)-/, Ar ., , .. 11 ., .., ■■ . ... , I .■ 11 I .. „. ,„.|,llB«of 

lliii [MinMim ill 1:. I , . ..'..I :'...,.. :>.,.„:, I'miitdiK 

Uttiuim; t'.i,i. h.,t.t. :,.,,. s\.,d .l, Jii<. .U,itJi.>.|i.><i> UUiidIt 

raiidtii (iim)|. 

IT, Maim Room. I^nliool of Kaloinii | itnaUita kiid lultaii maatari 

«[tfa* 17lli ■iiiMMlli cHiiturlcM. RnlHnco-wall I AU». led. Catraeel, 

\ Vmiuaanil OilpMi 474. Ati(. Camieai, Lnlu-pliycri ilnnaul* (lUT- 

'"'. 4:0, Vmiu* anil Adonl*, 47a Ht. Krinnla of Aaalil, 4711. 

- !.•( and thn HamaTlUii wotuiii, iH'i. Ploik, — CaratKivelo, 485. 

l.lorKh Iho hold or Oullatli, 48l>. Uailoniia and fit. Arm, •40«. 

'. I [ii,..i»f th.i ligi.ry; lillitrn th- fr^SfnlfU-O, Tidl. Ilcarlligarilia 

I ■ '■ ■' J ■'.''■' I'. I. 1" I. I if>. I ."iii7, Chrlal ■moiiR thn 

.' '. ' ■ ' I . |. . .. , i„ _ Salvolof Hota, 

I' ■ ' 'i;. ill.. . '.•'"K t'ratui. Sviiinm'i, 

' |. ' .."■ "..Mid,, ,,;i l>,>atbnrHt,JiMitph, 

^^^H-., |..ii,i;ri •.tu.i.. Utiu, .>'i.-i. iiiKi.i ■.f..iiii«il with tliDiii*, 
^^miLiXt l^twllr, bOl. llai>tl>u> of Ut>ii.l. — Wa nliirn lo — 

I Camnbt y. lit Sectinn : Bolognese School of the 17t]i ee^^^H 
[ 6B1' Marcimtonh FrnnceMhfni , Matonial laic. — 2iid Sool^^H 
I French MsBters of the 16-18th oentnrieB. 571, '572. nonSMfF 
I Cloitct, Oharlea IX, of Fmnoe flBBl unil 1563;); 577. Ant. WattiM, ' 
I Oiiitaf-playeri 688. DupleHii, Portrait of Glunlt, tho nompospt 
I (1776); 683. Sit. Povaia, Destrnclion nf Jerasslem; 6. Pounin 
I (Dug\et), *685. Tomli of Cxellla MetolU, 636. Linrlscapc; &B7. 
Hyacinlht Bigaad, PortrMti OBJ. Nle. Poumin (T), Petor and John 
[ Jiealing the lama man. 

I OAEntBiVl. Spanish School (16-17t]i cent.), lat Sectinn : 596. 
I Somtit. TheotOkopvli, Portrall of a youth (IfiOO); 597, 602. Aton<B 
I 5. Cotllo, Portrait; Jatm Fanloja de la Ota, 698. Pnrtmlt of a 
[ Spanish pnncess (160t; Infanta Anna, daughter nf Philip 1II.«3, 
I 699.Thelnfftii(ePhilip,601.Pnrlraitofanhlldi •603, Juan Bo«(i((a 
I Al laasso (pupil of Velazquez], Family of the ortiatj 606. Juan 
I d« Carrena, Charles II. of Spain; Vtlaafua, 606 (?J. Queen Harit 
I Anns, 607. Philip IV., •609. Infanta Margarett Theresa (esanntpd 
[ Kccarding to Juati by Afaio). — 2iid Seotioii: 614. fivrillo, John 

* the Baptist as aehild; KeioagUCT, "Bli. The Infante Philip Pros- 
pBr, 'Bia. Philip IV., 613m. Laughing boy, •616. Infante Dnn 
Balthisar Carlos, '616, GIB, 621 (VJ. Infuita Maria Thereaa (stiidid- 
pieces?), •617. (JaEon Maria Anns, 632. Quefin laibella of Spain 

We now return to the entrance, pass through the domed saloon, 

and enter the Nrtheblandb uin Obkhan Rooms. 

I Ca-Binht XVUI. Early Flemish and Dutoli miatcra of the 15- 

[ 16lh nentnrles. Ist Section: ••824. Jon van Eycfc, Cicdlnal delU 

Crooe; "632. RogUr van der Wtyden, Madonna and Child; Bugo 

can der 6nt>, *631. Expulsion from Paradise, 630. St Oe&aviave, 

•620. Fiotii; 626. Qerard David, 5t. Miohael; 626. Jan von Eydi, 

Portrait of Jan van dor Leeuw (1436) ; Rogirr van der WcyAn, 688. 

8t. Catharine, '634. Cruclfliion, with SS. Veronica and Mary 

Magdalen (triptych); Hant Memling, *B35. Madonna and Child, 

636. SS. John the Baptist and Joiiii the Evangeliit, 637. Bve, 638, 

I Adam (portions of a winged altar-piece), 639. Bearing of the On)u 

* and Resurrection. On a ataud : 627b. Qaard David, Adocation of 
tho Child. — 2nd Section : Gttrtgen van Haarlem, •Gli. Jallan tin) 
Apostate causing the hones of St. John the Baptist to he burned, 64&, 
Descent from tho Cross; 646. Jood6 ConwHum, Altar ot St. JeromP 
(IMl); Hieronymvi Bonk, *661. St. Jerome praying, with St. 
Anthony on the left and St. .^gldtus on the right [triptych), *6r)3. 
Marlyidom of St. Julia (trlptycli), — 3rd Section: •666, Joaehim 
Palinir. Baptism of Chriat; '673. Beni mfl de Blei, St. Jerouit> 

XV, Booh. Netherlands mslterg of the 16th eenluiy. Mailer of 

the Dtalh of the Virgin, 682. Madonna and Child (monogram ot Dai nr 

, forged), 683. Madonna enthroned, with donora, 687. LaereCia; ■' 

I Mulipa, 692. St. Jerome (1637), 693. Lot and bU ilaughtera (16^ 

'aOtrij. VIENNA. 

894. Merry party [IBBl); Pteter Bnughel Ike Elder. 703. L*iiitsciipe 
In aututnii, 711. Enilf spring, 7i2. Prc]>3catiuii rur the Ciudflxian, 
713. Landscape in vinter, 716. Contesl of CamiTal anil Lent, 717. 
Riisiie -.eddlng, 719. Rustic t^ia, 720. ShaphMd; Tn. Fitltr 
Bnughcl lilt I'ountwr, Liadscape in winter; 73b. Luetu nan Valdtcn- 
botf. Mountain-scene. 

CabwbtXVII. NethwUnds School* firiOO-ieSO]. UtSection: 
Tfi4. Mabvti, St. Luke piiiiting Ibe Madonna; 7C6. Lambtrt Lont- 
hM^I, Holy Family; 763. 1U. Mailer of the Ffnoala Half -fiturti, 
Vij\n\lM; B. van Orieij, 765. Legend of S3. Mattliew and Tbomas, 
'.W. Iti^poBo on Oie Flight Into Egypt; 774. Frant FlorU, Last 
.Ti^.lgmtnf. — 3r(l Section : *im, 787, mi A. /Hot (Sir A. More). 
1-orir.Ug; 807, 810, 811,812. P. Pourb«i, Porlraita; 816. Pr. Four- 
l^tnlhe EUUr, Empress Maria, ulibof Mailmiliau 11. — 4tb SeottoQ; 
">^'19 I'eItT Paul Ruim^, Helena Fonrment, his second wife. 

XIV. Roon. Riibeni and }i<« School. On the excernai ddc- 
w*Ih RaUnf.- "830. FeBtival ot Veuna; t432. Emp. Haximlllan L; 
**K31. Allar-pleco of St. Hdcfonso: In tbe centre, Mary with four 
holy vomen and St. Ildefonso, on the left, the Arahduke Albeit, 
■tadliolder ot tbe Netiieriande, and on the right, Clan Isabella 
Kngenin, his wife, with her patron auinCs; 838, 836 , PortisiU ; 837. 
Park o( a chiteau; -839. Pioti (1614); 840. The infant Christ 
playiu|;«<tli St. John and tvn other childTen; 841, Charles tliB 
Bold 1 843. Scene from tbe Desameron oF Boceancio. — 844. Per- 
Itait of a Venetian lady ("copy of Titian); 846. Head of Mednia 
(aiilmaU by Plain Snyders); 853. Man in a fur oloak; 856. 
Old man; *850. St Ambrose forbidding the Emp. Theodosius to 
enter die iliureh. — "867. The four qnartore of the globe, typlBal 
by the gods of the rivers Amaznn, Nile, Danube, and Qauges; 
868. The Calrdonian boar-hnnl; 869, Portrait of blmseK; "860. 
8t. Francis Xavler preaching and worUng miracles In India (•863. 
Sketch for this work) ; •864. Piatt; 861. AasnmpMon of the Virgin 
(1620); ■865. St Ignatlua Loyola casting out devils {*&ii%. Sketch 
for this work); •868. Hermit and the sleeping AnKolica (aftur 
Ariosto); 867. St. Pepin, Dnke of Btabani, and his danghlet 
St. Boggi; 86^, Landscape, with Jupiter and Mercury visiting 
Philemon and Baucis. — Wl. Holy Family under an apple-tree. 
— 875. Head of an old man; 876. St. Andrew; No number. Holy 
ramily, repilwi ot Ihe picture at Sanssouoi {(630; Injured). 

CiiimBT XVI. (-X1V.). Flemish School. 1st Soellon: 913. 
Jan Brvighct the Elder, Templatiou of St. Anthony; 809, 900. Paal 
Brit, niver-icpiie". Jan Brueghel Ihe Elder, 911. Mountain scene, 
with the Temptation In the Wilderness; 904. Flovers; 906. The 
gifw of Ihe Und and water ( the ngurea ^,y U. d, Clmk). 919. Jon 
Bmeiihel Ihe Touiiser, Madonna in a Oowei-garden. — 2nd Seo- 
•■Umh SotlaadSavery, 913. Paradise, 924, Landscape with wood- 
^m^itSW^W>. FlDirers. 926. Honutain -scene; 940. 913. 


J Sendrlk inm f'tetnvpnk 1., B4(>. Fieler Ntefft i 


E important works. - 
f Imcs» Ac.htKhxUiack and Ooiaalts Coquet, Lindsuspe witb Buditli 
f «f HkpEbuig lud tliB prieM. 

XilLKooH. CantemporerieB, pnpilB, SDdfolLoHeiB of RDl)euF -- 
Inbmg van Djiet: 102B. ComitiSE A-maliB SoliDt.Prinisese of Orani' ' 
' 1031 PriiMB Bbodoranokie^ 1033. Orncifiiien^ 1031. CoDut Huti- 
! Vindeubnrglii 1036. Bt. FiandgciiB BenpUcne; 1037. Fortr.i' 
J *]03S. Ptlnoe ChulFS Lewie of the Pala&iAtei *1039. St. HeriT.'.. 
' Josopl. kiimliiig bfifnrB the Virgin (l(i30); MMO. St. KosHlii- i:r,iv, „ 
*FtheIiiraDtCliriBt(16291;M042.PriiicBEnpBrtnriL T' ■ 
■1013. SunBon ind DclllftL; 1045. ApchdnnbcHB (" 
BugeBJs. as > vidowi *ltiiii. Fntmesdo ie Honcailii 
Family; 'lOld. Jean de Moutfoiti 1049. OimluE Str: ' 
. -eiriti lO&l (epposiw]. Pieii; lOBl. Pninait <^i a m. 
L lOoS. Wlldene, the paintec. — Comeiii Schut, Jui, 
[ l^eandet, 1064. FiooeeEion of Sftcohatt 1070. frims Li ' 
I liiTMite Ferdiuand^ 1081 1083. ^irMSttydere, FieL-Tr, 
>y BuioMl; 1093. 1094. Sir fBlBrZ«ijF,PnrtraitB:»Ui-: . 
Bem-l'eBxi (Twelfth Niglit). 

Xn. Boon. FleraiBli miBteie of tbe 17l1i centniy. To tluMI 

of tkeentiuice: G. Ztghcra, 1101. DIsna. 1102. Holy Funitjr. — 

1141. 11. Tmkn llie Eldtr, LuidBCapnj lltU. (i. da Cramer, St. <IIIw 

cena TeoiiiTlng 1 necUaoe from the Virgin; 1117. D. Bydaail lU^ 

I Ttllage-fi^. — 1135. A. itrotnrer, PeasanU disking. £. XtariH 

I «hc rounpBr, 1164. Raailtne tbe newsp^ur; 1165. Tothh-wwwj 

I 1163. THIige-faiTi 1161. Koam In tbe art'CDllection «f AibUI** 

1 Leepold Willlain (p. di) M BrasselE, painted in 1656, irlille Tentei 

I w» direMor of this gallery ^ 1160. RuEtic wedding (IfidS); 1198. 

Aicher;'; **iir>&. BiTd-shnnting in BrutsolEi 1167. KidtbsK laaOas 

Tillage; *1]55. AbnLani's tbanb-oITeilngi 1153. O^d mui und 

I 4iiikG-4DlleT; llliO. Qoat-l)Dnse. Jooavan Oratibtede, lUT. SoldierF 

I «nd vromen (teuFening, 1146. Tirern. 

XI. Rdoh. Flemish and Dnl^jh SchnolB nF the 17tli nenii. 
I 11H6. AleamSer Adriaauaen, Dead pirtridgeB and tmoll bi'<: 
1167,1168, 1169, /. i'jlrfADi., Landeeapes; 1176.Cbm. Hti./m--. ■ 
ForpBt-poene; 1170. mi. de ClmmpiUgne, Dnsth nf A' 
. Jon Fjft. 1171. AnlmalB and fruit, 1174, BlrdE and 1 i 
I OppoBitc: 1221. J(.<rBDnrf(coi!li!r.Poiillry;"*13il7. J. ■ 
I Large foresl-'BDenB. — 1345, 1246, Leonard Bramer, \ 
1 Vanity and TraneitorineEB. 

CiBWKTXm.indXII. Dutch Sehi.ol (17tli rent.). lMSe--tn.ii 
' 1261, Aert van der JJecr, ViUage by moonUgbt. — !liiri .■**««»"": 
I Bemfifonrfl , "1269. Boy sln^ng (iqwb prob»My Bsnihrnndl'i »nii 
I Titu« roHdine; 1068), 1270. St.'Pntil (c*. ie3&), "ISeS, PortngL^^ 
I lilineelf (as an old mac ca, 1666), 1271, 1Z72. FnniilH(u. I^^l 

^Bblurt 0„Uery. VIENNA. I. Routi. 61 ^ 

•1273. Sflmbranat's moUiBr [1 639), 'KTJ. Portwil ofHragBir fn. ' 
ie55); 1279. »o(7uerlRiiifi,01iim»ii.~3rdSei:tioii: Chr. Pam'.l,i, 
I'm. Held of on old fioldior, 1285. Pesfsnt in i hut, J384. St. 
Jerome; 13S2. 8. van HoogtlTatlm, Han st & window; 1297. Front 
Halt, Portnit; 1302. Adr. cim Otlade, TLe deutisi 

Cabdib-c XU. lat Sentian : 1807. Sirli van Deltn, LargB psUce- 
i;>rden; Jon Stem, 1304. RuFtio wedding, '1305. Dlsslp&ted life, 
1306. Potamrfeii, C»v«lry allsck (1638)1 1313- J- ""> "oy™. 
Landscape^ 1312. A. van Everdingen, Ssw-mill; do number, PicM 
Coddt, Botuni from the cliaEe; 1315. Janunn dtrHtyde, Oldeielle. 
— 2nd Bsrtion : Nie. Ber'/hem, 1319. Shepherds and flock (1680), 
1322. Cittle; 1324. Hobbtma, Landscape; 1330. Adr. nm dt Vtlde, 
Landscape wiUi snimalEi 1228. Bcrm. SaflUvtn, Suiicet (184!)); 
JtK. van Suydatl, 1335. Lindscapa with vaterfall, 13H6. Wood- 
luid-Eoene. — 3rd Section; *]338. J, van dt CappetU, Calm seaj 
*1339. 5. de Vlitger. Calm sea; 1342. L. Balchuynen, View ofAmator- 
dam (1674); Fhilip Wouvttman, 1348. Rldlng-nobool and horee- 
pnnd, 1349. Attack by robhers. 

CA.BniBTXL Dutch School (17tb cent.), lat Sention! 13&2, Ffiil. 
IVf.uifrinan, Landscapei 1362. Ci,m. dt Htem, Still-life; 13G6. 
O. TtT&ufS, Woman paring apples; 1370. G. Mrtiu, Lace-maker; 
i;J6fp. Maria von Ooiltrwydi, Sllll-llfe. — 2iii] Section ; 1372. Jvr. 
vaaSlrttk, Ftiiit; O. Dou, 13T6. Old iroman at a window, 1377. 
Phyaldan (lGb3), 1378. Girl with a Uiitern; 13H7. J. D. dt Ram, 
Rtlll'life; Front t-an Mitrii, 1381. Lad; and her phyiiolati, '1382. 
CsYaUet in a shop (1600). — 3rd Section. German moalgrs (liiaO- 
17001; 1628. Adian Ebl>emtr, Kest on the Flight Into Egypt [early 

IX. Room. German Masters ortbBl4-16th centurleE. Eiitwalli 
•1490. M. Sdumgamr, Holy FaiiiUy. — AlbrtcM Altdorftr, 1421. 
NulKlty. 1422. Holy Famity; Han^ Baldung Grim, 1423. Vanltyj 
•1421, P»r1ralt(IBl())iB. BIripri, 'UaS. Kinp. Maiimillanl. with 
hi» family. [J29, 1426. Maximilian 1. In boyUood and manhood. 

(I &'J0); 140^. »>n» Bariitmalr, The ardal and his wife [1529] ; 1432. 
Bnr(A. Bthnm, Ferdinand Lj 1407. UQ8. Ambirirr, Portraits. — 
Itlft 0. Pcntz. PortraH; AOre^U lArer, 1442. Madonna, •U43. 
Enip. MaiimilUn L (1519, after the drawing in the Albertina, p. 20), 
1444, Portjait[ir>01; on the busts iaths allegorical flgure of Avarii:e), 
•*1445. Adoration of the Trinity (1611 ; oH^ial fraoie In the Ger- 
manic Museum at Nuremberg), 1446. Martyrdom of 10,000 Chrifitlaiia 
under Sapor, King of Persia; in the centre, DOrer und Pirlihelmer 
(1508), •1447. Madonna, 1448. Portrait of Johann KlBBberger; 1450. 
Aftrr Mrtr, Copy of the pielnre of the Rosary [at Prague, p. 229). — 
Jjuea t Vraaofh the Eldir, 1465. Portrait, 1162. Paradise; aau Hot- 
^H lh< Younv", 14T9. Portrait, *1481. Jane Seymour, third «" ' 






62 Roale I. VIENNA. Imp. Ficliire Qat 

of HBnry VIII., 1482, 1483, 1484. Portrdu, ■J480. John 
bets, physleUii of Henry VIII. ot Englsiid, at [lie «ga of '"" 
Derink Tybts. 

X. (»nd VHI.) Room. Gflrman PaiutecB of Iha 17lh mi ^_ 
nenturies. On the rigbt, 16^0. Joh. Rottenhammer, M&asaoia ot tie 
limocentg. — Oppositei 1681. J. Q. Auerhach. Enp. Ch»Ies VI.-, 
1583, 1583. BaUhaiar Darner, Portiiile (lT2(t aud 1721); 1679, 
Joh. KuptUky, Portrait of himself (I'^OO); 1693. Jof.onn Zaffml, 
Orand-ilQkfl Leopold of Tusrany uid hie fAiDily [1T76] j yinl. AipA. 
Mtna; 1600. IiifaritB Mucin Ludovica, ItiOl. Iiifaritti Miiia TLereH 
ofNaplei; Angtlica Kaiifmarm, 1610. Aria is tua' a return from lli« 
battle in the Teutaburglan Forest, 1611. iDteroient of the youthful 
hem Pallu (1786]. 

VJU. Boon [on ttie E. Me of Hie staiiotB) to the right, kI the 
end: no nnmbec, Ant. con Jfuron, MsrlaTheroei aiid JaaepkJL 
(1773 and 1776). 

Camkbi's X-VII and Rhohb VII, VI, &. V contain Horawi 
PAlNTiNda, mostly by AuEtrian artrale. 

VU. KooH. H. Fagir. 3. John the Baptial, t. Haiy Hatdalea. - 
1!. K.Bua, HecuhiilT.yuA, ./, AcUfuKa-, Punil->eEne;SO Jat. Ph. HattrU 
WibiFnUIi at TlTOlii 81. .^ J. Kmit- nmo (ahjeiiti SB. ffnd. AUi, HL 
t)Un<ii.«-> niienb at Vluntia. — W, Da, i>, EraJP, Deparlurn and rdnr* 
r inldler, ti. h. F. arlmorT vt» Careli/tU, ITiiul and HcvU- 
nifl-Kiir, 81. St. Fatil, H. Arrbdnke Leopold ai a cnxalu 
I) TO. SKIiViU, Oetenni miUi tl7. JuurAiv, Porliait d( 

111 Sect.. 9. J. harld, Napnienn L rro^tloe Ihc St. Bcraarl 
.: Nn ninDhor, Jak. All, Glioir and N. lower of St. Sle- 
1; UO, J. IMea, Ideal landiupe, — Srd Seel., nu Dnnbcr, 

Jni. Baaiauur, 134. Debanclirs ('^86), iHG. Koidigg Hit 
Will (tSSDl, I3D. Heal In a conyeDl. ~ O. WBUaBlIn- . 151. F..r.'aU.,,:n^. 
UB. Porttalt or blmtPir (UKSI^ 109. K. Wartlitetr, Knp. v-r.ii''<v.< ii 
WpiUins IbePintei---- -'" ■- " "' ■■ 

BOBuassdiD«Blg an ths tibtei iT (lone, *1GG. Karr cr.pi^.i 
tlHIll, IBB Jiienb and Sacbol, !«. Vlilon of a bat.l, 
........ ^.. . jjj JormaJem befom Itae caplar^' < ( 

lai Id ttiB Onlur Burg-Plalx In 1S'.^II'. i ■■ " ' 
I. — 9t3. JM/flivrr, Dnlie of J<eii-li-uu> ir 
>, Rhrfitandlhcdiadplui; 194. A. AiiAMlf < l 

n br IbB inbabilanu of Jeriualeni befom Itai ._ 
BBDiber, r. FauU, Vaai Id ttin Onler Burg-Plalx 

Bircb-erove, 286. A. XaiabacS, Lntr-plaj. 
vn Cabmu. Ho DRBtwr. 0, Max, 
~' ) lodge at 9( JohBi 3M. W- anrtt, ' 
V. lEvoii. H. RuH, 381. Court of tb 
lis uf Heidelborgi ^. DifrtBge ~ 
'If, Ln.l in Ibe Ice. — BUB. 0. H 
IfliJlir, Pai. — BIO. JW FimiMi ..... _ 

weeping Koqimii F. m» £s»6n**. Portrait. — tr. 

Juliet laimilsd). K) Flowers, IWJ Trluoipb otAi 

ST, IfagilWat ovettikcDi 'OiH. DijTtggte, Zitberpliyer. 

n ih 

. Crntnl HoODi ait]alBliiG i^e ilnlrcua Ci.inU!nB Iwelvn larcs. J 
I (', Tmiaim. mptweulliif ideoeii ftnin Ihs uimnliHoii uT ■ 
\'. to Tunlt (UBO) patlerDi for the BruM«l« UpcHr; In (kd> I 

■ !■■'■')■ . ^ 

. \ X V. to (lis [IbU of thB ilBircuE. e. Jm. ran F«>iHch, neoA ^ 
11 (1806)1 JM. ^H, 8. Ooiirl uf Ihe DiigB's pBlwi.. IB. Inlerlu? ' 
'1 M Venice, Aa. Fnanloln nt Tnmtt U. Jat. All, Towu HMl 

«t-eoi(iut> aail ilnninea by Auitrlm artiali, prcisnicA U> Ike 
rrince Buddlpli on liiB mBrriiga In 18S1. The beat tve: BR, 
liDSDbieaki; 138. r*-. Defriggir, TboPilnoe nd Prlnoaw Initio 
■ • Id thll roam bIid &ra marks biuli of Badulikr, by (3<db. 
MVeoithoir.byJt. A-andBBBB, -11.XXXV1I. 143-233. Saifciv. ■ 
iliirlng the sircuniDivl nation uf the Blobs by the Auatrlnt- I 
i.iin- lleOT-lflflBI. — B. XXXVin. warn. rramAII, A- '— ■ 
\ ii^nnsi Slei. f d. en SMnlc, Skeloli for a etalned'iilua w 

' >:-)iuiDb; 310. tforUi en A^tad, DitnB hunting (em ,. 

"e Crown-PrlDce's Allium (lee iliovc), with palnllBga li]r 
■a voluinea with Jmpuete eolDared vooit-cota. Alio: 

I SUtr. Uereulsi all 

rnnllBg with (hi Anainni, lirunntR 

.-a.ixxix. ai«-aui.«nfdt, chi^. 

.yeneg (Mm HDlllieh 

er, F. JEfURiT, Ad Knfll'li (frl. —r 
Id of the ilMalirnI Veluilu^ ■ oerlet > 

K M -'I!!. WliC 


aoyn lh§ Eldtr, Circular allver iblsld, 

uf iLd Uvltha ni 

,1 ta n. Jfu. a«. J 

Ontaurs. - WerMum lo Ibe itulr; 

'teifnt, nooril-aeller it Clilomtii. — 

and hkFkonra on the enutu of lalria 

lu runner Ambrai Oolleetliio In Ilia- 
iicrbcet, PaialoD olClirkili dnwlaio, 

>M»<Hini and the new Burg Theiln, ' 
I..1 ibB lunettes and IUf »ib ceUlni-l 

'■.„.,,n, Kkel.:bea fur the Innettca and, 

1.' mtilftolj eonUIn ■Gnilnuie. of Iha 

til Ollll, (11 D« cuill[i>l 

.luilei), — It, XI.V. WO. ProAle nnf 

pal Bled in UU. - 

Al the window : mi. Allv. Dimr,-. 

1 MV ..r ll,e Vlri'l 

in (dr.»ln(.). 

II. The Outer DisTBitTS. 

g. N.E. DiiincU; Leopolditadl anii BriffiUfiuui. The Prater, 

Tiimwiitai Noa. Al,6, 18,58, »nd an ply lo Ibo Pralir-aurn. Ko, 11 
I'lina Ihrough Ilia Tatitr-SiKUit. — QiButi lUii.ii'K [p. 6) from Uie Cualon 

or (lie 11) outer districts o{ Vleiiua, Leopolditftdt, tlio aouoiid 
I II. ItHiiuK), lliu Jewiib qoirteror VioiiiiaKilici: iU'li, llus on " 
». Blile or tlie DmiuId Csnal. lU chief nccenes or trsttlD tre 
I'liATKB-SriuasK (rj. 1); K, I'. % 1), loBillng rcuiii tUe Aapi'in- 
IJrlltkolotlifl/VuItr-.Wien. (v, Uii .ml tliB Twioh-Htjussb, luud- 
log 10 the JV. W. Slalion (PI. 1, F,8). In thn Pratet-Str. are aituataa 
tko VaH rhenlrt (p. 7} and tlie Chureh of SI. John, l>uilt by 
^^Bitner lu m42'Jli mid dt)uarate<l witb frc'euooa by Jut. von 
^^Brlelk aiiil otburs. Hum ilii», Tciupelgaaeu fj, ia tba >Syrvij/Dtrud 


(PI. II ; E, 2), B brick eilBee in the MooriBli etyle liy Ludv. t 
fl8D3-Q8), with BQ atrium tastefully aeeorateil with mosiiid, 
in tha Oircrisgaaae [No, 2'2) is ttie Synueogue of Iht Turttoftl 
(SBphatdiat community), by ffiirfen/VW, with «trlii 
dome, and sinuptuons Interior. 

In the Pbatbb-Stbkn (PI. II ; F, 1), the rondel at 
ta the Prater (see belQv), la the Tegttiba^ MovN,mtiA, etecfl 
1866, conaiiting of a bronco statue of Admiral Tegetllioff, tlitf 
of LUsa and Heligoland (d. 1871], by K. Kundmano, on a g^ 
column (36 ft. high], adorned nith sUps-prows in bronze,9 
Hattic and Vielory helow, in ehariota drawn by aea-horsee. 

From the middle of the Tabor-Sttasae (PI. I; F, 3) the .. ., 
Augaiten-Str. leads to the left to the Angarten (PI. I, B, F. ^; 
Mncerta, see p. 7), a park of 126 acTea in the French style, oiig- 
inally laid nnt tu 166G and opened to the public by Emp. Joseph II. 
in 177B. 

Tbe AoKarlen 1> bounded on tbe V. hy tba Biipttsnan (PI. 1 1 E, 1, 9), 

r tbe XX. UlnEiQT. nhl^ aonUins tilcnaive factgriai and Ilia banAwiue 
early. Q.,lhlc 'OftNi-c* i/ ai. SrleUla, with two toweri, balU by Selunldl 
lu mi--m. Tbe rithJy palnled inLeriur la kdorned with liucati by C. 

, and *■. /(All. Altar-Mulplurta by Jtrhri Uninod bI;"" bj Utiting. — Tin 

I Saiur-rrtmJaief-BracH (PI. 1, F, 1), cnimirucli'rl in 1872-76, ir.iM 
■■|a main am of Uia Danulw from IJrigilleBBO 10 Fliirididurf (p. 305] 
The KnoKPRiNii-RunoLF-SmissF (PI. I; n, 3), wliinL Iimi: 

I from the Prater-Stem to the Dsunhe, trntersea the new quart' i. 

I called the Donanstadl, and ends at thB Ktzhcrxog-Karl-l'lat/ 
'*" " ; Q, 2), with the Emp. Francl! Joseph JubiUe Charch, begnu fi^^ 
. — A lew yards npatream Is tbe Commu^ial-Bod (p. SX'>3H| 

I The *Kroni/Tlru- Rudolf- litielubrilcke (PI. I; 0, II, 1), billtt^fl 
Fiacher In 1872-76, Drasses the Danube, which Iim hcTL> been mSS 
ii.led with a broad Dew channel (1870-77), at a rest of 3'2 uilUion 
flirins. Beyond the bridge we may gn on to Kiiffran, passing tlie 
new quarter of KahrrmulUtn and the Front -Joief- Land on the 
right(PI, 1,11, 3j. 

The *Fnter (PI. 1 ; 0, H, I, 3-1)), the largest public pufc^ 
I TIeniia, became the property of the Imperial family in 11)70^ i 
1 VIS used as a ehraie till 1776, nhen Emp. Joseph 11, op^ieii K 
a public pnrk. 

The part of the Prater between the Prater-Stern [nee Bhove],'fl 
I Auastellnngs-Slraase, and the llaiipt-A]l£o (see below), knowi 
I tbe Volks-Prateb or WuiuTRL-PuATRn, is the fkvuurlte bav 

Di bier classes, especially on Sunday and liOliday aftemiMAi, 
r B,nd abaands in suttable attractions ('Wurslel' = buffoon). In tbit 
I Engllih Oaiden here is the pleasure -resort known as Vtnlft In 
I Vienna, wltb the Summer Orpheun (p. 7), and a glatit wbrel 
I (40ft.), eto. JanlKh-ThlattT, aee p. 7. ^^ 

"" e HivrT^ALi.GH, or principal avenue, with a quadrupls^^^| 

^K iandilraaae. VIENNA. /. Haute. 6& 

of Une eheatnut-trees, trBversea the sa-uKlleil Nobbi, Ph&tbr, '2</j H. 
In Isnglh. 11 is ■ fishionaWo resort in spring, when many fine 
borgea, clegnnt toilette*, And handsome fur.Ks will be obseived. Tlie 
chter gMi'diiyi are Eft^ter Mondiy and lat May. The tigui.1 drive 
extends pBat the Itiree Cafi» (see lieluw) is far aa tlia [1 l/g H,] ^n- 
deuu, ni to the Lvi>Muu« (IteaUurant), I'/j M. farther on. Amonggt 
llie numerous reeUurants mentinn miy be made or the Thfte Cafit 
(p. 7; militaty bands duly In «umme[; Haflnuer't Bestaurtmli. 
and tlie Bravne Hlrtth. 

To the Intern a tton 1,1 ExhlhitioTi held in the Prater in 1873 orig- 
Inxlly tclongcd tho Rotunda (PI. I ; H, 3], the W. win; ol which 
t' now oRonpIed by the intoroBlIng Poifaf Afuitum (adni., p. tO). 
Extensive y1i>w (rum the roof (lift, up and down, 60A.; adm. on 
wcek-daya ^-b.'iO). fteu this me the CauTit for TroUing-Matehri 
and the dairy of the grieau (Cafrf), — Al iha and of tlie Prater i« 
the Freiidcniui , where the clilef horse-races take place. 

h. S.W. Dutriets: Landatrane and Simmerwig. 

TaiHwirs (p.a): Noa. A33, 24, %i IH, 2j, and 23. > GmuLiBAiLwaT 
(p. 6) rrom the Prglei^BIem lo Ibe Custom Houie and Amwl. 

The III. DiaTBiOT, Luiditruss, llci on the right bank of the 
Wlen and tho Danube Canal, and extendi W. to the Hengaase 
Ip. (17). From the Htuben-Uing [p. 38), we folio* the Ksdelzty- 
ga»9e (passing the cuBtom-hoiiEc') and the Lowengaase tothe 'Wkibb- 
(iXbiirbkibciie (St. Olftmat^Ji; PI. 11, F, 3}, ecBolBd by Sr.hmidl, in 
the Mtly-OotWe style (I86G-73), with a towei 250 (i. high. 

In the loviltdengaaac, a little to the E., beyond the railnay- 
vliduot, it the Imftrlat Invnttdtnhaui (f*nj|oner(' Hoipitat; PI. U, 
K, 3, 4), rontilnlng two large ptintingsi by Kra/ft of the battles of 
Aspern and I.eljistc (adm. on »pplte»tion to the Commandant). — 
DuntiixKA^sB^JB, adjoining the Modrrna PaUije, are the intor<!sting 
Collerllons of Arrhdijit Fraticlt Ferdinand (ndm,, aeo p. 10), contain- 
iTig Itoninn mill mcdi«<val eoulpturps, othiuigraphkal nnd natural 
Malory objauta, etc. — Near by, In the Linke Balingaaao, la the 
VtlfTlnary CiilUgt (Tltrarmei-ItMUuti PI. II, E, 5), attended by 
1000 students. — The SmIo^wI IiwtUntioit (PI. II, F, 4; adm., 
»oe p. ID) In [lie Liechtenstein Palace, RasutnolTBky-OaiiBe 23, 
founded In 1H49, posiesaea important ooUectloiis. 

Prom the Schwsrzenberg- Platz (p. 37) the Rknkweo (PI. I; 
V, 0) funs lo the S.E. On the right (No. 6) is the BelvBdaie (PI. I ; 
F, !n, an ini|>eTial chateau, erected for Ptlnuu £ugene of Savoy 
(d. 173U) In WSi-iTU, and oscnpied by him till the timoof hit 
dealb. It eonsisl9 of two buildings, the smaller Lt)vtT Belveden 
and the Upfifr Bcli'edtn, ot nhateaa proper, restored in 1S9% 
whlflh aontainnd the plot ii re-gallery now In the Imperial Art Mn-' 
. Between them eiUnde a tensoed garden, laid out In the 
^ stylet U>o flight of atepi between the lower part, with Its 


J ibadf kvenuea, and the upper pa-it, with Its giaaa-pli 
I liedB, and foiiutniiis, i^ embellished with figuiee of cbildiei 
presenting the twelve mouths, by Qaseer. 

Booms I-V <lo the left): moillf AiutrUn paloterl Blnoe 1B30. — R. I: 
A. BScHin, Portmit of Unb^ch (1892]; K. Midu, Tbe Icciuen-, £. ileiSi!- 
Filitm, LMdsiapei /ota Uprtn, Snug irf Hari; L. F. tlraf, Poitrall of a 
ohltdi I. V. KTSmtr, Twimlna; 1\. »h Hermann, Znaim In wintar, 
HnrrMt. — K. II: If. Z^l, 'Theme la white'. Feuiut rceaei JC. i'oi^MliH, 
Emp. Francis Joieph I. Dnwlags h; Aas. FclUntn/ni watei-coloure hy 
Bail. All ond Bfsir-Umt. — R. HI; E. Kail, Tlie Naiobmarkl at Vknaa; 
L. Alma-Tadtma, FrsdeEDnda; Joi. DanJtiauir, Hatemal lore, PortrKili 
UariU tan StAmnd, Niunb^F Ktpi Bound daoce; plclnrei by ITaJdnKHIn-, 
Ptilimtofcn, and /. B. Bchlndhr. — R. IV; 'Bibu Motor!, Tha fl™ leDaet 
(1?IH), Ch&rlolla Woller In the cbarncter of VesBallaB, Sketcb for a 
Milliie-palntrnR ale. — R. T: •Plaliinia by *■. O. WaldmBUer. 

SooKi Vl-VIU (to the rishl of tbe enlruGO|: Foreign painters. — 

Ct. Mena, TbeeooJE) 'fffoe. atpuoMnf, 'Tbe bad mothcri) O. XlioK, Xind- 
gcapes; 'A. BUMb,, l&j\ ot tha tea; F. ion Uhdt, Fi'berman'B cblldieni 
•J. anJoajo, Don Mieuel de SeEOiiai O, KiU.t, Ai^shgf at DanlBle, Fr. 

otheTS. ' R. Vli: Mai JCIiwei', Judgm^at of Paris ltS87| ; SHv. Stgaolint, 
CarluDn oF tbe triptyeli 'Being, riilng, and piuiiie'; diawio^B hj Aniilin 
reHTbach. — R. VUI; •«. Slingtr, Uhriil in IHjmpiiS (18BI). 

Psrthei OD the Benaweg passes a Convtnt (Xo. 10], with a 

domed church, bj Donate FeJlce d'AUio (1717-30), and tha Palaii 

UtOemichilen-, No. 27), built by Komano in 1840. What was 

1 once Prince Metlernich'a parli (Pi. I; F, 5) is now covered by a 

I' liandEome new quarter ('Diploma ten-Viettei'), lucludiug the palaces 

I Of the British, Qtrinan, and Ztuisi'an Embutdei. In the garden of 

rthe last, in the Richai'dEasse , is the RusAaa dmrch, built by 

' Qiicomelliln 1899 (key at the comer house Richard gasse 1, door 4). 

— At No. 14, Bennweg, is the entrance to the Bolanic Oardtn 

{open April-Oot. only), with the wtU-equipped Botania /'nsHiufe of 

the Dniverally and Ih* Bolamc JtfUMum. No. 16 is the GorierniniHl 

Prinlinff'Offlire (Stsstsdmc.kerei; Pi, I; F, 6), to whioh visitors ire 

I adnnttted on Frid. at IQa.oi. 

1 In Simmaiiiig, tho Xl. DtsTxioi, to the 6. of Laiidbtratse, aru 
L the Cenlroi CaltU Market (PI, I; G, 6), with room for 37,000 head 
ot cattle, the muuicipaL Qai WoTla[Pi. I; H, 6), and the muni- 
cipal l^ctHeal WOTlu (PI. I; I, 6). 

on map of tbe AnolriaD Empire), Ilea tbe large and adnijrably k«pt Central 
Oometerr. II cont^na many flnn monnments, Obiscva, to tha left of tbe 

Jfmarl, Bitlliem, Scluairl, Joh, Btravn, Brahai, atiiga, Otn. ^olta, Ibe 

two Xi'lmt'i, Mataertt, Mviliiidt, Jfaiart, AmtrUnff, LoHfterftr, An- 

. torn, AiwHHH, Arll-Maroicit:, Haailab, Wtilm, Adm Bars, Tttii con Anu^^ 

% (bstcotbed to Th. KSmer), elc. ^^H 

VIENNA. i. Route. 67 J 

i. S. Districts : Wieden, Favoriten, Hielzing. 

TuiKWAifi [p. 61: to ihe 8. BiHlo«, A19, », 31i lo Fanrilm, Ai, 
», 17j t(J H<«IrtivAa. 10. — QiaotK EAiLWAY and OuMjim lo tht ArieMI, 
lee p. S. — Gtodtbiux (p. 6) lo SclumbrmiM aod Uiilntg. 

Vieden, tlie IV. Distbiut, U bouuded oii the E. by the Hnu- 
OASSH (FJ. I; E, F, 4), wbieh coutsine the palaces of MiUer von 
Aichholi (No. 30), Baron Atbtrt von Rolhtehilri (No. 26), and othon. 
In the AUeegiBse (PI. I; E, B) iB the Falace of tht Qranddukt of- 
Tuteany (No. 29) «nd in the TheieBianom^iBse (PI. I^ E, F, 6) ia 
the Palatt of Baron Nathanitl von Bolhschlld (No. 14). — The 
Church of Bt. mtabtlh, in the Kaioliuen-PUtz (PI. I; E, 5), U> 
tiothic edillflB iu brick, bultt by Bprgminn in 1860-66. 

In the FaToriten-StissBe, to the W., are the Deaf and Dumb 
Aiylum(_n. I, E, 5; ailm., sec p. 10), founded by Maiia Theresa 
ill 1770, and the Theraianuehe BitteT-Akadcmie, founJed in 1746. 
with alaigc garden. The latter building also eontalni the CMcTittU 
Acadtmy, founded in 1754, aa a training-college tor the dipiomalic 
and DoriBulat aerTicea. — In the MoiiLTt-Flatz, to the N.W., ia the 
Mo:aTl FourUam, by Wolleb (lfl06). Farther lo the 8., Hainor- 
;;naic 4. is the ^UKUni Vladobonaiit (adm. Wed. 2-6), containing 
Itoman antiijuitipa (oiiaA in Vienna. 

ThB fourth dinrict in adjoined on Ihe S. by the X. Dibtkict 
Favoriten, In vhich arc the stations of Ihe SUdhaha ('Restancant) 
iuiiStaaUbahn{Vl.l; F, 6). Near tho latter li the *Aileiial(Pl. I, 
F, 6; adm., p. 10), erected )ii 1849-55, enclosed within a apacious 
qiiadtaugle, at the corners and on the sides of which are barracks. 
Kntrance thioogh the Commandanlar-Oebdudt ; over the enuance 
are statues in sandeiono by GasBor, repreaenting the different 
handicrafts eunaected with war, with Austria in the centre. Within 
the pracinot* are varions workahopn (adm. only by order of the war- 
oflico) and the Atidji Hnaeum, 

Tho*AimyIInienu('lIeeresmu9euui'; sdiii., seep. 10) occuplet 
a l)Uildiiii! in a Itoman-BytanHne miieii alyle, areuled by fonltr 
and HaTuen. Catalogue (1S99), 1 K. Curator, Dr. W. Erhea. 

arannd Floor. Tim unparb FwliMi, bnrae by Iwelve groups of plllan, 
li adornsd nllh US marble ilBlim of Aoetrlan herwa. — lln tba left 1% 
the l^rnm, conlalnint a lares collMUon or fngraTlnsi lUuitnlive of the 
history ef llieAuilrlan army. — To Ihe right are (be OiwAriaut (wllta oo- 
wacds of »» lun^, uosUy of tbc ISth etB\.\ god Ihe large ArtittirH-Saal, 
with about 300 modeli ol cannon, a eanonlon of ehol and anmunitlnn, 
plajille repreienUtliiiu of bsttlra. and lOmB early caDnon (I6-nth c?dI.). 

We rtlnrn Is Ihe rcstlbule and aieend the Stalrcaie, wblcb ii sup- 
ported by four elostered colniDDI md dsaoraled with alleforlcal tttnoft 
br RaM, nuibie ilataes of Badeliky, Hayoau, Wlndlidigriiu, and ititiir, 

IB groan ia marble, Aaitria prolerUag bur ebUdreo, by Btni. 
nritnoor. The 'ADtTaiui &SHiiBBBAU.E(<HalI of Fame') FOBilsta of 
Mral hall covered witb a dome, TS ft. In height, and two (mailer ulnnna 
hinitl. Freneoei by Bloat: In Ihe cenini hall, on Ibelefl, Iht 
^rdliagen ifiU, 81. Ooltbard IflU, Zenla tm , Turin ITDU. 
t «*• UKBtt from the earlier taialory ------ ■- - 

e Ii tb< PonndaUnn of iba Mat 



n the rlgbt lb« i 
DDiiin IBtB; on 
aotnra 1849. The marb 

•tetti? since lets. 

ATmy Afuiram. J 

right aod iDfl ire Atled up ai fii 

"itriin «"r'"from tho ThiV^YMrs' W?i"down lS''tbeTMr''l79 

,__?7^ _?__"i?_*!^_"_J„ „.....„ ....ijg, pjpjured In wur. The eI»i 

lUitigD weapons, bB.nnen, and other trupblos ,. 

cUeiL In rront of t1>e wlnduwi ud t>y the HnUn w..».., .u„ M.,~.....,„.- 
lngobiectI,<.0. tile BWordof TilltitbteolluofOiiiUniuAdolphia, eovcrEd 
with bullei-mmrka and Woiid-sUini, which the king wore when ha IWI «I 

fausd soaked in htoud on hii deud body attar the battle of LillEen; hot 
nf JfariAal Aldritgal. torn rrani his hand by a bullet al the battle oF Rain 
(ieS3)| iwords of Emp. reritiumi III. and Sen. Bjiorlij Turkish watob, 

and Doit-af-miU; sword warn by CdmK fiWi;cr «/ AiirA«a6«'if at (be giego 
ofVieonaClB83)i bat of a»n. H«(*(sr, which waa pinned lo hia head by lUo 
anow-bea.! lyine ty il at the ale^e of Vienna (1683); husaari beimel rt 
Om. Zrinyi. InlerestlDe eollectiun D[ medala relating to the alegii of Vienna^ 
two gonenl'i batons, a cloth waiilitoil with Blaevea of mail, a colrasi 
with bullet-mark), and a lock of hair of /Vinci Eigtm of Savag; sworil 
of Xarikal Dam; hat. iword, ararf, and lock cf hair of Marthal Lauaim. 

feoeral of uUllery, by Empreas Kuia Thetuaa. _ Ths room on tb< rishl 

isnt Umn (InolDdloe KontgnlBer'a balloon, captared at WdTzbuTg In IWi). 
In the BBiea are the criTuca uf the Order of Harla Therua ef la the 
dMBueiJ knights sirnie 1763; (he aworda of Wiirmser and Clrrfayt; the drn- 
uoon'g sahre of Emv. Jinpti II. ; by Ibe flrot pillars nn the riEhl and led, 
raemnriali of the polrlolic! spirll -' -- ■-•-'—- ■- — • — - 

dtitc CAorfSf; adjoining II 

and With them led IheAnatriana to the. 
anient In Ibe Outer Barg-Platc, p. Ifi); I 

■narihul iVinc Carl adiaatttticre. In il .... 

■nd uniforms of Emp. Pmtitis I., of Osnernla fti-mrii, UtiUTtergir, Stancki, 
HsftHt, WUdtiihfrSli, Sasnau, and Hailii, of Eisld-Martltal Otanl RaitUkt 
(with numerous Insignia ofhonuurs eoaferrarl on him}, of Osl. Kapal, and 
of Aimb-at TegiiOmff. B; ihe last pllfar on (be lefv. goblet preseDtcd by 
the Anatrlan army in Italy to antlparirr (I849J, opposite, gift of honour 
piegunted lo.ldfni>-a;7epeM«^by Ihe city of THcaIc after the hsllle of Ligaa 
(Hopluns hurling a man-of-war into the abyss). 

In front uf the M "..i.-..— -- - —.- .-- -. .^^ - 

the leR Auitrlan gun« 
right ft ■ 

■"■ --ft. lone u, 
: in lM3-l( 

Tbe CAurcb of St, AntUony [PI. I; P, 7), near the I 
Fayoriton-SWaBBB, wsa built in 1896 on the moilol of ths chnr^ 

tthe sama ssiat in Padua. 
■ ioobpCemstrri (PI. 1:K, 6), » 

I eiicc*, on the right, about the I. . 

w cemetery, ilto Xtittlt, ftyw, uidulbHi 
le FBOtUTiBT (^EMKiKBI (Halileiusdorl'i PI. I, D, B, (Q li« Ot 
-' Utlu, B. Latit, Bcetmoiat, fieMntr, JMii. Aiifinai, 
Ungtr, J*Ut StlUe\ Jvtpfini Qallmtftr, iSi^M*, Oaii«tt, 

,in, &0 ft. lone, uied 'by the Turks to hlac 

I. Rotae. by 

From the Msrgiteten-QfiTtel the Triestei-Stiuse leai^B to tha 
R., past the EaUtT f\ata Joacfh Hoipilal [PI. 1 ; D, 7) to the Witntr 
Btrg [7T0 ftO, w[th tlie apinnerln am Kreuc, ■ Gothic memorlal- 
roluian, 65 ft, in height, arectad In i3S2 and rastoMd In 1462 
Slid 1892. 

'SehoBbiniuiCPI. I, A, B, 6i excursion of 3-4 hra.), an Imperial 
rbateiu on tlie Wien, '2'/g M. to the S.W. of the Ringetrtuee, ww 
built in IGig on the aita ot the Batterhurg, a hunting-lodge of the 
Kinp, M»imilian II. (1570). After the Tarkish siege it was le- 
efBBleii [i-A. 169H) by Fischer von Erlaeh, Ijut the building w«a 
completely siteied by Pticam and Vaimagini andei Maiia Tlieresa 
In j744-riO. The chateau, with Its 1441 apartments, many of which 
are handsomeiy fltled up in the toddro slyto, la shown to visitors 
only in the absence of tlie iuiperial family. Napoleon 1. bad his 
beailquarters here in 1801) and 1609, and his sod, the Duke of 
lleichstadt, afterwarda died <_'i2nd July, 1832} in tbe room onna 
ocDuplod by Us father. ~ The eitenstve Qakoek, In tbe Frenchi 
style of the 18th cent,, is open to the public. On ttie parterre, with 
its well-kept (lower-bods, are 31 marble itatnes by Beyer and others | 
farther on, a large basin with two fountains, and Neptune with eea- 
horse» and Tritons in the centre. OnaliUl(777ft.) !■ the OlorUtte, 
s colonnade built by J, F, von Hohenbetg, commanding a fine view 
of Vienna and the Wiener Wald (ascent to the right in the arcade; 
lOh.)' ^c the left of the main avenue are the Homan Bnin, the 
Obelisk, and the 'Schtine BiunDen' (beautiful fountain ; the Nympli 
Egeria by Beyer]. The ilinagerw, on the W. side, U an old-faibioned 
zuologioal garden. The ad,|aeent Solanle Oardcn is well stacked, 
with palms and eiolio ptaatsi tbe large' palm-house ia open In. 
summer on week-days (except Frid.), 1-b, Sun. 9-12; adm. AOh.y 
San. 1 K., Wed. aud Sat. freu. 

Ihu nark i> a.ljuliie<l on the B. (biII tu Ibe E, of the OlnrlBlle) \>f 
the riMlf Ji../uii™nl(PMi 2,8,7), with a large earden and prolly view. 

On tbe W. aide of the gardens of Schonbrunu (exit by the conser- 
vntnries, past the 'Kaieeratookr) lies HteUing, tbe XIII, DiiTiu(7, 
•'onsisling almost exrluBively of villas and pleasure-reaorte (see p. 7), 
In the principal Plat?, abronie^difue ofEmp. Maihnlliiin of Mcxiea 
(Ari'hduke Ferdinand Max, d. 1607] waa erected in 1871. The 
retnetery contains tiie grave of GriHpurieT and the monument of a 
Baroneaa Pillefadorf by Canava. 

Id PaniiBg iPI. Ii A, B, E), on llie left bank of Ihs Wlen. opposite 
8th"Bbr«no. ate iho iouie ooeapiea by Rliliard Wagser In 186a-fli IBaiilk- 
Sft'se 12) and tka liouia Id wbieli Ihs poel Ludicii/ ^nOfifrml-n- (IV3B-m} 
dierl iayrowel>£auB 10). both lodiealcd by UtileU. 

At the 8. end of Hiclilne, anr Hetisndoif (p. 73), !i Itie rlllnse of 
the S. of wMdi, on Iha Beuni^il laoOn.), in ■ rriencilr 



wilh the ilioatlDg-b 

I k. m Bislrkls: Mariahilf, Neubau, Fiinfhat 

Dwiiw«B (u. 6): KM.B3fii AiOi A8, 11, 13; AB. A5, 8,7; . 
flailB38i A3, 4. — Siadtbaum, p. fl. 

In Mariahilf, the TI. District, on the left baiili of Iha Wien, 

Mflgdiilenen-StT. No. 8, la the Thealtr an der Wien [PI. U, B Oi 

p. 7), built by SchLkiuBder in 1798-1601. In tho Guuipendotfor- 

Str., between tha WlndmuhlgssBe and AmerlinggiSie [PI. I; D, 5), 

I Ue the Etttrkaxy Park, Che property of the city, and the XgliHen- 

\ KiTche, founded In 1660 end lebiilU in 17U6. — At the E. end of 

I die bDsy MARiAHn-FER-SroAeHE (PI. 1 ; C, D, 5), the N. boundery 

of the diatriet, stands the Qoose Giri, a fouiitBin-SgnrG by A. Wag- 

ner(18e6). The roatbia Btatut ofJoitph Haydn, by Nutter In front 

of the liaH'ihUfCha.Tch(P\. I; D, 5J, was erected in 1867. In the 

Hiydngagee [PI. D, 5), to the S.E., is the house where Haydn died 

in 1809, with the Haydn Museum, eontalning remlnlacencsa of 

msBtei, portraits, the original manuseripts of the Crestioa, 

(■dm. daily 9-12 and i-T; •IQK\ — At Wallgaase 18, at « 

endofthisdtstrict, letheBaiinun(ia7iaitr£[Pl. I, C, IJip. 7). 

Tho ohorch of ■KirU v«ni Bier" CPl- 1; C, 6), In the Hiri 

-,,_.,. ,_^„_^..._ ■■---■■ --IB, L-t, Isii.ncUB'JnBiaolMoedifieBWWl 

^1. I, f'. 6;.P-J)v"'» 

ion, i|^H 
It tha^^l 


e of the 

moiilh B-f3) cIdbbA ISlh Julf-lBIb Sept.). 

In ITanban, the VII. DiaTsiOT, at the bach of the JuBlizp^j! 
Hoflrtall-Str. No. 7, is the foniiec •HViuUon Palact (PI. II; A,"* 
by Flaeher von Erlach [1720-30), with a rirh facade and impo** 
yesllbule (now e barrack ; visitors admitted], — In the ICsIbbi-S 
■Unds the 'Lawalaitn^Kinhe (PI. I; C, 6), built iu the Gothie «yle 
by Ft. S/Amidt in 1860-62. — In the Laiohenfelder-Str., on the 
N. aide of the district, la the'AltlBiaheafeldOhnrclirPl.I; 0,4), 
a Dnely proportioned brick structure In the Italian medi«Tal style, 
with two (overs and an outagonal dome above the cross, bailt 
rrom Idjilter's designs in 1848-61. The interior is tastefullr de- 
corated with freBFOes by Binder, t'uhrich, Kupetuiieter, and others. 

Iu the JoieplLBtadt, the VIII. DisTaior, at Aneisperg-Str. 1, 
HeeB the handsome Palaei of Prince AueTiperf [PI. II; A, 3), built 
in 1724 by J. M. Fischer. In the tiounda In ftont of It la tl 
Bent of Aruaiyruher, the poet, by Scherpe {1905). — Farther to 
the N., Landesgcrichta-Str. 7, Is the MiUlary Oeographieal Jnatituj 
[PI. II; A, 3), In which the ordnance and other government m "^ 
are executed. 

Adjaoent, Lande«geri«ht9-8tr. 9, ts Count Cicmin's Palace (PUfl 
A, 2), containing the*DieniinFletnTeaalleTy(adui,, p. 10), U^ 
"^bing 3@ pf ctnieg and a few andqne acniptarei CaUIogntl l| 

arther to 

IStemin Oallery. VIEHNA. J. RouU. 71 ^| 

Ira Rooii (tbB f*rlb(uit biekl. To the left: 1. Ifaralla, Huly Funilyi ^^| 

,eBllui»yyiteiitUltMftliien&. Sauo/erralo, Holy fimiiy \ V. Z,<iini(TJ, ^^| 

Onnii IT. J. fliDibiia-, Ado»Uan of Ilie ihepberdi, 18. Cam. Bchul, ^^M 

T FiBilTi 19. TiUonf/l, AlpbDIiaD of Ferran; 22. Early flDTfliline ^H 

1 Efct), PreiedWliun in Uia rvrnple; -48. Jfuri 

St. Sebj 

Uagdalcn; 66. 71 

2kV kij'uM.' "ei.""/.™!?!!^! 

;»il(_ 69. iJmum, MMf Bagdalfn; (16. m6mi._ l.ii_a(i^HeaaiiiB ■!".< 

73. f.f.*BolitcfD, TliBgrsoe.. On the eaoeli: 89. P. Xreffs.l 
81. If. ro« !*■ Vtldt the Toniifsr, Calm. — 2sa Room. w. *. ncsmi, 
BeiMrtutB of IhB ProdiiB) Hgni 97. C. deStsm, SUU-life; 9«, 90. SnoKi 
n<vieh, Fmit and Bowers; 93. flnyden, ViillnreB Ugblinf with snakei; 
100. A. MB OUadi, TiTern-, 110. Gaip. AiBSfto, HI, Jfle. Bsrriem, Uuid- 
Bcapei "in. Jai r.nnnr tea» /l((ft), Hia own studiD: IIB, H-oaoimjinii, 
Return from tie cliase) llfl. Cii|<p(!}, Cattle reposing; 131,126. S.ffujuiarf, 
Sea-pieceat 128. Fan Dgci, Gupidi US, 13t. ..<. can Ettrdiiigm, 144. 
ir^nrtf, 115. .^. I\nac^«', luidioapag; 147. V. «n Anyidoiil (I), Btorm 
at BMi 164. flflrtr, Pgrtrait (1616); tOB. Svbia,. TbE three women ai the 
Tomb (ttudlo. piece); 162, Uarocdo, Portrait of bimeelf; 169. Wm^anU, 
LBDdiMpai 170. J. tan ilBnlum.Flowaai '171. (Finita, Game; 172. Hondi- 
D»l«-, Ponllry; 173. finydiri. Fox hunted by dogi. On tbe suala: Doa, 
'179. Players, 176. Portrait or bimielli ITS. C. Hater, LaodtHpe (I669)i 
183. Vo* DgcHn, PuTlrait; 181. A. tan ii mil, Cattl«, 186. Ttnitn th, 
tmmgr, SaJdierg in a (avcrni *°18I, Favl PMir. Cava Homing oni of % 
(table, ISB. Fan dlr Seir. OonllagtUlon at night; 190. J. mm Ruiidut, 
Landionpe. - 3.B Boom. =138. E. d, wau, Choroh-lnlerior (1664); -SOB, 
2011. Van ier BiUi, Prirlralli, ';18. J. Etthtimir, Donlier-drlver, Ryctaert, 
'J21. ttasial parly, 330, Peuants in a tavern; 222. tampi Me Eld4r, Pot- 
irftit or Ibe founder of tbe E>llery; 331. nubm; 333, VmDgtk, PurlraiW; 
243, /. Kuytdail, Landiune, On a Hand: -73. remeri UW rowviir. Bag- 
piper, 7t. McU<i, Smoker; *7B, HentbrandlO), Portmlt of bis m other ; 
J. Bramer, 78. Mlier, 77. Villaje Harlmi 78, A. tan Oilade, TaTem; 79. 
l^urlmt tilt Tsimgar, Poilrail; 80. Ttnitri Ihl Eidtr, Fortane-teller, — In 
the centra, ■ statue of Archdnke Charlea. — 4ta EOOH (entranee-rDom), 
ffuWo RiM, 2S4. Female bead, 266. BnSonni; 267. A. Oufp, Landjoape wilb 

annmber of other pielurM, nrB ghown only when Ibe ramily i> 'from home, 
Tbt! diitriet ifl inteiSBcted by the busy JoBBPUflTAnTEa-SiRASBB 
(PI. Ij C, D, 4), in wbich, on tlie right, is Ihe Joiepiittail Thealre 
(No. 26a), fnaoded in 1788. — Close by, iii tbe FlariatengaBse, is 
the domad Ckweh of Maria TrtM (.PI. I ; P, 4), eteoted in 1698-1713, 
with ftescoea by A. F. MaulpeilBch. 

In the XVI, UiBTBiat, Ottakriag. adJoiniDg the Joeaphitadt oo the W., 
)i lb* large gorenimcnt TodiKce Faelmt (PI, 1 ; B, 3, 4), employing nhuul 
IfiOO biuidB IK"/, women) and produQing unually 33 mlUion eUara and I 
110 nillJIoa rlgorettet. Vliilori a:'e admitted on Hon. and Wed., l-ll and 
2-4 (aOft.), I 

1. N. W. Distrtcis : Akergrund, Wahring, D/lUing. 

Tnivwirs (p. B): Noa. AM; A7, 13, 14. 33, 27-31i AlB, 32; 836; 
Aa7i A13-1B, SaS-Sl. — Stivibauh (p. «) via tie Ourlel and truiu Ihl 
Scholten-Klng lo flrilfjniirqi/ (NuiaiorO. — Bauwai (p. 366) \\%, Hdllgeu. 
• udl lo .Viuidar/. 

Tbe Alsec-Str. separates the Joseplistaiit fcom Altergrund, tht 
IX.DuTBiOT. Ill this street No, i \t tbe vastI'uii]JoUoBFiTAi.[j4'(- 
' € Knaiktnhmts; PI. I; D, 3), one of the Isrgeat in Europe 
listlents). At the back is the ao-Mlled NanaMam, or 



72 Boult 1. VIENNA. fliPH^^' 

'FmU Towet", built by Joaepli II, for iuaana pBtlenls. To tho W., 
Ho. a Lszaieltgasse, U the Lavter ^tuiriuti Lvnalie Aiylnm. 

In the WBhriogar-Str. aro the Chtmieni Lahoratoty fPl. IT, A, 
B, 1; No. 10, 10 the right), botlt In 1871 by Feistel, with sgnUto 
palntiDgs, nnd tho Anatomifat Intlilute, built tn 1366, nlth the 
Anatomical Afutfum (t,3m. on application-, Nos. 11 and 13, to the 
left). Farther on, to the right, are the Palaca of Count Cholck 
(No. 28J and Prince DltMchitein [No. 301 the Utter with a large 
girdan. — The Jobepbihdm (PI. I; D, 3), Wahringer-Str. 26, 
fonniled in 1783 by Emp. Joseph II. for the Bduaation of mtlitsry 
physicians, cont&lna sn exrellent Palhologlfal Miaeum (open on 
Sat. 10-12). In tho court,- a HyiEielit as a rouiitaln-flgure. — The 
Knienm of Indartrial TechnoloKr (PI. I; D, 3, 3) wntalns col- 
lections of electric appsratng anil articles In wood and metst (entr. 
£iseiii;aise 7); the large Machinery UslI is entered from SevetlD- 
guie 9. — At Wahringer StTDsse 78 U the Katscr JuhUSumt 8Uh 
ThiatiT (PI. I i D, 3 ; p. 7), opened in 1898. J 

In the E. part of Alsergiund , in the Elieabe th -Prome nadO^ 
the Danube Caiul, are Iha large Budotph BaTraeki (PI. E, Sfm 
beyond them the new Police Office, oontaltiing the interesting P M 
JtfusEU».(adm. Tues. and Frid. 10-13). — Firthec to the N.W., I/3 H. 
from the Schotten-Bing, is Piunob tiEOHTBNsTBisi'B Pab* (PJ.I; 
P, Ej 2, 3), always open in summer, witU the Garitn Palace, ereoted 
In 1701-12 by Dom. Martlnolll, and (at tho N. end uf the park) the 
handsoine Kannissance Hew Palace, built by Feratel in 18T3'?&;- 
The *Liecliten*telii FietnTe Gallery [ailDi., see p. lOj vtsif 
ring), in the Garden Palaee, i^ontaining about 800 works, 
ate collection at Vie 

.E ealler; 

If flie anil 

:> by X. 






[qne, and, thongb Vortaiiilyiio't Bntirelytiie wnrVuV'Vtn oivn 

The DaagliteiB of Ceeiopa and tbe porlralli of hi* HsS aim 
cial atiEniion. Van Dyck'a portrait o( Maria boulM *« Tannis 
a flnett female purtraiti of Uii ITtb century, Xht aaily Helhi^r- 
I early Qennin and Italian (vorki will algiirt^pajiraTerol lnap«c. 
Ion. Beildea theplctorei, tbePlomtina RennJiiance seuMiircijiurclia'cd 
_? tlie talenlas prloce and nuoerooi olher worki of ait >n eiblbllcil 
tmajoliua, porcelain, tUlUn ohrjitt, brnntei, elc). The rociDH m decorated 
wllh eeiliug-painltBea by BridiimfB, rtanrticMai, anditaio. The beaBl tftfl 

Tint noor. Kooh I. Floccniina Icrracolla- 
the AKIri KriMu: terrauiUa boat of Et. Lawrem 
r^ief Ogare ol a wvnian by Bmedirtta du Jfolrmg 

... , ..... ... .^, niBjoilca (caaols! PDeU_ 

lea Arom the Tnilan Wari i 
le braien aerpcntj. Ofi^1)« Jj 

leBa'ttwo'olhaM'on the rt^rcMe). '""" 

Booh II (lUllaoa of the lOth aod ISLb eenl.). To Ike t 

Fiejo tfli^BjIT), Portroili no niunbur, FraneiiMgla, 

.a by JlflBo 

. 1473): 

imllyi 'Sa. lt:manlB da Frtri, D 
- ■-- -" 11,111, I-"- -- 

Parit Bvd'it, PvHiiiit; ITS. Oarcfn 
>u niAtbe Child ud St. AntboBri 
iptul) 'VO. FentsMa, Viiciii ud Child I 
Faluili B- ftJ'doro it Ctramfv, Ei 
iphul); -TSL JulMtUg da iAOMn, Mu 4 
i(); aU. l^a df rBflniom, Boif Fimllri 
! , ex. llonmt. Psrtr^i ; i&. Omt»m» Smt 
BulT e^MalJ; 7. TOHm, Midenu ud GUM wi 
SL Cilhvinc-, £3. Afln^ Se^a, GUJoliii ■■ I 
'gtrfOii L^i, Tb« tUn) at Eilli«i (lira aki 
.0) irnrci ^oppa, Eu« Samai C. CHtilU, Ktdonu »d Childi 
Lum IWrn CI, 6t. CUn, in Iti aid Iiune. J 

Boom Ul(IUUuu of ihelSthudlTOKeiil.). Td Uu righl; tS. iToldt 1 
nm', St. Jobs ibsETtBieliiti 23. Jbus/imfD.MitdDnaa; 2 Kflrt^eLJirama. I 
~ U, JlMttiiM*l«(>, Slbrlf U. Bittra, Gnirifliian et St. P«ttr: 'UX I 
ffu<da Xnif, AdaroikiB sf tbi ShepiiGrdii 339. /^uJa Vtrntatj Bclretii*! of I 
at. C&lhariafi CitDi^Ia- piece). — Miibriamffth da Carutoffgiv^ *3i. LuU-plaTor 1 
(<(tl} (rutk). aSI. Lnenlia. Cabinet irilb Ttrlasi oUecli u( - "'- ' 
rgluni to a. II ud eotgr — 

RooH IV. "tltlL aulHU, Qlilor; of Dediu, *ii lang laoturu will) 
nuuHDiu HfUH*, uecoted lu 1B13 by A. mh Ofak [run RuI>cb>*i duiKDI 
for ttin BruHcIf lapeetfy uuiulUtorT': AT. AunoiuifeineDl af '' ~ ' ' 
t.^. Tftding lbs utDiyi 40. BurHl pr«<«»iai>i Ul Utlort 

stte by «<ir<a, end 1 Oiurp or Ohriil .] 


h, A 

it llRur C&nvB 

*fl1. ItAliao iinMtnu(trioulre>Iled WKUeutrint Iff^]. *SN. MiH* Lonlna I 
.In TiHii iif AnliMrii, 56, Si, Iflrone, 161 Fniu 8iijd#w, Ihe ptlat«r. — 1 
"7a. n-aiu tf^ili, W. VBD UcTtbuiaen, kdliiEn ottUutem [ei. 1(130); Kan 
«)V'>, 76. Yoiinc Indi, tH. T.adf In Spsulah droi, 67. Virgin snd Cb(ld, GG. 


l:uuM VT iKvili,'rUn,li=li Hutsr) or fbe nih eeal.). To Hit ritflit; 109. , 

r.'H'>.n<, Ai'-.i'o (' ■k'KIOi tW. .d. mn iifd, ArchdDcbeM iMhrlU Ctart 1 

['.ugrDls^ lul. ,v„,„ ,v.,. V^oyilraKB, XoungmudeiGl; Bl.StctADril, r ' 

Nvo V'i-\M< Vlr.loi; •Hiibf-t, S7. Ponnit Dfa noMcmlln (t6t6l, Ml. Om ] 
i.igii; .1 r/m/'Fci, lir.'. i^ruEiniloa (eiiuilie), -St. Ckmni Jobs of Nuaani 
MI. rh. as Hi-piri; v-rtrnn. — »». ,d. ma Baoa-, Tooag muii no nnmli 

n»li'i», A'-"u>|>ili>ni jfin^-mwU, ■U. Partnit of hlmirlt. an snmberii| Vur- I 

tr«U <if s oun >»d ( -Wnnu (ISaS), 86. O. FNaet (erroncniiBlr Merllicd Is I 

l!..|ot.riir.rtO, lUnnB and Kadjnilon. - 1», Hi.*.«, Toilet ol Vmn, ittua I 
Tltlin); II>1. Jac. Jardami, Ku M lalilc-, A'ufrcni, 117. Jupiler enlhro ' 
on nlnnd.-, 116. 'iiberlae *nd Agiippina (alter nn iniUiue caiiieo), •• 

ll';!.'u^ml."u'l^"7lle pitott^Uik's". Arila^RBa' ll«j irnS"olli*r «fe"len( 1 


AtAb/fT. Old nmuid w 
l)irr> bud; 171. CIt. !.• 
Crsj-Er, Vr. airdera, 4: 

Book I. Taneiilrini. 

itruibal dI St. CallKFlDc (itudlu 

pit**), af 

Sli. i^iiMiis uotr 

1 itoirt »««. ?[«iun): a»™. BtWIfl (dwB- 
IH. TbeKi'iiifimUIn (on IhuBlbiiliL _ ~ '" 
lula Palace. Thr^a, k xrios ofVleira^ 


LiechitnaUin Oallen, 

•SIS, ^9. OiordiB, Ch3d1ii 188. O. Pa«utK, LudBcipe) 3I&, 
an. /. FmHI, BeB-pieet«i no rumlor, OolnrtoroupA , Porltiil. — 416, 
B. SbMSotiS, DealHt. — Mi. Binum it VHcBtr, BjIym Undseipe (IBIOJ: 
43i. Brtiilntom, Oyllot-aBlleri no number, 'U. Bobbima, On Ihe pondj 'Xic. 

/Tier,' LBBdaeapej SiPB. >. «ra .tor ICwr kib Baar'ltm, landsoapei' no nnmliar 

Rdoh'VII (N^tberlandlab Huters of Ihe ITlh sent.). To the Tigbl: 
B26. J. TiMerillu ywinjir, Kusllcmualclimi no numliera, J. Wj^ioflli, Land- 
aupe; X Ohhj, KlveracenBi e. fl; /b(, Purlnit of ft lady, A» Slim, 
TBVeni-acalie; *3a. Pft. tCMttniioB, Biver-teene, with bsfters-, 447. J. X. 
Xotinvr, 'le Boi boll'; 181. S. BiicHm, Judemeni of Pirisj no onmbi^r, 
•Jan sum, The lolterj Oenzala Cmjum, YamUj portmit; "430. Ph. IToBMi- 
mm, Robbara- lUtackj 491. J*. wraJf/erti, Harp-plByer; 33B. Cam. Diaarl, 
PeBBBit-ieena, naniunber, S. lanAii'tdacI, RiieF-scene. — HU. CMolmair, 
Landaaupe in winter; -BSa. !f. Bcrcitm, La.nd9CBpei '513. J. mn Kt^idail, 

J.KitOofiit.EiiiojinsnIaofwinieriMO. O. JVtw-?, PnrlrailiSSO. ff. Bsrrt- 
^>t^<, Lundxcipt. — B, Tsnia-t Iht ronn^ir, IBl, 493. Pcit< 18|). 
PllErtms; 4S3. .Jrir. van Oifai/i. PeUAnt-ncens < UQ. PA. Womennan, Land- 
scape: 471. A. Pm^Mker, I.mdxcapei °4T0, •4e«. A. Brcmetr, Old pguao'ii 
4B5. LamjH, Prince Juhn LieebtenstBini 4S'i. Ptnaetcr, LmdBcipa: ITS. 
fl/lan «in dir Nut, Lady in a ellk dregs | fifi'J. rmOri tta I'oufi^o-, Tcrmp- 

Roou Vm (HeUiDrleud[flli Haetera of tbe ITUi eent.1. To Ibe rieht : no 

f DombBr, Jon H>™»n, Tha collssei 543. /. van B«vium, FlnwMai MS. 

I Tmicri, Tavoni-scene ; fiOQ. J. Palamciia, euatd-room (16IS) ; 651. Jtralverl. 

I Hiuicol Bni^rtsinment (tCD'.l)) -6S4. m Waimmm, Baltlei /mi'rj, &4]. 

Pcaaant-aci^ne. "fiflS. Sliblsi Ha ./. con Bun^m, TIdhcih ; no number, 

/. vm Evuidail, I.sndscinei 'tOS. A. BTovintr, Dsntiil, <Sl8. EMcima; 

Fiielil Into Egjpl. — 81S- li™. i™ ffaari<iB, ajtbologital acone. — No 

numbBi', •Bobt'ima, Oalu Dear Iho witcr (rnim tbe Dudley Qaller;?; Bid. 


^otn, Kiver-sceno; as a J. M- Molmaar^ BualEc int^rioi. — 633- /. Jor- 
Sslyn; S16, 8. da Ffbinr, Sei-piece; &B9. .d. nm d< TKife, Kuing 

E (Netherlandlili Hutera nE tlie ITtb cent.). Tu Ihe rigbl: 4DB. 
Ph. Woucsrmau, Waterlog borate, J. vm drr Itcer o/ Aoarliin, I^ndscapo j 
Sn. P. .oWviAifldtr, CbnFOb-lnterlar; 300. Ttaiin, Shspherd aues^ iB3. 
P.tanivBal, LnDdgoape wllh Dienai 645. S. «n dm £kM«>I, King's re- 
puti 598. j4.«nOHa(«,PeauntBdaDelne. — B91. ClaaaJrnlMur, Landscape; 
•J. ton da Cioalli, Calm; SIS. J. am ilutlidi, SlDnnj icai J. can SBfidail, 
Landicapci 301. /. WgHOHli, KouDlaloDua landicapei m. S. it Vlitgi,; 
Calm; J. van dtr Biydi, CburcbrulDa; V. m dir Mvdc and .d van da- 
t'dde, ChELtean ; 039. A. nm ib VWda, Argni and lo. — BIO. B. lUgaud, I'rincD 
Wsniel Llcbtenstsin; 6G9. P. Coddt, Unaiul party {early work). 

Boon Z (Maalera of the 1501 and IBIh cent., moslly GemiBii and 
k Melberlsnaiib). To the rfeht: 718. Miutir of On FimaH Balf-^B«rH, Lafly 
P Willi parrot) do Dumber, Xn-ialea ; im . Jaw aaHsiM-a, F.irtralti no nam- 
fcHer, B. Biliam. Portfait; 'Qtdntm Malv. Portrait; 7ia, 7U. B. Slrigl, 
I Portraiisi Bo number, B. ZeUblom. St. Hleholai; 706. Jtut Jem, Porwaii 
I (1037); -726. ifimUn,, Virgin and Child willi the donor (!T4S)i 7il). Uaai 
van lietiiit, Herinil in Ihaduerti 704. /on can ^cn-rl, Portniil;6W, f. Aldt- 
grnir, Toune mm (1540)-. 733. ifamH-?. Virgin and Cblld. - Bntianre' 

wall; 71B. Jf. IToMDimiit PorirjJt! -736-787. fli«o w» t 

of tUe Hagl [triptycli); 734, 736. B. hub Orlv, Daoara a .-. ... 

an >1tar-iit(rcf)i no nomber, inai O-anoe), 8S. Mudaltn and Cat 
I 189. Jiim Fni^tiel, Poitr^t (U7B); '730. flnftifni Maiim --• "-"-'-* 


Kniiuli, Aitgtrtiuytr, Bimdieoelrr, Dt Btem, Bavery, Slrrit, BrhUgtt, J. Ban, 

Booii'xll. Simllu works bj Jan Fyt, Btda, Weenix, Be Soninck, 
Tamm, JTonilrattcr, W. tan Acm, F. Sffdiri, Dt Berm, Van TMrlin, und 
ffafUlon. Sei-piacu by 5. dc Vliesir BahvyicTt, Silo, WiUatrU, ud 
DMbeU. LuiilSLHipu by Loulhirliturs;^ Fan Bugmm, tni /on Bolh. 

HamaJi, Ihe XVII. DisTBtCT, inolniling the villigeB at Dom- 
lioeh sn-1 Neutvaldeijg(^.78i), is ajjoiued on the N. by the diatrivtB of 
W41iriiiB(XVIII), which lies to theW.of AUMgrand, audnabling 
(XIX]. FiomtheLsiuistengaSEeststfaii of thettsmniiTtoPStdelns- 
riorf, we proceed to the K. through the Tarlienschatiz-Slr. (piEsiug 
ihe Obtervatory ; aim. fi-11") to thet'/jM.)Tfirkoiii(lhaiiiPark 
(PI, I; 0, 1), "ith ■ Reitaurant (eoneerla, aee p. 7) niirl a Br.lvedert 
(*VIew;idm.a11diyoDSQii,, on week-days 4-8 in summer, 2-4 in 
winter;-JOIi.). The vilUaofthe Wioier Coltus«-V««fn(Pl.I;C, IJ.-i) 
are charmingly aitaated at the S.'E. base of the TuTkenichanse. 

DBbling indudes both Oier-Dobling and Vnter-DblUng, to tha 
9. and N. leipectisely. From Ihe latter Ihe Bohe Wabth, passing 
Ihe Cmtral iltUotolonicat Station and the fine Purls of BUTon 
Nathanirl Rolluthild fopen on Mon. & Frld. aflernoon in spring; 
1 A'.), leads to the 14. to Heiligenitadt (tl. I ; E, IJ. Beelhavia 
Jived here at No, 1, Pfarr-PIatz. Hnaadoif {BockkelltT; Zut Rou; 
tlranhauf, oppoaite the aUtion), farther to the N., (a « fafoucite 
pleMiue-rFSort of the Vienuise. Rack-and-pinion railway w the 
^Bjr lie Ktihknberj/, see p. 76. 

S. Envixoiu of Vienna. 

iK. fa or IK 
ny trernUDPn narka llie uattleHeJd.) ine bcauti<n1 ear 
Bahi, aucti ai UiB I.iapoldibcrii, KahlHibtrii, Bernunai 
Alpt, IhB BiclureiquB hill, ot tlia Wiener Walil, and . 
£adn, etc., finlier to the S., are eaail; 

fiu, « ksy 
m-, 10 (b! 
Kaulbnubuo and Lsorot-iisuBKa. 
Channlng emuralan. 8iiutuijk (|>. 6i from tbe 8c; 
16 min., 21 ItpIbh d>il)), STUTsBaHH (p. 3BS; from (be Frani 
in iUmin.l, or ST"" TaAiiw.r (p. Bi linea 11 ES, 33, froi 
Ring in 34 nlii.) tu A't»i<fi>r/ (rdlway-faKS m, SO, 2(1 i.; 
)■«.}- Fiom KuudocC la the lop uC Iho BahlenbDre b; It 


i el lea.-. lo Ontftni 
I, jip. 1TB el seq. 

. B lailnaj) in '/, br. {fare 2 at 
bolldayi 1 A'. Id A 1; irali>9 houtli, ii 



yuinloTf, sea p. 75. Wo follow the Unas of the afeam-d 
WRT ftom the tail way- station to (5 win,] the Btation of the 2i 
radbahn. The 'ZihuMilhahn', 3'/4 U. lone, constnicted likefl 
■on the Rigi on the 'rtiok-snii-plnlon' ByBlem, ssoemlB st a g^ 
F. iTuJient (1 : 33 to 1 : 10] to the top in 32miD., ptasing first thiongi) 
I Tineysrds, then through &ne woods. StKtlona: .l^^M. Oriniing (Ba:~ 
ger'a Eestnnrant, in the vicinity, with shady garden and good wine), 
flbOTQ the chaimingly-Bi tasted village of that name, witli its anmer- 
Dua vitlsai 17«M. Krapfenwaldl (Beataursut], a favourite TOiott, 
neai which, to the left, is thaKobrwU, with chiteau and park, 'i'bi: 
lina new curves round the Wildgrubt, and readies (3'/* M.) tlie 
terminus on the Eahlenberg (1404 ft.). The adjacent 'Stefanle- 
warU (ascent 20 A.; printed pAnoraniaiOA.) alTords a splendid view 
over TIenna and the Marubfuld to the Lesser Carpathians, and to the 
Styrian Alps on the S. About V4 M. below to the a.E. ace the hamlet 
of Joaffsdorf and the large liatel Kahlenberg, in an open situnticn 
L (hand, see p. 7). 

I WMkiiH also agcenil the KableDbetg fRim Nujsaorf (1 hr.). We cnx. 
I me Zahnradbahn (see shovel above the (Ulion, and asoend Blong tlm 
P BchitH'iiach by n thitAj path oallcd the BitlhBtcn-Oang, with a bronte 
I bust of lliB great oompiiMr, wbo niads Ibis ■ froiloeot iMOrl. We llien 
follow UmI a nooi Deld-palh, Ihcn Ibe road olcBnding pial the Inn Ziir 
ElBEman Hand ("View), to iba hole!. — A floo routa fnr gnnd wilLen 
rnarked red) leads Aom Ihe Knltlentaii^ to tba S.W., tI& Ibe JSgtnctric, 
Utf Btrmamulmgil, and the Baatim [p. 77) to llie (iyri hrs.} SapMn'-Mpi 
tp. 71). — rromlbeBablenliereto (I br.) ITsiJIiriff, or by Ibe JoiepbB-StKiii 
■~ (IVi Ir.) SToilcnMudifu see p. 77. 

A pleasant forest-path (red niarka) loads from the hotel to (he 
X'/i hr.) Leopoldibers (1380 ft.), the Inst spur of the Wieneiwal<l, 
' rising abruptly 8S0 ft. above the Danube. On Che Buhstiuctures of 
the old Mstle to ■ '''."li the Rabenberg diihes ttansferred their re- 
sidencefrom Melk In j.-.-.-^., " ' '' '' {now a rastiutanlj with 
a email church (1705). 'View -''„ J.i -'wiroiie more pieturesqilo 
than that from the Kahlaube.g: U.W. Klosletneuburif, opposite un 
the left bnnk uf the Dnnube the Uisamberg) N,, the liilly region fru in 
the Hanhartsber;; to the Poian hillst E., tho Leeaer Carpathiaiie | 
a,E., thoI.eith«Mts.-, 8., the Styrian Alps and the Wiener Wald ; 
also the Danube for many miles, with its beautiful wooded islands; 
lastly, in the centre of the eiteneive landscape (900 »q. M.), the 
imperial city of Vienna, with the nev channel of the Danube and 
its Ave brldKea. — From tho Leopoldsbiirg a path (along the wall to 
the left of tho Inn-door; guide-board] descends in easy zigzags to 
£'aUcnberircr[for/'(raUw«y sUtlone spe p, 93), at tho N.E. bane Of the 
hill, in l/s hi. Another path (yc-lhiw marksV before Ihf inn to the 

left, desoondsto (1 hr.) fffoiimt.i.'.v :. 1 

flrl«iitff (j*e abiiiBl »s fei 01 til" i-'i ■ ■ ■ ,'i.,ii.ri i'JHn fltlli- 

aii, and ta 10 min. mam (way In-ii ■ - ■ .■ 1 i ii.t slill l.ithu 

• Am aimmtl Inn (nneel view from ll..^ -'. n ■■! -i — I- .1. 11,-KMi.cill*], AaowW 
of tlic /Irrmaanihifil hence, aee p. 79. Fnim t1,e nimmel a rapid Al^HH 
Ibrougli a sUady valley In <Vi br.) Bittrriu,/ (Inn Zur llalllgMI Afud^H 

■I' l1 '} I 

c. ,. . . 









.uiuHN (p.£) bnm tbeCuslora Hou«e is 

r>>Tii!'n» (;. aij&l [ram tbt Fnuiloul 

B lb« piindpfl! sUtlun Klonlenienliurg- 

■ aMniidHT gtatioB EloilernsohUTE-KIerilne, — 8ius 

DC A 3) Yli Dorutocb tii Kou-Waldegg. 

At Ktoitenianbarg (Schiff; Bmogihtit), a small loirn (8700 In- 
li&b.] on tbu right baukof the Danube, 3 H. aboveNussdorrCp.Tfi), 
ii eitaitad tha olilest and wealthiast Augutthii'Jn flcaailtry in 
Austria. Tba oharoh, cDnaecrated tn 1136, a llonianeBqiia buiticft 
with Oathtc additions, nas rebuilt in the baroque style In 1689-1712 
anilrooderniiedby Jo«, KomJiaarelUiiiiZli. The fine Gothic doUtorH 
date paitiall; from tbe end of tbo IStb century. The palatial abbey- 
buildings "cre erected iu 1630-50 by Ftlice Dcnatn d'AUIo. On the 
tC, dome rises the Imperial crown, du the W. dome the arcbdneal 
liat, in irionght iron. Within the abbay is preserved the actual 
ircbducal hat nhtch fs used at the ceremony of swearing allegiance, 
and there Ua small collection of pictures, chiefly byAuatrlan miateiB 
[Ifith and 16th nent.], andacollectionof mignellaiieaiiaDbJeDtEOf act 

Th* vstnabla Treamri (apply to tbs treatuwr, beat at 10,30 a.m.; 
1-a K. 10 the •tlendaBl] and tbe 'KaiiFrriiDmer' »ill> Ibeir btDiliaine tapeain 
(atlcndaal 1 T-) are irell worlby of a Walt. The LeupBldi-Kaptlli eo-a- 
tuini the cclBbraled AUar of Ko'dun, niada Id UBI b; KIcbolu nf Ver- 
Auu, of b9 plaiiDOB at glided btoma with ruila rcprcscntalionl uf Bibllual 
aubjaeti Cnlello' nork), Tbe wlndaiva a( the nld ehspicr-ruoiD are ailed 
■filli ilaiBCd glaaa, dallne rram tbe end of Ibe lUtb ceDlarr. 

Tho column in front of the chuich nas erected in 1381 on the 
eusaatloii of the plaeue. GodiI winea at the *Stifliiktitcr, Albrechta- 
bcrgergasia 3 (near the abbey j beyond the Gothic column go through 
(he archway towaidi tb« town, then turn to the right Into the gate- 
way), and floe y'lnw from the terrace. Frequented restaurant at the 
Sfhitti'StaUt, oppnslte, A small house adjacent to the church on j 
the left contains a nionslei c*ak, one of the curiosities of the place. I 

From Klostomeubutg to the Kahtenberg (I'/j hr.; green way- 
marks) see p. 76; to tha LeapoUUbtrg (i^/^ hr.) see p. 7l>, 

InUie )rt<d"np«^n>l, 31f. MtbeS.W. onunitanicubure, lV,H_r»n 
Iba slatlgo KlartetDBUbBrg-'WtldtiDE, Ilea tbe plaasaiit Tillage ofWeidllsc 
laolJatrBlrauu: Zum TtraUr). FarltieT up Ibe volley are Vntcr-Wsidllnii- 
• ■ ■ ■■ ■ ■■ (, M.) Oiar- If-iJIfflKtfK* "" 



. ■» (Wmllne 
rintarv (gnn w. . - - « . ... 

p. 78) «a>- be anceoded from Wsldltsg ta ]■/, br.i friiin Linter-Weldlini 
bnoh to IhB ffrmxiWHtsral 1 br., In the Bamm (aee p. 18) '/< br.; fioi 
Ober-Weldllngbaeta ot» tbe Tetfl to the lUipMn-Alpt •/• br., ase p. Tt 
FfoiB KlBiIiBc (rlimadc and wbar-eUK asUblialmeoli peosion BOJ 
per week]. Id tha ■aller of tbal name, 9 K. to (bg W. or tbe i ' '' 

If" iDO 0310 II.) and (bailee Tit tbe Sa«iit-B«llc and WlaiUtkBUlU (o 
tar- WrliUn/^cli or via OinOidHfir-Bailt lo Viilir- IFadHngbiu* (aee abuTe). 
DoinbMb and IT«n-W&ld«gK {Batawant ntr QiUdnm Watd- 
jftnfp/'f, cjoseil in winlei), two adjoining villages belonging to the 
ni. ditUlol Elernata, on Ibe spun uf tha Wiener Wald, are feu- 


■ 78 Boute 3. DORNBACH. 

queiilly visited. Tlie diiaf attrautiun liere is Ihe Park of Prinee 
SchiBanenberg , throiigti which a road (onB-Lorae can. 3-4*^.1 
aacends from ttie traniirsy terminiiB to the (2'/* '^0 ^omcau , ot 
SoUanderDSrl-tl(if)i!>ft.; Ian), i One point otview: E.. a part of 
I Tieuni, the Maichfeld, and the Lessei Garpathiaits ; S., the mouD- 
[ tftins irilh the Schneeherg in the btcligroiind. From the Hamean a 
pleaHAiit and wetl-abAded path lead* In ^/« hi. to the 'Siiphirn'A^c 
(lfi90 tt. ; lnu~), which may aleo be leached direct in I'/i lir. b; 
pintureBiioe path from Nenwatdegg t5S the EohTet-HHIlc (Inn), "" 
Fratu-Karl-Autihht, 10 mio. to the S.W., is another fine poii 
YJBW. We may then descend the Haltcr-Tid, or by the path 
the 'KnBdfllhQtto' Inn, to (IVi bO HCauldoTf (f. 84). 

^ iach (SUB p. fl). — A Hue poinl of 



'/a-V/, hr. A little below the Inp ia 
led markB, leadi fium tb« Hcrmuin 
elose bf <i IbtJang/t 

1 JT. 80. 1 *r, SO, 

Mditna in IS-3G m! 
'" or I A-. •XJh.U t 

.-., _ as., IK. 6,.., -. -_., _... „, ,. 

«)».)i XoBadm, ITM., ini/i-lhr. (3 J. *0, t JT, 80, ot IK. 

Bs. auA., sx aoA., ijst.soao- 

The Soiithein Railway (see p.l74)pa9BeB through plea 
affording an extensive view to Ihe E. as far as the LeithaMts., and tt 
tha W. over uuuiarous viUae, and popoiouB tiilagas at the base of a 
beautifat range nf hilis. The city extends as far as (2>/l M.) Mtld- 
Ung. To the right, lioyond the avenoo from SthSnbmnn to Laxen- 
burg, i« the GiorieMe(p. 69). 3'ltM. Hehendor/', with an imperial 
rJiitean (totheiert); O'/i M. Aiigeradntf - MuMcr > 6 M. Lioiny 
{'Waldbauer) , with a large brewery and reBtaurBpl (Bue yiow from 
the pavilion in the guden). 

t(r«lurn-lickot from Vienna 'iK. iO, 1 H 'BO, 'or i'a'. SO*,)- Tb* -'nil iuWr- 
nedlale nlation uf importance i> (I'/i HO Faith tnUalsrtCaeAu^'rtr'- Jdlrr, 
■ood wina), al«o a sistion on the lteam-liamw>T M NOdline [i>. t,\. Tl.c 
Bolhlc dinroli, deftrojBil by Ih ...... 


4i(lB8Bfl.), on (beJ>lMme>rvor/-arap(<i<(A(i'ff. TcacheA In I'/.lir.Voui 
KalloBleslKeben oc Percbloldsdoif. Pleannt rnlkUV' '~ "~'~ -^ "" 

I 8 M. Bninn am Qtbirat- Maria Entcridorf, 

iO M. KiHingimM Surialon, R. ftoui 3 ff. ', 'Ooldnet Lamm, 
giiiiii nine i fl6l. MSdling; Enctnhrunner, gfirdai 
nierjison old town with 11,100 intabitants. At the W. end i 
Sltidi-Fark, with a 'Karesloii' (see aliove) nail euoimer theatre. To 
the right, on b rock, risee Che Gothic ChvTch of St. Olkmar ^buUt I 
■buut 1464; restored 1690), w[tb u crypt, adjoined hy a roonS | 
Konianeique buiial-chapel ('Kicne/), dating pcobably from the end 
of the 12tb ceiitnrr- To the left of the railway lie» the euhnrb of 
flehaffel, with the Hyrtt Orphanage. About l'/* M. to the W. in the 
liydropathfc u( PrieitniMal ; and ^/, M. farther on is the RiehaTdi- 
hof dalry-fariu (1210 ft. ; hence to Qumpoldskirchen It/i M., lee 

The*Braiil (oloctric railway frouiModliug to HititerbrUhl, 2M. 
in 20 mill.. 33 tialna daily ; fare to Klausen or Vorderbrtihl ^, 
lllnterhrabl 30A.], a ravine In the UmeBtoiie-rock, abounding in 
luluial bcantiee, is the property ol Prince Uecbteneteln, whoau 
father adoined It wlttj pleasure-grounds and artillcial ruina. The 
tOHil puaea, at the cnlraiine le the valley, under the Vienna watcr- 
iiDiidult, and tallowt the loft bank of the brook to (t/s br.) Vordet- 
hrilh). The path ou the right hank of the brook (^whlt'.h ja crossed 
hel'ota the aijuediint la rea<:hed^ U praferable. As far asVorder- 
hrfihl the valley is called tlie Klattie (the hnuaea on the road being 
named Ktantm), at the end oF whiiih on the hill to the left ritee 
the ruin of Modllng. The valley then oxpanda Into the pleasant 
dale of the Vorilef&ruA^'Bfit. Garni Hijeh, H.,3-n/r., B. BOh. ; 
*Zwe! Raben, \l.1-t, pena, t-«K.; Qoldner Stern, unprDtendlng ; 
at th« turn of the prliii-e ia a caK; Dr. Siilieimpflug's Sanatorium). 
To the N.E., V* *<- "bove Iha VorderUruhl, ia Uie mut-IUa-iwml 
Riidetdiy, ebanningly aitualed, 

Anai1i(|i (try •tIruitWe palb Icndn Id llie (■/■ hr.) Vord«rbrHhl alosi 

SI. i>lhniai waatstDd la tO uiln. to Ih^SeSttara Turn on Iha Kalmdiri 
(ItMJft.)i Ibmea a rohI path, protectad by raJlinii, at the end of wl 
we doiHnil lato Ihg nriAil by itvpi eat in tbe rock, tir «■ may fallow 

the willa of irtrAUmUJit, pari of^whloh baa recfDlly been [«lor*di wi- 
jciining It ii a inndaFn CkilnH with a garden In llie Bb(1I>)i itiile. From 
the nOUl Kadvltkr [aee abavej a road deaeenila lo tlie left to (>/t H.) Vordct- 

r.tsob'unilalB Is a wilk of 1 hr. 

Tlia lup of Ihc 'Klelne AnDtDgcr' to the B.W. or the Vurderbraiil is 
crownad by Iha HnaaiaD-Tampal (1030 n.), eirclud liy rrlnoe LUDblEDntaln 
In ISIS. Bcwn Aiuirlaaa who fell at ABpein and Waeram a'a interred in 
Iba vault Iclow. Eilen-lva view. Tlu toad lea^Uni to It Is bad at Di 
h''i -nrrwarHs lin]imvo. Tlie walking mule ('/• brj U prefrrahle: ■ 



Tba mad laadn b; 
tranbsi BeMtaurant 

A fuW-W i parU J . 


Tenipei tHoBBbo.ei in !>?, irO.'Gumpoldskirf 
and Galden (ahuileat t-ai eulest). 

Branch-line from MSilling to (10 min.^ LaxenbnrE CX 
Stem; Rartmimn't UttlaaraM aX the station), an imperl&l oblfil 
nnil park, on the Behweckat md the Vienna ami Neustadt Canall U 
AiU Schlott was erected in 1353 hy Emp. Albrecht II. and sfter 
its deetmctian by the Turks In 11)83 rehuilt under Leopold I. hy 
BurniEinl in 1687-93; the ff«« ScUoa ['Blauw Hof) with the 
theatre flstea from the reign of Maria Tharesa (ca. ITS'i), 
flower gsrdens are closed, hut the *Farh [98& lurea], laid ontlH 
English alyle in \1Wl and 1798, (a opon to the public. The "^ 
olpil points are generilly visited in the foUnwiiig order fdiro 
from the ranger: in the park]. 

HoDuttient at FmnciB I., a cologgil bust in marble b; HtrclKwi i 
gniR, a Oothls obftpali Heierei (farm); Rittaranu la. Kur tlis lasi itB. 
bom tha atatlun) ia llis •Fbihzehsdubq, Eraclei) in ITSS-lSaO la Ibe raed- 
!iBf»l ilyle, on no islind In the lake (ferry 30».), an.l adomsd wltli 
nnmeroiui wotkn at sit (uiaitiiri are honied round by > uuBidiaa: fe>^ 
V,-1 K.r The irnjTtnBaile contiiiin a Icadon sliWo of Emp. Francii I„ \.f 
Fc. Xav. Seeaersctiniiat (ITSSI. In the Ifi^eburg aaloo* an marble atatiiss 
of IB BDVcrei^n, fram Bndolph I. to CbacJes VI,, by Paul Strodl (UeUJ, 
and a leaden statue of Maria Theresa by Mesaerachmtdl (ca. nW): ia the 
„_.. ..__ „.__ _.^_.,. .. r, „,„ J ,,„ -B,ieall,er 

Q, The 


gaof^ibfl iV- --'-■ '- ■■■- 


I leth, and three eabinetl and lulherlinaeiDgiDf^lba llllicE...., 

SHlnil Boom, two lares piuluies bf Hochle raiartiBBe ot Fraucia IL lo 180S 
... hiE< third wife); in tha Clnia; Boom, a fine Inlaid tabic, asid lo dale 
rrom 16S8, old elHS, ''^"■i '" Uia Cid Eama, a copy of Diirrr'a Boly 
Trinity (p. 61); In tbe Jlrtating Room, wall-dBcocaHoci of the lltb eont.) 
•n the nroni Rotrn, Coronation of Francia II. Md Banguat in the Blimop 
,t Frankfort; in the CAipel, marble "alia, etc, from tbe RomaneailnBotiapel 
if at. Jdhn (Oapella Sjioelaaa) at Kioatemeuhui^ (p. TT), consecrated in 1:^3:!. 

loi-eiaUaii Saloon, the ■Coronation of Emp. Ferdinand I. (1S30), painted 

ly HSchlc, Coronation of Empress Carolioa [182G}, by BiiiAei; in the ffall, 

ntOTView of Leopold wiUi Sobieski, Emp. Max on the Hartlnawanil, and 

brce olber Dictares hy llfichle; in the •Lothrini/sriaal (Li>rrnlii<! Itoom), 

jioplmita or !» pTjncaa of thii familj ; ceiling and panelling of llie I8II1 

"it.j modem atatned ilaaa, ~ We now cmaa (ha bridge at tliF baoli uf 

1 Franiansbure, turn to the right tliae IhB UKo and folli'iv Iti Imnk 

*Sa«tthe I'Mri*»-JTo(i{'tourBameiit-g(Dunff) and flroflo,- Ibcn cruss the 

•'XIMhk BHilnt to the SaidUli ftiridcm, a ralio of the Vienna "vhlbHK 

■nri tils Oald-jhh Pond; llieote alone the chaoMl lo th» I — ■■- — 

rlienoo «e tclurn by tbc Pratir, an imitaHon of Iho old V 

-Jl ' 









1 r ^ "= 



1 ? 



f noma. BADEN. 2. SoaU. 81 


^^Kl>y boki), . 

^^^■fc wilk thraoeh Ihe ttrk hj IbenborB roule, Bllowing > , tar. for t 

^^KemburE, Miei2.Uih hrs. i buL ■ deUy >onietIrne< occurs « tbe cuatei 

^Hnrhe S. lUiiw&y from Modliiig to Baden paases (13 M.) Gun- 

^Hnun'B Bestannnt), famed, for iU wine. Sbort tannel. 

IS'/i U. Bodon. — HotaU. °HACiiEn'8HotEL(P]. 1;A, ai, ulBautadii' 
iiIcId(p.S3), nitheardon, R.3-10, K. 1, It. t-6, ptns. H-a K. i H^tbl Pnti 
idineenl; •lialJHiEE Sauk (F1, a-. E, 3j, Oenngaam, R. rrom 3, pcm. froa 
lOS.i CasTUi, tlciTEr.[F]. b;B, F,3), K. t-8, pen). fromiajT.; Ooldkhb) 
IUhbcu (PL e; E. 3), HauptpUli^ ; Ooi-DKBis tf>»K CPI- c i B, 8), Wellbaw 
suae I, a. VlriO, pFDi. from g ^. l St.pT Wish (PI. d; S, S], Hutnlpltla: 
ScuwAiiaa Booi (PI. f, D, 3), flL-iiirKBiH (PI. g. E, 3), WaBwmuiH 201 

ftJT.Niai,(P]. hiK-Sl "- '■ =— -'— . S 

Sir. IG, wiUi garden, pi 



11 K, 3), Ncustiie 10. - FgDiioni. Jur.iKSHor, fnoieni 

"~1 Kj Pnia, CoRTKLH, Josepii-Platj; Pe»«. 

- Hltali Oaniiai HjaaooBow; Hiii. Bbdbt- 

HAiatri, E, 3) in Ihe aiadlparli, wall flWad up, pern. 30^ t; KcnAsaTAtt 
GDRiaBijn(PI.«,SeblosBBa«ic,K.we<kl>trDniaO£., wns.UA'.iBiuiut'a 
BBLEUnAi. HTUiurAtuio, al Kiutaemtslu (p. EQ). — Kaitanruta in the 
liDlsls and at the Karkaui; Sauir/iaf, Wallbnrgiiaiau { Ittlclul, oppo'ilcIbB 
railnkr-alaltnu. — CaHi. Kurhauii Fatillo*, In Ihe Stadipark; Bchof/, 
WelJIiaregaiitai Caff J^a"(uii,Va.iiplt]t.U\ nHjtir, NauEams, with tacden i 
DaielMft in Ihe Dotelhof-Parlc (p.H2). 

Oabarnim Ibe Jlalioa to Ihe town, Dna-hDrje i K.-iK-fOh., two-bonw 
iK.«ik.-iK. By time; 1 or Iff.eOA. fot iho Aral i/= hr., *0-»*. each 
DddlUonal >/i hr. Al nighi W per oeni norfl. Drives In the environi, MS 
larllT. — Ki^aTuu TuaWAia: ]. Vtam the 8. itatioa (PJ. F, 3) by the 
NiuEafse (PI, E, 3) and Holenon-Slraijc to JIaoArMlfta (PI. A, i: 1'/, M., 
21A.1; In wlnUr to ihe Ptligasu anlj (PI. D, 9, 3> ISH.). — 9. From Ihe 
S. tfallDn ili Iba Fraaieus-ijtr. (PI. F, E, Si Rurhoni) and Alleenua In 
Oit JsiaSi-Plali (PI. S, 3i 13/1.1. — 8. From tbs Paiif/iati (Fl. D, 3, 3) vil 
Soos to >-di(a« Ip. 171; 3 H., SOA.) and lo RauhengtelD, ever/ 10 mln. in 
---■"- - - TraftKr-.ffa(« from the JoMphi- 

jn (BO*.); Id AUmtd (1 H.IB*.) 

i-lloket 7 K.), twico daUy from tba 

Vuitom- T.i, liter Ibe flrtt nts dayji lit el. ifl, Snd cl. 10 B. — 
Mdbic T*i, 6 or i A-. 

Post *SD Tklbubwh Op«ca {PI. B, 3). NeugajM 3S. 

Baden ((i95 ft.), a town with 15,600 Inhab., pleasuitly gituatcd 
on Ibe Schwtchat, la oelobrated for Its warm Bpriogs (Ta^-fl?" Fahr. ; 
chief Ingrodlent, ealphate of lime), which were known to the Ko- 
Kueats. The chief spring (Homenfueli* or Vripnmg; PI, 14) rises 
I'ltpiously in a cnvcin at the buse of the Calcarienberg, in the dolo- 
[iiito limestone, through which it is reached by a passage, 40 yds. 
long (fee 60J>.). The entrance is in the left cornec of the sbidy 
Sladl-Park (PI. D, E, 2), which floiitaiiiB the StSdliiBhei Badthaju 
(see above), the Kurhavi, a TrltMialU, the Arena, an opon-iir 
theatre, the (I'ndine Fountain (by Saasin), and a bronze bust of the 
poet Franz Oritlparsxr (d. ia72), eraolod in 1874. Band daily 
7.30 -8.30, 12-1 , and 8-8.30. Most ef the baths are Dtted up fur both 

n bathing in common ['VollbSdei'), costumes being provided tar 



t the puipOBO. The Hertngsb'id {V\. 8J holds liiU pareona ; 

I jn the Fcanzena-Str,, arc the Antanahad and Thcrtiimbad (PI. 13)'. 

I In thB Berg-Str., near the park, U a *SwimmmB BiUh (PI. 12} with 

ilheim&l water (75° Fahr.; b>th eOh.). «nd 1" >I>b pretty Dobtthaf 

1 fari (PI. 0, 3,"3J is a Sicimmfne Bath with rivet water. 

J A path aacendB the (1/4 hr.) CalvaTimbtrg (1070 ft,), with 

Reieral vjew>-pi>iuts (Aforitcru'ie, AnnoAohe, AaimuTx/hohc; PI. D,'2). 

The (Va ti-) TkeraimKarU |_l3(io tt.; PI. D, E, 1; Kestauraiit 

Ruilolt'ahor at the foot) is anoUiei fine pnint. 

The HGlenen-Tftl, a plctucoeiiue wooded valley, is tlm iavourite 
piamenade. It may he resohed from the S. atsCion vik the Nett' 
' gaasB and Heleuan-Strasge (tramway No, i, p. 81), or from the 
[ Kuihaui via the Berg-Strasss (PI. C, D, 2), with iU handsome 
\ 'viUu on the alope (0 the right, and the Karlsgaesti (PI. B, O, 1). 
raoue to the valley ia crossed by the aqueduct of tlia VieaiM 
t waterworks. Farther on, on the left bank of the Sckicechat, are Ihc 
I Tillages of St. Helena ajid RauheniU'm (Saoher'a Hotel, see p. 81), 
I commandsd by the well-preserved min of Bauhenatem (worthy of a 
L visit; goad path to it through the Alexandroniez grounds, asuent 
I Irom the Berg-Strasee Id Bsdiiii , '/s ^'■^' — Oppoiite St. Eeleiia, 
I on the right bank, at the foot of a hill orowoea with the ruin of 
W ^auhateck, stands the Wtilburg, a r.hiiteail of Archduke Frederick, 
I .lullt In ]823>25 by Arohduke Charles (d, 1647), with a fine Gothic 
lohapel. Abovo the Weil burg are pleasant grounds entending p 
frlha Villa ofArelidvkt Eugene up to the Hauswiese (*C»U') and'^ 
■ «niii of Seharfmeck. 

""■ e Uitelatcin (IVa U. from Baden), a rook which formeriy ^ 
r ed the valley, ia now penetrated by a tunnel. Patha oj 
ascend to thii top, which alTorda 8 good survey of the wooded vi 
(Bnall outs'). Farther distant are the Choltra-Kapetle and (4i/i ] 
from the electric tramway-terminus) the Old and Neui Krainer-Biitti 
(omnibas, sea p. 81), and a little higher up is the AuguillTier-mtU 
(all tout with good lestacraDta). 

The main mad coatinues la a,icend the valley or (He Scbwcchot yll 
and (8 M.l Mayrrliig. the hunling-lodge in wUoh Iho C[0' 


a Euflol] 

rouKlit ii 


at Co. 

■fu), lo (11/ 

>. Sl|, whence a r 


i» abbe; 

, afSMtgi 

.trjai (p. 119). Anolber 

IMd diyeteiHB '/. 


.t\n laanel 

uniUB the K^leneu-Tal 

with !•/. hr.) Bifi 


(11/. Hi 

■,) Onaien 

(10 tba Brubl, Ke p. BO); While a thirf i 



aval to HUliBtaln: 

Tba llierne Tdi C^i^' 

ir i.WW.i/.l.- asas «,). the hiBkfl bin Id 


nded (^om 

riiDottae-lodee in 



■M ly, 

hr, Ihonee 

. by e tatb, indifaled b» 

red ni blue .na. 

Ihe (1>,. 

, hr.) , 

- Marked palh. , 

Moa On 


.) trom the 

JCi-atntr-milli {>e« above; 

1 and rroiD JfcrKoi. 






.. From Yierm* to Linz 83 

IJademdarf. Vopder-Hidobsch. Hauerbaah. TulblDjer 
Kngol. FromSt. PdJlenloTunn; lo MflrJaieil, SI, — Fnirn 
Pclcblani to WildbnrcD, From AiuiKtlen to KlaiD-B«ir- 
line, ?B. — Mt. Plorian, 88. - From Urfahp to Aisen- 
SaMttl. Froni Lini to KlBui-Stejrllng. Bad Id ill, SB. 

. The Danube from Paseaa to Vieiiaa 

MIlUUarlLca, SB, — Eieuzen, H. — Janerling. Fcom Kienid 
to Abiiait, 92. 

I. From Llnz to Salzburg. Attorsee and Moildsee . . . 
From WeJ< to Simbachi to Ascbathj to Orunau. From 
Umbicli Id QmoDdcD. From AtlnoDg (0 Subirllog, VI. — 
A(lfr.-ee and Hondtee. TbudIibt^. MatbCB, OB. — Eovlrans 
ofSalisburE: OiUaberc. SebJosg Aigrn, 81. Jakob, Holl- 
bruuD. IcOfoldikron, Uvia Plain. Clotershere, 101-llU. 

i. FtomSallbuigWIacbl. Abor-Ssa. Schafberg . . . 
Froin St allien la Saliburg:, 1(8. 

', From Attnang to Isebl and Ausbbb •!* Gmunilen . . 105 
EnvlromofOiniinaen.KXI.— I.ap6liath Ukei, 107,— Tscbl 
Salt Mine. lOS. — Alt-Auisee. <lriiiidl-S<!e, 110. 

I. fiaia Ifchl Co Hallstatt, and to Abteuau and Qolllog via 

Goaau 1 

Hudolfiturm. Waldbach.Slrab, 111. — Ooaau LkHu. 
KwJcKl-Alp. til. 

'. From Salzburg to Berchtefeaden. Koiilgs-SeB. From 
Berubtesgaden to Saalfeldaa 1 

I. From Salzburg to liinsbcuvk via Zell am 8eo .... 1 
DUrnberg- Scbwanboch Fall. SalsBob-Oerun, 117. — 
UeohtaiutclD-KJaiDiii, 118. — Hoeb-OrDndeDk. Kililoali- 
Kianuo. Bancb.liB. — Funber-Tal. ZsJKrBee. Schtaltten- 
hUbc. Kanrua Valla]', IS). — From SaalfuldeD Id l.uDir, 
191.— Frors St. Joliann to I.ofer viaWaidiiDe. KliibUhler 
Horn. Hubi Salie, Vi2. 

. The OnBtein Yallay 1' 

Oamakatkofe!, 1'23. — BOcktlein. Nataft"' 
'I'auern. I'oehbard'BchArte, 136. 

:. From ZhII ^m Sec to Krlmml.. Upper Pinzguu 
Krlniml WalerMli. Ptum KiliatDl lo Oerlos ovi 
FlatlB, (o KauiD uvnr tU« Krimmler Tauern, l!ffi. 

3. From Vienna to Linz. 

«ja_lMlihabE)_in^3"/^-Bi/i_br9, (lares 16 A" 90, n A' BO, 


VUnna. tee p. 1. Soon after starting ne obaervo SchonbTunn 
R9j on Ihe left. 2 M. Ptnitng (p. 69), appoBit« it Hittil/tg. Neat 
I.] Buumgarltn to tbe left rises the iccbi-eplscopil oltateiu of 


ST. p5lten. jhHHI^^ 

I Obtr-St-Vtil. 3»/4 M, «««««(«■/■- ffoefcinp (HfitBl KtBtschmer, ai 

I the BUtion, with nuueToua villas (through the Holler- Tai to the 

Sophien-Alpt, see p. 78). On the left, MariabTunn, with its pil- 

Eri mage-church and i, montislery, now a (orBsters' EChoo]. 6I/4 M. 

Hadcndcrf- Weidlingcai , wttti a chUeau and pirk. 

A lUtls to tlie H.E. liEi Hulsndgif, presontcd b; HiriK Thetctk 
bi Uurslial lAUdgn [d. 1790), wbo la JntorMd in the park (Une ssrcn- 
plflgu! Iiy P. Zannur). ThenoE Ihmugli the pleuant Kiuorbach-Til lo 
[3 U.J Vsidflr-HiiinliaDh CCof^-ltttlaiiraai Lvlauri, from which a road lo 
the right loada Ihrongh a. nunow woodad valley lo {1 M,} niBttr-IIainiacl- 
(aacBul of tbfl SBuMfi-Alpt, •/, hr., lee p. 78). Above Vordar-HainbBcU 
is [>/< br.l (.nother lateral valle; ennUIoiDg IHa chaimine hamlet or »«»- 
4no* ftee p. T8). In tha miln valloi, Vk M. farther on, l> the old Cr-' 

the Bavarian (twn inns in Ibe TillBiel- A good path ihtnca aacandji iho 
(I'/t hr.l •TolbiDBer KofCl (lB3t a), a Bne poinl of view, with a bolvo- 
dere-tnwBT and an Inni descent to Tollti [p. 93) on the Frani-Ioser-Bahn. 

7Vj M. ParkeredoTf (766 ft.; luna), with numecoua YtllaB. 

Tu (he V.W. rises the (3 hri.) Tropfbirg [1172 ft.}, a itoiirt polnl or 
view. — A abaif path leads to the N. oyer the EUhUra {1380 ft.) to 
hr.) VoTdtr-BaMiarh (sae above). — Tbo a^dcXfthUhi (lfi52 B.J, 1 hr. 

adiSffilKarti, (lil5 ft.) lo dVt hr.) Purkamdiirf. 

The line tarns to the Itft and. runs tlirough Che Wolfigraiin 
lond the Pfitltau towards the heights of the Wiener Wald, passing 
Jtha Bmall statioiiB of KelUneitst and L'nfer- Tullnrrbath. To tlie 
S.W. of (IS'/a «■) I^«ni:r6(«ft-Pr(si6(m,n (1040 ft.) sre the sourcos 
«C the WIen. Woodland scenery as far as (l&y^ M.) Rcfcaicjniil 
(1185 ft,; •Rail. Rastauranl gc Hotel), a aummer-resort. The Wit- 
nertcaid- Woffe on the Joc/ij/fofrmitrsr (2118 ft.J, I'/g hr. to the S,, 
ooDlDiaiiils ■ wide view. Two long tunnels ; then across a viailuul, 
82 ft. high, to(19 M.)Eicftpraim. — 231/s M. Neultnglaek (800 ft.), 
in the pretty viUej o( the Tul'nboe'i, with a chntean of Princa 
Liechtenstein ahove It. IThe BuctAtrg (1D?3 ft.), 1 hr. to thi' N., 
commands a heaotifal view. 

37 M. KircMetttn; 30 U. BoKthniWehen , on the PeraekUng- 
I bach. Beyond (34 M.) Polten&runn the line eioBses the TrtAitm. 
I 38 M. Bt. FiUtsn (876 ft. ; 'Rail. RatauTant; 'H61. Pittner, Kaatrin 
I Kon Oeilerrtich, Bahnliofs-Hutel, all near the station i Lowe), an 
* episcopal see, with 14,500 Inbabitanta. The Cathedral, founded in 
1030, rebaUt in the baroque style early tn the 18th cent., ooutaJui 
good stained glasi In the S. aisle. 

EXCDBSIOHS. To Iba S. to BMbu Ockmburt, at (he end of (be Slafii- 
fild, with fine view [!>/■ hr.) i to the obileau of FfeAoftn p/t hr,), GbMhih 
l'/« lirO. and Friiia., (I'l, hr.), wilb gardens and art-collccllon.. 

FaOH St. POlmm to TmLM, Ta'l, S., bmncb-lloa l?/, hn.). We 
desoead the valley of tbo TVaficn (u (12<^ H.) Ha-iojcnbiir^, a llaeold abbey, 
with collDotioni and a gnod tihrary, where the tine forks - lo Iba W. in 
0«iaeiig (p. B'i) and C^i/i H.) Krmu (p. 92), to Ibe K. to Tralimaatr Id. 93) 
and (281/, M J miM (p. 'b3). 

Fboh St. FOlhm to HinMisci.. Si U., railway 
/ltd, Uch^htm. and 81. B^d lo I3B1I.) SrrnhtJ In 3 
In iiAhfB.i comp. p. 179). 


vhich is well stocked « 
astlaotHoheaegg. 48'/jM. 
i. is the handsomo cMteau 
d the chl- 

Sl. Pollen to Lumrtdorf |p. 174), 46i/,a,, i 
I Easlera Alps, 

43 M. Printersdni'/', on Iho, 
di'b. On k liUl to Che right is Che ruined ( 
Laofdnrf, with ne men t- works. To Che ! 
of SchilUibuTg; to the N., the mined caatls of Ost< 
teanx or Silunt'idl and AiirwAIi&er?. Beyond s tnniiel we reach 
(63 M.) Melk (750 ft. ; p. 91), with its imposing moiinslety, the 
Uneat point on the line. The traiD crosses the Af<U, and Chea skirts 
the Darmli. On the opposito bank Is the oh&teau of WtUentgg 
(p. 91). On the hill farther on, Sehlaii Arliteitin, property of Areh- 
dtike OharlBs Lewis. — Q8 M. PSuhlun (705 ft. ; p. 91). 

~iriclbiira, PHf^iioll, with achaieeu DfOonnl Scbsllgotacl 
""■" '■'——'•■ idl.r: flm), pretllly lilo--' - ' " 

BchaibV* iSflt ft. 

of the Jeii 

liailed M 

2IK.IIUi>uiE(U10fL.| 'imiHpl: Ifchairi, ■ pleuantly nltnaled lllUe 
lir>wii, nllli tbD Tulns or a Carlhualan uoavenl. Ad aUmetivB aMnrsian 
may be mirlc benoa lUroUBh >he romantic •Eriauftal to the (Qi/i bra.) 

s'riractlveCdtlleeocetaLackenlionnsanimer dally inSi/ibrs.), ^e toWan 
Itii.' Lnni roaa (sea bBlaw) to the (1 hr.) fark of lb« road berate tbe Oriib' 
Uro ptTOn-i JaieMberger Inn), and than the road fo (bo left to the 
CJiAbra.) £ac»(iiAi/[3eifn.i Scbratlmiiller); Ibeace by a marked paOi to 
Ibe BmCalUl (iaiO fl.} in 1 hr. and to the OeUchrr Im (4660 ft.) in i/f hr. 
more t laatty across the Krt^'bodm la the (IV< br.) pyramid on the top of 

noret laatty acr 
the •flataokar (6 

to M. Lnu (leSO fl.| GnUimayr, Lt 
luited cm the Tbbi, and piquant br a 
.e ('J03) ft.) liei iVi; «■ <0 tbe : 


habtr), > 

r n„f, 
longed il 
- i5i/i I 

-), prelUl, 
B (1716 fl. i 

!i to tbe 'Sltltaiar/i-Tal: Ibroagb 11 

„ ^ . . ,- , linnllng- ^, 

m X. auadl (brancb lo VtliiiU, i'/iH.), — 7aVtM. (CnWAD/.B (leebclowl. 

Beyond Puchlarn we nroas the Etlauf. On the right, jfar&nchj 
ahovo it, the pllgrimsge-churcb of Maria-Taferl (p. 01). 61 '/j M. 
KrurtunrniMbawm; in the disUnoe on the left bank of the Danube 
He Ftrttnhmg (p. 91) and ni> (p. 9J). — »oar ((iC M.) A'nnnicl- 
t-rH-A-rMi (745 ft.) we qnlt the Danube and enter the valley of 
the YLhi. — ni/i a. Amstetten CHofmann's Dahnliof-H5ta ^ 
Reitauranti 'Sehmidl; Ooldna Lamm). 

F.UM AHEttnax Tu KunB-EaivLuia, Jfl'/, >1., railway In 17,-21^ bra, 
SlaUona ; Vtmtr/itd, mim-K^mattn, Stniitagitrn/ [where Ibo Vbbi is crgBaed), 
■ori (IB «.] Waldhofan (lieSfl.; VMUl Infar: Pfivg: •£*»», etc.), a «nm. 
■ner-renort in a pleasant valley (to FSMurH, Moabovel. Tbe lioebure Pntpr. 
Uic Buitrper Tat, wblcb ucendt (owards tbe 8. At CWIi H 
^^IL] It croiaei the waterebed hetween the Tbbs and Enns, 

id (SO M.) Weter, a long nillagn in V narrew valley, 

UHf (Ma p. 182 and Bafdettr't Kailern Alpi\. 
We quit tbe Tstley of the TbbB. 89 M. 51. Peter (I'/aU. to 
f. tbe Urge Benedictine abbey of SeilenileUen). 94 M. Haag 
f left, Scftiosi SalnbtTsy, 102 M. St, Valentin (S80 ft.; Knfi- 









-■ '-y 



LINZ. 3. Roule. 87 

I the Muesiim-Str., is tte hDndeame 'Xntenm 
ueltco-Carolinnin [PI. 1 1 ; E, 3), in tbe kte-RenaisBanr:!! style, 

ted iu 1892 Trom designs by ISmna Stianitx. Atoaiid tlie second 
nnor, in front and on the E. and W, rides, rnua & 'Frieia (360 ft. 
k>ii£, 8 fL high) In wbite sandstone, designed by Frof. sur Straaai 
'It' Leipaic (d. J89T), representing the progress ot caltnreln Upper 
.\ii.qtrla from, the eailiest times down to ite occupation by the 
llonse of Hapsbiirg. in summer on week-days 9-13 and 
2-5, 40a.; Snii. and bolidays 9-12, IQh.; In winter cloaad on 
Moil. aTid Thors., other days 10-12 ami 2-4. 

Ill Floor. PrebinlDric und Romso uilliiuUieii found In Upper Anitrla; 
Inrge cullectlnu of grciipoiiBi nrt-lnduslrinl objeclBi collsrlian of muglcsl 
InslramEuU, ineludinK i piano preiwDled by ErnrrI Friroi lo Beelliiiveii 
, ..^ .... • ■ - ihfc fucoltBfei Hall wllh eocloMastlcaHculplnrM 


"n Cbo'" 

g by ObonnailBer (Celtlo burlnl-gronnd nl UnllBtntl 

EDllery. — Cnmad Floor. Coiai? leaK, natnnl blitory ipeclmenil — Sml: 

line-rooni, with iDlereatiDC tDrnltnre. Object) <n iron, tombiCoaei, itc. — 
TUc bDlliliog la rorrounaeil by a eacdeni tho gnte, brontht from tha 
I^nAliBui, ii u Bpeclmen of highly flnlibed Iron-woik (end of lbs ITlh sebI.), 

In Ibe PnOMKNiUE (PI. D, 3], with its flue avenue of plane 
trees, to (be right, ire a taoaament lo Adalbert Sllflcrf tbe poet 
(1806-68), by Baihausky (PI. 15). and the tondAnui i.Pl. 3), or 
Houfc of the Eslatei, bailt in 1&63, with a court surrounded hy 
at«adea. The heatitiful mirble portal and the Uill of the Estates 
date from th» originul bnilding. Beside the portal Is a marble host 
of KmpresB Eliiabeth (d. 189rt). Opposite is tbe Tlieaire (PI. IB). 

From tbe Promenade the Herren-9tr. and then (to tbe Tight) 
(he Baumbiwh-Str. lead to the 'Karien-Dom (PI. D, 4), lomcienced 
ill 1862 from tho designs of V. StaU of Cologne (d. 1898) in the 
cnrly-Gothla style, with a tower 426 ft. in height. The richly de- 
corated choir is cumpletod and used for seTiice. 

A good road ascends hence in windings, over the Bauemberg, 
to the (I'/a M.) FrelnhexK (Pi. A, 6). Tba maaaiTe tower erected 
on the top by Archduke Haximillan of Kste (d. 1861), the con- 
structor of the forliflcalions of Lini (whicli have since been dis- 
mantled), with a small church added later, now belongs to the 
Jesuits. A good level road leads hence towards the N. to the 1 10 min.) 
•Jigarmajer (PI. A, 4; fieslauTanf,- cab from Lini 3 AT.), wilh 
pleasant grounds and several tine poiou of view. A beautiful 
pBiioraina is obtained from the Traoz-JosefE-'VaTta (PI. A, 3), 
a ton-er 6S ft. high , on the N. margin of tha plateau (adm. lOA.).- 
at our feetlie the Danube, the town, and Us environs; to the S. 
stretches the ohatn of the Alps of Salrturg and Styris. Adjoining 
the tower U the inn ZurSehoiunAuuiehL. The Jagermsyer is about 
iK. due W. from the bridge over tbe Dsnnbe. Tha direct route to 
^^KbytlioScfaweizcrhauE-Oasseind theR6n)er-Btr.; ilispleassnter, 


thongh 20 min. longer, to follow the road on the bank adhe rlH 
far as the CalvarUntitrg, and to asceud thenra direct through theiM 

ThB viaw from the •PSBtiingbarg (1702 ft.; aloiittic Irann 
Bee p. 86), on the left batik, 1 hr. to the N.W, ot llrfshr, is « 
more extensive, »nd particnlatly flaa hy evanlng-light. The mftun- 
taiii-]ine (pretty views} ascends p«st the chateau of Hagtn (now 
a hrewery); to the right is the Pelrinum, a aeminar)' for boys. 
From tlia terminal station (1700 ft.) wa ascend a few yards to the 
pilgrimsge'Chnrch and tlie HnteUResCiturant. Berghnhn on the top 
[near It it IheEeBtiinrant Jaglbauot). Good panorama hy Edlba.nber. 

Prum lllll PSstlinsberg a peth iirorldcJ wflh waif-m»rlu lads in 
... i_ . ..._ .«.-._. J, jijj lioiiaiiffg (3039 fl.), a balvedere com- 

nolher idminble point of viow (onn-liotia earr. 
tii niDV enHlr be comlitned with the PSalllnebi 
Wl/urlmr (p. SO), 4V, II 


the blgh-ro:iil or Uy a mute tbroigb tba KiirnliFFgeF Fural. 

Fruh UsriHi (Uiu) TO AisiH-SuHtiLoj^ SU H., railway (Itahltrtfthahit) 
In 31/. hra. Tba train asoenda Ibe left bunk uf the Dinnbe to (S<^ 11.1 
Ollmilulm (p. SOl, tflma N.W. (o (907t ».) Ifiuflldni In tbe valley at thf 
Orauc MBht. and then fOllowi that itreLm. SS>/i U- Pai-mlHn Inbave, lo 
tho rlgbl. Ihrj ruined chKteao of PBnutein). — 36 H. Aigsn (iaa9 fl.t AltHrri- 
iavrr] la a prElty vlllago, rorluned by flnel; waodnd blllii. To Ibe S. lies 
C*/« H.) the wealthr old PrcnuinMriitcnsIan abbey uf BMOffl, with an in- 
tenwtlng Qolhio ehorcb and a conniderabje Ubrary. 

Fnon Lisa to Ki:*Da-Biat«Lmo, 41M., oarrow-gauEe railway (Krtmt- 
latb^B) in S'1% bra. At (T'/i XO IVaaa ttae line croisea the Tniun (p. DO), 
Uid at (to H.) AalHa^dsr/ ontsn the amlling A'KnuAil. U X. JnuitbarA 
iwltbSclltui )rilH»t«v on a bill (ollierlebl)! 3011. Uaitr-Roirr (to Ssrt 
Batl. leebelow). — BSi/iU. Eren«nUDatei(l(»Bft. I 'KmiirXas; aoim/i\ 
aprellilTBltBBtcd UHla town (lODO lobab.). with a eelebnled Beaedletine 
lonnded in T7T by Tanlla, Dnko ot Bavaria. The present palalLiI 

lerv, and a cabinet at aDllqnes witb several i-nrc curiiuJtiGS (chalice 

Taaallo, of 777). In the lower flooni of the lolly observatory, 

Ml U idniirBbly fltted up, ta nu extensive natunJ biatory colIeDliofi. 

lI [38i/i H.) Btrndi llie line enters the valley of the Sii^r and THeb« 

, _.. enoinns at (Jl «.) irioui-fl/tfrHiio li63B n.; Bahobof Hotel). Thence 

t tn Sailer and Wlnatich-BarHtn (p. IS^, see DacdtHT'i Bailtni ^I]K. 

jtadoo , , 

Bad Hall (1130 rt.| ifofiHAe/,- •ErtMrti 

■ ■ ■ e win springs impregnated w 

a thealra and fine park. — 

The Banitlie from Pasaau to Vienna. 

T to Li«c Ivice daily In about S'ltbra. (uPHtrearo ^a 
or 3 K. lOh. I from l.lni to FIiKna once daily in S (u 
I fur the descent B S. 10 or & Jf. 20, for the ascent i K. 70 i 
istrlao euelom-bouie eiamlnatlon at the landing-place 
. eneers by the Drsl moraine aleamer may embark the nig 
ileep on board (berth 1 K. BUS., cabin lajc,). — Raiiwir, • 
etream tba etsamer la far preferable, ta tba railway tm^Ai 

11 via 

^^^^^^- AscnACH. 4.B0UU. by 

The ggeneT? of Lha Dmnube is gTuilei bnl leu Imillne thin Oitt of the 
Rhine, while the llaenl jKilnts am oRpn ralliirr <ai Bpnrt, Ths maustiliii 
srfl higher, and (he buika uo eencr&ll; fringed n-lth fnteil, or clothed with 
]u:furj«iit pfJtnro; hat the popuJAtinD iB poor and Bpuie, and there 1j ui 
slinixt tDMI abaence of the bna; trarfic wblch charBcleriiei the lialer-river. 

The uues of the (lEUiibDiit-itationi are printed In bnid tifje. 

Paitau, Fee Bo(d<tsr'« Southern Germany. — A besatifol letra- 
epeftl or llie town snd Environs ie eigoyeil Immediately after atarHng. 
Bolow Faesau the liglit bank belong) to Austria, and tlio left bank 
as fat KS Engcllisrts^itll ta itaiaria. 

L. Erlau. — K. Schlou Krcinptlitein, on an abrupt clifT. 

I,. ObBTniBil 01 HafncneUiSiGi ft.; Post), witb large quarrtos of 1 
grapliite and an old chiiteau iidk occupied by thi! diattict aiitliurltiet. 

It. Vicehtenitein; on tbeliiil an ol^l chateau, the properly of Count I 
Fiicfau. Farther on, the Jothttaltin Jots far into the river on the 
left, the BQRicat boundary betneen Bavaria and Austria, The present 
boundary U a wooded ravine on the left hatik, a little lower down. 

K. EnKelhartwell (PostJ, prettily situated. Near it is Engtli- ] 
uU, once X Uisterclan monastery, now ovrned by Count FachCi. 

L. Banarledi, *n ancient manntain-caEtli^, atlU inhabited; at th 
foot of thi: hill 13 Ihe vilUgG of HiederrAnu^ 

R. Weiennfsr, with a large wine-naUac hewn in the rooh, for 
nicrly owned by the oathedral-cbaptat of PDasau. 

L, Maribaeh, with the ancient tower of a medieval custlc. 

It. Waldkirclien, a rnin an a pinD-clad rock. 

L. IIayt7^iac\ or the Kerichlaumtr Schlou, ilestroycd by Eiiip 
Maximilian I., ia seen a second time after a beud in the river. 

The ehannel of the river new eontracts to nearly half its former ] 
width, andiseonflned between precipitoue wooded LilU, 600-1000 fl, 1 
in height. This is one of the grandest parts of the riiur. 

L. ObetmQhl, a plouiant village, the KUint MKhtbach dcsceiida 
fiom a wooded ravine into the Danube. 

I.. Kenbaaa, a handsome i-liAtcau on a lofty wooded height, Uie 
property of Htrr Ton Plank. The Danube suddenly emerges on a 
broad plain shortly before we rearh — 

R. Aacbaoli {Adlrr; Niklai), a small (own extending pictur'- 1 
csqiielir along the buik, with a chateau and park of Count Hanach. 1 
The FiJBtlinebtiTg (p. 88) comes into view ; in clear weather the ' 
Styrian and Austrian Alpa form the background towards the S. The 
view ii soon eoneealed by the namerona islands, overgrown with 
underwood, between which tlie river (lows. 

Aiialria. 1» 18:* Aacbacli was the headanartats oftho r '-- 

•a well u It Neiihaug, they had barricaded tfa* Danni 

prevGiil Ilia Hiivariana fcuni aulalEag GnonI Herhentein, II 

KDTQrnor, who wai ahol up at Liu. — fitnva; Id JFil,, >ee 

Ahonl K/i M. 10 Ihe E., an the len bank of the Danube, 

^TDurite chalTbeate halbi uf kuhllaeken l-KtB-hiikl, BoBlIab Ian 



90 Roulet. .GREIH. Tht Danube 

Perched on the hills to rhe ri|li( are the rained eutli!! ot'B 
and SrJtavmburg. 

L. Landihag, nilli a liunting lodge bf Count Barraclw 

R. Sranditadt is Hie «Ution for (i'/i M.) Efirdinff (nil.4 
see p, 91). To the left, In the distance, rises the Postlingheri 

L. OHenjfceim, bnrned In 1899 frail, stat., see p. f"" " 
dfHr. »on Weissenegg. 

R.HnilieTin;, s Oisterciiii shbey [1 146), viiib a pleasDnt gaf9 
The uhurcli and conventnal buildin^B date from the J8(h cenfury. 

L, Srhtoai Biiehenau. Then the Poitlinybfrg, with its nhtirili 
To the tight, tlie CalvaTienberj/, with the Jagermaytr tiaing »bov.! i[. 
The steamer paisea iiniler the bridge and reaches — 

It. Liiu(seep.86). 

BelovLiux the tight banli of the river is Hat. Flue retrospect of 
ths town and environs. The steamer passes nnder the Linx lud 
findwela railnay-bridge [p. 254). 

R. Zitclau, at the inflnx of the Traun. Opposite to it — 

L. Sltyregg, partl;^ cDDcenled bj a nooded island. Altove it rises 
SehUas Stcyrepg, the seat of ConntWeissenwoif. Thesteamer threads 
Its way among nunierons islands, 

L. llaiitliaiuen (Foil), a email town, is the station for Enni 
(p. 86), ai/a M. from tlie riter. lUilniy to Grain, see helow, Schloss 
Pragaitin projects far into the strenm. On the right the green £nn« 
flows into the Danutte, and retains its colour for a long distaiu'e. 
Bela<k the villas the steamboat passes under the bridge of the rail- 
way from St. Valentin to Budweis (p. 254). 

R. Walliee (90& ft.), nvillige on a hiU, amidst fruit-tree;, .iikI 
the handsome Schlois WalUte, with its lofty tower eommandiiig i 
line view, the property of Archduke Francis SiWitor. 

h. On an eminence, a little inland, Seliloit Clam, I4ear — 

It. AtdaggcT lliB Danube suddenly tarns to thaN. On the Kolt- 
mUcberg (laSSft.), high above, is the pilgrimage-church oSSLOui- 
lia. The channel contracts, and is Danked by lofty , wooded hills, 

L, GreinfTlQft.; Goldtnt» Kreui; (loHtne Enle), a pretty litHc 
town, is commanded by the Oreinburg , a castle of the Duke of 
Cohurg. Railway via (19 M.)MButb»wien [see above) to fJa'/j M.) 
Bt. Vatmtirt, see p. 85. 

On a hill S H. lo IbeV.W. (omnlbua BOA., cur. a A'.) lies the Hydro- 
pathic otSnuoD (IBTO R,; pens, (roia gS, bubs 13 K. r/ce\ilj; clnsaA in 
winter), Dnelj situated, with pleaainl Brounds. 

fiidges of rock projecting far into the stream here form the 
'GrelneT SekiraW ^'surging water'). The stream is divided by the 
large island of Worlli, on IhoN. side of which the main arm descends 
in rapidj called the 'Strudel ('whiripool', 'eddy'), 500 yds. long, 
and 10-15 yds. in width. The sieamec stoerj along the bank of the 
Worth, at the N. end of which are the ruins of a castle and a stone . 
cross. Opposite, on the left bank, is the Tillage of Strudtn, vlO^^A 
min of Werf^TuUIn on an abrupt lock. A tittle lower Uie ^j^^H 



- 7f--i!^'T^ 


\S' n. .W /b 


B Pauau le Vienna. MEI.K. J. Route. 91 J 

«lein, H lofty rook, crowned with a ruined tswer, forms i 

Btucle to the Btresm, csaeiiig the once (iaiiKeroua WMtl ['whirl- ' 

poot'J. now an ordinary rapid, At tlie end of tie deSlelies — 

L. St. ITlcola, with fine nxiky af.Bnary, a resort of ariists. 

L. SarmiDKBteiu, with an old watch-tower. 

R. Fceyenatein, with a ruined ca.itlo. — L, iBpardorf, wliero I 
the hjiTbai-h, the boundary between Upper 
taili into the Uannbe. 

K.Dnnaudorf, withaBniall ehateaii. 0(ipo5ite, on a molt project- 
ing into the river, risea — 

1'. PeriBDbeiiK, a chgtein of Archdulie Otto. 

U. Tbbs (Lamm; Stodt Wien), the RomaD Font lililig. 
o! rhe two large buildings is a lunatic asyluin, the other a poor-house, 
connected with that of Vienna. — Tbe river fonus a l&ige bend. 
To the right is the niomh of the Jbbt fp. 86). To the S. a distant 
view is obtained of the Austrian Alps, with the Oetsohei. / 
darling, on the right, the railway approaches the river (p. 8&J. 

K, S&nwBBteili, on a rocliy promontory. 

L. Marbooh (Oehi; Adler), a market-town. Ou Uis hill abova I 
it (UoOtt,; 1 hr.) rises tbe pilgriroage-chnrch ot Maria -TafeH% 
(Inn), commanding a line view of the valley of the Danube, a great' I 
part of Lower Austria, and the Slyrian and Austrian Alps. Opposit^ 1 
Marbach is the raii. slat. Krummnuasbutim (p. 80). A little farthel fl 
on the ErlaufUlU into the Danube. 

U. PBaMftm (rail, Stat. ; Ooldtna Sehilf)^ tbe traditiona) teei- 
dence of Itildi^er of Beohlaren, one of the heroes of the Nibeluugen- 
Licd, who accorded a brilliant reception to Chriemhild on her Jour- 
ney to the land of the Huns. On the opposite binlc ia ^^ein-Ptfnili- 
(urn and above it is ScUou ArUleKen (p. 86). Farther down, the , 
church of Ebendnrf on the left. The valley now eipanda. Near — 

L. Weitan^n are tho plotureeqne ruins of an old castle, said to I 
have been erected by Riidiger of Beehlaren. Below it is the little I 
rbatesD of Lubercck. \ 

R. Helk, orMolt(rail.8tat.; Meiltf/io/; Ocfi, i RailMiay Holetj, 
is a small town at tho base of the rock on which stands a celebrated 
Benedictine Abbey, 186 ft. above the river, founded in 1080, re- 
erected In ITOl-38, rosemblinE a lai^e p^ace rather than ■ mon- 
astery. The churcli, sumptuously fitted up with gilding and red i 





Bstery. The churcli, sumptuously Otled up with gilding and red ^^h 
marble, contains* famoDi organ. The library [30,000 vols., valuable' ^^| 
incunabula, and MS S.) in iu handsome Kaloon, and the ptctui'e- ^^M 
gallery, deserve a visit. The private chapel of the abbot contain! ^^M 

I. ^Mttker fiVcus', 2 ft, high, adnjirably eiecuted In embossed ^^M 
i, dating from 13C3; the back is adorned with pearls and pre« ^^U 
nt stones; the foot is ofsiWer. Melk and Maiitern, which lies ^H 
(her down, are also mentioned in the Nibelungen-Lied. — The ^^| 
Alng-pUee of tbe large iteamers Is 1 M. from the railway-station ^^U 
85). — (',able-rerry to Ihe left bank (21 h. there and b^ck). ^H 

Below Melk the Danube enters the WncAau, a seqaestered dcSle, 
' many miles in lengtb< noted for iu BRoneiy and its legends. 

L. Emmeiidorl, opposite the iuflni o( the Pislach (p. 85). — 
B. SchonbicM, tvitb a chHlesii of Count ijeroldingen and a Seirite 

L. A^jfibMb. Opposite, an a lofty rock, is the picturesque ruin 
ul Aggilein, once a dreaded robbers' castle. Kelow — 

L. SeheaUaAaeh the Tttifelsmauer (^devil's waU), a rocly ridge, 
t Bitends firom the river to tlie summit of the hill above. 
I L. Spiti (RSmle). a market-town with an ancteitt church and a 

ruined castle, is built around a vlne-olad hill. 

TbB -JasBrlinc <3L4G n.), uc>ada4 rrom BdHi bi s good bcidlE-palli 
In V/t lin., commsadi a 11ns view of tlis UanubE and tba Auatrian idA 

R. Amidoif. — L. 8t. Michael. On the roof of the old church 
are placed seveu hare; made of clay, a quaint memorial of a snow- 
flrift which once so completely TOvered the chnrch that the hares 

PleMint oieurriun by (IVj br.) Wilwiti-I to P/i br.) the cUSIeau ot 
r/milelH (Bydrnpatblc), llnslT ittaited abova the Tm/dtkirdit ravine, 
may Ihen ^o tliTaU|;b lbs Srtnalat and raBt Uis rnlo oF Bohriulem 
I 111 lilirs.J OhrrmiiiHmi Clnn), whsnca a rond Uods Ibnngli Llie gurgi^s 
of tbe Knsma to (8 H.) Senflimbers, with s mined oatlla, >Dd (IVi M.I 
' ■■ -« (.ee belowj. 

R. BosaatE, a mnrket-town and chateau. Opposite, on * rocky 
I eminence, rise the ruins of the castle of — 

L. "UfirfCTijIdn (680 ft.> In 1 102-94, according to the tradition. 
I Duke Leopold VI. kept Richard OiEur-de-Lion a prisoner here foi 
15 months, and here the failliful Bloiidol i* said to hava discovered 
1 his lost master. I'he village looks picturesque from the river; tlie 
I modern Suhloss of Prince Starhemberg, the old abbey, and the 
I church are the chief buildinga, A Warriors' Monument, by Schach' 
er and lliunigarCner, was rieoted here in 190Q. 

It, Matilcm, the Roman Mulinvm Faolanii. An iron bridgo, 
iBtIng on six piers, connects Mautem vith — 
L. Stoinr/nnJ, a town of i300 inhab., with three chucches. Near 
the brid^ are the ruins of ■ caslle destroyed by Mattheir Corvinus 
In 1436, and on the Frattcnba/g the tematiiB of analher stronghold. 
The old town of Kroma (Hirsch; H6t. Jtahnhof; pop. 12,7001 is 
separated from Stein by the suppressed Capuchin monastery ot Vnd. 
The JMuniBipot Muetltm U interesting (open on 8nn.). 

Fbom Kbihs to AnsnoBF, 20 M., railway in 1 br. — Bi/.K. Hudendor/ 
DuncliOD fur fliimiiiicijftfrtii'ii, 11. 361). B'/i«. Fn^"", V» ""■■ to Iba W. of 
which ii -SaSlDi. Ora/inigf, llie rmperlj of llie Duke of Kalibor, wllh a 
line park and inloreallng atablM. 30 M. AHaerf (p. 365]. 
Frum Emmi to Bt. paitn, nee p. St. 

Itelow Krems the Una to St. FSIIon (p. 84) crosses the Danube. 
We now near tbe fimotis Benedictine abbey of OSllveig, roui)^^— 
tn 10T2, on a hill 866 ft. high, 3 M. from the Danube. The pQ^^I 


4. Boutc. • 

exteiiBlvB buUdliigi wore urectad in 1719. Tho pgrtal of the church I 
and the greftt staiicsse are tery imposii^g. The abbey posssuseit a I 
library vlth numerous incunabula and MS3., and collections of , 
coins, antiqiiitiea, engravings, eto. 

The left bulk la now flat, and numerous islands again divide the 
■tream. To the right, on the crest of the hUl , xieea tha solitary 
ohuroh of WeUerkTeuialQl ft.). 

B. Hollanbni^ (772 ft.), with a chateau and park, and above ' 
a ruined casde. The right bank also now becomes Qat, and tha { 
BDcnery is uninteroitlng onttt Vienna is approached. 

K. Tralmuitier, a very old ■village, not visible from the river, is | 
moiitioued tn the Nibelungeu-Liod. Nuar it thu Tralscn falls ir 
the Danube. Then, Zwantendorf. 

R. Tnlln (Hinch ; LSwe), one of the oldest towns on the Daniit 
the Comagcnae of Che Komans, and the station of one of their rivi 
fleets, is also mentioned In the Nibelungen-Lled, Beside the old 
chnrch is an andanl KomaneEque •Charnel-hoosa. In the m 
plain hero, the TKllner Ftld, an atmy of 60,000 Germans and Pole] ^ 
assembled in 1683, and marched th«nce to aid the distressed T 
nesu against their Turkish besiegers. The Danubft is here crossed | 
by the Stsatsbahn fp. 356). 

From TuIIn lo Btritgraturg and SI. FOIIat, see p. SJ; to Aildorf- 
Bifftniurf and Knmi, >ee pp. 8S, JM. 

Below Tulln , as the VCifner Vali is approached , the scenery 

R. Qreifeniteiit fSeAwaruT Sar; Hirich), with a line ruined 
casllo of Prince Liecbtenitoiu, wblcli attraols many visitors from 
Vii'una (sutiou on the SUatsbahn, p. 265). Radmfdd (inn), on 
the hill, from which pleasant (orest-paths lead to Klotltramib^irg, , 
Kit.rllng, elr„, commanda the whole valley of the Danube. 

L. *A>vuunilein, a castle concealed by trees, destroyed in the 
Thirty Yean' War, but rosloted and tastefully Otted up with old I 
furniture, weapons, otc, by Count Wllraek. 

R. Hofltin, below whicli the river suddenly (urns to the 6. In 
thodlstanoB we observe the Leopolds berg and the Kahlenberg(p, 76), 

L. Eontenbnig (548 ft. ; Ooldenu Kreui), with 8300 Inhab., 
lies in tlie plain, on the Nordwsst-Bahn (p. 259). Along (he bank 
extends the vhie-clad Biiamberg (1180 ft.). In the distance glitter 
the domes of the great Augustine abbey of Kioslerneuborg. 

R, KtostemeubuTg (p, 77). Below it the Leopoldtberf (p. 70) 
lies 80 close to the river as eaaioely to leave room for the railway 
and the road. To the right, on a prominent ipUT, is the chnrch ol 
the Leopoidiberg (p. 7G), at the foot of which, aoildst vlneyaidi, 
Ilea KahltnheTgerdoTf. 

K. Knudorf (p. 76). The DanuU Canal to Ylenna diYergB 

har e lo the rlBbt. ■'" ' •■ i . 

^B R. Tiaana (&60 ft.}, p. 1. 

6. From Xinz to Salzburg, 

-5'/, lire, (far, 

lo;:. a 

r. BCI, D 

Lint , see p. 8G. — IT M. Wsla Ct036 ft. ;. fiaU. Beitauranti 
wlthn.;*iISnjr'i SStel On!f ; Si^Mmntr AdUr ; FotI; Kaiitrinvtn 
Oeittrrtttt,, U Ihfl stAUon), an old town (12,200 inhabO on the 
3'nttin, wltb ■ rastorod Gothic church and an old oslle in wMi^h 
Emp, MailinlUin I. diad In 1519. The public Mehives and a otI- 
lenlion at Rnaiin aatiqnitie^ may be tisited. The tonn conulus 
li boiingt, the gta Issuing ftom «hlcb is used to heat and 
i light tbp hoii=rs, as well as fnr motive power. The 'MarUareartr, 
on lh» Rl'!■^ -TT V*' '■ '' tir.]. commands a wide piospeut. 

Fii.'< '' - ' ': v.. railwar tn Rt/i hn. ~ & M. Boitfiy 

I tiMbtl." .. i;:*«i»|biMeli toSeWrt.Bj, »ee twIcTJ. 

3l-Ji M >i.: ii-itIbe diUricl-apIlal (S^tfUnbati,) ul 

' Uicjuii.-:.. .. .:-llahD(SebardlBttaSMiiia(h, aeeVlunV 

J toiniafiM',:U i Ky^U.~ in.i ii las' ,M.) « i. ff * ii nacbes dM UaTuian 
I bvaliu iKul. Bcnwtnwl). irain Sistocb la JTikVA, TG JL, railwai in 
f kS'i tis., •*• BhMm'-j SmUsv fii«iiuv- 

I ((«• •HP**), IMWM m I iI. aad O**/! >•■) «Cr«V n« lut u «* or Uio 

' ~nM McicM slaoa ia C|wi IsnHa, whin QiritKliM piscd tbe alslil 
a kar lomtH U Ik* ImJc^ lk« lltiB(KlkcInK<«-Lird,31tiadTealian') 
■MBllral •utr-tiuUic tbuch- — nvi K. *<*«*. !«E r- S. 

r»ui Wiu i« GaCiir. 38 *-, nllvu ia VJb bn.. >!«■«■• (be 

I "*- 

(f. i^. — w ■, I 


',^4 M. LuUMk (tlOO a.; K< 
\ &iktmntt Sisal), aa oU ma (.IGOO iaUh.) oiik a bice 
L Jktiw Akb«}. (Muled ia lOllM. 

_ ^ Mlh »,'> 
L — R a. «! ■— Iw. n f. I'b. 
Tka tiJM f Kin llM ToMI ttii aMMs IIm rakj aT t]i« A^rr 
0« Ite Wa, a* ItasMMte tad Iba Bai» OaMif- — 34i . " 

iTTMn rirtfcii^Qliltn JuiiMv Mm* >■■*■»— i). j<. 

i>« of (ha Km M Isrkl wd !•«• I^m p. ICt3i. 

... - -t.lki.Ai i^a a-«W W aia W -/—>.€>■- 

rt«i«M MjI 1 >■ Tte taaiB mi 
IVrAt. la^^ ^ km** la RV i m ) ii 

s, itotUt. 95-1 


80 TliaAtlerBce line dlrerge* J 

lu U wlndine Ago-, whfed XM 
a Kanmsr, B, ^■bK.% tt<if-trllM 

** 5 ^). "TLi/lBkli°''«l7K V 

m kins M ihB a. ood. The ^ 

la On, tauuhea at E£«uFaI I 

e font of the BucMife I 

lUU KUTsion in drrweathec ^ 

Ota p OT). The iteumBr next 

EODd rokd iBldB tbraugh the gcquestered 

e p. lUa). The itsuiieT eoutt the ploo-iiltul BnHtnbav to Sufvon ('Loldll 
; Iho inniilh of the fi«-J*»t wliieh deieenils frcira the HondBse. The lii:iof' 
•'■f (p. IM) mar ti" MOeaded heiie» in 1-li/g Ln. (Ilia finut louM, recora- 

icrtB^ guide, ai 
^! 4 Jt. bOA.). 

Tlie road l>am TDteracli to the XoodHe (psQi Ibrongii tbe woodi on 
(ha rifbl r.arik prsterable) followii the left b»nfc of tbe Ache to Cli/, K.) 
IhK sleamboBt-stalion Bt (bu) at Ibe E. end of the Kondiee (l»(l ft.), > 
liictanaqiii lake, ^ M. lonn and li/i M. broad, bounded on the 8. by the 
fnipoiint BBhafbere. The ■leamboal isnlli tiXritttUtn and HtAtCHi't, Aubofl 
Hiid Iben erOBiu to Soharfllnt (Btl. ScharfHae), no lh« E. hank, i/i M, 
rroia Ihfl rallvaf-gtatfoa of [b< lame nhme (p. fOO). The Aetuifbers (p. 101) 
■ni.r he iKended taeude In Bl/i hot. (guide, 8 S., unnacaliary). Bejond 
l^eliBiniBg the •learner hug! the B. abore to KrjB*ifj (Hnl. Plombargi mil- 
wajHilUleii, JH p. 108} and Iben stuars obUqnely eiMiui the IDiE, with 
tine tnnuntslD tlewl. _ Mondeae tFBil.- Kraut! rtanbi: Adler: £<in(|iil>iitj, 
oi] the lake), a ttelrlng plue llTiOO inhab.), with k iMge cbattA and a 
m.mlKr of couniTT-tcalj, pretiilr aimated at the W. end of tbe lake, at- 

the lake. flBE "urtey from the (8 mi n.) Msrinhilf Chapet. — NBriow-eaBEB 
railwaj lo SaMnits via SI. iorou, aee p. 108. 

Beyoiiil Voeklabruck the train twice crosaea tlie Vocftia, which 
falls into Ibe Agar bare. 45 M. BedC-Zipf flSBU ft.), with a Uigfi 
hrewerj; SOi/jM. fVantenmofJil (1675 ft. } Kail. BentauMnt), Tha 
railway quits tha Voctli and winds thiough the wooded hlU- distrlM 
forming tbe waterabBii helween thaTmunaud the Inn. Thehiglieat 
point iB Btat. EdabMitr [1960 ft.). Near (581/* "0 Salenuhvand- 
Obrrliofcn the ovarhinglng siimioic of the Schafborg la easn on tha 
left. 62 M. SUind-yrf (17S0 R. ; Rail. Eeitaurant), jonWiori for 
(23V» M.) Branna.. (|>. %X). 6D M. Niumarkl-KbiUndvrf. 

The TunbeiK ri^TOft.', Jan irilh liew-loix^r), 1 hr. frum NauiBatkl 
fit fh>m Weo|, cmnuiands a miperh Dew (path marked). UesunDl to ll'/itirO 

Bejond (BSViM-l Wtng the litiB Bklrte the pretty WallttKe, 
01 Lakt of StekiKhcn. — 67 M. W.illmte. — 69 M. Serkitrhen 
tl676ft.i Railway Innl. 
^^Dlligenca daily in I'/, hr. to {8 B.l KattHa (1660 fl.| IflbrlKi: BItfi). 




ramicl mt ■ cotUga nur Uib bnp). 

Tbs train snters a woaded tnot and croEEOB the ravine of the 
flic&arrA several tlineB. Ti H, aoUvitaii;-Eiixhauaa\. We ddw turn 
to the S. into the Tslley of the SuUaehi to the loFc, the lounded 
Qaislicrg, to tho right, the UntDrsberg, Wat^manu, and tUn 
Staiiffeii. 76 M. BtTi/-Mariaplain (p, 103). — 77'/, M. SaUlurj/. 

Salibnig. — AiriTBl. The Btite Kailvtai Btitioh in on the H, <i<lc 
gf (tie town (PI. D, Ij, abiiut 1 H. Trom the SWt-BtflEko (Btomn-lraniwsj, 
■ae b«low). TUsro am (cpsrate waUinf-nicinii) (nutfturant In cacb) [iii tbu 
Iraln) to Austria (Vienna, Innsbruck) and far t'loio la Ba'aria (Oaqen. 
hsim-MuDioh). — The BAuuuitEniiui STtTiui [p. 103} C$,cia the lUte niJ- 

HitaU (oCton full in >iimm<;ri tuoms iliuuld be ennsged in uivanci^) 
■HOhi, us L'Eoaon (PI. D, 1), at the ulatiua, with lift anil a lama eaideii, 
K. 3-9. B. IE. 10 A., U.iK.; ■HJtu.BaiiiOLlPI. e; D.Sl, Makarl-Plat!, 
K. 3-30 jr. I 'UOuL D'AoTBioiiK (rl. a; Tl.S), achwara-8lr., R. O^^hK.; 
■adnL Nuatios (PI. bi D, 1), B. 3.8, B. 1 A'. 20A., U. t-S A'.) *UuTki. 
(PI. miD, 3), Dear IbB tbealru, with EaHen. B. 3-l£.; Kxiuatx ELidAsaiH 
(PI. Bi U, 1], near tba stallon. El. 2'/rlK. — la tbe Iowa, on tbe left 
hank: Golimsb Sdhiis (F1. d| £,tj, Buidcni-Flatn, B. 9.4 £.) Ooldbui 
Kbosb (K. f i D, 3), OoiDHsaHj«BOii(Pl.JiD, ll,lIonLHiiiKR(P), niD,4), 
aomNHB Uuan (PI. □; D, (), all in llie IJetcetifeeasut SiiaaLBUu (PI. i; 
0, 8), UitalleneMls. Od tbe t^gbt bask: Zsh Steu (PI. h; D. £, », oa 
the Baluob, U. iS E-i Oableui*d (PI. i) D, 3|, Tbxvuic (PI, k; D, 3|, 
ItaMiaOHBii Ka»£b (PI. ai D, 3}, Tiai:« (PL l\ E, 3) modSTatSi Bibgu- 
BHAU CP). wi D, 3), LiniBreasBB 17; KRSnt (PI. xi D, 3), Mirabell Plab; 
2tlH Wou-buTniOH (Pt, yi £,3), Walf-Oietriob-3tr. 16; Stkinleciixeb., ll/t V. from llie atalion. — Pehbiuii Juhq, near (ha atatioa:'> BdTBL Dabki (gea belo»], UnUFea»e, B. lVi-3 A*. 

□■f«i. I\iinBKlH,Ludwie-Victoi^PIatxi Xc^HUicr, l)ni>ersil>(a-PlaU. Ob 
the right bank: Oaf* Boar , eehirari - Str. -, 6Wu, Giaela-Qnait A'djIci-, 
Liaaertaiisa (bbb abave}( Onfral, Schwaa-Sli. — OgnfHtioaer. F»rtt, Lud. 

Baatanranti. -inrtaiu (nee p. 100; concerts In the Bveniai;); JMroMI, 
MO abovei Winner Kedu, Frnni-JiiBBf-Slr. 7; llailieitt KtHam-iml. — Wisi 
in at. PHer'i Sh/Uielbr (PI. D, 4, p. 831i at EdMir'i LlnlDrew^^ IB, mJ 
Ki«(i-V, in Iha Gatreidegawe i at ihB lY^ar, JfoArn, etc, — Bua at the 
BUmtrdH-ainim, aetreidesuse; aUtgUUIIer, Get&tteneaua S, witta vien; 
iScAoizltil'ir, DDliide tbe EaiBtanBr-ToT, wilh view; MaManurtdltr, out- 
side (be Klauten-TOF, alto with Tlewi JitfixUitdr -^rAalltbl, at Slillu 
(;|uaint roama; not Dpan liU 3p.m.). 

Satlii. Xmrhaai (;. 100), villi bal 
la the BrDdbanil-Au near IhB CaroliDflo- 

ftiPB:ft(p. 101), will.tHinimine-ba(b,ra .^ _.- 

Scblois t^opoldikron, I'U M. lo the 8.W. (p. ICJB. iM, rtnfcone, an< 
finMi al the LadiHg*oa and the MaHmtai, I'/i ■- f'oai the town (om 
tram tbs Goldane Bom); ttBad KrwrtriMI, >/•». to (heS.W., n«ai 
poldikrOD (omnibUB from tbe ColIeclBa-Plati ■! B a.m. and 'i p.m.). 

Oaba. From Iha station into tbe town, wltb lugiagi, 1 JT. SUA. oi 
hat«ii)iK.i, alBiElitlX. SO or 3 A'. 30*. —Br Uma- hair^a-day 6 £ 
or 10 K., irbola day 13 or IS K. — To BirMatadm, Bea p. 112. - 
Alum, VaritAiad, fi'ddmos, or XImMh, uil haek, 3 £. UO A. or 4 X., 
Vi br. ni wallin; 40 or 60(1. i lulli and tax Includad. 

Stwm Tramwar <Liiealboln\ Irom the tailway-aULiion tbrouEb Ita 
f""j 2 hra. ia the aClernoDn, buuily <n tbs (uceuuon to (oS mio.) S4a 


4 SapiMjtchvrnrme i 

Errhui u-Klottrr 

Jiigiutiiitf XUistf urid 

BaifilJran,Jn<btei uul 
fi ffraaqang 1 

t Jtrp^fatRgki-aiku-ehi 

B J^apMukantr Sit tier 

lOSafrtaaer SrcJis E.h 
ILXiviurSlcr Xlasler 

imdJSreAt I 

'aj.HTeeo ZfiuTD-u £-aU'I 

a.S?l^ma/trkirrAr DJmJ 
30 . IfrmaMJ' -MorttF 

ioutBrdie.fFau\hiTq I.H' 

13 .Lrmdaigi -Sriiaiii 

^ JfitrteitMmdf 

i.Srgifnmg u.limdptn 

[^■flph-a "u.friiiJjta-M'1' 


4' .Sapltetsda 


^aif/iijteoicntir^ iota 

B -tlrfifidtiffkfitskircJii/ 


IS. S^mirg/m^aiixi/ieBt 


iS. ST Peter jtinjrJcirde TIXA. 

30. ffrmZum- -Slottrr 

21 . PrjulBvvviaat tariff 
iaiiiJBre)u.lStiiiJihrta I '. 

23 .IfBii^ogt -Mi/iBir 

37 . Ktitarts GtbitrUtu ,£J(ii; 

JS.Past V-7iIgffraph. 



Imrdlp.llZ). The tMla!<i -witbla Ibe towu tm: ntrfima, KurMau,Barar, ' 
liqe rroE-ei Ihe rarolinEn-Briioke lo (2 H.) Ix«rri IfinuHal. Aenoo In (S M.) 
un'ly ou a»j'of lisne. 

JfoiHTi-HnK Hud QuBFyodM 10 ftojiBfoi — U»JiL» Ttiuwii to the fortreBs, 1 
xcE p. UtI. — Lift Id Ihe «'>rurb<b«TK, Bee e. iOU. ' 

Foit KDdTiilEK»pUOfatE(l']. ^1 E,i), In tfaiiBuideiit-Fli,tz, entnn 
in Ihe right, by the gu.rd-honsB. 

Art EihibittilB in summer M the SnniOirhaot {p. lOOt. — Parmaiio 
EihibiUnn af Iniluetrinl An in Ihe Uirattll-aMou (p. 100). 

Monej Ohutgri. f^en^fw, Monrt-PlaU ii Berstr Oelreidajtsee, — 
RlraneB-'- /n/wmoIfoB Offlw (iualiiiBrM-Buteln), In H.^UrieBl's hpokshou, 
SiemuniI-N>ITiier,lvai> 10, vi<l nl Lndnle-VloUr-Pltti 7. 

Encllih OhuTch Btnin* in (be klernivl Protulut Cfauccb itt 11 
»nd i p.m. 

SalcbDTg [13&0 ftO, tliB ancient Jiniouum, ubb otiio fhe ca. 
of tha wn&llhtett nnd moBt powerlal ecRleilutlnsI principality in 3.. 
Germiny, which wu saculsrised ill 1802 and KOiiverted into a I 
pnml eleotorite. It tftemardi becnme AuBtriin, then Bav&i 
and llnally, in l^iB, Anstrign again. Its tonn (33,100 inhih,; .■ 
500 Plot.) is now the seat of an archbishop and of the goveminent T 
and law-conrle of the province. Few Oetman towtia oan (ompara 
with Salzburg for beauty of situation. The town Itei on botb banks 
nf Ihe SalMoeh, bonniled by the abrupt rastle-hill and the Moncht- 
'lerg on ihe left haab, and by the Capuiinerberg nn thu Tight bank. 
Frequent firee have left few medfjBval bulldingB here. Most of the 
prinetpal edi flee b were built by the eplenilonr-loving ambbUhopa 
In the 17ih and 18th renturies. 

The older part of tliu town U on the left bank of the SaLiach, Kb 
central point being the Babtaa-Hatt (PI, E, 4|, in the middle of 
which i> ibo taandflame *BraideDa-BTUimeii (F1. 'A), Hi ft. in height, 
I'lucitted In 11164-60 by Ant. Darlo. Each of the horses and flgureB 
of Atlas ia henn out of a aingle bIoi?l of marble. At the anmmit 
a '1'rii.jii Bponta water nut of a horn. On the W. tide of the Platr 
risEalhi-sp»t:ionsaetiatll«, or Imperial Palace (I'l.l*, 15,4), erected 
in 1;VJ2-17H, and now partly occupied by Granii-Duke i''er- 
dinand IV. of I'usrany. Opposite to it la the Naugeb&nde ( 158H}, 
iiii^luiiiig the Gorcmmetit Balldians, Law Covrli (PI. itjj, and PoU 
and Ttttgraph Offica (PI. 32), with a email tower containing a let 
ot chimeg, whieli play at?, II, and fio'elock (nnniesoClhe tunes on , 
a tablet on the Palace). Un the S. Bide U Ihe 'GntliedinllPl. E, 4), ] 
erected in 1614-38 by Bantino Sulari in the late- Renaissance style, I 
with Oorid stucco omamenution. A chapel to the left of the entrance 
i-onlalns a *FonI in bronie, dating fram IS'ilj while the rhapela of 
ihi- alsloi have modern plciuiea by Glfitile. The iieaanry of the 
I'ulhedral is worth seeing (apply to the Terger, in the tranBepl to Ihe 
dgbt). — In the Doni-Platr,, on ihs W. side of the oathedcat, rliea 
^^Wumn oftht Vtrgin, in lead, by Bagenauer (1771]. l 

^fcjl>D>»Llt'> Austria. lOlh EdiHgn. 7 I 

»(« S. SAWBDBG. Burial Ground 

lIOEftlt'B Btatne [FI.'28^, in biDDze, by SchwonthaUr, erected 

II 1842, adorns the Moiart-riatz (to the E.)- The tnnae in which 

!ie great compoaer fl756-9l) waa born, No. 7 Oelreiiiegssse 

' (PI. 27), contaitiB tlie inlereBtiiig Moiart HnEGnm on (he thirl floor 

[MSS., potlraitB, piano, etc.: adm. 1 S.). 
\ On the 3. side of the CAthedrsi is the Kapitel-Flals, with its 

handsome matbia horse-tcough (1732 ( PI. 4). On the left side of 
this Plitz is the Archiepiscopal PaliKC (PI. E, 4). 

Kearly opposite, in the S.W. corner of thePlatz, is the entrance 
to the Buial Oionnd of St. Peter (PI. 24), the oldeBt in Salxbnrg. 
TLe YaultB hewn in the rock and adjoining the ChaptU of St. Maii- 
mus and 8t, Otrtrvde are inteiesting. The foimei chapel, the 
I DioBt andent ObriatiKU ehrliie in Salzburg, 1b, according to (he 
I legend, the sjiot whence St. nTaiimus and bla companioTis were 
^ cast down in 477 by the pigan Hernli. The lale-Gothio *ChuTeh of 
St.MarganldPh 16) iu the centre of tliebur[al-ground weaoreoted 
ill 14B3 xnd reeloted in 1864. Abbot Joimn Sttmplf (d. 15241, 
the friend of Lnlh^r, ie interreil in the Chapti of St. Veil. The 
Chureh of St. FtttT {PI. 18). x Ronunecque edifice of 1131, badly 
lastored In 1764, contains a poor monument to the composer Michael 
Haydn (d. 1806 ), brother of the more celebrated Joseph Haydn, and 
the tombstone of St. Rupert (d. 718), — The Baudictine Abbey of 
SI, Prin- (PI. 6} oorilalnB 1 library of 70,000 *ols,, with acollection 
of incnnabuli and anrtenl MSS., on InleiHSling Ireainry and u- 
chivea (vieltorit admitted, generally nl 1 p.m., by permiasion obtalnod 
at the gtle, to the left of the church-door). — At the N. entrance 
to the huri a! -ground is the Sli/lskeUer (p. 96 ; good wine). 

Iu the vicinity is the ¥iuieiMMiChnroh(FI. 9), of the 13th cent.. 
withaBneKomaneBque 8. portal, and an elegant Gothic tower, restor' 
ed in 186G. The interior ia in the transition etyle, dixHgiired with 
later addilioiic. The hoxnconal choir borne by r.olumne, with its 
net-work vaultiDg and its serlee of chapels, dates from the end of 
the 16th century. On the high-altar, a 'Madonna, In wood, by M. 
Pachor (1480). In the fVanciican MoTiatUry opposite a performance 
' is given daily at 10.30 (Indies not admitted] ou the Tauaym- 
phonicum', an instrument invented liy Father Singer, one of the 
\ monhfl {d. 1882). 

Adjoining are the Btablos of the foruiar prince -blibops, now 
cnv alry-b arrack , and (ho Sonimer Biding B^oOl (PI. 3ri: adui. 
I 20Ji.). with three galleries hewn in the rock. The WlnFcr Biding 
t School haa a Doiling-painting of a tournament (1690). 

On the N. side of the barraclis, in the UniversltilK-Platr , ia a 

arse- trough {PI. 31) with a group of horBe-tameri by M'indl (1670). 

Thence to Jho W. mne the •Monlhor, a tunnellOOydB, long, he»n 

I In 1T6S-67 through the conglomerate rock (breccia) of the Monchs- 

, berg, leading to the suburb of Kiedenburg. Beyond It rlaes a atMse 

SigiEmund, by HageniMtr, in memory of Arehb. SiglalD^^^H 

■IVuKinn. SALZBURG. 5. Souk. ^» 

tlie cnn^iiclOT of tbe tunnel, * modillion of wlioni hu been placed 
Dt the end of tlie tunnel next the town. There U a Email stalactite 
cavern ibaut SOO jia. to the left of tliu esit ('lOL). — In tbe 
UnitcrBitiits-PlBtz rlaea the Osllsginmldroha [Fl. 'i2 ; U, 4), a hand- 
some biioque eiUQre with a lofty dome, built tu 1696-1707 from 
plins by Flichtr von Ertach. 

On the Franz'Joseph-Qoai is the valuable *llu«enin Cwolino- 
Angnftcum (Fl. D, 3; odm. i K., on Surt. 60 A.; daily in lumuieT, 
8-land^, Sun. and Tburs. in winter, i-i; naai ligbt neceslaryV 

QxuCKD FiooB. ----- 

the 11th ccDl. ud I 

or miulciil IniirDiDBnU or the lut throe cEniurlo. Ball of AtUiiulHii, 
with prehiatoric and Eoman broniia, etc. Wmipon Salom : weapons of the 
lial Hires ecnluriei. tltMat^nl KiUhni! Sliidr; SlaU Room of the time or 
Ibe Thirty tean" War; SbbiW J(oon; Worn™'. JporimnK, wilb baj 
wlndowi and cild palutLrjga gd Hua- Dining Soon: Homanedque Chaptt 
aad BacrlUr, fltltd op In the Qotbic llIlBi OofMd Nalli Hwea Bmm: 
BBKHHimti Hall. — BaooSD Plooi. Wart Itaowi ol 1606, fram tbe Poneao. 
LOra-y. Celleiliima/DoctmaUi,aaBb.a<tdCBi<u. KtirfOOttfilafi^Sali- 
bary imi Iht BaUtaitmiirfut, a Uige and carelUI; eiecuted work, com- 
plfioil by FiMan Ftrltirr SalaM. CirllecHoii af Cuilurna. 

The houses of the adjacent Otiatlengatw [PI. C, 3 ; electric lift to 
the MBnchsherg, see p. 100) ding to the aide of tho MSnebaberg lHo 
Bwallowg' neats. The Ktavien'Tor waa formerly the termination of 
Ihli part of the town, lying between the hill and the river, which 
ia now bordered by the broad fVoTU-Josefa-Ou'ri, planlod with treee. 
Boyond the galo la Ihu Iron Fhau-KaTl-GMTiieke (foot-briilga). 

Above the town, on tho S.R. point of the Mfincbaberg, riiee the 
foTtrest of *Bolt«n-flklibnTg (1780 ft.), now reached in 2 ndn. by 
a Cahli Railway, alartiug In the Festungagasie, close to St. Peter's 
Ccmoteiy (Fl. E, 1 ; fare 00, up and down HO, Including adtniiHion J 
to the fortrew and the >lew-tower 1 K. 204.). The railway ul 
200 yds. toni: and aieonda at a gradient of 58:100. Halfway up i>l 
the sintion MUnthibe'f, adjoining the restaaraut Zur Kats (approach | 
to the Moncbaberg, Hee p. 100). Farther on the train penetrates the 
wil! of the fortress by a tunnel and reachoa the upper station In the 
Hatmgrabm (ResUorant). The VfeiD Tofctr (82 ft. hijh; platform 
&60 fL above the town) commBsds a splendid 'Panorama eilending 
from the Oalsberg to the Sonntsgafanrn, with the town In the fore- 
ground and the itavarian plain to the N. Tbe fortreis, now used as 
bamslis, was founded In (he llth cenl. and eiteoded at different 
periodi : the greater part of the present Impoalng pile dates from 
1496-161H. The Chrtreh of St. Gtargeln tbe castle-yird, erected In 
11)02, nontalna ataliios of the Twelve Apostles in red marble, On 
the exterior is a relief, representing 4he founder, Archb. Lconbard 
(d. 151t)). The a(>Jcffnf£lu6< conlalni a flue Gothic stove of 1501. 

Tlie ■Kinohibeif (1()15 ft.}, a wooded hill about It/gM. In 
length, hounding the town on the W., alTorls eharming'W^M"*Wri 

riOO Route S. SALZBDEG. ' 

ace to the 
•aata alhM 

on JfMifiB 


^H tieaiitifiil yie»9. An FUflric Lift (20Q fi. ; fue 40, down 20, up 
^^^^ and do«Ti &0A.) aiicendB etery 10 min. from GetSttengasse lil 
^^m ([PI, G, 3) to the tnp oF ibe plitesu (^*£utaiirnnr, with frequent 
^H cnD<:eru). The Bclvtdtn ('20 h.). 360 a above the Solzaub, (roni- 
^^H mande a spleudld panorama, more picturesque, though lees exteiisive, 
^^H ihsii that from the fortress. The view of iha town, ovetlmng by the 
^^H fortress, in eapecUtly attrsiiti^e. — Foieat-patha lead hence K 
^^H S. to the BuTgrTwehriSlUr (Restaurant), to the W. to (1 '~ 
^H rent St. BabeTtm, be1ov the St. Jol^nn-SehlSuchm (no 
^^H Paschkoff), and to other points, 

^^^F Tbe taiieai opprouh tu the HJnclubei^ leads rrom ihe at! 

^^" Ivg, nn lie calila-rlllivij (p. !l9), Uurmeh an archway unde 

roHl Kali (line vinw, tea p. 99) iind jasl Ihe ludioiVj-FBTuioiM ids inii 
VUla f^-^ftmre. — The most ilirecl fooipaih rmm the lown in the Miincbs- 
bere ii br a fliehl or ffi3 atepi bmi the Summer Kiding School {p. ft.*). 

kThe E. spar of the hill , helow the foctresa , is the JToimbeTS 
ffl. E, T, 4), BO oallod from 4 Benedictine nunnery Bltaaiert hem, 
Xhe Qotbio Conncnl Chuni'i (founded 1009, restored iu the 10th 
'cent.), poaseases -a fine winged altar-piece, beautiful stained glass 
.([15th cent.^, • crypt -with interoattng coltmiiia, and In the lower 
indent frescoes. The cloisters , dating from tlia end oC the 11th 
oenC, are the oldeat dow extant iu Germany (no admission). Chsrm- 
iBg view from the parapet — Outside the Kajounrl-Tor, on the 
Salzach, is llie KanHlerhaus(Pl.i',i), for exhlhitiona ol'art(p. 97), 
The Safzach is crossed in the middle of the town by the irou 
Stadt-BrHeke. In the 'PUCzI', near the bridge, on tlie right bank nf 
the Saitach, is fPi. 30) the House of Paracetiiu, the celebraleil 
physician (d. 15ii), indii-.aljd by hie efflgy. In the Maltarl^Plali 

hie Motart'i House (PI. 2^; see p. 96); nppoalte is the Thtntre 
(PI. 96i D, 3), a handsome tocoto building by Fellncr & Hellmcr 
(1893). Farther on, in the Mirabell-Pliti, stands tlie Kinbell- 
-BeUobs (PI, D, "J), urecleii in 160li by Archbishop Wolf-Diutricb, 
TOboilt after a Bra in 1818, and now the property of ilia tOMn. The 
eleticase is adorned wicb EciilpturcB by Kapb. Uoiiner. The Mini- 
bell-SehlOfS contains a^eoioglcal-aiinei'alDglcal collootion of 20,000 
speciajens (open Wed. 1-4 and Sun. 10-lJ, and a pcrmalient iu- 
dustriai exhibltian [p. 97). Behind the chliteaa lies the Miralifll 
Gardfn (also entered from the Makart- Plate), Md out in the old 
French fashion, vilh fouutslns, marble statnea, etc., and i^iniriccled 
with the Kur-Gatien by the MirabeU Steps. 

Adjoining SnbtoBs Mirabell on the N, is tbe neU-keptSargaiteD, 
containing a Kurhaut and Bath Jiouie (Uaslauiant; concerts, see 
p. 96). A bailding in the park contains SnttitT'i Cotmoramii lAt^ 
Panorama of aaisburg (adm. 40'<.). — To the W., on the KUmhM 
betfa'Qnai, Is the Prolmtant Church (PI. 14), a Romanesque ediStfl 
by (?oli(t667). — In front of the station is a taslefol marble st«H^| 
of the Emprtt! Elizabeth (d. 1893), by E. Hellmel (1901). ^H 
^^; ' - A^oTe the Stadt-BrQckc (p. 1^0) on tbe right bank of tbe "f^H 

Qaitbtrg. SALZBDRO. S. Rovlt. 101 

7,B0h the Glitla Quay, wilh a. moiiumeiit to ihe Stadlhgldai Oouot 
Sigmund Thun [d. 1897), by Breitner, md the iron MosartsUy ffn«- 
bridge), eit^ads to the CaiDliaeii-Briicke and the FraiiE-Iolet-FailiF 
in iho BTodhdu»et-Aa (PI. G, 4), tho 'Prater' of SalKbttig. ' 

Id the LiniergKEBS on the right bank, ^bout 200 paces fi 
Sudt-Briicke, oppfislta tho Gablorbtau Inn, and lecogiiiaabli. , . ., 
large stone porMltcO''^''>BB"t"'"^">""'''C'>Pi^°''^°^l^'^')f'-)- 
The Capuchin M0TuuteTy(Pi.H')iir6aibei hi S-iOoiiu. by a 'Route 
do Cal«Birs', with I'Hl steps, or by the CaputinenlUgt (Steiagasse S i 
also with Etepa). At the top vlaltora ring at the gate (2 A.) and entec 
the p«k. On the left, brooght hither ftom Vienna, stands the 'jtfo- 
iiirl-Hauiclien' , In whicli Mozart completed the opera of 'ZiuberQote' 
in 1791 (adtu. 'idh.'). In front of it is a btunzu bust of Mozart by 
Ilellmet. We ascend hence through the wood by about 500 iteps 
more. After lOmin, a flngei-post On the left indicates the way 
to the ^Auaihhl nach Bayem', whence we aurvey tho new town on 
the right bank and the railway-itatioD in the foreground, to the right 
Mariu-PlAln, to the left MQlln, In the centre the Salzach ttretchtng 
far Into the plains of BavarU. About 2 mln. farther on another 
direction- post shows the way (diverging from tbe straight psth to the 
restaurant) to the[5niin.)'5Jiuft-^u«iicAt'(l9^gft.}, thetineat point 
on the Cspniinerberg (paTlllon): admirable 'View of the town and 
fortress, the Hnchslauften , .SonntagBhorn, Latten-Qeblrgo, Unters- 
berg, HoheOoli, Pass Lueg, and Tennen-Qeblrge. In 5 mln. mora 
we reach the Francisci SehlSiil, or Oiputlner SiMSsal (Restaurant), 
780 ft. above the Salzarb, and commanding a -view towards tbe E, 
and S. A path leads bence down the hill on the side farthest from 
the town, wMcb we regain through the LiDzergasae. 

The *6AiiberK (4220 ft.), 3 hra. to the £., Is the Anest point 
view near Sahbnrg. A ZAiiNi(Ai>BA.iiit, oi rack-and -pinion railway, 
ascends to the summit from Parieh (1410 ft.), reaohed by th( 
Staatsbahn (p. 117) in 6 mlu., or by tlia steam-tramway [p. 97) ' 
i6-'J0min.. or by '/^hr'a. walk from the CarDfintn-Briictt (PI. F, 
via the Algen and Gaisberg toad. Opposite the station is the Potl 
U6UI: to the left, higher ap. Dr. flreyar's Hydropalliie EitaUishmeM 
(^Wifierheil-AtutaU, p. 96). The ascent by the railway, which tr 
■P/4 M. In length, with a maximum gradient of 2.'<:l(i0, taket 
about a/4 hr. (fates, up 4 ff. 9h., return-ticket 6 K. 12*.), The 
line ascejid? on the S.W. side of tho hill, passing the station of 
Judtnbeni - Alp CUIS ft.), to (l^/* M.) the Ziittl-Alp (3270 ft.; 
Restaurant), and then moiinta in a wide eutvc towards the " 
throDgh cnitliigs in (he tork, to the terminal station (4190 ft.). 
few paces to the W. la the mui Qaitberaapitse (K. 3-4 AT.), on 
N.W. brink of the plateau, commanding a charming view of 8«li 
tutg , The 'View from the summit (4220 ft.; min.) embracMI 
^^B Salzburg Alps and the plain, in which aeren li ' 




The inipeii&l chalesu gf Hellbnuui, 3 M. to the S. of SnlKburg 

(steam-tram V ay, Eee p. 9tSj, with gntden and fountoiiu in tbe stite 

oC the ITth and IBth cent., was bailt by Archbp. Mucns Sittlrli in 

1613 uid ia adomed vrlth fiescoes by MaBCogni aaH otherB (IBIS). 

Adm. to the garden (*IteB(aursnt) freej to the chateau and (be 

foantaiaa 20 A. The flower-garden is adjoined by the Parib. Aacand- 

ing the wooded hill to the right, we paBs the MonatS'SclilSuchen 

(so called becaaee built Id a Bingle month} and arrive at (10 min.) 

the Sladi-Avmicht, coiamanding a flne yiew of Salibnrg. Thence 

thiQugh wood to (10 min.) the Wiiitmaan-Auiaieht, on the other 

side of the hlli, from which the Watimann in seen to great advan- 

taea- On our way back we descend to the right, after & mln., to 

[ <the 'SltintTTK Theater', bennin the rock, where pastorals and operas 

W uEed to be performed before the ari^hblshopa. We then return by 

I -the drive, eklrting the bill to the left. — About li/g M. to the S. of 

P Hellbrunn, on the road to Halleia, U the Gothic chiteau of Anif 

(OouutAieo-Steppber;},wltbailnepatli(9tcain-tTatnway, seep. 11^). 

AhDut i1/i a. to ttaa a.W. of SUitaun- {itcajn-lraniwar X> Honntlil, 

p. Sn I) the chateau of LaspsiaikiDD, Hith a large noaa and ^fnuninir 

oilenaive l^jioldiinniir Mma alrelchei southwards la the bate of Iho Vb- 
tefibein, Ob the 'NoDa-Striiae' wblcb travEnca the moor to QIaneck, 
ara ■ group of SOD bonaea ialiabiled bj pcrat-uulturl, aad Ihe 'Uooii-BsilBr 
or neat-bUba. TliB ZwfKJnftai It 'U H. Croni Leopaldgkron. and tlie 
MarlnbaS 1'/, M- 

Srom OrAUfl (ateam irdinway fpum Salibore inVihr.i p, 112) amarkid 

path leads to the (■/. brl Roilllenmrt and Iha (■/■jhr.) Kugil-mm hm, 

whencB a earriaBe-roail aacenda by Ike ftlla of Ihs Olm w l»/. M.) Ili= 

^ /"Urrtoito'iHMo (IBBO ft-J. In Ilia vicinity KO the(i/,hr.l OwnT<« which 

[ To l^e N. (31/! H.)i on the right bank of the Sultaoh, rises the 

conapieueus and handsome pilgrimage-church of H&rlR-Plam 

' (ITatl no, crerted In 1634. Tlie "View from the parapet is the most 

estenfli»e in the vicinity of Saliburg, bnt is partially intercepted 

by tieea. Eveniug-ligbt most adTantageoua. 

The Ont«[i1i»rB, IbB moit conaplcuous mountain in (lis fnvironji ii( 
SalduTB, pulmiDalejl in Ibe (Ji-in'fct CWIO ft.), ill.; SiiMtir^if Hwmmit 
leUSOR.), and Olb BirM<atadmB- BeclillHW (iiJ:<< << ' li" ':".<<« •• 
uBuaJlr ascended fruin OriSdlg (ace aborei r-ni'i ' r'lK 

Ica^ vij'i ibe Uusllti^nwlrt (aeo gliovo) and li,. i ' .'n'l- 

Alp [iemttd) to IbB (Vjt bi.) Unttniirt-II'if . t ' ii»: 

Orferm* may be sKonied in V» br. ! Ihsnw ■ '■ ■■ 'niirtm,, 

_ Ibe Hiieat point ot>iaw, ia'li hr. A viett In Ih.- A,.... . j Luua^^ 

■ caDtainiDg fanta>llo lce-[onnalloaa, ddh- easily n'^ii^g-ihk. b,ai I<b ^^H 
■tn V hr. rnm thti Ugiper fioiiltcn-Alp. ^^H 






1% ' - 




_ n (1700 ft.; . . 
Mrfilftm, p. Hi). Froi 
ajvlaw of IhB '-=- 

The imperial cUtem of EeUbmnn, 3 M. to ibe S. of Salzl 
(steam -trsmiray, see p. 96), with garden and fountaioB in 
' ottlie i7tli and 18th cent., was boitt by Aichbp. Mucus 
I 1613 and is sdocned with frescoeB by Mascagni and othen (IBJ 
I Adm. to the garden [• IteEtaurant) free; lo the chateau and llii 
foninainaMh. The Bower-gardenia adjoined by the Parft. AMsnil- 
' ing the Hooded liill to the tight, we pass the lHonali-SclUdiieUtn 
(so called because built In a single month) and arriye at (10 min.) 
' B Sladl-Auiiicht, commandiiig a fine fiew of Sahbutg. Thence 
through wood to [10 min.) the Waltmann-Auisicht, on the oilier 
Elde of the hill, from nhloh the Watimann ia seen to glent advan- 
tage. On QUI way back we descend (o the right, afterd min., to 
. the 'Stiineme Thtattr', hewn in the rock, where pastorals and operas 
J used V) be pecfoimed before the archbishops. We then return by 
I -the dilie, skirting the hill to the left. — About I'/i M. Ut the 8. of 
VUellbrunn, on the toad to Hall ein, ij the Qothic chaleaa o( Anif 
I .(Oouiit Ar<w-3teppbeig), with a fine park (steam -tramway, see p. 112). 
' About IVi M. to Uie S.W. of BaliburE t'team-tnmway to NomiUI, 
p. 9T) 1> the cliilcau of Lairagldakrgn, uilh a large poud aod amimm'iii/ 
Sou (p. 99) Tenanranl; rovtiBg anil (ailing hnaU). from tbia point (be 

tenherE. On Iha 'Uooi-Slraue', which traveraes the noar to OlaiiHk, 
are a groap of 20Q hoana Isbabited by pcat-cutleri, and the 'Haoi-Badur' 
or paat-batbl. The LvOieig^ad is ■/( H. from LcopeldikroD, and (ho 
Maria>kai I'U H. 

Viook Brmg (itaam tnmwuy from Salibarf In :/< hr.; p. IIS) n inB'ki.'d 
path leads to (he (Vi hr) llaiillenitirl mnii Ihe P/j hr.) Kvo'l - ■"""''■' '"", 
whHDce a carri^e-road atcundt br Ihs fUli of the Ohm lu (i/h M.) (he 

.._ ,..,=«„■ ,_ ..._ _.■.._■ g ,i,p (Vilir,! Cwifrfw whioli 

luranl FflrtMnhrunn). 

To the N. (3i/i M.], on the light hank of the galnaeh, rises tlit! 

I .Doniplouoai and handiome pilgtimage-ehnioh of Xnrin-Flain 

I (i720ft.), ecectedinie34. The 'View from the pwapet is the most 

exteuidvB in the licinity of Salzhuig, bnt is parlJuUy intfirroplod 

' y trees. Evening-light most adTantageous. 

The DuterabsrE, ths moil oonipicuoua mounlaln <n Lbs Environs ol 
- -^l^hnrg, colDilnates In the Oeitreet (ffiHD n.), the SaMurgiT BtcMhrm 
I iBim ft.}, and Iha aM-eAUwodnwr BoMlovn (BITD R). Tba mounUtn Is 
I usuall; aiceadcd from Oriidie (bob above: guidv nscdMarf). Tbo radi 
I lead) via tbs Boalttenwln (lee nbovc) and the QVi Im.l VfPir Ilvim<m- 
\Alp (dEtected) lo the (1V< lir.) UuliriHrt-aaiu (UlUn.i iBa), whenue Ibe 
I Oiltnek mar be aacimded in >/i hr. i Ihenca lo lh« BaMurgtr RacHlhnm, 
^"-e Quat point of view, in>/<br. A visit to the JCufswali-ff^Afr, »'"«»" 
lalainlng fanta'llo loe-fonnallana, now is^ily socea<lble. may be i^^l 
. >/i br. rrom Iha Upper RoailtBn-Alp. ^^H 

6. From Smlibnrg to Iichl. Abar-Saa. Sohafberg. 

40 K. Balcxaxmsbqut-Lokaliiaiin (narr«tw'-i;au{;c railwav) in 3-3>/-.' dr.'. 
(first cUm 8 K, 60, third cIms 4 A'. SUA.). Tliii ii an attractive vxrursion. 
with which the charming visit to St. Wolfgang and the *ikhaff>ir>j may In*. 
combined ^-5 hn. more) the stuamer j«hiiuld iu that case bu juinoil at 
Ltieg^ p. 109). 

8(U»bwrg, see p. 96. The station of the Sal/kammortfut lini' is 

opposite the State Railway Station (p. IMi). Vor a tinu; thi* liiu; 

runs paiallel to the Linz railway, with the I'ntorsberg, Ilohi> (riill, 

GaiBbeig, and Nockstein to the right. Rcyond (V/^ M.) Hzliny wv. 

ascend gradually amid wood-clad hills to (6 M.) Euyerfhrf'^KaUinm 

(1830 ft.). The train then crosses the uplanil plain, with it-i mr.uU 

ows and farms. 8M. Kraiwiesen. Beyond ( 10 M.) Enzersherii ('J04(> ft .) 

we descend in windings, crossing the Fischhnch. — 111 M. Thahjau 

(1785 ft.), a prettily sitaatod little town on the Fwchler Ach. T<i the 

^.ilse the Schober, Drachenstuin, Sohafberg, and II<illen-(icbir»Ee. 

— 171/2 M. Bt. Lorens (1600 ft. ; Rail, liestauntni) is the Jini'-tion 

of tlie branch-line (2^2 M., in 10 min.) to Mondsee (see p. 1)5). 

Near (19 M.) Plornbtrg the train reaches the lovely Mond-ee 

(p. 95), into which the Schafberg descends abruptly on the ri^ht. 

We ascend gradaally (tunnel), first on the open hill-side and tlu>n 

through wood, and turn to the right throu^rh a tunnel 10') yds. hnwi. 

--20M. 5ctor/7m^ (1770 ft) ; the village (p. 9.')) lies below to thr 

left [}!% M.). — Farther on the line is carried .iluu^: the slojic-t by 

rock-cuttings and two tunnels, one of which, the Kiben'enj Tunnrt 

(1900 ft.), is Y4 M. long. Beyond the woo<l-;;irt Krotenaer we rf.u'li 

(22 IS,,") iSiiiensieiny with a chateau to the left (ascent of tlu; Schnf- 

herg, see p. 105). We descend through meadows and wood (to the 

left, ahoTe, the Schafberg Hotel) and then along the steep fiice of 

the UU (gradient 1 :4), with a fine view of the Aber-Soe. licyMud 

(23 M.) 'BU/roih the line sweeps round and reaches — 

23y, Jf. Bt. eUiren (1826 ft. ; *See'Hotel, on the lake, li. 2-1 A'. ; 
Post)f an attractive village at the N.W. end of the Abor-Sro. 

Bzcuasioxs. *TAlkeneteinwand , I-IV4 hr. Wc pniocoil t(» t'urf->'v.j 
(Ebner). either by fteamer (10 min.) or on fool round the N. )ii<l of tin- 
lake Til BrwMitoinkd O/a br.). Thence, paa^iin;; (lU min.) th<> s,-h,tm Mon- 
utnent (a pyramid, 13 ft. high), wc ascend to the (>/'.> hr.) {lil-^riiuii ■•■-ilia|ii-l 
and hermitage or St. Wolfgang. (The path leads on, pi).<«.<in<.' ihr Villa 
Franenstein, to St. Wolfgang; IV2 hr.) A marked path, titartiii^' at tin- 
precipice at the beginning of the ascent, leads to the ri<:lit tu [}',■> lir.) tho 
Aber-Su Btncrama and i'i min.) the 8cheffel-lilick^ im the t<>ii of tiie Kal- 

From 8v. Gilosh to Salbbuko, ISV's M. The mad pa^S'-s (li/v M) 
Fasclil(3170 ft. ; .0nimM»w/rO|at the £. end of the small Fu*chl iS«', a.sii-ii<l-> 
gradually to raV«M.) iTo/ (2120 ft. ; Post), and then ih'sot-nd.q, pa.^^.^iui: the 
Ifodttlek^ to C^enMaf (I9d&ft.; Briiahaus) and (isi/j 31.) ^iul:bunj (p. W). 

The *A]l«r-8«e or Bt. Wolfgang -See, a greenish -blue lake 
(1800 ft.), 7V»M. long, IViM. broad, and :J70 ft. deep, is boun.U-d 
on the If. by the Schafberg, while on the S. , beyond the wooded 
bankiv, liM the Sparher, Hohe Zinken, Konigsbcrghorn, and other 
jilctmod^HipIl' afcaped mountains. A Steamboat (preferable to the 


^nB* From Salzburg to laehl. Aber-See. Scbafberg. ^H 

Bt^ 10H.S.i.iK*Ki.i!a«UT-LoinLiu.its (naproiv-e,iueu railway) ina-ai/jliM, ^H 

■"ffhlt cltuu 8 A". 

with wliich Lhe cnKrntm^ visu lo ai. tTo^^fmy ami lao -ncA^jticrff maj Pe 

Lnig, p. laS). ' 

Baltburg, see p. 96. Tbe station of the SaUkammergnt lino is 
oppDSltQ the State Kailway Station (p. e6J. For a lime the line 
runs paiillel to the Linx railway, with the Unteii<beTg, Hobe 0911, 
GaUhere, and Nootstein to the riglit. Beyond (l'/^ M.) /l»»ns ''e 
anccnd gcailually amitl vood-clad hills to (6 M.) Bugendorf-Kalham 
(1830 ft). The train then ctosseB the upland plain, with ita mead- 
owEand farms. 8M./fruiiD;t«7i.Boronii{10M.)En!eniJir!f (2040 ft.) 
we ilesrend in nindinga, crossing the FUchbnch. — ISM. TKalgau 
(1785 ft.), a prettily situated Uttle (own on the FtueMtr Ach- To tb« 
E. rise the Sohober, DrachenstBin, SchaCbeig, and Hollen-Oebirgu. 
— ITVi U- Bt. Loieni (1600 ft. ; Bail. Ralaurant) Is the Jan^tion 
of the branch-line (2Vi M. , In 10 min.) ta Mondict {see p. 9&). 

Near (19 M.) Plambetg the train reaches the lovely Mend>a 
(p. 90), Into which tho Schafberg descends abruptly on the right. 
We ascend gradualiy (tunnel), first on tho open hill-iide and then 
tlirougb wood, and turn to the right through a tannel 100 yds. long, 
— -MM. ScMr/iitip (1770 ft.) i the village (p. 95) lies below to the 
left (l/j M.). — Farther on tbe line is carried along the slopes by 
rook-Euttings and two tunnels, one of whieh, tho Eibmbtrg l\ifmd 
(1900 ft.), is Vt M. long. Beyond the wood-girt Krolemec weroacb 
{;l'l M.) Uultenitcln, with a chateau to the left (ascent of tho Schaf- 
berg, see p. 106]. We descend through meadows and wood (lo the 
left, aboTe, the Scbafberg Hotel) and then along the steep face of 
the bill (gradient 1:4), nith a lino view of the Aber-Sce. Beyond 
(23 M.) Billroth the line sweeps roond and reaches — 

aai/a M. Bt. Oilgen (1826 ft, ; 'See-Holtl, on the lake, R. 2-4 K. 
I'oH), an attractive village at the N.W, end of tho Abor-Soe. 

EicDBSioNf. •TalksnatalBVBnd, l-li/, In-. Wo proceed lo FOrliira 
rSbnir). Hither by Ileuner (10 iDJn.] or on fDot rDuoil the N. unil Df klw 
ill I'^Iif.). Theneg, pawine (10 min.) Iko BcHtgil Xat- 
13 R. high), we a«eiui to (be (V'j hr.) piK-rimiKc-chapdl 
°- WoTftiane, (The path lea^I nn, paailng tbo VfUk 


sU la pyramid, 
1 bermiUieB nf 

Jieulein, to St. Wolfeanc, H/, In 
>l tbe beelnntiiE of Uta lao 

_ .. ., ...._ .J lliBrigUt to (Vibr.) Iha 
AlKr-SM Rmsrama aod ('J min.) (be Stiiffal-Sllii, oil tbe top of tbe Fli- 

Fbok St-'Uiloh to euuDRa, ISi/i H. The mad panes (i'la H.) 

FaHhl (^70 n. ; BrMnmalrt), at the B. cud of the imall euiM-Bet, ucendB 

gradually (a (S'/i ».) ITo/nmtt.i Vott), and (heo deiceudi, piMloE Uie 

SoctMn, toffu|iv'i>'»nl(l935ft.i Brauliaos) hod (IS'/i M.) SnUfrtir^ (p. 96). 

The *AbeT-8ea or Bt. Vol^ng-Bee, a greenisb-blae lake 

(1800(1,), 7'/2M. long, I'/iM. broad, and 370 ft, deep, is hounded 

on the N, by the Schafborg, wbile on the 8,, beyond die wooded 

^^^t, riaa the Sparher, Hohe Zinkon, KSnIgsberghorn, and other 

^^■uresiiuely shaped mountaiDs. A Stbauhoat (preferable to thg 


, From Salzburg to Ischl. Aber-Sse. Bchafberg. 

SaltlmTff, see p. 96. Tbs statioii of tlie SBUksmmereut line it 
opposite tbe tikilway Sution (p. S63. For 1 time the Una 
runs pBTsllel to the Lini. rdl"sy, with the Unteisbeig, Hohe GBll, 
Oaisberg, md Nocksteio to the right, Befond (l</i M.} TtUing we 
ascend giaiusliy »nilil nood-tlad hlUe to (6 M.) Eugcndarf-Kaikam 
[1630 ft.). Tbe train then croSEes tbe upltnd plain, vith its mestt- 
onimd fuTos. BM.AVolicIcKn. Beyond (!0M.)AwenAcrsi(2040 ft.) 
we descend in windings, crossing the Fltchbach. — 13 H. Thalgau 
[1785 ft], a prettily situated little town on the FuacUcr A<^. To tbv 
K. Tlte the Schober, Drsche ostein, Schafberg, md Hollen-Gebirge. 
— 17Vg M. Bt. Lorens (1600 ft. ; Eaii, RatauTanl) ii the JonMion 
of die bunch-line (2Vi H. , in 10 min.) to Mondiet (see p. 96). 

Hem (19 M.) Ftovdierg the train readies the lovely Mondiee 
(p. 6.')), Into vlilcb the Schafberg descends ahrnptly on the right. 
We ascend gridDslIy (tunnel), flrst on the open tull-side snd then 
through woud, and turn to the light thioogb a tunnel 105 yds. long. 
— 'iOM. &h(ir/Vm?C1770lt); the village (p, 95) lies below to the 
left (l/i M,), — Farther on the line la carried along the tlopes by 
luck-cuttines and two tunnels, one of which, tbe Eiben'iiry TiaMd 
(191)0 ft.), Is y^ M, long. Beyond tJic wood-girt Krottruer we leach 
[ii M.) HHItfaacin, with a chateau to the left [ascent of the Scbat- 
betg, see p. 105). We descend through meadows snd wnud (to the 
left, abftTG, the Schafbere Hotel} and then along the steep face of 
Oia hill (gradient 1:4), with a line view of tbe Abei-See. Beyond 
(23 M,) BiUroA the line sweeps round and reaches — 

23V3 M. 8t. Gilgen (1826 ft. ; *Bec-BoUl, on (he late, ll.l-i K.; 
Po'l). an altrocii.e ■.lliage at the N.W. end of the Abei-See. 

Eicii:i4T--iK«. •TalfcaBstaiBTaBl. l-tVi In-- Ws uroMBd to FUricrr 
(Elmer), EilhM by Uamet (10 min.) or on fool round the ». »d d/ Uw 
lake lis BnKKiaiidril f/ibr.}. Thence, puaine (ID min.) tlia Sck^el Mc- 
nitml {a pyramid, 13 Jl. hfgli), we aioend lo tbe (i/i lir.) pilgilmagii-chsi 
and bermitage oC St. VaVfOm. (Tte palb leadi on, painiBE the Vil 
FraucBileig, la St. vmifgHv: H/i hr.) A marked pi^, aUrting at I 
precipicK al the beuiDHlne o[ tbe aaeeul, leads 10 theriebl la (Vihr.) t 
Altr^Btt F.m«riuiia and fj mln,] the Sth^dl-BUct, on tbe top of the Fl 


FiDM Bi. tiiLon TO SaMBuas. lSi._ ._ 
FaHU(31T0ft. 1 giTiinwrrO. Id theKeadoflbeami 

KMdually lo lO'/j" J H-fOlTOtl.! Posi), ani tbeo i._ _..__.„ ._ 

.v.vl>lfl->>, lo 0<>mimM~J(l999ft.i Bciobaiu) aod {WhK.) BaUtmri (p. SQ. ' 

The *Ab«r-See or Bt, Wol^an^-Bee, a greenish-blue I: ~ 
. IS0Uft.),7'/sM.loiig, I'/tM. broad, and 370 ft. deep, is bounded 
.:i Ihe N. by the Schafburg, while sn the S., beyond Ihe wooded , 
r1«c the Spurbcr, Uohe Zinkcn, K5nigsbergborn, and other 1 
oelj shaped mountaluB. A StaajiBOiT (preferable ti 

^^uDlu, lit 

I railway if time jjjowa] plies in sumlner 8-9 tliasB dailT, i: 
from St, Oilgen lin St. Wolfgang tu Sttobl, and vice vetBi ._ 

bout touehee llcBt at t'urberg (p. 103), on the E. bank, aud t]i^' 
BteeiB Toand tbe projecting Falktasleinujand (p. 103). On the 3. 
face of the Falkenstein, In red lettuie a yard high, ia id iiisuiip- 
tlun in boaoiu of tbe poet Vicloi ^aa Scbeffei. The next Eteam- 
bost-station ia at the BrSuhaui Lutg, on the W. side of (he laks 
(railway-itstion , see below], llie boat then desoenda the lake, 
pasBing the Villa Fraumsit'ti {!.), threadB the narrowa nf St. Wolf- 
gang, anii calls at the Station of the Schafbtry Bailvay and at Si. Wolf- 
gang (see below], Theuue ouf uourae lies past tbe Furiiliiein to Ibe 
terminus at SItdH, "/a M. to (he W. of the lailway-autlon (p. lO.i). 
Tbe ItAiLWAT leads from St. Gilgen along the S.W. bank of tlie 
lake to the slatioiis of (35 M.) Lueg(Be6 above) and (26 M,) Gsrhwandt 
and then iutecseets the flat delta of the Zmftrniieh. At (!!7>/i M.) 
I Zinkmbach we croas the stream. 281/2 M. Si. Wotfyang (Hotel 
I Eiiheriog Frwii Karl), the station for St, Wolfgang and the Schaf- 
I btrg Saibvay (ateamei to Che village in 5 uiin., to the mouiitiiu tail- 
' ay in 10 

Bt. Wolfgang (1820 ft. ; 'M6ltl-Ptnlion Ptltr, in an elevated 
I situation, R. from 2 K.-, "Wtiifea RStil, at the steam boat-quay, It. 
1 1 A'. 60 ft, -4 K. i Zwn Tourfflsn, Zimmtrbrau, botli well spoken of; 
I HiTfKh; Alter PtltrbrSii) la a considerable village, prettily aitnatei! 
I on the naiTon strip of shoro at tile foot of tbe Schafberg, 'Die Gothlu 
I church uontalns a iringed 'Altar-piece, carved in wood by M. Paelitr 
I inU81. IntheentTance-conitisafountalnnilhgaodieUerB(15]5). 
I 'Bchafberg (pBiO ft.), an isolated inase of Alpine Umesioae^ 
jiaiog between llie Abei-See, the Mondaeo, and the Attersee, coui- 
maniis one of the Qncat anil most picturesque views among tbs Ger- 
man Alps, A RjicK-AHD-PiNto!' Uailwav aaccndfl from St. Wolf- 
gang to (4M.] tbe top in 1 hr. (fare 6, down i, up and down 9 K.). 
— The railway-sUlion (*H6lel Peter lur Schafbetg-Bahn) Uea '/» M. 
I to the W. of the village, near tbe lighthouse. Soon artersturting the 
I line croeaes tbe DUUIiach by a viaduct dO ft. high and then leads to 
l.tbe W. through wood, with an average gradient of 1 ; 10. I'/i M. 
\ Station for water and passing. The lake siska farthet anS f^vr'ther 
beneath ua. In the TsJley to llielett lle-a the /JomerAlp(itl30 ft. ), 
Maguillcenl view to the 8,W,, embracing tbe HacbkBnlg, llohe Ooi:, 
Watzmsnn, and Unteraberg. Near 'the (2'/i M.) Schafberg - Alp 
(44tiD ft. i H6(el), which commands a splendid Tiew, the train quits 
the wood and ascends over tbe hare upper stopea. 3 M, Schofbrrg- 
miUen (ca. 4920 ft.), near Interesting sUlaotite Mvei (adm. 1 A'.), 
Beyond a tunnel, 110 yds. long (windows nhouLl bo closed), we reach 
the (4 M.) terminus SchafbtrgsfUse <,&6G6 ft,}. An eaay path leads 
liaace to (6min.) (he summit (/fat«i, B. 2-3 £.; rooms shoald^^— 
L ordered In advance by telephone from St. Wolfgang). ^^^| 


.. of Ibe Sftlikammerg 
Alpi of S(]-rU ond B 
Id WnfiniEF I 

The Railway to Ischl le>da from the atalion of St, WulfBang. 
(Beep.l04)»long thaAier-SM. In front risfi ihaSparlier md KeUen- 
kngel, in the barkground the Todte Oebi/ge. — 3t M. Strabl; [h« 
yiliagv ('aSlel nm Set, wltb garrten, B.21/]A'.; BTondautr; Aiffntr} 
anil steambiut-ndtatianlp. 101; to St. Wolfgang 1/4 ht.) lie Vs U. to 
the N,, at the E. enil of (he lake. Farther on we cjdis the Welitea- 
bach and pass [34 M.) Algen-Voglliub tai |341/, MJ Wocbt. We 
then CMU tbe iii^I, nnnlnp from the Aber-Se^, 10 (35 M.) jticbuu 
and recfdsa it to (36l/i M.) PfajMii (InnJ. The tratn now sweeps 
round to the S. and penetrates the CaliBrlenberg by a cunnal 770 yds. 
Inui;. At f38'/sM.)JroH(niaeA, M the 8,W. end o£ Isiilil, we paw 
oviT » viidiict. 130 id*, long, froea H.e Traun »nd re«h (iO M.) 
Is^hl (p. I(J7> 

7, From Attnajig to Ischl and Aassee vi& Gmnnden. 

IBM. R.ii,w*rli'(27V»«U«'*nniV.-21iri. (fareMf. ao, a/f, M, 1 C. 
iijfi.ll lu ll&tI.]AMuiiB i'/tH hn. (B« 70.4 K, 1(1, i S. b" A.I. — From 
VfMM TO Tiebl Tii Jltninir, 17B X., eipnai in 6>/, tarn. ; vii AmtuUn aaa 

jlAnanii, see p. 94, The railway Riosees llie jl^fr (on tbe right, 
SehloM Pud\liam, p. 94) and the Avracit, ami then rollnns the 
trailing Anr»ch -yallej t> (8 M.) Gmiinrfen. The etjlion (167B ft.; 
Bunrei) llet above the town to tlie Vf.. 1 M. from the lake (eleutrlc 
tiuniu'Ji) 10 the market-place, in '/« hr., 40 h.) 

Omundm, — Hoteli. •RAtel Ad>tb1a (PI. al, B. I/!, D, I K., ■ 
vut (PI. bl. H, a-ns., b'Ui DnnJaM, on Uie lake;«H 
(I'l-e). ll.B-ejr.; •HotimocaA (PI rt), on'balakE, withgarfan.B. i-BK, J 
L. 60*.! *Kboiiii iTl. c), Ftani-J(uer"-n«lI: 'Post; •OOLUKKUt Bboskbt 
Ifl. fii 'OuiDHi SoHNK (PI. K)i Si-uwAV, Oalliiiii-Plati ; OoLnaaia Hiuui 
(Pl.i), in iym.i.J.f/, plAin. — Oafei. ■Xur-finlm. fPI, ll. onlhataka. wIO 

Ibe Emlaoadat Srmdl. OiibSnt, ScMff. bolli in the E"lLfliu-'pUli. 

"■- ■ ■ ■- . - - - ctlo^ieuf ihB BiidJtogrl, E.ii-18. boan 





wilt one mwec eOfi., 
.. iK. BO, Kleine Kunm 

»lih'Dre''row^?^ J. a"™lli wo rowera Ifi.'l)". ' ""' ^" 

Omujidm (1399 ft.}, a pleaaaiit town (6200 inhabO and fivouritu 
BUmuei-reEort, is cbarmingl^ Eitntted al the efflux of tke Tnimi 
from the IraonsBB. Tlia Fariih Church iwntains an alut in can.;. I 
wood by Scbvanthalsi, of 1666. Handeome modern Froleaianl 
Chunk in the English Gothic alyle. The shady Esplanade fbanrl ,"< 
to 9. 11.30 to 1130, and 6 to 8; Simdays 11.30 to land 6.30 to 7), 
on the W. bank, commsndrj a ^ood aoivey of the lake: to tlislenia 
the wooded Grunberg (3195 ft,), then the TreuiMlein (5550 R), 
rising almost peipeDilicalsily from the lake , and the SVIofcoycl 
(5160 ft.) ; farther to the right. In the background, the Wildt Kagel 
(6866 ft.) and the KUine Sonmltin (3030 ft.), apparently terminat- 
ing the lake ; then the SormtUh^Hohe (3430 fl), the brutd Ftshrmta 
(3940 ft.), the Kranabtt- Battel (B60O ft) and the mUen- Qcbirgt. 
Pleasant gardens and Tillai in the onylrons. 

SuOBT Walks (loates nil Indicated by marki). To tbe H. tbelVihr.) 

I Oalwriaiterii (1075 rt.)i >" 'hs W. the •ffwhtoesl (ITIO ft.), with (plondid 

I vie* (iO Diin.)i >t iu S.W. base tbn T™™ Part (Bne views) and Iho 

I muiia.)'SaH>ri-JiHaai. a eharniini,' park; to the S.W. On (I'/iU.), with 

r tiro chltcanx, me on sn iilaod eonnutcd nitli Ibe maloland by abridge, 

' n yds. lone. To tba E. Baumgarlan (•/, lir,), lo tba S.E, Slbsmilk Qft hr.), 

on the slope et the Orlinbsi^, both with rsslitntanlj. On Iha ri^ht bank nl' 

Iha Traun lie the iliady KTat^rint-Hitiiilf-Aslaain (pleiaure-graunilB), 

nith iwo reftaurantf (Vi br.). On tbe hetiht Id tba ET ii Iha chSlBau ot 

the Duke of Cumberland, vrKli One ground! (nii admlMiofl). — On the 

B. bsnlc lie Uie A^muUlg (i/, hr.), OrStibttgl' Bat (V) br.), . 

(10 mio.J, Klcinc Samiuu (BO diId.), lie Bvim (IVi hr.]- and S 

UVi br.), all witb reilinraDls [Lho lest {oar are sleambual slatiooi). 

losoKB KioDHsioas. Through theSeturiPark (KB abo"el lo Uie(i';^br,) 
OmDndnet Berg (270[)n.; IIdb view; Inn al the t<ip)i descenil Lu (1 br.) 
IhB «sinrfl-jfa«« {Inn) in Ihe Aurach-Tal, and rotum by «6«mw*o- lo 
12 brl.) QmundEP. — Tbe -Xiaun FiUl may he liaited on lool l?'h »"■}• 
or belter by the Lambscb railway (p. Bl) or by one of UiBsJt-bawojihiit 
leave Qmunden Iwice weekly at El a.m^ descend lo tbe Oil in i'/i br., 
nms it by moans ot Iba cenal Cder Oule Fall'), and land pasiMgers 'U lir. 
tower duwD (a novel and pleaBBul trip unite wKlioul bDKeri fore S A'.), 
Tbe return is made by train. - Across the ffimmclrrirJ-ITiM" RMO fl-), .in'l 
the BachgticMrr (3140 ft.), wilb a view of tbe Elaeieniof the Dachdein, l- 
Ibc (3V. li".) Landacb-Bea (2890 fl ) -, return eilher by Frinul im Bolt (Z br-.). 
cir tiy (!'/< hr.) tlie SHInt BanuBU (see above), anil by sleunbost Ib.M. 
laGuiiindea. Fluger-potU on this ruute, go that ■ eulAa m>y be dispitti , 
with. — TrannitsiD (MM fl.), aiccniled in 1 bra. from Laiiiaiislieee. iotrr.' 
iai (E'llde necessary, 8 ff.). Ttio Alpm, 
a muenlflcent view, parlicQlsrly <if IL 

li'KOM Gmcniibm to Isckl (eteaniboat lo Ebensec in 1 hr., fsiea 
i K. 70»ndl K. 40*., preferable to tbe taUway; tink. 
available both for the Etenmboit and the train). Th 

■ the left) passes the hack Of the Dnke of Wiirtemb» 
Villa, and at Altmuniter approaohei tbe beautiful 

!Iii (Ihs bigbait peak) corama^nt . 
Tote Oebirge and the Dachalcin. 

issued I 

(1385 ft.; 7Va M. long). — lO'/s M. (from Altnang) Ebentvtier, 
with s chateau (now a gicU' school); pretty relrospei:t of Qmunden, 
with llie Trsunsleln lo the left. TIio scejieiy becomes more aevete 
H^ the S. end of tho lake is ippioiched. ttehind the TrannEtein ara. 
the Bochkogel (4865 ft.) and the line cone of the Ertukogel (6160 ti.}. 
— 13 M. TraunkiTCken ,- shoot >/< M. from the station, on a beantlfoll 
bay, la the 'iSlein Inn. The train nej.t threads two tuntieU an4' 
reaches (li'/a »■) TncunkiTchensce , the station for the i-Ulage 
Trannkirehan iPottj BargitaUtr), charmingly situated on a penin- 
siilB. The rhuich contains a quaintly raired iroodcii pulpit in tbs- 
rorm oF a ship, with nets and Dah. 

The train passes through a short tannel, and then the Sfirmaltia 
Tunnei, 1570 yds. in length, and stops at (17 M.) Eiauee-Land- 
ttngiplalt (Post, Backeiniit), a steam boat-etation, It the 
tbe Traun, and reaches (l?^^ M.) Ebaiuae-Balinhof (1395 
ficsfanrant), a prettily sitnaled place of loino Importance (5860 In- 
hab., including Lgnghath), with salt-works and a large aramonia- 
factoiy. The bcine evaporated at Ebensee ts brought from lechl and 
UallBtatt (p. 110} In wooden pipes, 

EncDRsiniit. Fleaianl wilki on the left banli a( tbs Trann, alos'^ Ihe 
brins-candull, 10 (>/< hr,) ths Bliinto^l Hotel, * Onu puint of view, op- 
nu-ille tbe itatlan o! tbst dbdic (lee below}. — Tha 'Lanibath Lakga 
(2V' hra.) doiervo a visit (omDlbui ttom itit. Ebmiaue Liii>~batli to Ibe 
Vunlers Sec Iwlcs daily, returning from tbe K»b, lliere and hick 3 A'.). 
Tbe road »9cend« the Laigiath-Tal Wi (1V> U.) Ihe Knh (2130 ii.; InaJ 
and (1 B.) the I'drdim Laugliaih-Sri (2315 fl.l, wlienoo a looliialli laadj lo 
tbe imallcr bat flner (•/, br.) aMtr« Set Cmi n.). 

The line now asceniis the valley of the Traun. lO'/a M. SUtakogl, 
at tbe nioDth of tbo Trauatceinmbaoli-Tal, 6 M. up which lieE tlie 
plctuiesqua Offaaet. — 24 '/i K. MiUa-WtUtinhiKh (road 
Atiersee, p. 95). Near Ischl the train crosses the Traun. 

27"/s M. Iiohl. - Hrteli,«oii EiiaiKETs tPl. 1), K. 
1 K. a1 1., omolbu]! 1 K. I -HiiiiL B*UBB (PI. 2}, cliarralngly iKuati 
il>^ill;hl above lash), batb 111 elBUi ■Ooi.iiKiii:sKuuilFI. S), 3.3-6,1 
■I'usT (Fl. 3), R. a-GA.) HdTiL AuSTKU, oa tbe Eaplioadei -V 
(PI. 4), It. a-h K.; KuiiEuao Fhux Cari. (PI. 6}; EaisKuaoxu [PI. Bl( 
tbe lul rive wllb eardeB-ruIauranM; UCt.-Fessidh Eddulfsiiuub, HiCh 
cafi^-ruUurant, kt the end of Die Eiplinade, B, fioin 3, peni. from 10 JC. - 
S«coiid-cl»M; STtUK (Pl.l) i BiimeoHiiB Ho» (PI. B), clo. — Pkbbius Fiomj 
lli>TKi,a Gaaiiii Eahudsb, Atas!', Ubudkli. — Br. Ua-litn'i UsdnfalUi 
t'liaitithineul, 'I, U. from (be end of Ihe BsplanBde, penBion [n>m 1)3 £. 
per week I Dr. WiHur', BtdrefiVItU., Eiplanade ( Kalian bacb-Sir. II), 

OtU; «t(. •Kv^Seiatt, wilb eaf^, reDdine-roaiu, vie. (tee p. i< 
Cafi Hamiaarr, appoiile the Post Buteli tValln; EanliinadE i Xauair, 
---•--' •-( RuMf^Ohi (eee above). — Bail. Siilewa 



1, lej during tbe Hui 

TMtsn' fas (Enrbui}. Belweea June Ul pad Sept. 30th eanb vjiilo: 
vbD« ilai eneeedi 3 dava payi a weekly lax ofiR. Fur a stay at!! d*ri 
ir more a 'Kurlaxe' of 16 K (wife 6, elillAcen 2 A ) ond a muiic-tan ol I) A 
eacb addil. member of a hmilj 1 S.) are eioeled. — Tbe band pUy> fi 
.be Budolfi-OuIDD (or, in bad wealher. In tbe Trlokballe) from T to S 
'torn 8 10 9 In tbe Eurbana-Park orBaali from 13 lo I pjs. un Ibe KtpU 
wlsi BDil (run a Id B.SO 1b the Uarbniii-Park or Saal. 
KiAuTiateb From the alalloD to Ihe town, wllta one hone 1 K. SJk., (W( 
baa3S.;alnl<;lil I A. 30 or 3 AT. BOA.; to tbe station 3 or 3 A. ; al nlEtal 


EngllBb OhucQli Suvioa (□ ibe .'esson 

l!cM (lS3a ft.], the central iiaint o( She SalEksiiimergut, heou- 
tifull; Bitoated on a peniasuU formed by the Traim anil the iadit, 
ifl now u highly fsshionablo rcaort. Pop. 2300. BeBliies llio salt- 
baths (whluh eontiin TA per cent of salt) there ue nind, sulphur, 
pine-uone, Tapooi, anil other hatha, In addition to the whey'Cnre and 
the saline and ■lilphnreoUBdiinking-spclaga. Well-kept walka, vith 
Ehady resting-pluveB, intersect the beautiful valley in all direcUnns. 

The shady Oahnhof-Straese leads (looi the station past the Bu- 
dolfl'Qarten and the Po«( Office to the ParUh Church {PI. 11), built 
under Maria Theresa and adorned with altar-pieces by Kopelwieser. 
In the Eaiser-Ferdinands-Platz aie the Ttinkhaile [PL 12), Vitli a 
uovered promenade, and beyond it, to the right, the ICtrcriaii and 
.the Gindabad. To the left are the eitensiTe Salt Wotka (Pi. 13) and 
the Sall'WaUr Vapour Bath (Pt. 14). 

From the Kaiaer-Ferdiiianda-Plati the PfarcgaEse leads to the W, 
to the Fraiix-Cad-Flatx, -nbich coiitultiB a handaome bronze fountain 
in memory of the parents of the Emperor Fran: Joseph, and to the 
Traun Bridge. On the leCt bacik of the Trsnli at this point begins 
the Sophten-Eaplanadt, with Hi pleasant avenues, confectioner'^, 
and cafrf, — In the Wirer-Park la the KuT-Saltm, with c*fe- 
restanrant, reading-room, etc. To the E., In the Wirer-Strasse, is a 
cohisBa buat of Dr. Wirtr von Rittet\bach (d. 1844), who ftist 
brought Ischl into notice. — In tlie Schutgasae (No. 7) is a sniall 
Muitum (adm. on Tubs., Thnrs., & Sat, 9-13, 40Ji.), with natural 
history specimens and other objects trom the SaUkammergut. 

WALii. The •Impirial Villa, with III buaiitifiil garden, and erouods 
(na almilalon durlnE llie cc^idenCE of IhE fainily, aanill; frani JaJf to 
UeplismUsr), — The Jfm Sdmalnau (IViH), a cuti to tha left of the road 
to Ebaniee. alTordd a good view uf licbl. — The *3opkitiu~^pP^tftol^ 
{aSii Tiaw of rseW, the D.cUilfin. jiiiil thp HI, Wnlfgnna-TaO ""aj be 
ratobed in i/> "r. Thl" walk ninv ■ /. Er.J ■floe»ii«B- 

JVeirlaftorS (>/i hr.), or to Ihc I- f-l and by tbe 

Biianai Inn (I bp.). — To tho ■■>, ■ .ri-nbrrg to tho 

(l/l br.) JAornMtM (o.nK). — Ftom . l)i the Fraiies>. 

JKJeput fi-oJImBoclrall. nHitioEli- ; i i . . \ .i<„.Fra«i-Joitf'- 

iof(iiir.nt'ii<i,r ■ -.».«.. 

Thron^b lb« vail ay 



IS : Ascent of the •SMuitiyfil or fTmidjtiVfl (1960 ft.; i/i hr.] ; fiaeai 
' ot L-chl JiDd Itg DDciioni from llis Kafitr-r<v**-tMtft-Want (amall 
inrant). — Acmu the 8Uii/ild-Br«cU Is IhefVibr.) fiiflofiaeA jnil(cafi>) 
the [V, br.) Uttlrnkach-Wil-laitt (■ pcstiy railne]) rolani by Bltfttn't 
dtilf (Hon tIrwI In fl. far.! Iichl. 

■. BITO ft.), i M. We follow Ibe 

Pti'ufa, where ptfmiMlon to 

l9 procand al tbe mlnlBB-ofOeo. Tbt mine, an laTBetlon 

l>/f br., codHiiM or n boriaanlal nhnfli or fptlleriu, dde 

Fbob Isoal. TO AnasHE. The train [»iawa to the right) 
to the right bank or the Traiui (short tunnel), sbirta the lis-ie of the 
aMu»liogtt (p. 108) , iind recrosses the Trann. SO'/a M. Zanfen. 
The pictureE que Tillage (IfiTO ft,; •Rojsi; Krone) lias on the opposite 
liank. 1/4 M. to the S. The rapids of the Trsun here are called the 
'Wilde Unfen'. — The train again i^roises the Trsiin. ai'/a M. An- 
icnou. — 33'/a M, Ooiaem (If'UO ft.; Fetler'i Hottl, E. from 2^.; 
QoiiCTer A/uAlc ,- Banuauer; Zur Warthurg^ Bar), a (^OTisiderable vil- 
Uge(lMO iiih»b.), cDntainlng the large it Protestant nommunity 
In the Salzkammergut, and frequented a a summer-resort. About 
1/2 M, la tbetj. U the JHuTle-VaUrit-B-d, nith sulphurous and 
Iodine eprinRB, — Sri'/s M. Siig {Goldnes Sohiff), at the N. end of 
the Lake of Eallitatt [p. 110). The train skirts the £. hank of the 
lake, the line, hO ft. above the vrater, having been benn at places 
in the preeipitouB rocka of the Santein IfiiW ft.]. 33 M. Qoidu- 
mii/ilfp. 111). 391/8 M. WafWoH, opposite the »lllsge of that name 
[p. 110).— 41M. ObMtr»iui[1676 ft ; 2um Suritfin), at theS.E. 
Jingle of the lake. 

The line now runs, skirting the base of the Sarstein, through the 
vild and narrow Koppea-Tal. The train passes through a tunnel 
and cKiBsea the foaming Xraon three times. The gorge expands, 
and we soon reaoh (48 M.) the station of Auaitt [WW ft.-, Raltn^y 
Keataurant and Hotel), at Vnttr-KainUch (salt-works), about 1 M. 
lo the S. of the town. 

Antiee. — Hottla. 'HaGKiNCia'a YliisL Kaiieb vo9 Oii9TiBaiIcH; 
■F.uiHaszou PBam CasL IPiitr); -EiuaiLasaa JoEiasNi Ronsk; Wtlukk 
Hum; Pkhsion H«a>cH; pEHSinH Skahwald. - KurHaa, with le.^Uiintnt, 
reodiBl'-rODni, etd.. In Uic Uoucry Promenade. 

Oab^'UTallisitaUonlolbelowii^, -witblwobonenSf-i to ll^e Qrundl- 
Gce. ot to Jlt-Aouee, as.tOU.orSK.i tbers and back, wliu ita; uf 1 hr., 
14 or 13 K. ; to O.tHi Tli Onmdl-Sile and hadk ('(onr af tbe Ihiee laku'). 
with ilai of 1 br., 8A'. CO ot IS AT. SOA.t eacb >ddit<>>Ba] boaft ttay 
1 ff "M*. orSK. ThpiB tires (nclnde Ihe drlvef-l fte — OmnrOui from the 

AuMr-(!(2!30ft.), a Rtyrian market'tnwn , charmlnglr situated 
■ n ihn Traun, is mueh visited as a watering- jilaee (salt-baths, etc.1 
>rifl summer-resort. The small BpitaOcirche contains a good winged 
.Uar-piecB i>t 1449. — A little to the N., on the road to Alt- 
Anasee, la *Dr. Schrtibir's Kw-Arulatt Alpenktim, and about V2M. 
fanher on is the 'Badc-Mttl Elisabeth (R. from 3, board 8 A".). 
"-ctHuoni, — -To ALi-AuaBKi (3 M.(, a drira ot '/i ht. (catriaaf, 
iie)i (MDDibui Ibrtca dallr from (be rail way-nation (1 S iOA.). 'lite 
he EtlHbcUi Promeoaile aoii Paver Prnnipnale piererablE far wilk- 



110 Boulefl. HALLSTATT. SaUkammergvt.^^ 

inE i 1 hr. 10 mlnO followB (lie vooitH valley □[ tbe Jit-jwirtr r^aun lu 
All-AiiH<e ('iBHUirl, gn Itae like, &. from 3 A'.), Dn Ibe chkrmine .411- 
Avttie Late (3320 (t., Dverilmdawea b) Uie preciiiltDDB TriCFBElwlnd iin 
the E., the Tteaieualcii] an Ibe 3., sud Ilie Tdaer anil Buidling on Ibe N. 
Tbe lake is iklrled all tbe na; toDnil by tbe Enbenog Franr, Carl Prri- 
mBn»de, *'/■ ". long. The artvlne (on fool >/, br,, by boat '/i br,), at 

' To TM 6h™""kb V^"ll,),™beiutifo] driie of'n/i lir. (as far as 
Bcbramml'slnni candagej, seeabovBi ooinibu. fbur flnisa aally, fare 1 S„ 
fmin the Elallon I £. ISOh.). Tbe roai leads for Ibe most part tbrough wood, 
Bkirtlng tbe Grundltee Traiin, »bjeb it crosses at tbe (a H.) fiiBtiawi (Id 
IkerUbl, Ibe lltUI BfUiDiie, wllh tine view), and tben along tb« lake to tbe 
It M.] aeui ScAt'Ominf (generally erowded in aummer), a ubarmiDB w^Bt 
of view. The Onndl-Ees (23125 fl.), 3>/. M. lonii and i/i U. wide. Is eoclosed 
by M-ooded moiintains and alionndi in flab. Tbe E. backgronnd la fonneA 
by Ibe bare predplcu of Ike Tuli aAirgt. The road neit leadi put Ibe 

to {IK.) Iba beautiful •TeplUe-Sa (mo n.), 1V< *>. long (boat acrosi 

Ibe lequestered Sammir-S'i (Wl ft.}, in a grand sllaalion at' tbe base 
the Tote Gebjrgc, Tbli 'Drei-Seen-Taur', or lonr of Ibe tbree lakes, mai 

8. From laehl to Hallatatt, and to Abtenan 
Oolling via Qosan 

n tO-bD m 

a aai^H 

Hallitatt iBEe^ueO and Qoiao-Scbmied every motnlni Iniumner In H^bR-., 
retnminE In tbe aftemoODt fare U, Ibere and backlA', — CaaiUAeE froin 

" ■■■ ".orsea MJf frnoi 

teeg- tiiOLdDea acniuj ia or ^ JT {Yet in- 

JiM to JfdlWuK in 21/, bn-,, 

21 K.i (0 Ooiaa (Rrandwlrl) !n 3Vi lin., 14 X.BOoiH e. 

Schndfd in 4 bm., 1G S. 30 or 28 ff, «)*- ar ' "-' — - '-" 

niiecm daily in' 4 bn. l3 K. IDA.); 
, av. br;-. [ilL — - 


from Abtenau la OQllinii lirlce dally in 

RaUway tiom UM to (IVj^ M.) MaUstalt sUCioD, ten p. 109. 
The HaUttHlttr 8a or 'Lsks of Hallitntt ( ifflO Ft.'), wliivh )b 
5 M. long and Va-^ M. biag,d, ie hounded on three sUea by Inftj 
mountainE (E. the Snrstein ; 5. (he Krlppenstein, Zwiilferkogel, and 
Hirlsti; W. the flasaan, Uosanhals, and Hameauer Qebirge). 

EftUitatt (^mitl KaiiK, with Icrrace Qn tbe take, .11. 2-7 K.; 
Oriiner Baum: Zur Simonylaitle, well spoken ofi Adter, plain), a 
long village (740 iuhab,. '/j Prot), lies -wllliiii ^ery narrow limiu 
between tbe hillside and the lake. In (be middle of the village the 
MUhlbach forms a waterrall. The old P-irWi Church cnntBiiie an altar 
In carved wood o£tbe 16tb tent.) numerous gkulis are preBervsdtnJ 
tbe oasllaTy, Tn the former 'GeriJiigiMehnue', or prison, if ■ ^HH 


^ BalxkammtTgut. GOSAU. 8. Routt. HI 

MuHum [open 8-)2 und i-8i fee 40 /i.), ttilh Celtic Bntiqnifles. A 
road leads to the S. to [I/a M.) tbe Lahn (Inn), a bqibU plain foimed 
by tlie aUaii&l depoeiU of ttie Waldbach, v»b the Salt Worla. 

ExcnKsioNB. — The BojoUatnini (THUD ft.), occnpied bf Uie msna^u 
of Ibe Bilt-iDlne. fa reieheA by a good ligias pilh In I tar. (taorseT, la the 
mine e X. lOh.). THe Ullle farden in front of (be lioaie alTordi k Bob 
Tlew of the lake. E.cavaUons made ulnce ISIB have broucbl Id llRtat an 
ancient bntial-erouDd In Ihe tlcinitf. Tbe gravel [of vihich inorfl Iban 
SWO have been oiiened) an probably tbose of Celtic fall-minen of IbeSrd 
or Kb ceot. B,C. HumaroHi relic., eipeclally bron7e onamenls, bare been 

Muaeam «i Vie^tTl^. WjISTd °n"he M™™"BrLrni |p. ^7l>''> '^b" «re 
nlJO a fevr in llie lisll.tBlt Xaieum (eee abore). — Tbe mlniDe-oncca ud 
(he eolrancs to Ibe EallMII Ball Mtm (SSTS It.) are nuobed in Vi br. more. 

(p.7c8; tioketl'of iiim. ol ^e'otBce.^" "* 

The -Waldbaeh-atrub (2060 ft.), In the vell-vooded Ecftrn-Tal. 1 lir, 

3(« ft. tbrou'rb a =lefi in iha roekj. Tbe BAIeltr FaU, of nbo^l Bi)ii«l'heigbl, 
dcMcndi inlo Ihe same abyij. — A piclarejque patb CMnlerslelg') lead" 
nlnn« tbe Waldbuh from Crtaao-i Inn (bairway ibrDiii;li ibe Echsrn-Tal) 

Mouxuffl Abgehtb from HilKlall (Ptauen, BarMa, DaOaltta, iHo.). 
tee BanJiltr'i Xaiiirn Alpi. I 

The road from IUh.statt to Q. 
fiOjnu-Ztoonj {see below), '/i M. li 
rerry to tlie station, Bee p. lOQ), at the month of the Ootau-Baeli. 
(I'cdeBtilalu ahoald take Ihe more inttreitins SoolcnteUvngi-Wtg 
1 1/* hr. longer), or patb hy the brine -conduit, which leeilB from the 
ltn[|olfEturm along Ihc mountain -si ope, with a constantly varying 
liow of the lake ; at the Qoaan-Zwang it joins the road.] The road 
now tuma to the W., pnnaeB nnder the Gniiru-ZiDonp (an nqueduct, 
146 yds, long and 140 ft. high at its highest part, by which the suit- 
water condtilt rroBBea the valley), and ssrende the narrow wooded 
ravine of theOo»au-B(KA. Nearthe long village of(8'/BM.)V(irder- 
GoiKti (^10 ft. ; BrandwiTt) the nalley expands, Towards the 8. 
tuwur Ihe h.-uren pinnacles of the lionwirrlcBgel (t>730 ft.). Tha 
carriage-road ends at (3 M.) aoiau-Scimlcd (2&40 ft. ; •Iiin). 

We may ascend on foot tbrougb tbe wood (o tlic (>/< br.} Iieautirul 
«rESD *7erd*rg Oaun-Sc* (39S0 ft.), i IC. lane, '/» M. broad, lumiuDded 
by woods. To tbe S.B., in tbe taackfiroiind. towers (be lofty Bacbitt^ln 
Willi tbe Iwo Oduu Olacieri i la (bi riglil tbe Tari(ein and U^inncrkugclB. 
About 6'/t K. fartber up Ihe T»II«y jferry to tbe uppji' end of ilie Vurder* 
s>e «l«.j Ih tbe Ilebl-grKn •HhiUre 0cnii-«w 0190 ft.), a take abOHt 
' tbe Klr.e of the Vordere See, grandly and wildl; sl(ua(cd. 

Fbom GuBt,u TO Ahtbnau, 13 M. From Toidei-Oosau the torul 
ry beto'een Upper Austria and tbe proTinee of Salibnig, then It 
<l"'rende vU (2>/t M.) Ruubacli-Say (IG^O (t.; two Inna) to the 
{:>».) LamoicT-nrufkt ('/s M. to tbi; S, is the Zwieeelbad, Gee 
],. HI), and re-aaoends to (3 M.) Abtenao (2330 0,; Poat; Roitt 
Ocl^\ a Yillaee of some aize. 

Th^ route over (lie -Zwiei^l-Alp jMBfl fl.) b, 1 
^KUia above mentioned road rtrom <iD'aii 3, lo 





(0 AMeiuu flJT.). The hrMle-pnlb Ciom Gnsaa, iaaiaia 
j\, dlvergen ta ttie rl^ht fcom Ihe ioii4 dsiit ths ohhrcU iini 
dually, ebiefly Ihcoii^b WDna. At the tool of tha p^ak, be 
,l>c puh to tbe ri^>t luda to flie (!"/. lin.) Ed-Mp (tTIO fl.| 
low Uie aunimlL The mneninccnt •inw Inelndu tl>B Dub 
l«[Di with Itie Qdsbu-TiI (Dd. its liik^s fix beloi'-, tn tl 
m elinlii frusi Ihe HocbalpciiFpitee to Ihe eiO's-alocWnei 

llnally Ihe CDtariber(. — TheUBKenl (red wiy-mnrkil lendit tlirOfleb wond 
Bnd piM PBveral fsrnx" to tbo (I'/i br.) ionwMv-ilrfljtt. Wa may cilbcr 
cmsB Ihe bHdi'B xuA follow Ibe land direct tu (>V' M.) 46'««ki ,' df. «Ulin<tt 
oruraing, follow Ibe eact-trkck 10 the rigbt lo the (H/t X.-) •Hiltt Zmlcitl- 
bad, Hikb ■ mineril ipiiog end bUhs. in b qolet aad sbeltered nituatlun. 
Tbo FQad bencB Juim tbe C/s X-] Qoa&u rosid (see nhuve), >ad In t) U. 

Abtijnad to Oolt.ino (11 M.; diligence and tirriages, lee 

. p-llO). The road leads to tbeN.W. to i)o((*rho/-!in'l 1,1 VaM.)«"M- 

'fi and then deicends into the deep and neU-wooded valley nf 

I the Srhoanliaeh, which it CTOEees nc&riujanction wlththe Lamnwr 

I (.I'/gM.)- Wethen follow the leftba.nkotthelatier,paBBing[V4M. I 

the Voglau Inn. Vn M. Dridge ai^rnss the Ijaminer, cioBsing which 

«i9it the (liA M.) 'Aubaeh Fall, vhich deBoendB over ^ 

rocky wall intliree Etnges j'raiD abelght ofiSUrt. {4QA.)- Abnnt 

1 H. fattber on, to the right, 'helow the road, Is thefit. Ytil's 

I Bridge, whirh affords a line view of the wild 'Lummer-Ofin. Tho 

, roail desfendH to (1 M.) the Lammer - Briicki (BrQekenwirt) and 

follows the right bank to (3 M.] .Spftefou and (_3 M-l QaUkig (p, 117 1 

9. From Salzbnrg to Berchtesgaden. Xonigs-SsQ. 

From Berabtesgaden to Banlfalden. 

mk 13 or W K. ; U (he Kunlea-Bce tnd back IS of ZX K. (Tialt la llie mI(- 
ine; included in eaeb uiie). I'ho drive rrom SalubvrE and beck, Willi 
visit 10 tbe »Blt-miaen, ocfunlea R bn. A inpi]!!' ot amUl cbftusa in 
crmau mane}- will ha ro;ind ti«efu1. 
The Ptfam TiiAMWAif ('Sab.bnrger l.oeslbahn' i p. 90") leads 
I throneh tdr- ■,;],:,^h fif v^„„fft„i( (p, 100], pissei (iMj muhntnn 

(p. ItfJhiii.i I 'V ■ 1 "'■,.t,„r.]iie™r[i;V*M.1'i''0i*Ji'ri5r""- 

I haiiB; L.M. '■ . I III.! Lt\lfrfhcrg [p. 103), orosaes Iha 

I AtmCaii.'' ■ . ■ I. ■ l.l'urg frniii tbe Ache, whlth drains Ihe 

Konigs-Si-i 1,-i M. lin- riKht is the old chSteau nl Glimeck, 

behind whiili tn»(>rs the pointpd //Dc/u(au/CTi[ii816fl.); on the lea is 
the ScKmidtcnutem [6ii(i5 It.}, resembling & caMle. The line eliiri^ iIk' 
Aim Oanal | cement- worki] and reaches lis ternilniiB at the slaiinn 'il 
(8M.) 8t, Leonhard (1685 ft, ; Bataurant). On tbe hiU lo Iha left ia 
Srhlois Oarttnau, above Che prettily-Eitnated village of St. I eonU^H 

^* BEBCIITESGADEN. a..BeuU. 113 

Oo &e lielit, neit the (6 min.) Rutouranl Drach<nIoeh. btgh 
up In Ibe tide or Ih« Uniprsberg, is the curious opening cslled Ihe 
Dradiailoch f'dngon's bole'). A luirow defile, traversed bjr the 
Ache, between the i'nlecabeig ami Ihe N. EpDi of the Hoht GoU, 
now leidi to the iliitrict of Bercbtesgaden. Ilie botnidarj U rotmed 
b} the Bangtitdf 8ldn (1490 tt.\ > cliff lidng aboTe the Ache. The 
Anatiiui cnEtom-Etttiun is on this side ot Ihe fliff - the Baiarian 
Elatioi] ia IM. brther on, neu uiold lower. — J'/t M-Behdlenbarg 
(1560 ft.; 'FottiUi Unlenbtrg). — The ro»d follows Ihe d^t bank 
ol the Ache, and reaches (he C^'/l ^0 i^I'iAacft-fflinnm HiUl 
(L660 (L), witere a bridge on the rigbtleads t« the Atmbaeli-Klaemi, 
a piclnrexque gorge leeenlty made accessible as far as Ihe |_|l, ( br.) 
TTttraien- Klaait. Aboat >/' M. befoad Ihe hotel the toad l>am 
IfaUein *ia ZiU (p. U7) joltis our road on the left. The laUey oi- 
panda, and the Grout and KUine Walanann, with the Welanann 
Olnria between them, soddenly appear. Crossing Ihe Larotbath^ 
and then the Ache by the l^Va U-) ^iniann-Brudct, we soon obtain 
(Vl H.) the fl»t glimpse of BerchleBgaden, deligbtruUy dtniled on ' 
the biUside, and sorrounded by meadows and trees. Abont t 3 M. | 
Tartbet on. at a finger-post indicating the way to the 'Salzberg 
und Kunlg!-See', a toad (the direct looie to the Eonlgs-See) leads 
across the OoUmlack-Brfickt to (1/4 M.) the Skit Kiiio (1740 ft.). 
A Ti»T to Tua Bu.1 Hisi (akei ibout an honr. Ticket Cor Uw npilv 
tHpi allCi^a.n. and 1.30 p.m., 2 Jl»ch; at otber boar*, ^iiieaiB. lo 
7 p.m., KpanlB lrtp« for bdI Itis than 8 pmom. 3 Ji each (lickctf at 
tha mibiiu-officc, oppo«it4 the eDlratic«..9haft). Viittora of aeh me arfl 
-J _,.» — ■_._ _._^ ._! _=.u ]„,,ras The mine ia 

sahal (eebl; b; n^Bcra' 

The mine ties »bout ^,', M. bom Berchtesgaden. to which th« 
BergtBtrks-AlUt leads. — The Salzburg road, leading straight on 
from the Goldenbach bridge, erodes the Otrnbaeh (on Ihe left is 
tbe Mattrhtigtl, a massive rock commuiding a beauUrnl Tien), and 
aaeends throngh the inbarb of Nonntnl to (I M.) Beichtesgaden. 

16'/l hi. BerchtsigadsQ. — Hstela. 'Gauro HiJtil t KcsnAns, 
wall fltnatcd, K. 4-7, board 6 ^.- ■Btu.ivDa, B. 3-6, B. 1, O. 3, pcnilDn 
»-il^; KnmoTEt. WTTTiuaacn. E from2>^ peoi franiS^.- ISCTiiiES 
or FocT, R. 2-9 Jl, B. TOpf.: Viu Juumi»<i, with gardca and view, 
K. i% pcni. G.S Jl: nat-raoBaa Uana; H«t.-Ker^dui'T BimHor, peo!. 
T-iOUr, ScflwaaaswiiT, rena. MJl, both nar [lit nation ; SrirnaaLuai 
Kaoni ITiniuua, Bia, Hiuch; WAtzun; TuniuoBn. — FnnilaBa. 
OaiGEBlSusBori Villa HiiaaTai Vu.La Kuia; LciTroLD; W^iLpbcrr; 
Qaai«Tmi; FeuTXHiTiiat Wame, etc. Fatia. ViLU Oncuar; Kilteh 
.. fiTEiim, and Bioim. gn the 


LUna, etc., In Sdninan (p. US), Mobiti.. 8t 
llppta Bal(btr« (I'/.-i'/i br,). - O^V /S»l*w. 
fTftMatacft, at ttin S. end uf Ihe town, wllli II 

Bear Ae Foal; 

Vti-nt Waraa la wood, twae, aad i' 
u been ftaioii* foi ccstnriu, are kepi In 

^^F 70, 

?14 Eoul^S. 

OuriftBei. In 




iou"l^''mo«)i toS" 
11 J! 10 or le^TOpF 
13 ^ 40 or 2D ^ fo 

i (1 ^; to Iha irfmioc 


EwrffOBl of 

•I, lir., with OQB horae 

uik, with 
r eaDh aid 
back tV. 


Dd 1 Jl. To ttis KUnti/i- 

, , Btaleru, 11 Jt 40 pf. 

or*n J, 
twice dai 

ly in «am 

pf-; 10 SHcicahall -via 
MoraflJIBypf. Fee. 
slation (0 KUnlgt-See in 

u July and Augiigt fratd Iho fidliil Uellevue (S'/i . 
lliecc and tiofk), 

£iitUih Olinreli Service !□ Buminef. 

rBtfcMti^adm [1375 rt.*), a small BaTBilan town with 2600 in- 
h«b., was down to 1^03 the seat of sn independent provostrj', « 
secledistlcsl principality (iGfi eq^. M.). Tbe hsndsome old abbey U 
now a royal ctinteau. Tbe Aibirj/ tJharth posieasee Romancsi^ue oloid- 
teiiottlie l^tb cont.. carfed bUUs, etb. Pleasant public gardem. 
ThaLuUpoldPark, in front of the royal villa to the S. of the town, 
wu embellished in 1393 nlth a. tiiome Slalue of Princt Luitpolii, 
Regent of Bavsria. This point commands a fine view ; to the left 
the Schwarzort, Uobe Qiill, and Uoc.hbrett, in tbe backgroand the 
Stuhlgebirge and SebfinfeldspitzB, to the right the Kieine and Otajse 
Watimann and tlie Euchkalter. In the valley, on the Ache , arc 
extensive Soil Worfca and tlie Station of the lUichtnhaU Baii<eay. 
Beri'htesgadeo Ja a tery favourite suinmer-reeort, and tlie environs 
alToi<t an almost inexhausilble variety of beautiful walks and e\- 
turaiaiiB (comp. Biiedeker'i Eastern Aipi). 

vaUgy of Bercbte^eftilen, pullcularlj Ity eveoiog-ilebt. 

The gem of thl; district is the clear, daik'gceea **Eoniga-8ee 

(1975 ft.), or Lalie of St. Bartholomtic, 5 M. long and '/j-l *•. 

bloail, tbe moet beiutiful laka in Germany, vying in grandeur nith 

tlio^e of Switzerland and Italy. Some of the sunoundlng mountains, 

which rise almost perpendicularly from the water, are 0500 ft in 

^^ height above the laice. The toad croz^se9 the Aube neu the sUtion. 

^^K *Bcellds for aboat 3/l M., and proceed E on the same level aloii^ the 

^Blillsidc to [3 M,) tbe lake. 

^^B At tHe WenAiiIi, 1 H. Ciom the >lWion by Ibg new road, aootUer r.i..t,' 
^^Bdivergea lo tb« riehl, leadinc PW' Vnknlaa (Inn), with a cliiteau ami 
^^H park of CdudI ArcD-Ziaiieberg (uoi accessible), Tim roads unite a^ain almiK 
E '/i "■ I">'^ <be lake. — Pedcglriaos folluiv lUe pleusut and ebady S>j.,: 

' path, which at tbe lltlel Babnbot troasm the Xamaauer Ache, and t^>, > 

aicends, al llnC on Ike Left bank, anecnuds os (he tight bunk of il> 
KoDJ^iaeer Acba, lo Iho (l-l'/i br.) village of KBnigMBE. 

Od thebank of the lake lies the village otKunigiia (Znm KbtiL;:..- 
I, SchifTnieiBler, both on the lake}. 
""-- ■•-" ■ -realdea over the ^ ■■ ""' 

mi IhalBke, occiipyinB' about' I'/i'btg., inoludioe 

■ ■ "It. at St, BarftolOBia (fare for eaob pers. 

iwer, 10 Bt, BartbolamB S Jl : 

a t>/i, H tbe Hallet-Alp e'fii Jl : 

fD; partlei of iO or npwardt 

B VaTAQH. To the left, on a, promontory, ta the ViUa Btu*l; 
in the lake Ites the iaict of ChrutUeser, with n Etstue of St John 
Mepomak. The boat pasEss the f'uUccfulfin, a rouk nlth b cioas com- 
memuroting the wieck of a boat with a party of pygrims abont 150i 
yeue ago. The lake aov becomes visible In Ita endre extent; in 
the background rise the Sagertckwand, the Oruntet-Tautm, and the 
Funltntet-Tauem, and adjoining them on the right the Schonftld- 
ipitu (8700 ft.)- On **"» E. bank the Kmlgtiach filla oiPr a rod cM 
from a height of about 3500 tt lulu tho Uko. A little farther on, at 
the deepast pari of the lake [GIB ft.), a long, leverheratlng echo ia 
awakened by a platol [60 pf.) flted in the direction of the W. clifft 
IBrentenviand}. In the vicinity, on the E. hank, not far from the 
KesaelFall, )l a cavern on alevel with the water, called the KueAfn- 
Loch, fiom which a aliaamlet enters the lake. The boat (^Qchee at 
the EbibbI, a wooded promontory on the E. hank, whence a good 
patli ascenda to the (10 min.) pretty vralcrfall of the KoHlbach 
(bridle-path to the Godm-Alp, ace below). 

The boat now proceeds tu tho W. to St. Bartholoma, a green 
promontory, with a chapel and a former royal builtlne-chileiu. At 
the regtaorant kept by the forealer good galmon-tiout (Salma lalve- 
linui, Qer. Saiblins} may be obtained. 

On the 3.W. bank the Sntiniinbach Is precipitated Into the lake 
from » rocky gorge. The SoHel-A(p, « pasture '/«*•■ l"l'f«»^tJ' »nd 
strewn wllh ni OB a- grown rock B, witli a villa of the l>nke ofMeiningen, 
sepuales the KBnlga-See from the beautiful 'ObensB (QQOb ft,), 
a Uke 1 H, long, enclosed on three sides by high rocky moantaini. ^h 
To the left rises the sheer Kawurwand; beyond it lower the ^^M 
TeufthUrner (7855 ft.), from which a brook descends over the Kofi- ^^| 
uontf InseveralumBnaniahelghtoflBOOft, Boating prohibited. — ^^| 
A good BUtvey of the Imposing "ff slim ann la obtained in returning;, ^^P 

From lUe Kniaei (aee alioTc) a ^ood path aagends in long wiadlni* id 
the OVihri.) *0i>lian-Alp|[|&3Dft.), appaaltii SI. BarttiDlDmil. It paiiu tba 

\il. tbe Kreuicist. where we lake the path h) (iie rrgbt, to (I br.) iba Qolin- 
Mf, Willi three clisted {rrmD, and rnttic qoarteri In tbe SpriHgil-IJIlIU'). 

»olie Oail. Untersberg, etc. ThB view toward), llie H, li not' perTect Dnul .^H 

we reaeb tlie (V> In.) ftuirpalfm l&lVb n.) on tbe H.W. margin o[ tbe Alp. ^^1 

eumewbat tefund tliat poinl, tram tbe brink of (he loek lower down, the ^^M 

lake and 3t. Banhatouia are vialble 3300 R. below ui. Deicent lo Iba ^^H 

(S bra.) Reiset, where a hoat (preTioualT ordered) abould be Id w^liDi. ^^H 

To TiiK B,>uuD a road leada direct froni Ibe Kanivi-See yli BcMhtau ^^ 
tp Il») ta (4Vi H.) Ilnmt (fee hetow). 

Tbe *BiunBan ranka neit to the KonlgB-See among the attrac- 
tions in the neighbourhood nf Berchtesgaden. The road passes tbe 
^^ffi$oU Park and at (he (^/^ M.) Grand Hotel (dlrection-poat) ^^ 
^^■iendt to the left, croasliig the {tj^ M.) Gmund-Briickt over tha ^H 

^ ■ 

BUchofttpiao' Aclie. At p M.) 7ii(mfc(J9IO ft.; Inii, pens. 4-5 J") 
( brook descending aboiiC 400 (t. norte a pump by wbich tbe aalt- 
Kitei from the mines is forced up lo the Soldenkopfl, 1200 ft. higher, 
und to Keichenhill, a distance of 20 H. We follow tbe left bank of 
the Ache, imveisLng tbe Knlrpasi, a raiioe with a short tunnel. 
Tlie Ramsaa ie icmsTkably pictnresque owing 1^ the contrast of the 
laiuriant vegetation of the villcy nltb tlio linpoBing and pictur- 
esquely -abaped grey mountains. ^On the left(li/2M,l a flnger-poai 
I indicates the path to the 'Jagdscliloss Wimbach'. 
I Apiithcrogsiiii;[)iel>ridgBrJOaQft.i lealanrMI) to tbalefL nndaicend- 
r lag 10 tbe riglit b7 Ibe 'Trinkbulle', leads to Iba (>/< he.) -'WimbBuh- 
' Klamm. Tbe clear blue water of tbe brook hero forma beaullful falJa in 
ila rock; ratine, into wbkb the snn gbiofj aboat noon. The vrbulu 
lengtb or tbe ravine Bkould he liaversEa. About lOmJo. before Iti upper 

The aacEnl of the WatiBiaBn f fardera 6Kp/el or flocAfci, 8T00 tl.; 
G<M bra. i pu^e 10 JO in f^tijuiDg bat InleTealijie. Tbe nielit Is ipenL at 
the (Ibrs. frUDi Uiank) tralifnann-^Bw as lbs FaMSpjl (BSCOfi.; Ion in 

On the road, '/j M. above the flngei-poBt (flee above), ia the Inn 
mt Wimbachklamm, and a little beyond It Iho Inn sum HoebkiUler. 
Then (_! M.) Ramirm (2100 ft.; Oberwltt). The roid dlYldea 3/4 M. 
(atlhar on, the branch to the right leading to (12 M.l Reichenliall 
via the SeHwarzhacliwaiM (see Buedeker't Eatltm Alpi). 

The SAiLFHLDEN Road (to the left) crosses the Ache and again 
forks. The eseellent new road leads to tlie Ifft, partly through wood, 
with flua views of the Reiter-Alpe, etc., and at the (21/4M.) HlnUratt- 
KlauK reaches the Bintersee (2d90 ft.), a lake 3/* M. in length 
(fenr, 10 pf.}. About '/« M. farther, '/a M' from the lake, are the 
Kirester's houae otHinleTiet and the Bavarian custom-housG. Oppo- 
site 1b Auzinger's 7nn{pens. i-ii/j J(], at the jonetion of the old 
road, whicii skirts the W. bank of the lake, passing the holela 
GCTwtoiA and Pojl (pons. 4i/j-6 jif]. — The beautiful wooded 
-valley between the Hodikalicr (left) uid the AftiUttitnAefn (ciKlit) 
Is now s£cendt>d lo the (6 M.) HirvalibDtil (37S0a; inn), with 
tbe Austrian castom-bouBO ot Moottvacht. 

Tbe KunmerUngborQ (SIBS ft.], aacendeil from Ihe Hlncbbijb) I 

1 faUEufngi KUlde, dulrablo, 3 JT), ciilBnandi a spluadM 
.ger Stefoberge, ■■-- ■-■ — -'- 

ft of tbe Lenganger Stefabergr, Ibe Li 

The road asoends s few hundred paces farther to its highest point 

1970 ft.), and then descends into tbe Saalach-Tal. Before us ric. 

.e imposing Ltaganger SUinbcrge. About 3V4M, from the Hirscli- 
bilhl, by a aaw-miil, a Hnger-post on the tight indiuatoB tbe way to 
tbc'Seisenberg-Klamm, a profonnd and very narrow gorge, hollovied 
out by the action of the We'mbach, whiob dashes over huge bloi'k'^ 
of lork below. At thf {3:) min,) BindcT-Mulile, U the lower «nd ot 
the ravine, we roai.h Ibp Sautaeh-Tal; a road leads hence to {'/i*' ' 
Ober-Weiiabach (21bO ft. ; Awogt), where we rojolu Ibe road ' 


^ 10. From Salzburg to Innsbrack vi& Zell am See. 

151 H. Oailwai (BlaaulHilm) in i-l^h tan. ([urea SI A'. 6(1. 12 S. S 
T A'. 10 A. i »Frui30S.9O.IBA', TOD., 10 £.). — iluod nll'rzi'-reilsiiraoM 
■.tBiacburgbirenatidSumideii; ajnner, u ■ ebarge ofK., irill belwsdcil 
into Iht carria^fl M eittaerof Ulskq plaeu, if prcviaul; onlered Ihroofh On 
guard. ^ Boat fJuwB on Lhe right. 

Sahbttrg [1350 ft,), see p. 96. — The train deeciibcs a nido 
curve tDund tha Capuiinerberg (p, 101). To the right is Uohen- 
SalibQtg i to tba left the ehiteao of JV'tufiaui. SVa M. Pofteh ( 
berg Rnilway , lec p. 101) ^ 4 M. Aigtn (p, 102). The Salzach it 
no* spproncbed, and the ptecipiloui Unleribcrg (p. 102) become! 
laote piomincnt. To the right, on thn oppoeitu bank o( the rlier, 
i8ibeohi(«ftuof AniZ-fp. 102). fil/j M. EUbtthta, VLW. to tka V 
of which lies Si. JskobimlTminlj. 102). Beyond (S'/j M.) P«i< 
the train passes the large brewery ot Kalienhalueni on the left bank' 
of the Salzieh, and atoeBcs the Aim. 

11 M. HoUein (1450 ft. ; 'Sttrn. with ealt-bsthG; AUe Post; Au- 
liiick; Stompflbriiu ; Gaith-iut mm Bahnhnf, at the station, un- 
pretending), an old town (4700 inhab.) on the left bank of the Salz- 
ach, natoil for its sslt-fforki, and sleo making tohaciro and cement. 

ThB BUnibatt, whinca tbe lalt-watec Is oblalnsd, lisBS above Ihe 
town. Tbe mode of ejlratlinB the salt from the earthy matMr with whifh 
H it alngled li desFrlhed U p. 103. About 'AO miner* are employed 
litre. Vliilora ua admitted to tbe wll-miDei in lammet dailr at 11.30 a.m. 
I'i K. saehj at oilier timu 1 per», S,. i or more pen. 3 K. eaeb ). The 
entrance (&gO It.) ii leuhed in ■/• br. ; (be •iill o'-ct.piei LIT/, hr. 

To BncniuuBini (7 H.^ Tbe road til au (7lffi ft.) it reeommenled 
Id walkerl. bnl <i ratber tiecp anil not lery iiilable for driving. 

16 M. KticUl. an old Tillage with a Gothic church. To the W. 
rises tlie Hohe OSU (8276 ft.); to the S. the Tamen-Gebirgt (p. 1 18). 

iS M. Oolling (1630 ft. ; *GoUmgtr Hof, R. 2-i if. ; mt.-Punt. 
Hahnhof, R. il/i-'^ K.j Altt Poll, JVene Poil. Irauhe, in the viUaga) 
lies on n hill, 1/4 M. from the sutlon. 

The rnuis to tbe r^7< X.I •ffolliiiE or Sabvuibaofa TaU cannot bs 

11 tbe ralliray to the rigLt, aod then Lba Mtltiicb, and 


walk In tbe di 

'ectiOD of Iba wblte ebarc 
n a mln. mon 


le Olill II 

. Ibrlber 

a hill 

Tbe ■SaliUf^.Oifan, 2</« N. 


Tiew ('dar Oefeo 


Boula from OoUInf It 

eael-Alp la Bmau, see 

Seyonil Oolling (he railway traveiBes tlie broad 'v&lley lom 

S., passing on tbe right the enlrance M Ibe Bliintau- 

outhe ieH that of tbe Lammer-Tal (p. il2]. It crosses the 

Xammcr and Sahiich, passes through a tnnnel [1000 yils. lun^ 

Cpierdilg tbe Ofatauer Berg, and again crosaes the Ssliach by s slaitt- 

'" iron bridge oF 105 yds. span. It then enters the 'Fata Lntg, a 

nd deflie of the Salzach. 6 M. In length, between the Tmneti- 

iJrfFe on tha K. and the Bagea-Qeblrge on the W. — 2(>l/i M. Con- 
cordia-Hitte (1700 ft.; inn), at the entrance to tbe Btfibnbaeh-TfH^ 
The line follows the right bant, and crosses several torreittfc ^*^ 
the right, furlher on, romantically perehed on a rock 346 O. m^ 
the Salzach, is the wall-preseried Sehloai Sohenu'trftn , bnQuI 
1076, and rcBtorfld in the IBth century. i^ 

2a M. Werfen (1720 fg. The YillagerPorf.-fflr.efi; TiroUrviTi} 
lies on the opposite bank, OTeiloohed by the jagged rocke or the 
■Vaergouent Alp [see below). — 28i/sM, Ffarr-Werfm. Tlie vaUay 
expands. The train crosses the FyUxlaeh (p, 184), issuing from a 
narrow gorge, and then the Salzach. 

33 M. BischofBhofen (1795 ft.; 'Sail. EcttauraM .(- Hottl, U. 
2-21/2 ff.; AUePosti BScUiaffer; fVeiM Post, well spoken of}, an old 
Tillage with three churches, is the Junction for the npper Enustal 
Railway (p. 18i). Tho (1/4 ht.) FaU of Iht Gtinfcldbach it worth 
To the W, rises the Ewigt SchTut ('perpetual snow") group 
taitis or Vcbersontnt Alp, enlDilnatni^ in the HoMcSnt^ 
,{U640 ft.). 

The line ttasorses the liroad vallBy, on the led bint of the 
Saltach ; fine retrospect of the bare and jagged peakf and precipice:; 
of the TaniBn-Oabirge. — 38 M. St. Johasn im FaitKatt[1845 ft,; 
'Pangauer Hof, at the railway-station, It. from I'/j, pens. 6-8 A". ; 
Port; Frant Prem; Zam Andt/i'l; Ktem; Schvalger, neat thn 
church), 1 largo TiUage (3000 inliab.), >/, M. from the station, «ith 
a flne modarn Qotblo church, Is a favourite suuimer-reaort. 

To the 'LicDhtanatels-Klamia (on fool lUcn aad back 3Vi iiri,; uiie- 

l™r.rrir. iOft.; tw'-hi?w'cnrr, 'i's. »l.t"o>unftnsto''planlinaBl'ir!). 

AcMt, D mia. from tlie Bnirance Id iba wild tacky gorK<kani. BOA.). Tbs 
Ache d(u«DA> throneb tha eorge in a lorlu of oueadia. The path, 810 ydi. 


^^^^^ BER011TE8QADEN. 3 

On the right, oen the (5 min.) Rtiiauranl Drachenloch, 
up in the Eide of the Unlersberg, U the curioua opening called the 
Drachcnloi:b ('dragon'a hole'). A narrow daHle, traversed by the 
Ache, between the Untersbere and the N, spnt of the Hohi 6511, 
now leuJB to tbe district of BeichteEgaden. The boundary is formed 
by the Bangmde SUin (1490 ft,), i cliff rising above the A«he. The 
Anitriin custom' Btatlon is on this side of t^e clifT; the BaTatisn 
station is IH. futher on, neu an old tower. — 4</aM.Sohe1IeitbaTg 
(1580 fl.;'FortlU; Vnlertberg). — The road follows the right bonk 
ol the Ache, and reaches tbs ('2'/: I^-) Almbaeh-Klamm Hotel 
(1660 fL], vbere s bridge on the right leads to the Almbach-Klamm, 
a pictuiesqae gorge recently mule accessible as far is the (IV4 !"•) 
Tkeralen- Ktause. About '/« M. beyond tha hotel the road I'rom 
lltillein iria ZiU (p. IIT) joins our road on (he left. The Talley ex- 
pnnds, and the Ora$ie and KUint Wattmann, with the Wai%ma,nn 
Olaritr between them, suddenly appear. Crossing the Laroi'iach. 
and then the Ache by the (VzU.) JVc'Txann-Bruct^ we soon obtain 
(Vi M.) the Orst glimpse of Berchtesgsden, deligbttully situated on 
the hLllaide, and surrounded by meadows and trees. About 1/9 M. 
farther on, at a Bnger-post indicating the way to the 'Salzberg 
und Kuni^-See', a road (the direct route to the Konige-See) leads 
across the eoldenbath-Brihcke to (1/4 M.) the Salt Xins (1740 ft.). 

A Visit laiHieuTMisilakei abo ^t an bear. Ticket fur Iha rcsatar 
iripg at lO.BOa.m. and 4.80 p.m.. 2JltULbi al other houn, from B la 

.lucent accDopllihcd by measa of woaden sJldes inclined at an angle of 
ib° ur mnre. The 'Sal* - Baa', lllumin.ilod Eomewliat feebly by mlneri' 

The mine lies about % M. from Berchtesgaden, to which the 
Hcrgwerka-AlUe leads, — The SaUburg road, loading straight on 
from tlie Goldenbach bridge , crosses the Oembach (on the left !s 
ihe Maltrhlisel, a massive rock commanding a beautiful view), and 
ascends through the subnib of Nanntal to (I M.) Berchtesgaden. 

15V2 M. BerohtesKKdea. — Hotelt. •Guhd Hdrai. & Kdbiuui, 
-veil sitnifc.l, H, 1-1, hoarfl 8 jl; "BatLBvce, R. 3-B. B. t, D. B, psnilon. 

B. SR, peu. 6-9 Jli DnoncHEi TUihi HaT.-RssTAUBAVT BinNnor, peni 
7-10 J, BcHWABaiiwiaT, peal. 5-B J(, bnlh near the jtatiDni HTTrraKBLUt 

"■ " -JBi BIbi BiHBca; WaTZHAsm TwaiiBtoiiw. ~ Pmiioni 

jLniiFoi.ui Wicotun 
'aMTamTHKi WaNis, etc. P««. Tut* Gkbooki; Mawbi 
K, nc., in Scbuaau [p. 1IB}; HoBITl,. Steimb, and UaeiliA, oa tb 
lIppBt BaliJitn; tl'/,-li/i br.J. — Cafil FurHaer, neai the Poiti Cafi Orou 
WUtaMaA, at tbe B. end of tbe Town, wilb line vlnw. 

Bi)*ka. Freih and •nil-water halbi at tbe better hoteli and penalDnf 
tttr, BahnbDf'Btr.i irtailmitad, BallmlliaD-SItaige. Osin-air SatSi : 
•» AuHmur W^hrr, 2 U. to Ibe N.W. of Itio town. 

Oacve) VaiM in wood, bone, and iiorr, for wblch BercblFteadc 
u bean Omava for eentnrlei, are kept in great larielyal maa) Ehop>. 



Ouriii^n. Ib IbE (own ikDit Dever envirDDi, '/• l^ 
■ ■ • - 30, 6r«y V*!"-. more Blpf. .nd 1. 

ilh lUr of 3 hi 
TOpf. (for 

(>/: B tlBf) II .< 10 or 15 ^ 70 pt. 1 
B aod bu:k 13 ^ dO or %) ^ 1" ' 

i0« Ch. !d 

. . _.. . ,. , .. BdchaJiaU 
ecnwsTxlyuliwaelil, relDTmng via HiUlDnn, IT ^ fiO or IS ^ 01) pf. ' 
Includsd, bnt lolla gitra. — Oinnlbui from tlie atBllon Id KBaffi'.... 
connecliDn with Ibe Inliii (1 Jl); In tbe IFAniiHAtJainni fTotal Causaai 
tKlu dally iD iuminsr from (be i^talion (3i/, Jl Ibera and bi ' ' - -' 

I SInltnu uuca daily in July and Au^nat from the Holel Belli 

h lUire and back), 

I EsgUah Ohnrcb Senico in aammor. 

f iJwefttejpoifm [187S ftO, a Email Bavarisn town with 280(H 

Lab., wBi down to 1803 the feat of an liidopeudent piovoB^f, or 
enclesiastica] priiicipa.lity (165 sq. M.}- The buidsome old abbey ii 
now a, loysl chateau. TheAbbty t'hurr A poiseiees Romanesque doi a- 
teraoftlie 12th ceDC. eaived. stalls, eC6. Pleasant publ id gatdone. 
The LvUpoldPnTh, in front of (be royal villa to the S. of the to»n, 
was embelliBhed in 1893 with a bronie StaHje ofPrinct LnitpoU, 
Itegent of Bavaria, This point commands a fine view : to the left 
the SchwHiori:, Hobe Goll, and llochbrett, in the background the 
Sluhlgehirge and 9chHnfeldspltze,to tbe right the Kleine andOro^se 
Witimann and tho Hocbkaller. tn tha valley, on the Ache , uc. 
eitenalve Soil Worts and the Slali^n of Ikt Rtichenhalt Ettiltcay. 
Beri-hteegaden Is a very favourite Bummer-ieEOit, and the environs 
afford an almoEt fneiliauatllile variety of beautiful walks 
curilonB [comp. Baedektr'e Eastern Alpi). 

The •tsokatain (2235 ft, ; >/< t"-) cammaults ao admrrahlE vie 
tsliey of BsrclilasgadBO, particularly by evening- liBbt. 

'llie §em of thi; district is the cIbbt, dark-green **KSni2i 
(1975 ft.), 01 Lake of St. Barlholomtic, 5 M. long and Va 
broad, the moat beautiful lake in Qerm^ny, vying in giaudeui with 
tho^e of Switzerland and Italy. Some of the suciuunding monnlafnG. 
which rise almost perpeuiiicularly from the water, are 6600 ft. in 
height above llie lake. The road cro.sGea the Ache near the sttUon, 
Bscejida for about y^ M., and praoeeda on the same level along the 
hiUaide to (3 M.) the lake. 

At tbe WanliaU, 1 H. fram Iba ilatlon by (he new roa«, aootliei roote 
djveciiu 10 the rlgbl, )eaillng paat tTMariMn (liiu), wllb a cli£(eBu bdJ 
park of Count Aica-Zlnneberg (not aceesalblej. Tbe roada onile i^eniD a<.»ul 
•k K. from tbc lake. — Fedeatriana follow the pleatant and Bhsdy fi.ui 
patb, whiiib at do Rdlcl Babiihof croares the Baniaaner Aebe, and ili. i. 
lacenda, at ilnt ou the left bank, aner»arda on tbB right bank ol u. 
KanietKBF Ache, lo tbe (l-l>/i br.) vDlage of ESuigsiwE. 

Un tbebank of the lake liea the village olKunigiite (Zum Kitui^ - - 
see, Schiffmeister, both on the laku). 

The 'Sobiffmelaler' presidea over lite rowing-boat) and Ihelr crvtt 
and rugulaiea their trJpi. From the middle of June lo lat Oct. Iberia j 
t-Oresular tripa dUIr round tbe lake, occapytng »t>out la/i bra., Incluiiiu 
■/. br, at He Bullel-Aln and 1 hr. ai St, Uartholoma C^rc for eaehj,,.,.. 
i<UJI). Small boat pera.J, with one rower. (0 Bl. Barlbi' '^ " 

[ Willi two rowera (1-1 pern,) lo Si. BartholomS *'k " '"* fallal- 

h.Kilh (tiree rowera (f para.) 7>/i uid U Jl; tat paHiet of 10 


lonat favoiuablB liglit ii in Ike a,il) morning or Ute in (he sfMnioon. 

Lass Votaoi;, To the left, on a piomontDry, is tbe VOta JBeail,' 
in tlie lake Ilea the islet of ChrUtUeger, with a statue of St Jolin 
Nepomuk. The boat puses llie Folkenitcin, s rock with » croii caiu- 
niumoratlng the vreck of a boat with a party of pilgilms about 160 
yeaia a.go. The lake now becomeB vlilblc in its entire eitentj in 
(ha background rise Ilia Sagertekwand, the Briinice-Tauern, and the 
Funtemee-Tauera, and aOjoiiuiig tbem on the right tbe Schdnftld- 
ipitte (B700 rtO. Oa the E. bank tbe Konlgibach falls oiet a. red cliff 
tfODi a height of about 3500 ft. into tbe lake. A little farther on, at 
the deepest pail of the lake [S16 fL), a long, leveibeiatLag echo is 
awakened by a pletol (50 pf.] aieil in the diiention of tbe W. clifTa 
( BrmtmtiiandJ, In the tlcinlty, on tba E. bank, not far fcoBi the 
KeB»el Fall, 1b a uvein on a level with the water, called tbe Ktmhltr 
Loch, ^m which a stiei>inlet enters the lake. The boat touches at 
ibe EoimI, a woodeil promontory on the E. bank, whence a good 
pith BBoenda to the (10 mln.) pretty waterfall of the Kiutlbach 
flridle-path lo the Oolien-Alp, ace belo"). 

The boat now proceeds to the W. lo St. SaTtholoiii&, a green 
jironiontory, with a chapel and a former royal hunling-chiitean. At 
the leitiaTant kept by the fuTeatei good ealmon-troul (Solmo talve- 
linu>, Qer. Saibting) may be obtained. 

On the S.W. bank the SfhntMmch is precipitated Into the lake 
from a roeky gorge. The ^atJ<l-Atp, a pasture t/gM. in breadth and 
BirewnwithniosB-grownrockB, with axilla of the Dnke of MeiningeB, 
separates tbe Koniga-See from the beautiful *OberBee (TO05 ft.}, 
a lake i H. long, enclosed on three sides by high rocky monntalris. 
To tbe left rises tbe sheer Kaiaiawimd; beyond it tower the 
TeuftlthomtT (78oB ft.), ft-otn which a brook descends over the Rnli- 
u-ond in several arms fruin a height of IGOOft. Boating prohibited. — 
A good survey of tbe imposing Watzmann is obtained in returning. 
- - il (nee aUovE) a good path aieeadg in long windingi 10 



10 OVi hri.) -OotuB-Alp (6580 fl.J, uppoi 

lalou of (li/ibr.) aouralai and (1 br.f Auu, l 

14 Iba Knutenl, whara we take tbe palb to ihe riKhl, 


--- -- ' »•..>.... ». >.b.> >■.. .,-.1. ... Ph.. "Ifin, lo II ur-i buc u««*n- 
in in tbe Spriitgil-M«ai}. 

It [preTjonitT ocdcrid) at 

The 'Eiunisa ranks next to i1i« Kunigs-See among Ihe attrac- 

Iloni in tbe neighbourhood of Berchtesgaden. The ruad passes the 

^^^potd Park and at the (^/i M.) Q»nd Hotel (direction-post) 

^^Bends to tbe left, crossing the (>/:i M.) Bmwid-BrHelce over Iho 




■e Ba p(. una 1 Jl. To tl,B BSntat- 

e-liorte csrriasc B jK, two-liorse H Jl 

mornj; to Aoinwiii 8 ^ 10 or 11 ^ 70. 

Di la ^ 70 pf. ; Binurui 11 J( 10 ft 

□ era ano duiik ja •« ^u or W 4^ aO pf. : To SeithejihaU via 

liwachl, rElnrnine vii HaDlano, IT Jt 60 or Sfl Jd DU pf. Pom 

. . , ul tolla eitai,. — Oninibui fram tlie sUUon to Sflnfji-S* in 

nectinn nith Ibe irain? (1 J!); to tLe )r<fnhKA«ai>»t> £dM [Bamunl. 

a dBilj Id mmidBr from ilie siaiion taV) J» then 

■o and back), 

Bngliali annirth i^nlti. in aumniBr- 

BereUtsgaden (187o ft.}, a sniall Bsvarian town with 2800' 

bab., wa8 dawn to 1803 tlie eest o( an independent provoBti)', 

sccleeUstical piiucipality (^165 eq. M,). The handsome old titiitj la 

:uow a royal obiteau, Tlte Abbty Chvreh posseises Roioane^iiiie ilois- 

ed Btalla, etfi. PlesBant public gitdenB, 

The XuilpDid PnrA:, In front of the royal villa to the S. of the tauo, 

was ambelliehed Ui 1893 with a htoiixe Slalut of Prinet Luitpold, 

Begent of BaiiaiiB. This point commands & fine view : to the left 

the Schwaizort, Holie Goll, and Hochbrett, in tbe background tbe 

Stuhlgebirge andSchBnreldEpltiie,ta tiie right the Kkine andOro^Bo 

Waiiiuann and the BochkalCer. In tiia valley, on the Ache . are 

I extensive Salt Worhi and the Stali'^n of the ReiehmhiU Auiiiratf. 

I Beii'htesgaden is a very favourite eummer-tesoit, and the environs 

I aJtoid an almoBt inexhaustible variety of beautirul walks aiid es- 

rucslons (comp. Bijcdeker's £a5l«Ti Alps). "^ 

The -Idikitoin ('223S n.| }/, br.) commtndi 

The gem of thi^ district is the clear, dark-gieen **E5iilBir-. 
[1975 ft.), or Lube of St. Barlhoiomew , D M, long and i/i-l 
broad, the most beautiful lake in Germany, vying in gtandear witn 
tboie uf Switzerland and Italy. Some of the eurrounding niounlatiis. 
which rise almost perpendicularly from the water, are SbOOft. in 
height above the lake. The road croases tbe Ache near the station, 
usceiidB for about ^/^ M., and proceeds on [he same level along tJie 
hillside to (3 M.] the lake. 

Al Ihe WBn»cli, 1 U. fnira the jtalion ii^ the dbw ciwd, anolber riiuU: 
dlvergEg tu the right, leading put UMiridia [Iud), with a cLLtcau ^ii 
park of Gouiit ArcD-Zinoehere (not accesalble)- 11ia roads unite •if.iMa ab^i.i 
i/i B. from the lake. — PedeBttlmB foUovi' the plesisDt and ahadj f.,oi 
path, which al the HBlel Batohot crosses tbe EamBaoei-Ache, and tli, ,, 

KQnlEsa'eer Ache, to the [1-1V< hro'villaee of Konie»BC. 

On Ihebant of the lake lies the village otKanigNee (Znm KBiii;; ,- 
see, SchilTmeister, both on tlie lake). 

The 'SchHTineiateF' preaidei over ilie rovrlDE-boatt ud thEir crrws, 
BDd rei;ulBtei their b-lpB. From the middle of June to Itt nel, thn-e srr 
i-5 TBgular tiipa dai); round the lake, ocCDpriag about I'/i bra., 



-*). aaall 

Uartholoua (fare fur each pen. 
oai a pera.i, witu one lower, >o SI. Uarlhalomii a ^,- 
l-i pen..) tu it. Barlhaloma4V., lolheBallel-ilp B>h Jl ! 
s (7 pers.) T/i tnd 11 Jl; foe pullei of 10 or upwitdi 

inaal dvonrnble ligl 

Lake VoTjinii. To the left, on a promontory, U the VUla Beuil;, 
in the lake lioe the iElct of ChtiitUeyer, with & status of St. Jobn | 
Nepomiili. The boat paGsea the foifciinslfmi arockwitha 
memoiatlng tbe nceek of a boat -nitb a paity of pUgiimg about 150 i 
yean ago. The lake now becomcB visible in its entiie extent; in 
the bacligronnd rise the Bagereckmand, the Oriimct-Tauera, aod the 
Funlemet'Tautm, and adjoining them on the light the 8chanftld- 
tpitte [8TU0 ft.}. On tiie E. bank the Kiiaiglbaeh falla o'er a red olifT 
from H height of about IWO ft. into the lake. A IlMIe farther 
the deepOit part of the lake (GIG ft.), a long, leveiboratlng Dcho U I 
awakened by a pistol (GO pf.) flred in the direction of tbe W. cUfla 
dtrenlemcand). In the vicinity, on the E. bank, not far from the 
Keaael Fall, is a cavern on a level with the water, caUed the Kucbltr 
Loch, from which a atteamlet enters the lake. The boat touobes at 
ihe Keiiel, a wooded piomontory on the E. bank, whence a gooil 
pBlL ascendB to the [10 mln.] pretty natorfnll of the Kaitlbach 
f[>ridle-palh to the Gottm-Mp, tee belo*). 

The boat now proceeds tu the W. to St. Eartbolom&, a green 
proJuuQtory, with a chapel and a foraier royal hunting- chateau, 
the restaurant kept by Ihe foreBter good ealmon-trout (Sillmo talve- I 
Imui, Get. Saibling) may he obtained. I 

On the S.W. bank the Schrninbach is precipltaled into the like I 
from a rocky gorge. The .$n[tel-i4If>, a pasture >/gM. in breadth and | 
BtiewnwithmosB-grawn recta, with a villa of the Uuke of Meiningen, 
aepaxates the KOniga-See from the beantlful 'Oberiee (3006 ft.), 
a lake 1 H, long, enclosed on three sides by high rocky mouutainB, 
To the left risee the sheer Kaimerviand; beyond it tower Ihe 
TtuftUhaner (7855 ft.), from which a brook descends over the Riilt- 
irond in several armsfVom a height orl600ft. Boating prohli)ited. — 
A good survey of Ihe imposing Wattmann is obtained in retnming. 

From the Ka<Bel {ttf. aborE] a gsoii patb aiunds in long wlndiaEi to 
the (SV(>i'i-) 'Ootian-Alp (fiaao ft.), appanila Bt. BarthoJomii, It paiHg tbs 
cha!«u of (|i/i hr.) OoUcBInl and (1 fir.) a«ao, and tlien aicsndi la eiiiaga 
vi£ Ibe KrwiHl, wbire ws take Ibe ualb to (lie rlcht, to (1 be.) .Us Solm- 
Alp, with ItaRB Bhaleti (ifmM. Bad msUc qnarUri In tbe Spnustt-H^H'}- 
HaenificDDl view of Ibc DcberEoaicnB Aim, Slelnenie Meer, Walmann, 
Hobe GOll, UnlErHbere, Bte. The view towaida-tha K. la not perfjrt uotil 
wereacli tbe (i/t br.) iltaHrr<><r« (6H1Q A.) on Ibe M.W. inargiD of tbe Alp. 
Bomewhat liajngd tbal polsl, rtom Ibc brink of Uib rock lower dawo, tbs 
lake and St. Uartbolomii ara vliihie S300 ft. b«1ow ui. Dencsnt to the 
(1 bri.) Keifel, where a boat (prBvlouily oiaered) abooW be in wailing. 

To THi R*HBio a road leada direct hoca tbe KSBliii-See vli Sc/ntnau 
Ip. lia) to (4Vi M.) i'lon* {«e lieJgw), 

The 'Bsimsan ranks next to tbe Rfinigs-See among the attrac- 
tlong In the neighbourhood of Berchtesgaden. The roa<] pasees tlie 
* - lold Vark and at the (3/< M.) Grand Hotel (direotion-post) 

■ o the left, crossing (ha ('/:( M.) Qmimd-Bruekt over Ihe J 





120 RoultlO. ZELL AM BEE. 

Tal. To the N.W, f}jt hr,) rifies Schloa Fiichhorn (11th cetitjJ 
property of Prince Liechteniteiii, taEtefuHy roBlored. T 

quBDlel' lummer-rciorl in tbe Wilcfmliach-TcU. Fle&sanl footpi 


66 of FuiA 12646 ft. 

"itoidroivi-flod (MHO ft. i 

™„, ..,™.. „. ^^..^.„ 

5?T5 ft. ' 'iBiojSoBir/iin" ^'u(m*o"i, 'pl«'n)',"il'e'l"l 

ig a fine visw of UiB ImposlnB hMd of the TBliej- Ttin 

but palnti of view are t)ie upper Darc\Kt-Jllpis [fifiSB ft.; rfnits.]. on Itn 
E. (iSii of the valleT. 2 hrs. above FerlsKon, snd Ihe lVa<oiar-.Jl;ii(H»aft.i 
■Idu), on tba way la the PfindulacLins. l>/i br. lo tbn S. — To Urillgm- 
>M iia the /""If Asi' TA-I or OittP/oadeltiharu, tee BneiltiT't Eatlervi Atpi. 

The train croEses Ihe Saliach for the list lime, triTCrEea the 
ZeHw MoDj, and reaches (be ZtUtr See. 

62 M. Zell un Saa (2460 ft.; ■A'aJierin EUiabelh, on the take, 

oppoBite tlie station; 'Bahm'i Hotel am See; Finsgauer Haf, near tha 

JTrone; AUe >nd IVefe Pojt; Mettger JSchtoaiger; Boding- 

baw; LtbtetleT, raorterate), beautifully situate 1 on a peninsula on 

" W. bank of the lake, 1b a favomite summer-resort. 

TbB -Zdler Bee (8160 ft.) is 2V»». Ions, in. hroiMl, and 125 ft. deep. 

Tbo water li pieoainl for bBlbingtballi-liouaBSi lemperaiore 6B' Fahr,). A 

Binnll Bteamer ptiea on the lake, making tbe round mebt llmu a doj in 

1 hr. (1 ;r. 2UA.). Statlona: ritunuritiuA (BElleTUBKestoiiraiil. with Tien), 

on tbs E. bank, and BesHtal (RcntaDriiit), Qn the N.W. bank. The E. bank 

I commnoda a beautiful view 10 the S. of Die Tauem, InhaBtahorn, Hoch- 

L- lEDO, Kilsateiaborn. etc. Evealng-llght mojl favoorablB. 

I The 'SslinilttaDliSba (SlU ft.) it onn of tbi: best uid most Aoceaalbia 

r volDts ot view in Ibe Aualriin Alpi [S bra.; ^aide, UK., uanoceMiryi 

[ home 12 A.i nbair-carriaee for one pera. i% Ibera and hack IB, inel, nisbt 

nn top ai £.). The ronta lead! to the W. from Zell Ihrouf h the St/mUlana-- 

Tal to (l/i br.) ficAnrillan. Hera wa turn lo the left and follow » bridli> 

psDj, nhlch aaeendi moiUy tbroagb nood viJ tbe (I'/i br.) BAwctitrhVIe 

Bulmrimt pad (I'/s hr.) BtMnafi Inn to Ibe (1 hr.) aummit (•Baichtift/l'iOl, 

ia a. from 3 ff.). Tba Buperb panorama embraoM to llie B. tba <»iil« Tanem 

range fiDm the Ankogel to tbe Qrosi-Venudiger; lo Ibe H. the limealone 

Alpi from the EaJoer-tlebirEe lo the Dacbaiein: inimedlatelT orpositc us 

la ae Kaprun Valley. 

An altcBctiTe day's excnrslon may be made lo the 'KaFrun Tallay. 
Omnlbua fr^iai the Poet Ofnoe to Ibe KeaseltsU Hotel, from July 15th to 
t<epl. mb Ave limes, froia June let to July loth and I3tb t» SOth Sept. 
thrice dally in ■i-'i'h hra. (allowing time for a visit to the Slemund-Thun- 
KIBmm), retora in I'M"/-, hr.i aleele face 8. «ti.m-lkkel fii/.K., fajt 
eitrlaeaa 3Vi and 6ViA'. Cairiage and pair from Zell to the Keaielfall- 
Alfenhaus for i/t dar 33, whole liay 34 JT.i hone from the Ke^elfall lo 
Ills Hoierbuden and back (iDil.Sbn.' stay) IB, ch^r-earriaEB 20 £. A dcw 
road teada from Zel! tbroueb ibe broad valley of tbe Pinigaa aad acroaa 
Ike Galiaeb to (!</ihr.) Ibe village of Sapyint (3i6B fl.i Ulrea ruallo Inni), 
vith a rnlDDna ohileau, at the mauth of ibe valley. It then tollowi the 
Tieht banli of tbe Xapruner Ache and winds up Ihe Wrpta^ (31DS n.), 
-which farni« a hairier across tbe valley, tbtongh vrbleb the torrent haa 

a highly pictDreiqne gt..-. — 

ra alight near Ihe entrance nt the gorge, walk Qiroi 
join tbo carriage al Ihe (2'/, M.) BUliM-Sr* 

10 lanibruck. SAU.F! 

M <br lop of ihe LilJ. The tomd Itaen proceedB (trough the open Tullej 
In Ibe |l'/i !>') Binla-ieaWu^ In Uu ITdiUliiii (3S6a fl,). Al Ibe (i/i U.i /m 
mm fniiriuwr nt^f n-e cntec Ibe Siie ffmiraW &dA UFend to tbg fti/. K.) 
■KauelteU-Alpenluu ^IX) ft.), a good Anl-clui hnl«l, nurfhB bMBlifol 

here croH« tbs ACbe. mouDti in wi^infis la Ih'e (I'/i hi) Zimbirg-Ahii 
(511& (t], at Ibe beginning of Ibe irauir/atieuloi, and then leads 10 tbs 
(^ m[ii,] Orglv-EeUi (inn) and (be (8 min.) Kafiief^S«tf (SSW ft.i tno]. 
On Ibe opposite bank Is Ibe WamrfaU-JIpr. Tbe 'KsitrbadeB (Gl«itl,{ 
BQ'tn, (hehigbesi temce of tbe iiller, it reached in 1 br. from the Ealner- 
Biitle (la Ibe end of (be KarUtv^T Oladir >/< ^'- more). It i> lurrounda- 
tii a najeitic ampbltbeaire of glaciers and EDOff-clad nonntalns^ Win 
iacMitrn (li.TlOft). Gie^ktrin (11.235 fl), BflrmlTp/ {ll.HB ft.). JehanaU 
btrf (11,375 ft.), xaiuanlurn (iO.BIO ft.), etc. — Far mouDlaln ascenU (Kill 
iiiinlam, WU^becMorn, etc.), lee Baidikrr'i Eaium Mjii. 

From ZellmnSdelo Miiuriillatii •SHmnJ ( Dpper PrnV'*), >•>' p. 130 
The train qnitB the lake at Bchlots PrUlau^ now occajiied b; 
peasants. 641/3 M. Uauhofm (^10 ft.), on the flat wBtenhed be- 
t?reen the Salzich ani the Saalach; te the left, the chaloau of Saai- 
ho!", at the manth of the QUmmtal, troia which the Saalach iaenet. 
The bTOid grusy valley of the Mitler-Piniffau, with » tine Tii 
the Stcmrmt Meer on the right, is neit tiaversed. — ' 70 M. I 
feldea (2380 ft.; RaU.. Beslauranf ,- Dick's Hotel). The tillasfl 
(Bttka; Post), with 1800 inbsb., t M. to the E. of the station, la 
prettily eltaated on the Ufslautr Ache, In the middle of the broad 
Talley. Aboal t;^ hr. to the S. of the village is 'AMonio'i Bath 
EitahlUhment (peat-water), with snimoilng-baths, Testaurant, and 
rooms to let (pens. 4-5 K.). 

FioK BnLyxl.Dstnol.own, tS'/iH., diligence dailyln Bi/i bra.; eair. 
12, wilU two boFiei 30 K. The laad rani an (he right buili of the Sanjaah 
through tbe Dir^achrr SoMwroi, a narrow gorge about 6 U. long, (a 
(lU H.) Obir-WUHbacl, (p. IIT), where tbe raid fram Bercbtsigaden tII 
IhaSlrieUCAr deacendt du the right (p. 11T| >/ibr. to (beH. U tbe inlerestliif 
•SaUaairg-Ktamm). Crosiiog tbe Saalach, ne next piai the LaiapriehU- 
O/inhcli ftefl), a capaclaaa ca'sm, and tbe (t br.) monih of Ibo Saheilach 
grahn, i/ihr.up which li Ibe imposing -FDrdfi-toi«r-A-(oiiim; and beroul 
(l3i/iM.) SI. Martin reach (iS'/iM.) LofBr{»B6 fi, i Ail; flr*«; flelli«i«r), 
a fteqnenlefl nummer reeorl, amid beautiful lurroundins) (to (be W. tbe 
Lofeier Sieinberge, lo (he E. the Kaltalp Oebirge), Henca 10 31. Joliaiui vit 
Waiirinff, lee p. 13S. A twanlirDl road (diligence twice daily In I his.) 
lud< fiom LoTec to (IT/i S.] Jf tCcAf nfinll , ni. rittrn (1310 fl., Potti 
Lamm], a (ummer-reMit Bear whlili lie (be balb< of Obirrain, and Til 
Mttlrii, SchnaUtriul, and yMIMtir;. A pieferablB route tor pedeafriui 
lead] Tii the Xiiitisflvieii and pail the ntm-Sie. For detaili and for a 
delcFiptInn of Ri-rhiahall, lee SaidiUft Bniltrn At,,,. 

The ttnin now turns to *he N.W., crosses the Saalnch, eiitors the 
Leogang-Tal, and Bscends rapidlj «t the baee of the BimJiom to 
(75 M.) LeDK&OK CiTBB ft.; /nn]. Abont »/» M- lo the N, are the 
baths of the same name. The line next crosses the WcUtback and | 
GrUtwnbach. and beyond Paa OrUmen (2835 ft.), which was 
fortiHed, crosses the Tyrolese frontier. Beyond (HI M.) Hoohfllsen 1 
(3176 ft.), on the watershed between the Saalach and the Inn, the 
tttl n descends a sharp gradient (t;44) on tbe right side of the I 
^^nou-ToI, or PiUtnee-Achtnlat. — 87 M. Fieherbrann (1566 ft. ; 


nin. belo 

r inn 

The vslley of the Saliach now contracte ami boniis towards ths 
W. — 41 M. achiaarcach-St'Vtii (1920 ft. ; junction for thfi nilirajr 
to Gastain; see p. fiS). The train rrossea the SaUach, which here 
dashes through a rocky lavlne, passes through a tunnel, and recTosses 
ta the left hank. 

46M.Iana{208B(t.( Turrl'a Inn). The viUage^RijI, B. 2-3 ffj 
lies 00 the oppDsIte bank. ISetov Che viUige |^'/, M.] a line water- 
f:ill ifl formed by the Oasletntr Ache jast before It join? the Salisch. 

Above (IS M.) Einltmau the line rroBses the Salzach twice, in 
order 10 avoid the Escheit'Auer Plaike and the EmhaclitT FlaOu (blopei J 
of looEG stones], anil (hen penetrates the TJnUrstein, a spar of sUte- ] 
rock on the left bank, by a tonnel, 352 yds. long. We next skirt the 
Saluch and reach [^I'/i 1^0 Rauris-KUdoch, at the enttaiiee of the 
Haurij-Tuf, i/j M. to the E, of Tasenbach. 

'KltalMh-KUmm (11/, lir. there nnd back from Iha lUarla-KIIiluct 

1^5 min-l 




HW.C* F^l. 

1. Wo 

1 IhE bridEO and 

nl bv WBl 

i alei>a, and 


lu tbs 



uEb three 

iieU, one of 

wbich it iB 

ydl. long. 

, Tlis p 

■oint c 

alTiking vl 

or tlie ehMi 

rlll.« tn 

.« fol 

le fmilp 

Mh faclbc 

the Cl'/J br 





i>ueh lbs Kill 


ths B< 

lad beini 



M. Bnu 


:A 13110 fl. i 


»<] ii 

Dulntd-raJ (Hehl) and It 

nnrpBil; IbE Hullenninbsl-Til vli (1 tir,) Sadutia (Inn) to (3 bra.] Kslm- 
Saisurii (5310 ri. ; •T.nn-nhnf ftm), with fold-miBM woAed bj an Eogliah 

am £r<i/i»i Goldberg (7B80 FI.), nitDBled Dn the Tn&rgln of tbe Gtidbirg Olaeitr, 

'Sonnbliei [10,190 fl.t splfBdid viewl rniy bs niada fr^iin Kolm-Stignrn 
Ib li/rG brl., wilb gnlde (8 ST.). On Ibe loii <1 tba ZUUIhiaa,tD inn nnd 
m^teorolDglcal station. DDaeent to BiiUgmtilKt, sea BaiJstir't Bailera Alpi. 
— From Kolm-Esleura lo (be QiKeincr Hoasfcid via Ibe PorhJiard-SeliarLt, 

Immediately beyonrl Knuris-Kitiliich the train iraversos a tun- 
nel [297 yds.) under the Tata^ach SMouherg. — 5'J M. Tazsnhaoh 
[2330 fr. ; AlU Putt; SatavToni al the station), a village 
nasties. The ville)- now expands. To the tight, on a hill near [M M.) 
Qriti, is the churfh of SI. Qrnrgea (2709 ft.), a Hue point of vIl-w. 
On Iheloft the ire-clad fioAr T«in(ll,060 ft) rises rrom WiaFMtchtf' 
Tai. The train rrosfes the Salzanh and the Fiachtr Aehi. 
^^PSi/a M. Brack-FasoJi (2475 ft.; 'B6tel Kronprim, at the s 
^^K' I.iifc<uAarM2,- i?macU) lies opposite the entrance to the Futch, 



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J3, Boatt: 129 I 

Leaving the etatlon (PI. D, 4), we proceed to the right along the 
Itmlolf-Strsfse to the Mahoahbtbn-Platk (PL C, D, 4), wheie the 
Rudolfihmantn (I'l. "2), in red Tyrolese raarble, arecteii in 1863-77, 
camm em orates the WOO, anniversuy of the union of Tfrnl with 
Austria (1^63). At the top ia a brotize statue of DukeHndolphlV., 
10 ft. In height, by OriEseruinn, and acound the basin below are (out 
water-epauting dragons and four grirflns ai shield-bearera. 

We next reach tlie MiarA-TttEEESlBS-STBAaBB (i'L C, 3, 4), 
which contains the Landhaai, the Pi>it Ofpte (formerly the palace of 
Prince ot Thurn and Tails ; PL C, 4), and other handsome bnildiiigs 
of the 1T-I8th centuries. The Aima-SSfde (PI. C, 4), creeled Ir 
1706, couimetuotales the eTacualion of Tyrol hy the Bavarians in 
French in 1703. — The Mada-Theretiea-Sti. is continued towards 
the M. by the Heriog-Frieilrich'Strasse, a street flanked n 
cades ('l.auben'], which leads direct io the Goldne Dachl. 

The 'Qoldna DacU' (PI. 4j 0,3), » gilded copper roof, covering 
aricblate-Oothic balcony, belongs to a palace which Count Frederick 
of Tyml Slih the empty pockets' (d. U39j is said to have built at 
a cost of 30,000 ducats (about 14,0001.] ^ ""l*'!' "> tetate the im- 
putation in his nickname. The dale on the balcony Itielf refers it 
to the year 1500. The relicTs on the opper part and Ihe paintings 
and armorial beurlugs below leler to the Emp. MaiimtUsn 1, 
I'he handsome old Stailtt\trin or f'tucrlurm, 23lj ft. high, commiiiiils 

Thence the Uofgas^e leads to the right to Ihe 'Zraaeiionn 
Ohnroh, ocHofldrfiho(Pl, C,3J, in the Be naissance style, erected in 
l^u3-63, in compliance with the nill of Emp. Miiinillian 1. (d. 151II) 
(ut ihe pnrpose of notthily enshrining his monament. The Bne 
porch and dooinay should be noticed. 

Thi^ Ihtehtok !■ Dncn Dn wuk-days tiam 9 a.m. lo T p.m,, an Sal. anl 

Juiie l3Ui, Bcpl. Uili. and'ort. llh'&om 11 lo S and ifl«i U.BUp.m. — Tt'i 
ILe Icfl of Iko eottaoce it a monument lo A,Mriui Bofiv (glial U Minlua 
i.DlOlbFel., l^lUi tail bunaa n«rH tiraugbl bllhST in lS23)i al Ihe aidfs lie 
hla comiadoi J^i. Spiettarherld. ISSO) and thg Capucliln JoucMm Hannnier 
Id. 1S3^). — Tbs 'KDnumtBt sf the fupgcsr KuimlliaD, whu. buwoac, 

nave. MaximlUaD li repreiented Id a knuHag poilaie, tn braiiu, on a 
naailTe marble sLccophagHs, (niruudsd by 33 btonie atiluea of his 'cun- 
leiajiDtsrici and imcestori', in the IDlae at moumera and torch-brarcrt. 

as early >a 15"li, Ii iv^i out flubbed Ul'l tm under Arcbduks FciWand. 

ctinlar. Tae figuHa were cut by Slrplum OoH, Benk'ird Oedl, Grtgor 
Ldffltr, Hani l^ndriHlrridi. and iiib'iai and Iba fauiuua Pdrr Vuchrr of 
SorcmtHii^. lo wbnm tbe Jl^uma of KIne Ailbar (Itie flncit of Ihe lerlia) 
and TIi»ndur[r <8ih and 5ih on tLa ligbQ are atirllioled, alao locik paiL is 
the wurk. The Aguro of Uaiimllian UoiHlt la by L. dil Dvta (ISM). Ou 
tha lidei of Ihe aarcapha^us are 31 'Rellefi in marhle, reprBseatlDs the 
pnncjnal BTenK io Ibo emperoc'i Itfe. Tbeie wen deiigne^ by Fltrlaa 
M* (d. IDUA), hul, wUh Ihs eioepiiuu of IIis Drn fnnc, were e.ieeulad by 
^JUk.fJaMu of VsUoea (d. iSlS). Kany of Ibe taeada an poitraJUi Ihe 
^^Biei u[ HaiimiUan at dlffeieol pei'ioda of hie life ate unuilslshable) 



,n Church, Is the ImpEiia] pH- 
aoB, or Hoflrarg (Vl 0, 3), ereded in 1766-70. Visiiora are adrailled 
9-12 and 2-5 from tha Hofkircbe by the Silver Chaptl [see abova); 
tbe Siaemaal (witb paintings by ManlboTtscb] is woitb seeing. 

Opposite tbe Burg are the Sla^saU (PI. 19 j restaurant, see 
p. 128) and tbe Theairt [PI. C, 3). To tbe W. of tbe latter rises the 
LeofOldtbTunnen (PI. 1), erected by tbe town of InnsbrucS in 1893, 
wltli a small equestrian statue of Aichdnke Leopold V. and other 
bronze figures by 0. Graa (1626). — To the N. Is the well-kept Hof- 
garlen (band four times weekly in the afternoon}. 

No-Jt theHDfV.irclie, in tbe UniTersitils-Strasae, is the UniveTiitf 
(Pi. 0, D, 3), founded by Emp. Leopold tiv 1673 and attended by 
t about 1000 Btudents. Tbe Javitenkircht oi Vrnvertily Oivrch (Pi. W), 
I erected In 1627-40 in the baroque style, la crowned with a dome 
200 ft. high. Adjoining is the Vniveraily Library (PL 25], a coUection 
Of 177,000to1s. (open 8-1 and 3-5). — The adjacent Botania Garden 
(PL C, D|3)containe upwards of 600 spociea of Alpine plants with the 
different binds of rock on which they grow, arranged orographicaily. 

Near this point. In the Museum-Str., rUos the handsome Be- 
naiiBsnCB building of the ■Xnaenm FeidinaudennL (PI. C, D, 3), 
begun in 1842 and enlarged In 1884-86 (open daily, except Sun. 
afternoon, in summer 9-5, in winter 10-3; admiseion 1 A'., short 
guide 20 h.). 

Qbdukd Fi.ooh. In Iha Corridor are Roman, nedJicTal, and modern 
monnmEnlg in lUiIiB and bronie. — The contral Hall, coolaialne portrails 
of (he fnnnden and benefaclora or Iha museum, Is Intended toi IeinpoFBr|r 
eiliibiiions. To Ihe tcft and rlghl are llic Xoologicat CclUeHsn and Ilia 
OioUgiKU CMitUim. — First Fr.Doa. Kdodi t: ObOiMM of Arm. - 
E. U: IlhKUaa, Roman, aad Teutonic aDtlquiUes. — B. IH: Elhaosraph- 
ieel CallaHon. — R. IV: Oiiitrap/.leal Colleelwa i elatm byAnicbi Bnpienl 
taeagurlDE-lnllruinenls. -^ H.. V : Collections IllDslratlne the blslor; of 
ciSililation. - H. VI, a circular apartment, cnnlainine F'lrlotie and bislot- 
iral cdiu and curloiitiei: italue of llorcr; liis tombslone froui Hantii.-i; 
Ml sahre,amalel, culm struck durluE his brief rule, hUiido, elc.^ Speck- 
bacbar'B chain, ubre, and bell; Baapinecr's bo I and bFavlarr; aKeaiiolilan 
III -pOnnder ; tbe Bag Of a Tenellan volunteer corps, caftured fcora (he 
..J fjlig fiaiiiiUjf jonaa, a memorial of Ilia matsbal of Ihat 

nama, coolaini oier 1000 auloeisphs; the moat laieresUug leavu. 
Ubiied In framel nn the wal].~B. VII: ScQlptnrei and ptulei-ca.9U ofwoi 

liy TitDloJB artlBtj, — R. VUl! Small objecta of art. — B, IX ' ■— 

ot Ibe IBIb gent, downwntan. — &. Xi Ohjecta of art Id oiela 

le, C»b, I-V: l^olBSe, Ger- 
es. — HJt. I-nii Works by 

». IV luHiragBeriLDuni j: '3. Dtfng^r, Speckbiicher and bis sob Anflerl; 
elK copies of Dt^rcgger^d cbief picLupei, bjucrhed ap b^ bimulf. ^ R. T : 

Bpablsb mulEif at Ihs t7-ISlb canlurics. — R. vd: NetheAands msjtect: 
Van it/ BiUI, Etmimvll, f'raai Bali. Tirluit/, a. Boa, elc. — CabiDSIa 
VI'X; rngniyiiip, water colours, aod drawings. 

The OhnrclL of Bt. Junei [St. Jakob; PI. 0,3], erected in 1717- 
24, coutaing n picture of the Virgin over the tigh-alwr by L. Cranach, 
siirruuniled vilb a painting by Si:h!ipff, 

'llie hnndsomB Bridgs (PI. B, 3), « hioh leads to (ha auliutbs of 
8t. Mkoluvs and Uariahilf on the left bank of the Inn, aiIor>lB the 
best siuvey of the entlioni. In the Inn Altei/ an the loft Lank is a 
line Statue of Watttur von der Vogci meidt (p, 1 4a). — To the WMtr- 
Lury ind Miihiau, see p. 133. 

At the S, end of the Matia-Therealen-Sii'asse is a Xriiimph>I 
Gata (PI. 0, b), erected by the citiienB in 1705, on the ocCAsion of 
die entry of Emp. Francis I. and the £uipresB Maris Theresa, to 
Lonimeiuorali) the mairiuge of Prince Leopold [anenvanls, 
l,ei>pulil II.) with the Infants Msris Ludoviu. The emperor dii:d 
tefoie the conclusion «f the festivities. 

Beyond this gate, to the right, btb the Tyrolcse QlaM-Pamling 
und Moiaic Eilablithmcnt (PI. 'ii, B. 6; o^ien on neek-days 11-12 
and 5-G) and the Xtimy-ift Hufiiai (.PI. C, 5). In the adjacent 
Full ui era yer-t'tr. stand the La\e V<,arti (PL B, 4, 5], the Tamhallt 
(KymiLislic inslilutu; PI. ii), snd the fasi/upouluin (toachers' SBOiin- 
ary ; I'l. B, 0, 4). The gai.len of the last (open 4-7 from May Int to. 
July Ifilh, 8-12 and 0-4 from July IQlh to Sept. IBlh) contdns a 
large and interesting Rtiitf tiodtl of Tyrol (scale 1 : 7500 ; lertlcal 
sciile 1 : 3500), by Prof. Schuler, covering an area of about 100 sq. 
yds., and reproducing accurately the geological peculiarides of the 
difforent ilistricls. — The well-kept Cemcieiy euulaina handsome 
uiodirn monunienlahyTyrolesesculptots and the original monument 
of A. Colins, the eciilplor (p. 129), In the Beiiaissance etyle. 

In t)ie auburb of mitm, about "^ U. ham the TriurapliBl Bale, 
on the Brenner road (p. lii), lo the left, U the chnrch of the former 
liomunBtratansian abbey of WillBn (PI. D, 7), a good esample of 
ihc florid baroque style, from the end of the 17(h century. By tha 
portal are slalues of ihp giants Uaimon snd Thyraua, the Irailitloiial 
founders of (ha abbfy. — In 3 luin, more the road brings us to the 
l!erg Iscl station of the steam -tram way (lo Ambras snd Igis, see 
p. 133), DboTO Hhicb is the Bierstindl Restaurant. 

'11>e -Berg lie! (PI. D, 8; 2460 ft.), reached in 10 min. by an 

t'lsy patli [the carriage-ioad diverges from the Brenner road farther 

up to the W., comp. PI. C, 8), is famous (or the battles fought in 

^^Jflfijli during which Andreas Bofor and his brave Tyri.lBan peasants 

^^Bu lecaptured the capital from the Fremh. The hiULsssIni'e 


fofUrdM. IHNSBRTHK. 13. Roalt: 129 I 

^^K Leaving the EtiHon (Fl. D,4), ve proceed lo tlie dgbt along tha 
^^HBdolf-Strsase to the Maboibbtkn-Plati (PL G, D, 4), where the 
^Budolfiininnm (PL 2), in ted Tyrolese marble, eructed In 1863-77, 
commeni orate B the ^(JOlh anniverBary ot tlie nnioii ot Tyrol wltb 
Auetrii (1369). At the top is i> bronze statue of Duke liudotph IV., 
]0 ft. in height, by Oriisemann, &nd arouTid the bBHiil belon toiur 
water- spoatiiig dragons and fonr grintns as Bhleld-hearers. 

We ne»t reach the MiaiA-THBBEaiEN-STaAssi (PLC, 3, 4), 
nbich contains the Landliaiu, the Foil Offict (foimerly the pal&ce of 
PiincB of Thum and Taxis ; PL G, 4], and other handaome bDildings 
of tha 17-18th centuries. The Anna-Sihilt (PI, C, 4), erected io 
1706, conimemocates the evacuation of Tyrol by the Bavarians and 
French lu 1TU3. — Thi> MatU-ThetcBien-Str. ia continued towards 
the N. by the Heiiog-Friedrich-Straase, a streot flanked with ar- 
cades ('l.auben'], nhlcb leads direct to the Qoldne Dachl. 

The 'Boldna Daehl' (PI. 4; C, 3), a glided copper roof, covering 
a rich late-Qotbic balcony, belongs to a palace which Count Fredericli 
of Tyrol 'wilh the empty pockets' (d. 1439) is said lo have built at 
a coat of 30)000 ducats [about 14,0001.) in order lo refute the Im- 
putation in his nickname. The date on the balcony itself refers it 
to the year 160O. The reliefs on the upper part and the paiiilingl 
and Btinorial henringa below refer to tha Emp. Maiiiiiillou I. — 
The handsome old SladUurm or ffucflurm, '^36 ft. high, coiamands 

Thence the Hofgasie leads to the right to the 'TrnneUoMi 
Chnrah, orHofkirohe (PL G,3J, in the Itenaissance style, erected in 
ln53-63, IncompILiiicQwlth the wiU of Emp. Uaximilian 1. (d. 1D10] 
for the purpose of itorthily enshrining hf( ""' 

porch and doocwa; should be no deed. 

The ISTanon Ig npBD un week-ds}!i frnm 9 a. 
Ihp CTM n! hiillilaji tm i p.m. only i on Sun. and 
.rung L3tb, Bapl. Ulh. and Dd, llh from 11 lo a 
■ Icfl i.f Ihi ■ - ... 


I, also lonk part in 
., .. W Bum (IBill. On 
□ marbla, reprCAiTiirii^ thu 

.J, IMG], tiiU,~ wtTu'lbs Excsplloo or tbs Brat ranw. wfm e.rki.UiI hv 
;. CBHm at ailiaei («. Uiai. Uany of ibe hea> 

' '"--'-iniaii at aifferon- -—'■•■- -' '-- " 

oittla. iOtb Edi 

118 Route 10. BISOHOFSHOFEN. From Salzburg 

Saths and bridges in every direction. At the N. and S. entrances to the 
efen are finger-posts indicating the approach, and not 1/4 M. apart, though 
the walk through the rocky wilderness occupies V2 hr. A path leads along 
the left bank of the Salzach to a point of view (^der Oefen Ende^) com- 
manding the best survey of the Oefen as well as a glimpse of the Salzach- 
Thal, and to the (16 min.) Croaten-HShU^ a fortified cave on the slope of 
the Hagengebirge, at the entrance of the Pass Lueg. 

Route from Golling to Ahtenau (LammerGfen; Attbach Fall) and vi& the 
Zwiesel-Alp to Gosau^ see p. 112. 

Beyond Golling the railway traverses the broad valley towards 
the S., passing on the right the entrance to the Bliintau - Tal . 
and on the left that of the Lammer-Tal (p. 112). It crosses the 
Lammer and Salzach, passes through a tunnel (1000 yds. long) 
piercing the Ofenauer Berg, and again crosses the Salzach by a slant- 
ing iron bridge of 105 yds. span. It then enters the *Fa8B Lueg, a 
grand defile of the Salzach, 6 M. in length, between the Termen- 
Qebirge on the E. and the Hagen-Oebirge on the W. — SGi/j M. Con- 
cordia-Hutte (1700 ft. 5 inn), at the entrance to the Bluhnbach-Tal. 
The line follows the right bank, and crosses several torrents. To 
the right, farther on, romantically perched on a rock 345 ft. above 
the Salzach, is the well-preserved Schloss Hohenwerfen , built in 
1076, and restored in the 16th century. 

28 M. Werfen (1720 ft.). The village (Post; Hirsch ; Tirolerwirt) 
lies on the opposite bank, overlooked by the jagged rocks of the 
Uebergossene Alp (see below). — Q8V2M. Pfarr- Werfen, The valley 
expands. The train crosses the Fritzbach (p. 184), issuing from a 
narrow gorge, and then the Salzach. 

33 M. Bischofsliofen (1795 ft.; *Rail. Restaurant ^ Hotel, R. 
2-21/2 K.; AUe Post; Bocklinger; Nev^ Post, well spoken of), an old 
village with three churches, Is the junction for the upper Ennstal 
Railway (p. 184). The (1/4 hr.) Fall of the Oeinfeldbach is worth 
seeing. To the W. rises the Ewige Schnee (*perpetual snow') group 
of mountains or Vebergossene Alp, culminating in the Hochkbnig 
(9640 ft.). 

The line traverses the broad valley, on the left bank of the 
Salzach ; fine retrospect of the bare and jagged peaks and precipices 
of the Tennen-Qeblrge. — 38 M. St. Johann im Fongau (1845 ft. ; 
*Pongauer Hof, at the railway-station, R. from IV2, pens. 6-8 K.; 
Post; Franz Prem; Zum Andrd'l; Kreuz; Schwaiger , near the 
church), a large village (3000 inhab.), 3/^ M. from the station, with 
a fine modern Gothic church, Is a favourite summer-resort. 

To the ^Liechtenstein-Klamm (on foot there and back 31/2 hrs. ; one- 
horse carr. from the station in 1 hr., there and back, including a stay of 
IV2 hr., 4 K. 40a. ; two-horse carr. 8 K. 20A. ; omnibus to Plankenau 1 JT.). 
. We cross the Salzach and the Wagreiner Bach and follow the Grossarl road 
to the village of (21/2 M.) Plankenau (Oberlechner). The new road diverges 
here to the right and ascends to (V2 ^t^') the bridge over the Orotsarler 
Ache, 6 min. from the entrance to the wild rocky gorge (adm. OOA.). The 
Ache descends through the gorge in a series of cascades. The path, STTO yda. 
in length, is perfectly safe, being a yard wide and provided with a railing. 
At the end of the imposing Second Qorge (Vi hr.) is a waterfall, 175 ft. 
in height. 


1122 Eouu n 
Wiabofer ; Otermaiw; nananenrirl ,■ Fat ; Sieltrttj, i piclUtesqM 
titnated s a mm er -re sort, Tbe PtUeritf-Ackt is crossed. 
92 M. St. JDhum in Tiial (2160 fL; Po>t; Car,- Zum SaiM'M 
Jfouer, St the Btatlon], in the broad Lrukfti-Tal, or rallef of (he 
Qtosk Acht, is commBnded by the Ealstr-Qrlirgt on Ihe W. 
A raid leadi to lUe >'. from El. Jubnim Ibr.-mgh the AcHeulal ind 
-rti BffJmAnTj 10 19 K.) WiudiinB CJ&BO fl. ; Aufl, . " ' ' " — 

wad fau BlriU. l-i (6 K.) Le/rr (p. tSL). — A plBuW 
piMnres-jne njIfr-iSn (JTBi ft.; iDo M Ihe B. end; ir. 

SS H. EUiliiLd (3420 ft. ; *i7fil. A^t6ubil, first clus, B. 1 
2, pens. ST.; TiefenirumitT; Hint Thrav ; OotimerGrcif; *Pen 
ScUon Lebatterg, English landJidy, penE. IE. iOft.; Pen*, mm 
Wildrn Kaiser; Ftn>, Hiriinger), a charmingly sitnaled littie lo»n, 
much frequented in summer. Ahout 1 M. to the S. is the KU%biihltf 
Bad, with a chalybeate Bpring. 

The *KiCaUlhl8t Hon (EoSO U. ; S'/i hn.; liorie n cha]i-c>rTiB«E IB £.) 
ii a Ughl]' ■ttracU're point. Ad eaiy rotd a'eeod« la Ibe (Vh b».] /»■ 
abme tlis Trail -Alp vhcnct ItiD iiunmll ('Jitd, 1>ed 2<S, peo^ 7 A") li 

, A pictureaque road leadi to Iba S. from Kililifibel via On Paa Tliftit 

^^^ The railway CDiies roand the town and gndnally ascends iji 

^H (101 M.} Schxeaneniee to (103 M.) Kirchhrrg f2690 fl. ; BecfalnlTl; 

^^B Baiuwirt), prettily eitnaled at the entrance to the Sperten-Jal. 

^H The line now descends at the S. base of the Hohe Salvi to (107 M.] 
Wtttendorf (2i90 ft. ; EeEtaorant] and btyood a tunnel enteiG llie 
Wlndati-Tai , where it deecribeg a «ide curve before traTersing a 
second tnniiel (360 yds. long] back to the nsnow Briien-Tal. — 
llSVi M. Hop^arten (1930 ft. ; Foit; Boie; Dleicald; Bataaranl 
tX the Etation, with rooms}, a targe Tillage. 

Tbe •Hobs fialTS (oSFAfr.l, Uie Rlgi of tb? Lc.wer Inntal, i< ngnally 
Kctnded from HDpfearleo (Shr-,; 6"'*=. * i-r TmniceBBarjr-, bo.-»p Mi 
'chiiif-B-portsur.' at E). Tbe ronU Ifadi ihroDgb tbt (V. hr.) TiUige aoJ 

Tbrnce il leads pail ih! Kalbn-amit lo ths (IVi b") «™ii«i ™ wbieb 

^H %n a Eliapel ind a dean 7m (10 b-d?). Splendid -Tiew. J 

^^B Tbe train UaverseE the SrifcnlofirA'talue, a woodediocby goigt^H 
^^Hi «bDTe which, OD a epnj to the right, stands Sehlou Itttr. .^H 

^H 116V;M. wargland Ihence to (1^7 M.) /ntnifucl^ see p. l^H 

^B 11. The Oastein Valley. ^H 

^^f ISVi H. TiuEus B^tiwiY (apeiEd in Sci.t. IWil from Scboinac'b^^l 
^^ BidG«lein inlbr, lO-lhr, SOirin.; t~re. SS.IO S.K-., 1 .K. lOA, - T#^" 

the Tanern Tni>nel {p. 1J5) Id MiUuUi will protabli \'t opaned in 1L<.-" 
5o),« (1920 ft.), see p. US. 

QaKlein diverges here to the left * " 

^^H Kailray, skirls the hillfif 

to Innsbruck. LEND. 10. BouU. 119 

The *Hoeh-ariindeck (5990 ft.) may easily be ascended in Si/s brs. by 
a marked bridle-path from St. Johann. Beautiful view. Summer inn 
10 min. below the top. 

The valley of the Salzach now contracts and bends towards the 
W. — 41 M. Schwarzach-St'Veit (1920 ft. ; junction for the railway 
to Gastein; see p. 123). The train crosses the Salzach, which here 
dashes through a rocky ravine, passes through a tunnel, and recrosses 
to the left bank. 

46 M. Lend (2085 ft. ; Twrri'a Inn). The vlUage (Post, R. 2-3 K.) 
lies on the opposite bank. Below the village i}/^ M.) a fine water- 
fall is formed by the Oasteiner Ache just before it joins the Salzach. 

Above (48 M.) Eschenau the line crosses the Salzach twice, in 
order to avoid the Eschenauer Plaike and the Embacher Plaike (slopes 
of loose stones), and then penetrates the Vnterstein, a spur of slate- 
rock on the left bank, by a tunnel, 352 yds. long. We next skirt the 
Salzach and reach (51^2 M.) Rauris-Kitzloch, at the entrance of the 
RawiS'Tal, 1/2 M. to the E. of Taxenbach. 

^Kitzloch-Klamm (I1/4 hr. there and back from the Rauris-Eitzloch 
station). We cross the Salzach to the Restaurant Lackner. and then the 
Rauriser Ache (adm. 40 A.), and ascend the right bank of the latter to the 
(25 min.) Keuel^ into which the AcM is precipitated in four leaps from 
a height of 330 ft. CKitzloch Fall). We cross the bridge and ascend in 
zigzsLga and by wooden steps, and at the top we turn to the right and 
pass through three tunnels, one of which is ^yds. long. This point com- 
mands a striking view of the chasm. We may either turn here or follow 
the footpath farther to the (U/z hr.) village of Rauris. 

The shortest route to the Eauria, a valley known for its gold-mines, 
leads through the Kitzloch-Elamm, the new road being li/z M. longer. — 
6 M. Bauris or Qaisbaeh (3110 ft.; *Zum Alien Brdtier; Hofmann) is the 
chief place in the valley, which at WSrth^ about 3 M. farther on, divides 
into the Seitenwinkel-Tal (right) and the HUttenmnlel-Tal (left). About 3 hrs. 
up the former lies the Tauernhavt (4965 ft. •, rustic Inn), whence we may 
proceed to (23/4 hrs.) the Hochtor of the Heiligenbltit-Rattriser Tauem (8440 ft.) 
and (2 hrs.) Heiligenbhtt; see Baedeker's Eastern Alps. — A bridle-path 
ascends the Huttenwinkel-Tal via (1 hr.) Buchehen (Inn) to (3 hrs.) Eolm- 
Saisrurn (5240 ft. ; *Tauernhof Inn), with gold-mines worked by an English 
company, in a grand situation, and to (21/2 hrs. farther) Ihe Knappenhaus 
am Hohen Goldberg (7680 ft.), situated on the margin of the Goldberg Glacier^ 
which has covered part of the old mines. The interesting ascent of the 
«Sonnblick (10,190 ft.; splendid view) may be made from Kolm-Saigurn 
in 4V«-5 hrs., with guide (8 JST.). On the top is the Zittelhaus, an inn and 
meteorological station. Descent to Heiligeablut^ see Baedeker's Eastern Alps. 
— From* Kolm-Saigurn to the Gasteiner Nassfeld via the Pochhard-Scharle, 
see p. 125. 

Immediately beyond Rauris-Kitzloch the train traverses a tun- 
nel (297 yds.) under the Taxenbach ScUossberg. — 52 M. Taxenbach 
(2330 ft. ; Alte Post; Restaurant at the station), a village with two 
castles. The valley now expands. To the right, on a hill near (56 M.) 
Ories, is the church of St. Georgen (2705 ft.), a fine point of view. 
On the left the ice-clad Hohe Tenn (11 ,060 ft.) rises from the Fuscher- 
Tal. The train crosses the Salzach and the Fuscher Ache, 

58V2 M. Bruck-Fusch (2475 ft.j *H6tel Kronprinz, at the sta- 
tion; Lvkashar^l; Omacht) lies opposite the entrance to the Fuscher- 


^122 Route 10. KITZBl'JlliL. 

Wlakoftr; Obermaier; flammerieirl; Poat; Siebertr), i pi 

Bltnsted aummer-resorl. The Piiler/it-Acht Is crossed. 

92 M. St. Johaim in Tirol (2160 ft. ; Post; Bflr; Zum L 

Kaiitr, at the st&tion], In tbe bioad Leuken-Tal, or TsUer o 

Otosm AchCy is cnraraanded by the Kaitet-OtUrgt on Ihe TV. 
A ro»d leid» to (lie K. from SI, JuLann Ibra-"'- --- '-•-—■- 

vii Brn/fBdor/ (o (9 M.) Wmiarine [2660 fl.i /\«l), 

lbs wateribed between Ihe Ache sod Ibe Eialacb: 

wild Pall Slriih n (6 M.) Lofer (p. 131)- — 

from ■Wtidrinj ITirougli lie Oifcti or gorgs a 

pirtnTes-lue PilUr-Src cmi ft.; Idd al tbo 

08 M. KiUbfthel {2420 ft. ; •HBI. Kittbr.hel, flret cl 

a, pens. 8ff. i TicfenhrvnTieri Mint rbrdv ; Ooldtner Grtif ; * . 
^ AcMoM Ltltnlirs, EngllEh IkndUdy, pens. 7 A*. 20^.; Peru, mm 
I Vjidin Kalur; P<ni. HiTiinger), a charmingly sltuatei) Illtle to«n, 
[ much frequented in summer. About 1 M. to the S. is the KitibShlef 
T Bad, with > chslybeste ipiing. 

The "KitiliaUec Hon (6580 ft.; 3i/. lira,; hcrie or dhaiMirriige i8 K.) 

il a bigblj ittr.clive pDint, An ens; roid a'cends lo tha (2"/, bra.) Inn 

above the Trall-Alp wbence the tummlt ('Iiin, bed S-3, pen'. 7 £.) ii 

A pletoreaquG raid l^adi lo Ihe S. from KiCibUhel via Ibe Pan TAsih 

tiiEOri.i inn) ID (Bi/a bre) UilUniU (p. 136). 

' The railway curves round the town and gradually aecends tia 

I (101 M.;) Schieartema lo (103 M.) Kirchbtrg (2690 ft. ; Beohlwlrij 

I Bainvlrt), prettily gUnsted at the entrance to the Spcrtm-Tal. 

: The line now descends at the 8. base of the Boht Salve to (107 M.] 

Westendorf (2i90 it. ; Eestaurant) and beyond a tunnel enters tbe 

tnndnu- Tui, where it deaeribes a wide curve before trayersing a 

gecond tunnel (360 yds. long) back to the narrow Briien-Tal. — 

Hd'liM..Moptgutea(i9Slia..; Foil; Soie; Diticald; Butaarant 

at tbe Gl&tlon, with rooniE3i a large village. 

Tbe 'Hobe Sain [a9fBrr.), tbs Blei of Ihe L>,wer Inntal, H nEnilly 
wcended from Hopfeartei) (3brf.; gi.ide, IK., uon^ceseary, Hd.-m 10, 
'cbalie-i-pUTMuri- S4 A'.). Ibe ronle leaill Ihroaib Ibe ('/, tar.) villige anif 
ascends lo the left bj Ihe (3 min.) llnger-pMt lo Ihe (I'/i hr.j Ttiuitr Un. 
Thrnee it laadi past tb? Katbn-imUf to th; Mt b<-.) inmalt on which 
are » cbapel ind a cleia In« (10 bsdi). Splendid -Vitw. 

The train traTeises tbe Brixentaltr KlallK, a wooded rocky gorge, 
aboTB which, on a spar to tbe right, stands Sehloa IlUr. 

llS'/jM, werglsnd Ihence to (157 M.) /nn.Srucft, see p. 136. 

11. The Gastein Valley. 

B.1 RAH^iT (opened In Sept. IBOi) fr 
r. 10-1 hr. Miiiln.i firei 3 A-. 40, 5^. 

tbe Tanem Taiio«l (p. 1%) la Mnllnlti will probiblj be o 
Scl,^BartlKh-Sl-Vtit {1920 ft.), «ee p. 119. The 
OaiteUi diverges here to the loft froin the Siliburg and InasbiucIC • 
I Railway, skirls the hillside as far as (3 M.) Station Loihfan 

IbronliF I 
' > 1»S. 

biudt • J 

to Innsbruck, SAALFELDEN. 10. Route. 121 

at the top of the hill. The road then proceeds through the open valley 
to the (IV2 M.) Hinterwaldhof in the WiUtelau (2865 ft.). At the (8/4 M.) Inn 
turn Kapruner ThSrl we enter the fine Ehenwald and ascend to the (IV4 M.) 
*Ke88elfall-Alpenhaus (3460 ft.), a good first-class hotel, near the beautiful 
JTeMe^/'al^ (electric light in the evening). The road, now steep and narrow, 
here crosses the Ache, mounts in windings to the (IV2 hr.) Limberg-Alpe 
(5145 ft.)t at the beginning of the Wauerfallhoden^ and then leads to the 
(25 min.) Orgler-Hutte (inn) and the (6 min.) Bainer-HiUte (5320 ft. ; inn). 
On the opposite bank is the Wasserfall-Alpe. The "^Moserboden (6465 ft.; 
Hotel), the highest terrace of the valley, is reached in 1 hr. from the Bainer- 
Hutte (to the end of the Karlingcr Olacier V2 hr. more). It is surrounded 
by a majestic amphitheatre of glaciers and snow-clad mountains: Wies- 
hachhorn (11,710 ft). Glockerin (11,235 ft.), Barenkopf (11,175 ft.), JoharmU- 
herff (11,376 ft.), KitzsteinJiorn (10,510 ft.), etc. — For mountain ascents {Kitz- 
tteinhom, Wietbachhorn, etc.), see Baedeker^t Bcutem Alps. 

From Zell am See to Mittersill and "Krimml (Upper Pinzgau), see p. 125. 

The train quits the lake at Schlosa FrielaUf now occupied by 
peasants. 64^2 M. Maishofen (2510 ft.) , on the flat watershed be- 
tween the Salzach and the Saalach ; to the left, the chateau of 8aal- 
hofj at the mouth of the Olemmtal^ from which the Saalach issues. 
The broad grassy valley of the Mitter-PinzgaUj with a fine view of 
the Steineme Meer on the right, is next traversed. — •' 70 M. Saal- 
felden (2380 ft.; Rail. Restaurant; Dick's Hotel). The viUage 
(Berlca; Post), with 1800 inhab., 1 M. to the E. of the station, is 
prettily situated on the Vrslauer Ache^ in the middle of the broad 
valley. About ^4 hr. to the S. of the village is *Antonio^s Bath 
Establishment (peat-water), with swimming-baths, restaurant, and 
rooms to let (pens. 4-5 K.). 

Fboh Saalfelden to Lofer, 151/2 H., diligence daily in 3V2 hrs. ; carr. 
12, with two horses 20 K. The road runs on ttie right bank of the Saalach 
through the Diesbacher Hohlwege, a narrow gorge about 6 M. long, to 
(10 M.) Ober-Weissbach (p. 117), where the road from Berchtesgaden via 
Xh^HirschbUhl descends on the right (p.ll?; V2br. to theN. is the interesting 
*Seueiiberg-Klamm). Grossing the Saalach, we next pass the Lampreehts- 
0/enloeh (left), a capacious cavern, and the (1 hr.) mouth of the SchUttach 
graheuy V2br. up which is the imposing *Forderifca««r-Ztomm; and beyond 
(131/2 M.) SL Martin reach (I5V2 M.) Lofer (2095 ft. •, Post; Brdu; Schweizer), 
a frequented summer resort, amid beautiful surroundings (to the W. the 
Loferer Steinberge, to the £. the Beitalp Gebirge). Hence to St. Johann via 
Waidring, see p. 123. A beautiful road (diligence twice daily in 4 hrs.) 
leads from Lofer to (17V2 M.) Reichenhall, via Unken (1810 ft.; Postj 
Lamm), a summer-resort near which lie the baths of Oberrain, and via 
JUelleck, Schnaizlreut, and Jettenberg. A preferable route for pedestrians 
leads via the Nesselgraben and past the Thum-See. For details and for a 
description of Reichenhall, see Baedeker's Eastern Alps. 

The train now turns to the N.W., crosses the Saalach, enters the 
Leogang^Tal, and ascends rapidly at the base of the Bimhorn to 
(75 M.) Leogang (2756 ft. ; Inn). About 8/4 M. to the N. are the 
baths of the same name. The line next crosses the Weissbach and 
Oriessenbachy and beyond Pass Griessen (2835 ft.), which was once 
fortified, crosses the Tyrolese frontier. Beyond (81 M.) Hoolifilzen 
(3175 ft.), on the watershed between the Saalach and the Inn, the 
train descends a sharp gradient (1 : 44) on the right side of the 
FramaU'Tal, or PiUersee-Achental. — 87 M. Fleberbmnn (2565 ft. ; 


' y 



i i 




' I 



BBilon (Mtj-8ept.), for a iliiy of nJiwurilB of Ave days, B-W J 
to UiecISM inwhicli tbmisltDr in rnnked; idiKliDnaJ membliit 
anil aersants Froporiionally lees. 

Bad Otutein (3480 !t\ a celebrated thetanJ station (7-8000 
tors annnally), is picturesijuely sitoated in the narrow valley of the 
Gaetelner Aciis, the older and more important part lying on the 
liglit bank, Tbe chief rallying' points of visitors are the Email Straa- 
blnger-PluU, between tie SCraiUbinger a.nd Badeacbloss hotels, and 
tbe Wandelbalin, a long covered glase-gallery, uaed as a promenade 
3n wet weather. At the W. end is the Kur-Casiao, wiih rendlng- 

The Arht, which flons thioHfih Iho valley, is precipitated bcre 
throogli tlMTOw gorgfiB, forming two magniflcent 'Watkkf.m.lh, tbe 
upper 307 ft., tbe lower 260 ft. high. Tbe upper fall is best vieweil 
from tbe bridge by Straubingei's , the lowei from a small tcrtace 
idjoinlng tbe Gsstciner Hof or from the bridge at tbe foot of tlie 
■ - " the falls are illaniinited on Wed. and So '^ 

.30 p.m. 
The hot spvingB (77° to 150° l^'alir.) rise on the slope of tbe 
ierg and yield about 8.^0,000 gaUons of water dally. The wil 
'which has neither tasto nor smell, containa a very small proportlt 
■ leral ingredienla, but possesses invigorating properties, and ii 
lenefleial in cases of debility, nervons afteelions, gont, etc. 

nof-Oasleid on the lafl (W.) lUe of tbe vallBj 
uasu Ibe Villa Jttraa. Ulgbei op, on the !eft, arc lh« BtOerai {ntH; Una 
view] ana Ihe YlUa EoOaniia. The TOul osxl reaches the Sutihidt (riEht) 
ami tbe imall PnlalaHl Otursh. At ttils point, 10 tbe right, balow the 
road, begin the Srhaarnaberg Frtmnnda, with various vlewa of tbewater- 
hllB, wbjle the Kinf<i-OUB BUtiOtn here overlooks the Ouleia i^ley. 
Farther on, by the £nAfl-carVoAann aodfiiiEs), tn the left, the ihadf Eri 
lurre^Johaim Promttada leads (o (I M.) ElBda'i SetUnavat (view). 

On the rigbl (S.) side of the vaUey a chamdog walk is afforded by 
Ihe 'Xaiiirutg, which fiiUows the slope of the hill abmo tbe CiureJl uj 

■ ce;;iiIiF viaitor la Oasleln for many yean, 10 (SO isin.) Ihe '/rsSsiwvn' 
Sof flMouranl (fine view] and to (S& mla.] the <W^ •«> OrSan Baan In 
lie K-;iacbacb-Tttl (see below). — The Scfti™-c« Zfal, a c*fii wia an ad- 
iniralile Tien-, on the road to tbe KBtsebach-Tal, ii ceocihed in ID min. by 

■ palb <)iveri;ing Id Uie right near Ihe Hababurger Hof. — Shady paths 
wiib siepa ascenil (ram the BaduchlDsa Hotel to the (S mln.] Boht Srflcti 
with a view of Ihe upper fall, and to Ibe (i/t br.) Ffrta-aniu, near ihc 
ilatioD or tbe new Tauein rallwiy {p. 133). — The but ascent to the 
(6 min.) Scliillir-HIShi la from Qraberi. 

LoKi^i^ii EiuimsiaHB. The wmdlicharau-B{l!u fU hr.l. an tbe slons 
or Ih? Bi'lberg, alTordi i 



I in reached by Ihe road leadlne t 
I (see above), whence a bridle-path na 
to {!'/. br.) Ptbum, the last Alp (i» 
K and Ibe NASSrELD are Ihe two fav 

_. ...eWildbad. [Tbe ihady fainWii £Wi 

id> lo Ihe Un from the Gsfii Bellevne over Ihi 
■ft hank of Iba Acbc. talte" walkera iVi h'.l 
gbe Bhicke (p. 134], rolluHine (Irsl Ibe left, 

past the 

nOF-GASTElK. ll.Eouli. 123 j 

D the left, tlireailing the Lomer and Itppr.t 
rt-'Tunne^a (808 and 813 yds.), batweeTi which it oiossos the 
faittiner Ache In the hatlom of the det^p and sombre Klamm Oorgt 
by s bridge of 72 ft. span. At {B'/a M.) /Oammtletn (2550 ft.) tt 
pmergBB on the uppet level of the greeii QasltlnValley ; to tha right 
riees the double-peaked Bernkogel (7626 ft.), to the left tha Arlflpltz 
(7245 ft.), and to the S., in tha background, tha TlBch (8076 ft.). 

Wo now follow the right bank of the Ache, cioseing it before 
(9'/* M.) Dorf Oiultin (2740 f(.), and then gradually aai-end along 
the hill-side. — 12 M. ttnf-GasUIn, li/s M. Id the \.W. (new toad) 
of the Tillage. 

Hol-ea»tom(2850 ft; *Aroser, R. 2-4 A'.; *MulkT; Potl), oa 
(he right bank ot the Aohe, the capital of the yalley (840 inhab.), 
was in the 16th cent., when its mines still produced consideiable 
qnnnitties of gold and silTor, the wealthieat place in this district next 
ti» Sslibnrg, Several of the houses, with decorations of the 16th cent, 
atlll testify to the ani'.ient prosperity of the place, especially that of 
UoHt, With arcades on each Door. The Kalser-?latii la adorned nith 
a gilded bust of Emp. Franuia I., cotnmennorating tlie oonatruction 
in 1828 of a condnit, upwards of 3M. long, which brings the thermal 
wnlor hither from the springs at Bad Oastein. The temperature of 
tlie water fiUs during Its trsneit from 102" to 93° Fahr. Baths at 
the 'Miirktische liadesiiaUlt', the hotels, and many private houses. 

IhB •Ommakiukaial (SUBfi ft.) boree sod atlenilant 21 K. fiO A., t-uidc B K.) 
In aBcsnded fiom Hof-Oulein or Bad ClaslelD in IVi hn. On thi- ■ummit 
ii u rrr.i|;e-liut. Tha snow-monDtilna of the Anko^el aad the TL^chlerkar 
(Dacier nrs molt coDipienoiii to Ihe S. ; Id Ihe W,, (he luftj donble-paaked 
pyramid of Uie Qrou-Qlackner and tbB Wleabacbtaotn ; K., the Uebergoa- 
isne Aim; U.K., Ibe Daebitcin ud Ihe UochEOlliDf. 

FartbsT ou therailway passes the station otKaltenbmnn, opposite 
Ilof-Oastoin to the W., snd croeaea Iha deep gorge ot t\\a Anger- 
Tat by an iron bridge of 300 ft. span, 279ft. above theta/'enn-Bor/., 
which deacende in brawling cascades. We then skirt the wooded 
hillside, soon obtaining aview of the K fits chach-Tal with its glaciers, 
and farther on of Bad Qastein, in the valley bolnw, and reach the 
station of (18l/a M.) Bad Oartrin, Bitnaled above Ihe village to the 1 
8.W., on the W. side of the Pyrkorshohe (p. 124). ^ 

B»A Otntain. — Hateti. •STUDBiHaaa, B. 3-t. B. H/i. I<- i I-. 
»ith d^pEndanco 'ifa-iui, (B. 6-KK.1i •GAaTiiHBB Hof, R. from iS.i 
'Wbuj«*iB( -B*bKiioni.oH« i •KiiiniiKOF. R. e-WE„ on the Kai-er-Pro- 

fall of the Acbe; 'Hiagcu ('/iM- from 8ti>ublne»'>),''0aKKi>iA, both in 

HoBiRi VuLa iHFtiBilLii, Db. Sl'Sidsb 1 HtlB 1 HOHtnnoERi WleidiS 
SociinuK, ViLCt BaLi.aHDii, LiuU| Vilu Bi.La asd Villa Lddha, 
below Ihe W*DdeIbalm;ORoiiRi Aaoina; S(B>THii.;E»nBBiDs Johxxh, 
■1 the bejlflnliiE of the proineDada of Hist nsmei Echo, etc ; HiLEnn- 
- — 1, PimiK; EDntwEiss; AtrEHKOSB (ibe last foar wlibout batba). — 
i TiUfapIt O/fici In Ihe Straubineet-PIMs, — 0/M lErponlsr) 0/ 
'•••' RailKBtt, BiUoininB the WnndelbaliB. — Rnfuci' Tax during the 



■nd Bervanta proporl 

Bod Baatein [3480 ft.1, » celobcated tliermal bIiUoh (7-8000 ^ . 
toTE atinimlly], Is pictareBigiiely sitnsteil in Che narruv volley of tlie 
Gssteiuer Auhe, the older and more imporlaol; pirt lying on Ihe 
right bunk. The chief rally ing-pointa of yiEitors are the small Slfou- 
ilni/'f-Piatt, between the Straabinger and BadesatilosE hotels, and 
! the Wandetbaha, a long covered glaas-gallery, naed as a promenade 
r In wet weather. At the W. end ii the ^ur-Oisitio, with leading- 

, The Acht, which flows through the valley, is precipitated here 
through nirrow gorges, forming two magnificent •Watbbfai.l*, the 
upper 207 ft., the lower 380 ft. high. The npper fall is best fteitnA 
fhim the bridge by Straubinger'a , the lower from a sma!! tertice 
adjoining the Gaateiner Hof or from Iho bridge at the foot of the 

I fiJI. 1u Eummei the fnlU ue illuminated oti Wed. and Sun. at 

r 8.30 p.m. 

I The hot BpringE (IT to 130° I'ahr.) riEe on the slope of tio Sad- 

' lerg and }ield about 880,000 gallona of watot daily. The water, 
■which has neither taste nor smelJ, contains a very small proportion 
of mineral Ingredients, bnt possosaes iuTlgoratlng properties, and is 
honellcial in cases of debility, nervuua affectiniis, gont, etc. 

Witita. The road to Hof-Basledu on lie left [W) side of tha vaaicj 
pasiea Iha 7iUa Meraa. Biglter up, on the led, are the B^laut [cafrit Onu 
Tiew) and the noa HaUitadia. The road reit rcachM tho BoHfadt O^Shl) 
a-sd tile BRiall PreliHant Church. Al Ihia point, to tha rlglit, below Uie 
road, bBKin the StltuartenAitn? Pivmaiadu, witliTafLouiTiew* of tha wsler- 
taHe, wliile the KnTiig-Oao Bdcrd<n-e here OTerlonka the Gaitein TSlley. 
FarUier on, by the EnhH-tcg-Johmn llodglnga), 10 (he left, the shady EVr- 
ha-ioa-Jahamt Ptvuh^ho^ leada lo (I M.) SlOciFi SaluBranl (view). 

On the Tight (E.) side of tbs Talley a oharmiuc^ walk i> BObided Or 
the •Saiuncig, which follaws the alope of tha bill above the ChtircA o/ 
,._ .!..„_ .. r,__._,_ , jj^ ^g j^ jjjIjj J ihe'scOiSmrga- 

icnrte Litt, a ati with an ad- 

h-Tal, ia reached In 10 min. by 

lababurser Hof. — Shady paths 

Badescbloes lintel lo the lb afa.) BoU BrKctc 

fill, and lo llie (Vi hr.) P^riiriMlu, near the 

Ip. 133). - The beat ascent to tbi: 

da from ihe Hohe Crdclse (rigbi 
i Pal^cbBflr, — The piclurMque 
- Tfil i9 roacbed by (he road learliag to the (2 H.) Geff iHm 
'■'inm (fee abova), whence a brldle-paUi aaoenda oaat the (I'/i hr.) 
1.1(1 lo (I'/i hr.) h-wCM, the last Alp (13M ft.; tttrabmenU). 
BTaiB and the »A9apaLi> are the two Avourite points for eicn.- 
n the Wildbad. (The cbady Eaiurix £lini*U AemnHode, whicji 
Ihe led rtom the Cufi Belleiue over tha hill and (hen foLbxrt 
left bank of ihe Ache, taken walkers iW, br.). The rand loads tt^^ 
--"ckB (p. IW), fullowine DrM (he left, then the right bM^^I 

tbe Ache, nnd pames the (1 M.] Pali^fir O.Da). '/,lit. Blokitnn (^OOft., 
Surluiiii, with garden; MtlMtrgtrt in a ftiBBgling villiga, eharminglj 
lituhtad opposLlE (be moulh of the AMaaf-fai, nhlch gtcelches la the 
8.B. 10Har3» IhB Ankogel. From Uili valiey tbe naw railwaT (p. 123) 
jiierceg Ibe Tauern TaDgn by a tuDnol 6330 jda. in Icneth to MaUniti Isee 
lEe below). Near tbe moutb of tbe tuanel CSI mio.] is the Realannnt An- 
taaflal. Faribec Dp the valler, near Ibe (1 br.) Tasen Fatt, a jialh divec^- 
iDg to tbe ligbl leacli lii tba Hsbs or Korn-TaDen (8060 ri.) 1u [1 hri.) 

ravine over a preciplu 300 ft. bigb, forming the gracelal ScMeiir Fail (V 
fall'). B; the bridge, D min. farlher on, tbe path eaten tbe Naaafali 
sequealered peai valle;, ^i/i ^- in lenglli and i'ji U. In breadth, i 


.e ErtHertotia Itarii I 

lObrs. {goidBllJ^., onneceiiar 

In ibo flect-flflKt at tbe 8.B, ei 

initicalad b* slakei, winds up 

opaieaeMTaoemC7920n,). A 

the KoUetlnr FaurriAaui (7616 . 

-41,> to ei/t brt.) Jfiil/Hit/ ^BO ft.i -Drel OemBe 

rnns to (8 M.) Oijr-l'dlacA {Ton), lb the nle! 

the lUllon nf Saehsubiirg (p. Ifl9( can. T ^.' 

a lo tbe {2Vi 1 
). The pat!h descendn vU tbe Uannkarl' 


13. Fiom Zell am See to Krimml. Upper finzgau. 

U>, 3rd cl. 2 E. 

lA.). — Tbe I 
tbe Krimml 
of the I - 

.ar)in8-SV, 1 

.er/alls J 

a tlpimr 
- -ivpll w 

a Ions day'* , 
Tt .^FC (2460 ft.), see p. 120. Tbe line skirls tbe lake ai 
then turns to the right 2 M. Bruckba-g; to the left, at the muuCh of \ 
tba li'uacher Tal (p. 120) , rises the Imbachhorn, »dj«ined by tliB . 
ariowy aiimmit of the Hoehienn. SS/* M. FOrth- Kaprun. To tba. 
left, at (he entrance lo (he valley of Kapntu, ate tbo village anil 
castle Dt tkat name, eommsnded by the Kittste'mJtorn (10,B10 ftj. 
97, M. audetmili tOberwiit). Neat (13 M.) LUtndorf (1635 ft.; 
lUchlwirt) opens the Sluhaeh-Tal, with tbe SchnawlnktOcapf (to 
fCaU over the Katitr Tatiem. sec p. IBS). — m/2 M. Stuhlfeldmj 
tlieii the small sulphur- baths of (16 M.) Burgicia. 

17"/sM. Ilineriill(2a60 tt.; Poit, at the station; 'Schwali/er, 
Qruntner, on the right bank), the principal ■liUogo in tbe upper 
Pinzgan ((HJOlohAb.). The weU-preseired old CA^feau, on a height J 
Hlthe left bank, 600 ft, above the river, is lltted up In the old-Ger 




It 13. 

a style sud comniinds s fine view of tlie Vtlbrr-Tal lo the i 

'.! tbe Faa Thum to Kitibiihel, see p. 122. 

20'/i M. HotltniaeJi, st the mouth of the vdley of that name. 
lu the distance riaea t)ie snow-cliid Kr<iUenbeTg (9940 ft), 21 ^/i M. 
Dorf-Pau-Thura (lODlpath lo tta light to Pass Thiiru, p. 122); 
23 M. mUbatb; li'li M. BrambtTy (Seningerbriu) ; 26 M. Babach- 
tal. To the light ts Weicrhof (Inn, with old panelled rooiDE), witli a 
mined castle. Opposite is the mouth of the Habach-Tal, with the 
Bohe FuTlego (10,750 ft.) and the Baltuhkepf (9945 ft.) In tlie 
laukground. Beyond (27V3 M.) HeuMrohon (2800 ft. ; Schttt; 
Kammcrtimder) the cailivay enters the SosenUiL 29'/^ M. Bcnentat- 
Orou-Vtnedigtrf at the junction of the Unlet- and Ober-SultAaeli- 
Tal. The Vnttr-Snithaeh Fall (i/j hr.) deserves a -visit. 

Wa now pass the ruin of the Bieburg (Irtght), and roach (;301/, M.) 
Wald (2m0 ft. i Strasser), where the path to (i'/i M.) Btrloi di- 
verges to the right {p. 135). The line crosses the (I'/j M.) SaUa, 
which here unites with tho Krimmler Ache to form the SaUaeh, 
skirts a projecting locli oailed the FalketutHa (Inn), and leaobes 
irs tsTDiinas at [33 H.) KHmml (2990 ft.; Kastlnnger'e Inn), 2 M. 
(omnibus in '/a hi,, 1 AT.) below — 

ObeT-Krimtnl (3500 ft.; *H6iel Krimmltthif; *Walll; Zum 
WoMerfaU, near tbe fslis), a pleasiant lillage, chiefly visited un 
account of its uiagniHcent 'Wala-falti, the lluest among the Ger- 
man Alps. 

Tbe Krimaltr ^elu, tbc dlicbarga of llie ereal Krimml Glacier, ii lire* 
cipitated JD three falJa lolo Ibe vallBy below, a deplli of about IVXI !l. 

un llie left bank (IbGre and back S'/i hrs.i milde unaeceisaTy}. A road leada 
a(V. IrOBneer-r — 

□ Ibe dlrei 

of (be rail. 

IB left, « 

raighl on (wbile lh« i 


161) e, 

,e bridge 1 

(HofBr'. Inu) 

lo (he P/, h 

r.) '/I 


Irst point of view for lb 

'JiifS^l foil, 

wbieli (iese 

Dndi < 

eap'i troB. 

a lieleM or atooiil 4B0,fl 

(ThQM who 

io rot care 


thia fall ibould at leas 

ucend for a 


D Dbtaln a complele vicv 

of il.) CriisHit 

.g (he Acbe 

1 Ibe b 

iebest fall 

, we may rBturo by (h. 

well-made Ta 

uern pa(b o 

right bi 


To Gsnn 


Ta, *^h 

i-pa(h, golde nni.ece.sar: 


KsmiLEB li™. 

r lo' K*i 

>>:bV, e'hr> 

1., laborioo. (guide 13 A". 

a the {'J brs.) pau of tbs Xiiniislsr 
lern (B(!40 ft.), whsH a tpleudld °View !■ obbilned, lo the B., of Uio 
:lbetrnipltie, tbe Bfiupliie, etc. Bapid deiceul (beneelo (^brs.) A'aiirfi . 
15 ft.; Lcimegeer), tbe biglieal .illage In (ha upper .^SnUoJ (bci ■"" 

■. Innsbruck »nd Einitons , 128 

Bch1i>!9 AmbrsB; tlie lanierkilpfii; Igla; Wcibcrburfi 
Mllhlau, 192-iaa. 

. Fidmjnnsbiuck toSuU1)urgTiS.KufsteliiandRDSentielin 134 
Kellorjoch. From JeubBch to tLeichenaee. 18i. — ZiUep- 
Ul. Qerlos. luxa-THi. From MairUofen to Slerilng 
over Ihe PUtachBr Joch. 136. — (.liinoiaee, 136. 

'. Fiom BregenT, to Innsbruck, The Ailberg RBilwa.y. . 13? 
Oebliard!berg,13?. — PtSDdop. Bregenzer Wald. From tLe 
Scbracken to Sluben (nd Obeistdorf, 13S. — Holie Fre- 
■cheu. From Feldkirch lo Bacbi, Hobo FrUBen. Lttscr- 
6ee; Scfisauluim liI9. — HODtafDii ValUj. Arlbere Vias, 
110. — From Imit tu BBuUe oyer the Fern Fan, lU. 

— Fltilal; TiurkBrJoolit Oelgmbeo -Jocb, bIc. OetnUl, 
lU, _ gfulin^wiuid. FroiD Kill lo Nitlrawall lii 

i. From Innsbruck lo Botzen by tLo Brenner i43 

Slubki-T&l, lU, — BOMkcinf. KidnmuD-TBt, 146. — Qril- 
dener-TRl. Kulclruttai Sefii Sdilern, 147. — SnruUl; 
BitleniEeBenl&l, IW.~Ueboret!<ch;KBlterHiUende), leU. 

'. From Botzeu lo Mcran 150 

Bieunlont from MarftD. Ftoin Hum to ttio B«Uii ufBabbI 
UiTonEli Ilia Ullen-Til. TIie Pa^seler. From St. Leon- 
bivd to Sterling over tbe Jluren and to SSldsD over tbe 
Tlmniel-Jaeli, 1D3. 

I, FtDtn t.sniteok lo Meratl. Finstermiini 164 

K»uoser-Tal, Ifll. - Hirteli-Tnl, IBJ, 

'. From Eyn (LMileck, McranJ la Collco on llie Lake uf 

Como. Stelvlo Pass laG 

BnldcD-Tal. Ortlu. m. - Umbrail Patii Fli Umbrall, 
ISB, — From Durtnla In Emit* Calirlns, IftS. 

I. F[om Botien to Verena 160 

The Valley of Ihs AvUio, ICO. — Val U Hon and Val dl 
Sole. Frotn Sao Hiehele lo MaduBnn d) GampiEllo, 161. 

- From Trent to Buhdo IhrouEli He Val Sneana. 1B2. - 
From Iront to Campiglio, 169. 

. From Mori to liio. l.igo di Qarda 164 

Fall at tbc Ponalei Varono, Valle dl Ledpu, IBS. 

;. From I'ranienBfeEle to VUlecb. PuEtertal 167 

F.nneberg or Barl^r Tal. Pasiei lo the QrHden and Faua 
vallcTs.lHT. — Kronplaii. TanrLT«-T^l i Kaiolal. P«g<er- 
Tal, m. — Scitea-Tal. Ulllatalter-See, 169. 

. From Toblsch to ISelluno. Val Ampeizo 170 

Crod; Lh'o dlUlsurina. Fi 


e Aa,>i . 

Jo, 112. 

13. Innabruck and Environs. 

Hatsls. =llC'rELiriiioL[PI.KL D, J), heqacnted bv itm E 
B. I'/j, m- 2'fcB. 6-K-i -Hont DS L'EnaorB (PI, b; 

iK.&K, D.iK.f -OoLDlIESDHXErPl. C) D, 1), R. US, . 

E.i Iheielhrec lit claM, near IhOJln'lon.- " ■" -' ' 

u, *L oppoaiie uiB £uuuji[ nuEKi.. nBEio (PI. mi 
nur tha BtotioD ; HABSBSaGiBKar(; D, 3), Hi 
reiUuruili Stadt HiHCHEH (PI. e; C, 1}; H 

?UST, Muria-Thett 
ly-fitation of Willi 

It, 1), MargiMlen 


(PI. f; 

j RlKSCH (Fl. f 

IB(Pi. I: B, m, I 

Mkoflh ■'■ 



« (Fl. hi S, 2)4 . 

OaU, Lmahaut, TltcrnUit- Str 
[SleMi, ktUulUau), JfCAIau, .fi 
trip from Barg IggI La There. 

e bridge, peni. (P/i-B ^. 
_oHi«ioniiB (PI. 1,8,3), 
. KHi, ClandiB-Str. B; Jtmtt, 
l>; SMmrah, pleaunUy glliuCed near Scbloes Ambns. 
RamUaTUDtii. Bail. St^atraBi; SladUait [PI. 19; 0, 3); 
la-Tl1arB^Ien-SI^. ; ilmTKAu Cafl (band daily), Hiiriammn; 
luni-Struie, Cq/iCflilnil, £ileiv8tr. — OoBfaoUonai. AvIfi', 
-Str, 3S and KargareMn-PJati t IfWwKn^, Kirbacbgauc 16. 
Iriver Included). To or from llie elatlan, wltb bag, one- 
.bone 3 X. BO A. To IbB Berg l^el aad buk, one-hOFse 
irse G f.i UiiklBU 3 f . 20, 5 f.; WeiLaTbura and MIUiliiu 
Ambras and back 4 £. BO, T X. 10 /i, ; ^tebns-Urueke B £., 
fl /r. eo, IB A', i ScbDnbere 11 £ 20, XI A', (in aU caa«> tritb 

iwBy from Berg Ib«1 ILraueli the towb to Siiblau sbd n 

n Bridge, , 

. The I 
I Fmt-Briiliit, Dollbiifrr 

B- Otto -Sir. — Thsa 

licberor-Blr. (PI. K, 2, edm. Iff). 
■C and lelagcapli Ofaea (PI. 0, (), 

m-Slr,, Md CWeftiW- " '''-'-' 

and (! p. 

EngUsh □hurch Bervioe 



I (PI. 1 

InnabniEk {1880 ft], (he capital of Tyrol . with 45,000 iiiliab. 
(^Indudlng the eubiiibi), is charmingly situated on the Jnn, not tar 
fiDm the litflui of the SUi, and next to Snkbure la the meet pictnr- 
eague town amoue (ho Germaii Alps. In every diraoHon, p&rlicululy 
towards theN., the eye is met by EtiikinggTaupaori)Old and fissured 
Umeatoae maunbiins /Brandjoeli, FmuliiU, BafAtkar), towering 
above tho cultlfated glopes of the valley ; while towards the S., above 
the wooded Berg Iitl, rise the noble ontlinn of the WaWriMlfr- 
Spitte and SalU-Spitst. To the S.E., nearec the foreground, abOT^;^ 
the Lutuer Kopfe, peeps the roatided eamnill of the FaltcIuT S "' 

1, abaT«.a 


»i — ^ 


u (H io (3 hrs.) BiillfKvBa (."Blfl (t.l 

^ ft Ztm Ournl! Tappiintf), an Alpine 

17^ ll.nfirt.), wbli^b iliildu ibBYnlUi 

i i Hoc\jar\ IMfAR,) to m hn.) Vmii- 

■• ■ 'i ttis Mtitrjofh 

ir E. utn. Fiom 

go ro &e "" %Vl'r 'iVl'/J'h™ lo'jfB-an), 

F m V Jf (fi r Kj^or-Zorll, aeep, 145. — Tberoulo 

EQ T crou rgler Acbe a[ Zwiuelilaip, uoendi 

bi H Ein ff dre»ch(aiirt,)01>«.0orjl{a«6ft,i 

ScAKSai-i/fiB), Iha loflieal lilligBln Tyrol, iltuUed in thamldnnf Impoainr 

Beyond Oel^tal St&tlon the ysUey of tlie Inn expsade. On a hill 
to tbe rlglit, beyond (110 U.) Haimlng, ia the cbaleati of Petenbtrg. 
— H3ViM. Sift (2130 ft.; Railway Inn); lUi/jM. Moit; lia'/aM. 
Slaml. !□ the illlige, 1 M. to the S., Is an eitendve CiBteician 
convent, founded in 1271 by EUnbeth, motber of Goni&din, the last 
of tlie HoheDStiinfen. To the Tf. are the mnsslve limestone Drags of 
the MiemiTmtT Mtt. and the Bolie ^unde [8730 ft.). 

1 171/sM. Biitt. — 1 aO'/a M. Telf» (2046 ft.; Sewer, at the station ; 
Post; LSf«; Traule; Schop/irH » '^^age of 2700 iiihab,, »/* M. to 
the N, of (be etation. Fiom Telfg a picturesque road leads vi& Ober- 
Mieming (Post) and Obitelg to Naisertit (p. 141). 

124 M. Zirl (Zur AforMnsirojid, at the elation). The Tillage 
(2035 ft.; Lome; Poit) is picturesquely situated on the left bank of 
the Inn, 1 M. to the N., overloolied by the roined cuiIb of Fragcn- 
ittln. The CtUvaTlenherg commands a beautiful view ; to the S. rise 
the jagg«d peaks of tLe SeUrain, to tba E. the Solitiin (8330 ft.). 

Kflow Zlrl the Kaitmawind (dliW n,), Ihs let'eudarr nccne nf a pcriloiu 
adveolure ot Gmp. UayimUlan 1. wblls huDling, In ll»3, rliea poipendli- 

markeii by a oroii In a imall casern, now acseulbis to itsadr walkers 
hj a. life and eair nalU |1'A hr. fnini tbs alatloi ' 

FKUH ZlBL TO UlTTEHWALD, tT M.. dillgcn' 

Srtfeld (3SM CI.; Voal) and fielkarnili (IdlfrJ. Be 

The Due now skirts the Inn and crosfseB the Melach to (ISO M.) 
ICemaim, at the entrance to tho SeUrain- Tal. In a pictureeque 
gorge, 1>/]U. to Ihe S,E., are the fTuiier Feriinund Wuterfalla. 
132VsM. Vota,situsled among orchards; iSS'/sM. tFi«(n (p. 131). 

1361/2 U. /flntifucfe, see p. 128. 

.6. From Innabrnck to Botzen by the Brenner. 


a dally in Hit bi 

^^H16. From 


132 Soalt 13. INNSBRUCK. Aniifa^* 

iSlO beloneed to the 'Kaiaet-Jhgei' {TyroleeB Rilleine»),who 1, ,. 
their Ehooling-rnrgea here {mililsry concert on Sot. aflemud, 
The Regimental Mmeum (adm., in summer only, '10 b.) conl.'ii 
mnny relics, and « FavUian (teeUmftnl) at the N.E. angle utyouli 
t rharming autvey of the Inn valley and the town. Near Ihe riHi;- 
range, where the earriage-rogd enda, is a coIOBSal •Bronte Statue 
of Andreas Hofer. by Natlf r (18S3). 

ScKJ^Dsa AiiiiB,iB, Kitnated on a hill about 3 M. to the S.K 
Innsbruck,isinostcoiiTeiiieu(lyreachedb;gleaiD-traniway(seep. 1'.'- 
■viS Berg lael station in 5B min.; 60 h.). The dirnfl road t- .i 
Chilean lead* by Prodi. Anothei road, Tia WiUrti {comp. Pi. K, V ■ 
Bt«>.in-tuniwiyinTinin,,Bee p. l^)paBseiIothe left of the traTun.' 
elatlan below the Brenner railway, croBsea the SUl, and th^u k. ' 
Btiught to the (ii/i he.) cbiileau along the baae of the hillB {ScLh 
kciltr Rcrta«ranl,npRS the entrance). A pleasant route for pedestiin' 
aacenda to the right beyond (be Sil) bridge, past the HreUrrkrU!' . 
and follows Ihe weU-wooded hilliiide to the (3/^ hr. I Ttmtmtt-Ftul:, 
used in 1797-lti09 at a burial-place for about 8000 soldiers, ml 
Ihe {10 roln ) cbateau. 

•BeUoM AmbiM or Amroi (Q070 ft.), originaUy erected in il.i> 
13th cent., onea its fame chiefly to Archduke Ferdinand, auti < 
Emp. Ferdinand I., and buehand of Philip pin a Welser, daupli' 
of a weMthy paliician of Augsburg. The aiohduke. who bei >'r 
Bovemoi of Tyrol in I56i), extended the chateau oonslderablv "< 
OBed it with treasures of art. His historical collection of arnif .. < 
armour esUbliahed here, but tnnarerreil to Vienna In 1806, i:- . 
this day one of the Sneat in existence, and forms the mostvalu.i) 
part of the Imperial Museum of Weapuna (p. 62). 'the Scl.l- 
gradually fell into decay, but ^heu Archduke Karl Ludwig(govei^ 
of Tyrol ill i856-af') selected it aa hia residence, it niiderwtih 
thoroDgh reslomtlon. The objecta of art were considerably incieu^ 
by contributiona from the imperial collectioua in Vienna, and in 1 ^ 
the chUean was opened aa a museum (open In sommoi daily, eii < i 
Mon., 9-12and 2-6, in winter 10-12 and 1-3; adia. iOh., Pun. f r, ■ 

tinilus Sevariu (ieS-311 A.D.), fuund od Ihe road from wnieo tg Sebflnl.' 
In the URtBEiuittosB ('lower castle-), two large lialH to Ihe rlghl cu.iL ■ 

arraaeed in chrDnolD|;ical order, il the efl<rsDr.ii i 

laree SpanUh Saloon. IW ft. Ion?, 3211. broad, aad IB ft. hinh, buiH 
end realoied <n 18IW-T7. — Tbu tfnmii fliK^ o[ thi: HocHSOnL 

aaa (■ 

oaallf) C"nl»(n» ■ rprtored Gothic ihapel of the 1 

l6th «Bt, wl 

ith fr, 

by Wnmdlei and a balta-ebamlwr »a<il to taaie 1 

lecD uaed by 


Welter (,ee .huve), Tha rtr^l and Stccnd Flcor, 

r eontain mi 


^nlleclinag. fBroiture, models of bnildiDgs, objei 

■.fa in melal. 


Id marble, wood, iiory, etc., glass and pottery, a 

ad ■ larm fii 


pnrlraitB, including those of Ai-ebduke Ferdinand (d. liSSii. at «i 

The pretty Harl, with its miniature irMJ 



(entrance near the .Spanish Saloon). ■■ 






132 Bouit 13. 


1816 li«loiiged to Ihe 'Kuiser-.Iilger' (Tyrolese Riflemen}, -wlil 
their shoo tin g-r»nges here (military concert on Sal. sflen' 
The Bcgimental Muetvm («<lin., in summi'i only, 40 A.) o 
many relics, and a Pavilion (reBtautant) il tlie U.K. angle t 
B fhaiming survey uf the Inn T«)Iey and the towH. Near thl 
range, where the csniage-load ends, ia a colosEal *Brrm>e ] 
ofAndrtas Hofir, by Natter (1893). 

ScHi«n AHfiBAa, situated on a hill about 3 M. to tHe 1^ 
Innsbruck, igniostcoQTenieiitly re achcdhyste am -tramiFay(Be< 
\itt Berg Jeel station in 26 uiin.; 60 fi.). The dirert roadj 
ch&taaa leads by PradL Another road, lii WiUm (camp. PI. r 
iteam'traniwayln7min.,GBBp. 128]paSseB tot.he lell Dflhe tl 
itttion below the Brenner railway, crosses the Sill, and tl 
Etralght to Iho (^/^ hr.) diiitean along the bsEB of the billH (d 
ketUr ReitattTanl,TiP3r ibs entrance). A pleasant route fOT pedel 
ascends to the right beyond Ihe SIU bridge, p«st the BntUT 
and follow? the well-wooded hillside to the (B/4 hr. ) TutnincH 
used in 1797-1809 as » burial-piace for abont 80O0 soldie^ 
the (lOmin.) chStean. 

•SoUdh Ambiai or Amrai [3070 n.), originally erecteal 
13th cent., owes its fame ciiolly to Archduke. Ferdinand, W 
Erap. Ferdinand I., and husband of Philippina Welser, 
of a wealthy pntrlcinn of Augsburg, The archduke, who 1 
goTemot of Tyrol in 1563, extended the cliktean cunsldrai ~ 
nUed it witb treasures of art. His historical collection uf ■: 
armour established bere, but tranaferred to Vienna ii 
this day one of the Quest in existence, and forniB the inostvi 
part of the Imperial Mueeum or Weapons (p. 62). 
gradually fell into decay, hut when Archduke Karl Ludwlgfg 
of Tyrol in 18&6-&8) selected it as his residence, ) 
thorough restoration, The objects of art were consid eiably IM 
by contributions from the imperial collections in Vienna, and E| 
the chitean was opened as a tuuacum (open in sommer diUy, tf 
Mon., 9-12 and 2-6, in winter 10-12and 1-3; adm.JOA-,Sun. IV 

limlus Sereru'i (1Q3.211 A.I).), foun^OD Ike road frmn Wrlten tu ScAiiiil< 
la tbe ITnTKUUULCisi ('lower caitlel, two large haJli to t^r iH^ht cc.o 

•mnged In chronoloBieal ordtr, 'a\ Ibe entrance to lie H,.. : 

large BpimUh Saiorw, UUft. lona,3afl. broafl, and 18 ft, hid,, I 
and realored in 185B-77. — Thu Onimd Flatir of Ihe B<)' i< 
culle') coat^ns a tealoted Gothic cbapel of Ibe 16tb c< ni 
by ^VOmille; and a taalh-cb amber Faid to Lave beea iist^-i < 

PhilijipiBa' Wtla'er {d. IBBcJ, etc. " ' ' '"°" ' '" "' " 

The pretty Paitic, with its tDiolature wateiFalls, ia also sccesslhl*: 
(entrance near the Spanish f^aloon). ^^M 

From Innsbrdck to Iblb. — KjiiWii ('MUtelfebfrgi-Bihn's eon- 
[inualiod or tbe atum- Irani as j, p, 132; Ihraaih-carriiiitet) 12 times dtiif 
[n gunner from Ihe Berg lael siaiion ju Sfl min. (I K. 20 !,., descsnt 9a *.). — 

The Una crasseB Ihe SlU ind the WUlen rond [p. IB2) and ucendK 
through wood to the station of Ambrat, 5 mln. ftbove the chS>(ein 
(p. 132), It then "iiida up, with glimpeea of tJie Inn v&IIey , to 
Atdram, "/s M. to the E, of Iho villnge [2496 ft. ; Plattner i Aldransfli 
llor). The next lUtlon, Lane-Shlrann, lies Vl ^- *» <l>^ ^' <>' ^^^ 
Tillage of Lam (3836 ft.; Trauba) and IM. fromSij£ronii(30li fl,; 
Krone). Turning to the right from tho station and passing tbrDiigb 
the latilce gale, wo may ascend in 20-2!> mln. to the N.E. top of the 
*L'iJutT K6pfc (3050 ft.), which lommandfl a charming view of the 
Itin valley l^om the Uaitlnswand to the Kellerjoch and Ealier' 
Gcbltge, and of the Stubal glaciers, Hsbicbt, WaldriBtur - Spitao, 
Saile, etc., towirdB the S. 

PedcMriaBi may ucend the Langer Kdpfe in 1 hr. from Iha Berg lael 
suvlion (p. 181) bi a dlracl |>aih, diverging lo Ihe rlshl beyond the Bretier- 
kellei (■« p. t31j aicendlDg ibe wooded Fatdibtrg CODger-poiU aad Tellow 

The next station, Lamer Set, lies near the small lake of that 
nime |2760 ft. ; inni baths). 

bU'i M. Igla (2900 ft. ; 'Igltrkof, flcst-clasB, with baths, R. from 3, 
B, \'li, D. 4i/t, board 61/2 *:,; •Hfil. Maxvnitiim, close hy, also o( 
the BrM ctasa; 'JWiw Hof, st the stationi *AU\eirl; Stem, un- 
pretending), charmlnglr situated at llio foot of the Patschei Kofel, 
Ig much frequented at a summer resort. The air is excellent, and 
the environs abound In pleasant walita and flue viewl. 

Tlia uceat of (be Fatiehn Kotal (72B1 Fl.) is euf nnd inleiuliDe (1 brs,; 
gglda unn »■■<■']'). Brldlo-pstli yl£ tbe pi)eflmage-cbun:)i of ScUifiuittiir 
Ui tbe (Sl/i hii.) From JoHphi-ScALUhaM (mu !l. ; ion io lummer) anil ths 
I'/.br.) HBDimlt. SplEDdid vfrjw. 

A pleasant walk may be taken on the left bank of the Inn, past 
Ibe Gotbio church of St. JVfcftotai (H. 12; 0, 1), Ihe chiteau of 
Biicfumliaiaen [now a brenery and bathlng-eBtabli^hment), and the 
Peiuion K^iyrer (p. 128), to ('/s br.) 8c)Uo»»WeilierbiirKl2210 ft,; 
Pens, and Rest8nrant),'Wilh a terrace commanriing a charming 'View 
of the valley of the lun, the Glungctzer, Patscher Kofel, 6le. About 
800 ft. above the Weiherburg (steep ascent of ■/« hr. ; cable- rail »f ay 
under construction) is the farm-honse of Varia-Brunn (the 'Hwnger- 
lurg'; Beslaursnl), which commands a 'View eitendiiigio the Stnbai 
glaciers-, carriage-road bsck to Innsbruck via Hotting, 2 M. — We 
may return from the Weiherburg b; (30 min.) Xfihlan (2025 ft.; 
FtniionEdclTtisi; Sirrn), « charmingly sititated viltage, it the mouth 
of Ihe wild Milhlaatr KUtmm (Innsbruck Electric Works, Interest- 
ing), and thence to (I'/j M.) Innsbruck, either by the ateam-tramway 
in 12 mln. (station Dnllinger, near the Stem Inn) 01 on foot by the 
hap dsome Boipenston-biidge ('/a hr.). 
^■■fccnnlOo to the AfuAxl-ral (eleclrlc railway (0 Falpmea in 1 hi.], les 
^^B: — PedMlrians foliow th« BrsDner road (aarriaeci, ise p. 138} On 



134 Route li. JENBACH. Fr. 

tha W. aide dF tbn nieture-que Bmiat, tIe GUrierbarh ul llic B 

6«-.i DominEE), b Biiininsr- rfiort, piclur 
oppa-IlF tbe month of ttie Slnbii-Tsl (l>°>Dliral view f 
tTorfa). About 1 M. fuilher on UiD Brconur road la Ihc ' 
iKTstr Bof, atanUh-morl. — From ScliilDlien bi (lis Bluba 
TDid (diligence In IVi he.) deicendi via matri (*Lerc1 
(*'/(»-) felj>»"«(P-l«). 

14. From InnBbrack to Balzbnrg Ti& Knbtein a 

123 M. lliiL«Ailiiiyi-!!bt«._lu KMf,\A 3Vv-fi hn 

/niMlrucft, SBB p. 118. TLo railway traveiBM the vslley on \ 

I long vln(lm;t, anil at Miihtmt {p. 133] crosaea the ftin, ibove tlid 

I Influx of tbe mi. To die right is the chStean or Ambrra (p. 132]. 

51/j M. Hall {183fi ft.; Eat; Stem, witl garden; Engelj Port; 

I IVni. Kaiwr; Penl. TomUchloatl; *B6t.'Pea3. VoTdtrTraldcrhof, 

nely situated l/g H. to tbe E,, on the right bank of the Inn), a qnainl 

[il town of6200inhab.,»ith Balt-worka, to which the hrine la con- 

I veye^ ft'om a distanoe of 6 H. The evapoiatlng houses near the 

I station contain a uabinet or madele. Steam-tramway io Tnnsbruek, 

p. 128. 

9'/s M. fVfl«m; 12VaM. Terfeni. — 18'/jM. Boliwai (1766ft. ^ 
' Z«f brveie; Zom FramdiheTg! BiitcrTurm; 8ltm), a town with 
firiOO inhsb., Uea on the right bank of the Inn, camman<iet) b; Uiii 
chSteau of Frtuwitherp, About Va M. to tho T4.E. is the BenedlcUno 
abboy of FiecM, reUoTed after ■ Sre In 1868. 

Ths saceut of Ihe •Xallerjaeli (leTU ft. ; i'/r-i hra. ; guide 8 S., nnaece'- 
urr foraAepIs) la ea^y and stlncUve. The route (loa'-ked palli) lea-Is pttt 
the ehllwi nt /Vnntfjifni thToni^h wiod to llie 0'hiiri.) SMirjcch-Bmii 
««» rt.), and tbencil Iti the (1>/i hr.) Bummll (Hoe view), Dc^oent to PBnm 
(p-136), 3V.hfB. 

23'/, M. Jtnbaob (1736 ft.; *iVunU'« H6lel, oppoalto Ota atation, 

B, I'/s-^Va *'■! -Poi'; Bi-aufioua, In the Tillage, wilh view-tomiee), 

at tha entrance to the AchentsJ , ia thu station foi the ZUlerinl 

I (p. 136]. On the m nun tain-slope, 2'/» M. to (h« W., is Count l;ii- 

I xeiiberg's hamliDiDO ahatcau of Traltfterg (2080 ft.; flue view]. 

' -To ins AcHEHiea. ii/'W. narrow-^auge railwaj (partly on the rack- 

and-piaion 5T^"^ibI, eisbl Hain? daily in 36 min. : a hisblr Bttrariive ciour. 

ston (rare 3, down If, retnrn .ticket aTHlWe fOr i& A^^js i E ). The 

railway ateeails {lfi:1001. niiu a preii? riew on both ildei of Ihs lun 

talley, Yii the siailon of Biirgtct. The hieheii polol of Ibn line (31B0 n ,). 

where llie loofhed rail enils, i» reached .1 (1 M ) Bim fBCWift. ; Kircflmirii (). 

a freinenteil pIlErlni-rBioH. with the timb of 81, Bnttiburiwi (il l.ttil), 

B.iTODd (3 U.) Uaarach the line descenda itigbtlr to (lie (!>/• ») lermieii-i 

'iohmm (3C^ri,; D'/i H^one,'"^ M.'b'nedT l»''lK"linoiit °)ake i- " 
Tyrol. A sleamboat make* the cLrcult of the like el^hl Umei d>iU 
li/i hr. Od the S.W. bank ti tlie Arffnu, a ^teut piiluie euelurd ' 
preelpltnui mnoaturoj and frequented an a anmnmr-resoft (FiitnleBha.i,. 

/■■ , >' ,7 

i*A' t»^ 

^!'f , 


^^K^^s. ■^•ii,„/.< 

^^■pfT* ■>•?'* 




- v^ 

14. Boute. 135 

Ibe end ii Uaaii'i /m. Tiis Vimaii (GBIU R. ) atj and latamtlDe) nwy bs 
Bjc^odcd rrom the SuholaBlika In i brs. — Th« scitUTed housu of Ifan 
viLingeaf Jrk«ntirck (Post, an. Irom the like; Rcrni Adlor] eilend almost 
to Ihc N. end of iba IiLke. About G U. farllier on, bo;ond tbe Tillage ol 
JjiflHtaWlTranbe), Uis Tjrulfljc truntlar U reached in the once ilrongly 
rortlHed ieBle of Athm. For delails, gee flanfttir'i Sattm Alps. 

Tbo ZillertaL From Jeobacli to (WH.) JflvM/'M, lliiiwir in Wibr-i 
Sad clasa 3 f . SO, 3rd cl. 1 A'. 10 «. — QniltiDg Jenbacb Hit xnia ctoum 
the inn and entcn Ibe ZlUortal al (Ji/i H.) ^Irw. 6 SI. Oogtiiivi 6 U. 
/'«irfli(17Sfirt.,-l-DSIteterD;ZuniAieDcr, Sonne), a large tillDsctfltOlDbah.}, 

t'dcnif, tnimid, andat (IO<AH.) XallntnrA (PotDappmacbegthBTfllfr. — 
t6H. ZaiI(IBS6(t.: -n-eliFkicfj't, 'iir&i, fiividarir, nntbeHghtbtDki -/M, 
Z'adMr, on the left bank), Ibe chief place I.7A0 inhab.) of the laller, which 
is here broad and fertile, Ilea at Ibe conHnence of Ibe OcrlnliBch with the 
ZilUr. Tu Ibe B. rise the Eabueuttrg *Dd Ihe Oirhimani pilt tl.)i la 
tbe 3. Ibe TWihui- (9065 fl.) nnd lbs tnctnt (WTQ ft.). |To Ibe E. of Zell 
onenn Ibe fieilsi, IbrouKh wblcb a brldlc-Ira<:k leadl Id the PiniEa" Oo 
Krimml a-Bhri. i borH 18 K., guide, 11 A., unaecuur;), tlK (2>/i h».) fftrloi 
(AlpeBKHe; BtDckli KammerlaDder) nnd Ibenne cilher by Ihe Oirlci Pan 
llSfS ft.) 01 the KiiaoMr FtolU (fiBEO n.).l Bes BataetiTi EaiUn Jlpi. 
The line aicenda the right bank of tbB Zitler, ^i [17i/i H.) BaM. 

— TDK. Knirhifan (aOSSfl-i •J/tulmut: 'Sim! 'AttI Pott; Aranoer), tba 
biehesl villiED in tbe Inwer ZlUerlal, is bwntitnllj ailualad In a green 
hisin omldsl Infty mountaini. The Talley dIvIdoB here Into (buFbrancbes: 
K. tbe Ziller^rund, S.B. tbe Stillnp, B.'W. tbe Zemmtil, W. tbe Taxer- 
Tal. Throogb the Tuier-Tal an eMc ned intereiling bridle. patb Icada 
vii (fi'/i ]iTS?l Bi«!n--T,ii ami fl. i Inn, »ilb batbi) nad over the iQiAhrs.) 
ftiiir or jcAnH'mrr Jech aSTB ft.) lo the Sclimlnnr-ral Rnd iOJ, bn.) 
ai. Joial on the Breaner rallwai (p. 116), 

Faux Hatbuoveh to Guiiiho dtu thi Pfitbobu Jhuh (Ifl bn. ; two 
days), interuting. The imaUal is worthy of a visit (ti> QlnillDg 3 hn., 
to lbs Berliner ailtle B-B hrs. i un'** unneoBsiarj). Beyond MayrSofon wo 
criisi the (10 niin.) micrbach and C/i t>r. more) the BtUtip-Bac\ l&oti water- 
tall), and tnrBlng lo Ibe left reach the (i/i hr.) SetmUff (MHO ft. i 'loo), a 
rovered bridge over Ibe tmuaiarh. Tbe bridle-path then aicendi gradually 
Ibrougb Ibe •DorBanberff-KlaBBi, a picluriB.luo Talley enelosed ty lofty 
rioe-clid billi, rtirting Ihe left bank of Ibe Zemmbach, which Is precl- 
jjitJiteii iB DBiaeFDUS oascsdes through & «ieky ravine. The Knrliltg, I*/, hr. 
from Uayrboten, crosses Ihe torrent, wbicb hem dashes wildly over bgga 
rocks. I'/i br. OluliDi (8380 ft.; TipolKh; MrMi ii prettily situated on 
Ihe iigM bank of tbe Zemmbach. The path croiiea again lo the left bank 
and ascends vli the RoUHaii-Atp (US9 R. ; Inn) to CS hrt.) BnUhOntr tWTOft, i 
Eder't Inn), opposite Ibe nioulb of tbe Zmai-amnd or Sttnrurimliin-Ormnii, 
3 piciuruque volley, In wblcb a bigbly inleresiinB eicursion may be made 
tDlhe(2'^hra)'£(rAiiirirciIiDr tbe Germnn Alpine Club, grandly situated 
un the SclmiTiaumi-AlB (emn.i inn In sommeF), 

Farlber on Ibenatb asceods the Xanun-Tal, al first rapidly, to tbe m,ba.) 
ii.imi«(aii-.amu mm it. i lun), beantifuUy situated opposite tbe eolrauce of 
tlie IDperb SeMigtiM-Tal, anil lo Iha &li iirs.) Fftt)<ih*r Joeh (7375 it,, 
/nn). We Uien descend ID (S hrs,) St. JanAi in Ibe Pfltii:t>ir ■ Tai (1760 ft,-, 
rdiQEr's Inn) and tUcDDO via Witdm and Aftri lo (1 hrs,) EUriini (p, lU]. 

28 M. BttElegg (1890 ft,] SritleggtT Hof; Herrenhaui; Vogli 
^'tllw^r^f Wolf, at tlie sUlioii), a pleaesnlly Bituatcd Bummof-rciort. 

— 29'/s M. liiiUenherg (Port or Banna; LnderorbrBu). 
niih a pictiitFsquc rulnod chsloau. Sboit tunnol, — i)3 M. Kiindl. 

S'l/iH. WSiBl(l665fti Bait. BalauTanl,H.2 K.i SiitXibo 
!tioiL of Iba Tyrol sJiS Satiburg Une (R. 10). The round 
' Hohe Sattie (p. 122) rises from the Briiea-Tal ti ■ ■ 





47M. EntBtei)i(lGOI)F(.|R'ilI. fbiEauranl.-B&VAriAnaiid A.uitriaii 
nustDm-houBB examination ; Halel Oiacfa, near the Etatlon : Aurachtr 
Brau; PoH; Eggerbriiu; Drei Koniyc}, n scnall town of 2900 Inliib., 
freqnentBil ia a Bomraer-reeort. An interesting visit may he psid tn 

I the old tortrESBof Geroliijeoft. Finsview from theOiIoflriMierD, i/jM. 

I from tho Btaticm. About '/, M. fsrtliet era the baths of Kienbtrs- 

W klairtm, well fitted np (pens, 5-&K.). 

r W.tie: on ihe left bank of the Inn lo tlie("/i hr.) XJirom Clrn, «i(b 

' Sne (len-) and tbe KSnig Olio Xapilti (see below] i lo tbe top oCtbetl In,] 
Tirrbtrt (fine riew horn the lower) i 10 lie Saiser-Tal, tie, ; ate Bacdda-'i 
eailm A!pi. 

The frontier o( ryiol la nnw passed In tbe Kiauit, a narrow 'ie- 
fllB. To the left, tie pretty KSnig Otto KapelU. — 49'/a M, Kiefen- 
fdden; bVU M. Obctaadarf; 57 M. Fltehbach. — 60 M. Brunun- 
bnig (1650 It.j ScUoiiicirt, in the village), beautifnlly situated at 
the base of tbe hills. — 64>/3 M. Raablbi^. 

69 M. Boienlieiln (1470 ft. ; Bail, Ralattront; •DmUrhtT Kaiser 
and Bifmareihad; U6t. Ortiiitrer; Kinlg Olio; Dtulichti Haua; 
Zum Wendekttin, moderate), the junction of tbe line to Munich (Id 
lVi-2hiB.}, is a (own of 14,200 inhab., witb salt-woiks and saline- 
batbs (brineconducted hither from ReichenhatI, over 50 M. dlst&nt). 
— About ^4 H, from the station are the Kaiaerbad, nlth a large 
pailc, tbe Biamarekbad, MarUnhad, ^ni DIanabad, Ul i>ith hotel- 
peiiBlons and salt and other baths. Pretty view from the {'/i br.) 
Schloubtrg (Restaurant). 

The train crosseE tbe Inn, passes (Tl M.) SlephamklTchm, Ihe 
Simm-Ste (^U M, long), with the station nf (741/* M.) Kroilenmuhli 
(RBstsTUBUt) at its N, end, and (T8 M.) Enderf, and then runs tbroogh 
B hilly district to (34 M,) Frieii(1740 ft ; H8t. CUmua, at the sta. 
tlouj Zur Kamptmoandi Kranprint; SayriicheT Hof), a auinmer- 
lesDrt in tbe smiling JVImtal. 

From Prien a Bteah Tb«hvxt runa In 8 mtn. ta (I HI Bioct, the 
IsDltDg-place of the Kumer on the Cliiemseg, which pllu niat (imea Aaily 
in V> br. lo tbe HerrenlcBel aoA acTen tlmsi in Vi br. to the Friucuintel 

tbe gtsainai, 1 Jl SO pt.l — Tbe 6higm*n rnuO ft.), S'h M. lon^'and 6y, V. 
broad, conlilns tbree Islandi^ the large Bim^iiua, Kilh a BanedietlBe 

the KrmMiurl (■vegetable-tiland'), forinerlj a kitchm-'guden tor the m'oaka 
and num. Thera are alao a Biblng-vlllsge ind an [nn on the Franenbuel. 
On tbe much larger HetreDloeel (9 U. In ciruumfemied i^e> lbs larie 
'floUoM HarrancUanaH, htgaa Inlbanlrle oFl.oulaXIV. b; Kine Louie 11. 
after tbe model of VenalUea, but not rompleted [adn. frem Isl Mif lo 
15lb Oct. dallT e-fi, lee 3 Jl, cloaed on lilUi June). The Inl^rior is fllleJ 
up with laviih iplendour. The lakeis ulebrlUd tor lU dsb. Tbe b^inkir 

^^■to SalOurg. TRAUHI 

nf Bemnu, Uebirste, and Btrgat. About 3 M. ta ths W. of Bergen 
»tti lti8 well-equlpppii batbs of Ad^holzm. 

iOl M. Traunstoin (1935 ft,; 'Trauatteiner Hof, 'Krone, both 
St the station; •Wfespauer,- "Port), a thilting place with 7500 In- 
hab., on & hill above the IVaun, Is mnch frequented a^ a Biimmer- 
reflort. The Fried en B-Denkiaal, the Monument of King Max II., the 
Luitpold Fountain (1794], and the handsooie marble Liendl Foun- 
tain (tbIS) in the uppei Platz may be inspecteil. ;lflneral tnul 
Saline Bathi, with large gaidun (pens. 4-8 Jl). The citeneive salt- | 
works are situated on the Traun; the brine is conducted here from I 
BeiohenhsU, a distance of 22"/a M. 

Ill M. Tiitendorf, with the ruin nt Raichtnberg. il9 M. Frei- 
I<i<irinp(FuckcrPT; Mallei; Bar!hingBr'), is the last Bav ' 
and the junction for ReichenhaU. As we approach SaUbnrg the 
white w^a of Marla-FUiin (p. 102} appear among the woods to the I 

fThe Sslxach U croised. 
123 H. Salibarg, see p. 96. 
19. From Bregenz to Innebrnck. The Arlberg 

Qmp. itapi, i-p. I3S. itt. 

ISfli/l M. BaiLw^al In f/.-G hri. (funi tSjT. 01). IK. 60, IK. 30A,i a: 
prna iix. TO, 11*., B^. OOA)- — Tbo •Arlb*r( Buihnir lArltrrnbalui 
tuiU in 18G0-S(, !■ one ot the moil Interesline examplea of mountaii 
rallHif snginetriiiE, while at Ihn >nni« time it dominand) a aeries of ma*, 
niflceat riews (rroni BlnAeni to Laneen Iba bi'it ilews are lo the right, 
rroBi SI. Anion la LanJeck to the left). Tbe gtecpeEil gradient on the W, 
fide [fiam Bluduii to LannB] ii Bl : ICO, and as Ibe B. aide (from Landeek 
10 91. Anton), 28:100. 

Bngsvs. '- Sstali. •Eirv. XoiTFoaT, B, 2>/i-a, S. IVi'., 'Hdi. 
na i,'Butora,a. 2-8, B. i K., hotb al Ibe Blaiion; OunsuniCBinmKBor, 
on Ibe Ukt; Wribibs Kaetz, BcHwiizEHBor, bolb in tbe Brtmer-Str.i 
RauHi; Post; LdwE, etc.— Beititurmnti. -Anilvaj. SeMlauram, with 
vieiT of the lake from the terrace; Auitria; Wibtritet. Wine al F. Kli-i'i, 
Elrch|;a<8ef 'OVd Oa-nuii' Vina liaum, oiipoalle Ibg etatioD. Beer al the 

Br<9eiw(1300Ct.), the capital of the VoroWiCTU (district 'before 
tbe Ailberg'), the BHgantiam of the Roiaane. wilh t^'iOO inhab., lies 
at the base ot the Pfandir, at (be E. eml of the Lake of Cotutanct 
i Qer. Bodtmer). The Old, or Vpptr To'cn, of irregular quail lilsteiat 
shape, sllnaled on a bill, occupies the site of the Roman Caalrum. 
Tbe handsome Chwch, with an ancient ton'er, is situated oo another 
bill to the S. The VoTarlbfrs Mtueum (adm. daily 9-12 end 2-5; 
ftOh.l coutalns natural history specimens, coins, and Roman anti- 
quities, The Lalie Fromenade (band In the arternoon ) siTords a good 
survey of the town and lake. 

Tha 'Sabhardaliars (t9B6 CI.; aicenl SB miD.^ carr. Ibere and buck 



lion tbroDEb tbe Bean"'' Vili. Hallway (0 Baaa, ii H„ in Vl, bri. 

S!nd clui is. 60, Sril dm If. 70A.)i diligence Ihonce tu U^'/i H I 
eliappenuD twine dally id 3Vi !ir>. (3 f . aUA,}. The line ft<eead) >I.e 


ij&rrow and wooded valley of the Brtffsnw ji>« ■>* i.^-.v -■>-;.<« v^p.Ktw aitu 
C15I/9 1I.) ff00 to (Ui/ta.) AniKlilmch (X»Xn.: SM BliniE, nt llie alali'in, 
■ent. I'/i A'.), a Buttergd vlUuge with ihe Bsd-Hllte) Andalibueh (>/, X.I 
fiydronsthic and chilybHle biiihs, peoa. S'/i-iViK.'). — From (ai K.) 
Sehicai'inbirii (J060 ft: RuJ. BeBtanraot, »ilh R.] a road (omDlbiu in Sarnie., 
40J1.1 leads lo Iho right tu (iVi M.) Sr-*iwrKn4»rff (!378 rt. : •Hirich i Lamm), 
a >DmniBr-n»or[, charmingly 'ituted at tbe root of the Bediiiplt (I&IO It. ; 

way 1) (35 HI.) ait-." Oilll rt.; ilail. ReiUnrinl, with E.i Pual. GcDiiO, 
the ehief |.i„. . ' ;r, ■ 'T, r. .■ v:.M\ CaiTisBa-road Hence -rii OV, bra.) 

«.«fl« pXi-. I, |. ■■.,i,i,.ale ,pring», (I'/ihr.) fl=4fl>p/a«, aad 

(Ibp.)^.Mk '.I t.WujjipcrnaafJTaOrt.i Krone), w hare II 
Bads, A ;' ' ■■:■• hence, past Ihe amall lulphnr-ballig of 
Bop/rtltii, L.I' . .^<!<i (1136 ft.; inn), a litllo TJUaee lo a 
green bisiri, ■. .■ i'..-. .mFiio' ri-ing to a beighl of lOSO-BUOO fl., 

KAnotaia-iiBthi lead In vurlaiia dIrectloD! from (lie Sr^ficken; 
la Stnaaw on the Ailbai^, Ghn. (guide unneceHAry), a gond bridlo- 
nalb riS (he AviafiU-Alp lo (3'/] bw.) Leeh (4715 fl. ; Krooe), prellll? 

^>ltutted ■( the hase or Ihe OmaUm (7100 f'.>. whence a Hae road leadB 
Tit ZU,-Kk and the flam-Satid !fiV5 ft,} to (2i/i hnj Slutan (p. 110). 
To OB»BjtDO«F, BVi hrs. The path a^ceniis to the Jf. vil (V/, hr.) 
SnMw!' ob BeU (65Sa (\,; ian) la Ihe (1 hr.) QeauAil-Jeih (OlKOn.) al 
the foot of ihe WiddtrsUin (830a fl. ^ aieended in iVi hr. Icon the piUi 
altraclivB), and then descend* Ihroiigii Ihc OmUeM-TBi lo (3 hn.) Uilltt- 
itrg (8680 ft.. Krone; Ziim Widdertrela), the priBeipsl place in ihe Klani 
Vuliw-ral, and »ii ninclUM »od «/«l(™ (Inn) lo Ihn WaUtr gcMmli 
{inn, good winej and (IhrJ.) ObirUdorJ. See Bacdittr-i EaiUrn Ali-i. 

The rsUwiy BHrta tho Gubhardiberg (p, 137), croBses Ihn B«- 
(rfnKr,deA, and at (I'ljfi.) Laiileradi enters Ihe hroail Talle;^ Bftlio 
Ehlnt. B'/i M. Schwarsach. 

7ViM. Dornhim (1196 ft.; •flfl(. Weiii, at llie alation; 'ffpi. 

Rhomberg; Sombirner .Ho/',- Afohrm), the Urgost mKtel-toitn in 

the Torarlberg, with 13,000 inhab., U n busy pUce upwards of 2 M, 

long, on ihe I)omblT/ur Aeh. It consiatB of tho four qnaitcns of 

[ ilarkl, Obtrdorf (E.), IfaKlatuudev. fN,), snd HaUerdajf(S.; tlio 

r laat two are tnUway-Bialions). The S.W, horiioii li honndi-fl by llio 

K mountain e of Appenzcll, tbe Kamor and Uohe Kasten, the snow- 

r cUd Sentls, and Ibe indented CarRrBton, 

I About 3 a. Id Ihe 8.E. lies (he Cflils (1700 ft.), wiih a oolton-mill, • 

raelaoraot, and a fountain vihich jilayt to a Iieighi of 180 ft. Alwut i/i H, 

foaming Aeb. lie 
1./. br. to Dorabim). 

131/a M. Eokenemi (U^O ft,; Poal), a wel 
r iHhBl).), lies at tho tyot of precipitous tocke, 
KEulns of AU- mi Ntu-Hchtnctm, 




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FELDKIRCH. 16. Rou'e. 139 

• Ths flit alliLvlal plain ol tfae Rhine Is relleveil at places by loeky. 
iSiroodedkiiulls, tliochluro!\irhkhi9 the h'vmmenbrrg (^190 !tX 
I the right. — NusT (J5i/i M.) QStila (UOO IL; Ooldnir Adler),] 
wtlh a modHrn liomsnoaquo church, ste tiro ruined cutles of the 
rorniRt Connti of Moritfnrt. The tratii ctauea the Fruttf-aeh M- 
(10'/^ M.] Bankvell (1515 (t.; htrU; Zum SehUlun), at tha 
eiitmnce til tho Lairmitr-Tal. . 

Tlic ureol or ths -H»lis TiSMhtii (O&Hu D.i a-BVt hn., gnldt. lOJT,, 

1* tilt rmrhfnhiHU (Inn In inmiiirr), Haeninccnl |i«Di>rsina (rnio Iha. 
Biiminlt, flnliraring the VDrsrlbiirii, Olftnii, kpI JiiptDncll Alpa, the Laka , 

33 M- Teldklroli (1610 ft. ^ *Poi( ,- Forarfierfrn- Hof, at th«' 
Etiil.iori; Diir, with beei-gnrden; Lotct; ScMjlt, wall apoken of; 
WaKwoi-flMlauMTiO, a thriving to«-n (4100 Inhab.), Vs"- from tlia 
etation, la coniinaiided by the ancient caltle of Bi^hattenburg. Th« 
Gothic Ckuiteh, erected in 1487, paiBoiBos a •Deaeant (torn ths 
Cross by Wolfgang Baber (1521) and a Una palplt (KiOOJ. Vluaaiiie 
Kcouiida hnTQ been laid ont at the upper enr! of the town, near tht 
lll-Klamm ; and I'ljacent am well- equipped publla batha. 

A Una view of ths nilt] af llm KMna, fruiu Uia F«lknia lu tba Uka, 
of Cautanci, and of lie garii at ILo III, l( obulucd from Uie 'Bar-, 
i*T«tnkapf (KI30 fi.l, a hill r/, hr. in ihi ~ ------ 

bnnknri1»lll,wllliiha villa and irnuruLi a 

(II ilio riakt bwonil llis lowar bTiiliru i)v._ .. 

I'rM., T 11 anO-1t f>«e). — Similar vlcwi froni Ibe fW/ito;/ on ld« at- 

•irticnlien;, on Ike oprinii'is IV.) ildn of the eoroe of ihe HI (roaii ■ai-eud- 

IriE (0 iha ri^t on Ifaii aide erf tha brlilgei W inla.). 

FaiiH Fti.uKiiQU n> Buona, 11 H., railway la •/> >tr. Tbo line pMiU' 
iliu iiailung of and SrJuian (Llnrio), and near B"elU erniMi. Ilia 
lih;nc (rump. Uautttrr't BMIurlafil). — Ahnui S ». lA the 8. at 8oliaan^ 
li y,„iur. iha sapllal ef Iba inall |>rlaiil|i»lliy or Liecbtunilaln. 

Abate and below Peldklroh (he III h>a tiiteri a paalage threti^ 
Ihi- KiiieBliiio toeka by mean* of the Upptr anil Loii>cr 111 Ktamm'. 
Th>.- iritin pkneea throagh a tuiinol, cnturi! the Upper Klamin, anl 
rmsses the III. Before fifi'/j M.) Frattimt the valliiy, now called tha- 
Innrr Wat-jatt, eipanda. To (hn light la the Samlna-Tal, LM fartliM 
1. 11, at (30 M,) Sfiulnff, Uio fJom/w/on-Tai on the rlKhl, and 
Ihn Otoiie WuUer-Tal on the l«rt. Tb« train ciruBsea the 111. 

aU'/jM. BlDdaQB[18T0n,; •Bludmtir Haf, Siaaplana, mtet 
.IrWierp. iienr the alatlmi; 'Elunui Krtut, 111 Die town), a pfiilllly 
situated liitlr town of 4000 liihak, duinliiatod by the ch&t.-au of 
O'lf/tnliofcn (nnir goTemmeni orflceg). To the H. U tlu' plctiireaqiitt 
rnvlne of the Bfandnfr-l'at, wllb th« See'aplixna and the broad' 
snowy aarjdln of the llrint'Inrr O'nrfiT h th" baekjTcmiid. 

Tho ■Hoht FrMian (Wl 'I ■ ^i— tl"- - -.i 'r nut IndlipfMitahla, SK.} 

.nurd, an adinlobln vimv ..; .:.. \ ... , i i misllan Alps. Alioitl- 

1 far. balow iliu (uininU h, I'l ' nin). 

Til Tiw LOj-m Bi» *™i' I i. ' . . InlcrciUoi ■icnn'od . 

fli ■~S>/.hH. lolbeUk<;i:ii<.i. '." > ...'^CH'iwad imHa thalUi 

tani'iaadurtads (ke«U, ' .... i ,; i..i n/, kti.) SrimilOOdU n.i 

^JHki Kaftli). pnltlly iiI'i.muh >u <>i>. n...< m in; Ihrnnhipf. )lcnt«> a 
^^Hth land* Hi Ihe (li/^ br.),.'ic,,- L^im,!- Mp 10 (he |ilriure:9i]ua 

140 BaultlS. ARLBERG. FVom Brt/tim ™ 

dwk-ereen 'Ltinar Ba< (6)75 ft.]. On Hie W. ildi l» tbe (1 hri.) Dtugta't- 
HBIU (inn In Buiumer). — Tha ucent a( lUa •BcgHLpUiia (97Sfi ft. ; 3 hn., 
witb KuMfiK (hb Mghut peak of Ibe Ehstlkou chun, i» ratliei' faUffuinc. but 
not ditllcuU fUT moderuelr eipericneed Ralkers. Spleixlld Tlew. 

gni Ibe besulUul Hantafon Valla;, wUeni bj (lie 111, 

Dpent to IhsS.K. Tiie clil»r place In tbe nMJey li (9 H ) Ecfanwa filieO ft. j 
'TaiAt; 'L3ve: 'Stern)^ a pEclnre^qneTf ^itaated villoae, fragijaQlail u a 

BiBiairirlflna view); lliroueh 
'C); to Iha AiTi^Uk (SaDO ft. i 

IhB Oautr-TBlUi ^tX&hra.) LBatr Sit (aBeabOTC); t^ >i>a StiTvtitlt 0WO n. , 

7Vi-8 hn.: with guide) jii tha TilituM-BBOt (Ihd), bIc TIib BbcUkon 

clwin. dlvidloE the UDuiatoa rrom iLe PniHeui in the Grluu, li travenad 

blBeveralpaMBi, aD rare! j lued (SeWo]i(fia-/rita, Si. ^ii(i)aie«../on4,BrwBv- 

rtr, BtftiM(i«r-ror, elc.). — Tiieroad (rougb at piece*) eoe» onaboreSelmiw 

1 Yll hre.) «. BallBiWrt* mdOfl.i AdlMi RBmI) and {I'/, hr.) SiwMn 

L (3130 ft.; Biiul; Krone) loC/<i>r,) i^iow) I^SfiU ft.) EMlgwlrl), Ibe HiBbnl 

L Tllliec. AitFMtive and nat dirilealt ovttt* lead bence over the Zt<nitie,\ 

I (SOBS ft.1 In 1 bn., and over ibe Bi:hrMhii (66.<M fi.), witb tba ICsdlaurMw 

R. of Ibe Ger. ilp. Club (inn In (umnier), iB 6Vi-1 brs., io OoiMir (6T90 ft,, 

I Kiiitl), lbs bigbeit village io tba Patraam-Tal. wheime a caniaga-raad 

descenda .li fii/, br..) M;t [4515 (1., Po.l; Wiil.chwlH) and li br..) 

JappI (Liiwe) 10 (4 bn.) flanj Cp. UI). 

The Aelbkbq RiitwAT quits the 111 at the nunnery of Si, Prter, 
enters the KloHer-Tal, mtered by the Alfaa, and ifcendj along 
its N, Bide. A beautifnl »lew op the valley ia aoon dlecloBed : on the 
left rUes the floj7<I»top/'(7460ft.). 43Vj M. BrqU (2315rt.). Via- 
ducts, catHngB, and tunnels CdIIow each other in ispid succession, 
47 M. mnttrgoMti Wj^TA. Dalau (305&n0,300 ft. abavB the village 
(FoBt^ Krone). The line now siciits the hillside at a considenble 
eleiatlon, and croeaes the picturesque RadOTia Oarge and two Emallet 
tonenlB (In the valley to the right Is Wald) to (pi'/i M.) />and/cn. 
We cross the Slreubaeh, tcaveise two snow-sheds, and ctobe the 
waUUIlobtl by a single - arched bridge (20G ft. high) to (68 M.) 
K0itcTie (3470 ft. ; *LSwe], at the month of the nairow Nentlgtuf 
Tal The train now threads a tunnel, 550 yds. long, passing ai ' 
the great landslip oF 18^ — 39 '/t M. Luigen (3990 ft.; J 
Reitauranl ^ Foti, peni. from 6 K.\ 

Fkom UsdBH TO St. Antos si tui Ahlbebo (3 bn.}, 1 
TOale for pedeetrians. Tbe Arlberu roid 1earl> vift (>/: br.) & 
Alte t'oill and aiceodt In vrlndinga la Ibe (1 br.) Arlber( T 

wlih Itae viev^s of the Fervall-Tal and Ibe s'urnet-Tal', to (I'/i 
(p. 111). 

The train now crosses the Alfenibach and planges Into the great 
•ArlbGTg Tunnel. This tnnnel, 6 Vs M. (or IQi/t kllometree) long, 
"■" ■ " , and '23 tt. high (3 M, shorler than the 81. GotUiard Tunnel), 
about 1,300,0001. It ascends at a gradient ol 15:100 to lis 
point [43O0 ft.; Ifi9j ft, below the Arlberg Pats), an.i 
descends thence at a gradient of 1:50 to St. Anton. The traiisii 
ikjr) lasts 16-17 min., «nd the t^mperatnM Is QD-Si" F>hr. 
Obelisk, W the left of the E. end of tbe tnnnel, bears a portrait 
' of Jul. Loll (d. 1863), the first chief engineer of the lU^B 

KIniairuck. LANOEOK. 19. Routt. 141 ^H 

IB M. Bt. Anton [i17(i n.; •Poil, It. 2-7, pens. 0-9 ff.; ^clI<rr,^H 
ipolten or), lh() blgliesl lilUge In Ibe liosnnm-T'il, is frequented '^H 
heiJth-reaott, — The nilMriy iieit croBaes the Roganna twice. ^^| 
71 M. SI. JtKBb. To tlie right U ilie /(iiTIn- (10,380 ft.), with ll« || 
prcdpilAui gkcler. 74 M. Fettneu. The cailway now crosHea to the 
right bank of the Roeainia. 76 M, Scbnan, near tha raoutli of the 
SchnimeT Artiuim , ■ gully of tlie Schnsnerbacli. Ws crotH the 11 

UnBtnna Iwlca unie, ~ 77Vi M. Xliriclt (STBii ft.^ Po>t) U pleu- 
nntly altnated it tlie besc of Iho EJinujifisf tMM «■)■ The vbUm^- 
ruritmvts; the brawling Ruaennn foriuB emeral witerfallg. 81'/^ U. 
StTenfm(3ib\llX.). NunicrouKimnclaandTladuclsfollaw. Straight. 
on opens a rnxgnlilcont vtew down the valley; in tlie distanne rigat i 
the pyiutnidU Tichirgaiit An imjiosing 'Bridge, 'iSO yda, long and 
IHO n. blgfa, crosaet the Trjianna, wblcli laiiiea from the PiUmmn- 
T<il (/p. HO) tnd unites with thn Bonnnn* to form Tlte Bannit. 
84V» M. Wktbtrg (^150 ft.), w'"" »" "Id t.aUe. The line la now ■ 
ROiidueted along the Uaittwatid, liigh tbo«e ibe Ssnnt, by a bi'iImj 
of WaduHa and cultingB. 

86'/] M. PlMH (29^0 ft.). Brlow, to the left, Ilea the (.lotuteequa 
village of IH'iTu (_Tm R.| Alt« Post; Neue PuBtJ; aboTe It, on llii ' 
vxrdant Mlltelgeblrge, la Qrim (3'i30 n.), at Ilia haae of the li»g< 
I'ifntltrtplM (Bfltlft ft.). — The line now deadends tho right hnnli 
uf the Sanni at a atcop gradient to (^Sl'/'i M.) Lundeck - Purfifltl 
and then croBaeB the rapid Itm. 

n M. Landeek (1676 fl,: B-iU. Ralnurml, R. 3Va 'f.)- The little 
town {Toil, M. 3-6, », 1 A'.), 1 M. to Die W., Una on both hank* 
•>f lb* l[in, oommanded by the anuletit Schloii Landteh. Road to 
Afnilcrmtint, tev 11. 1H. Picturesque walk (3 bra. there »nd back} 
vii Pttjtn to the LdliCT K'Inmm, » ravine *lili a One waterfall. 

Th» railway from l.andeek to Innabrnnk remains nn the riglit bank 
of the Inn. B3 U. Zohu, with a large unnnery, TaBalng the foot of 
the tiifty rock crowned by thn riitn* of Kronliurs/ and iraverBlng a | 
diTfllo hy iiii-ana of rork-cutlloga, the train roaches (88 M.) SchSnitiir' 
a[>d (10:1 M.) Imat (2310 1\. ; BitU. JUttowant), on ground reclaimed' 
frciu (he Inn. Thalittietown(27liirt.i 'fti^I,' Sonne; Lim7a),lK. 
lu the N,, la pleasantly iltttated at the entrance to the Ours/Ur'Tat, , 
To E. riacB the TtcHrvani (7770 11,). 

A (arrla^<7.r..aiI(.UIJi;>'i<" " ':>:^ i'< ''.'. !:<' ) travcnullic Ihadcloia 

funk Ni.aiii.iT 1.> IIm 1 I ' .' . M . , one of tliS llnetl ' 

P«iiMi.«wtp'iiTjroUiiii In, i: .,.:,,, I . . , .. IN V/4 lir>.). PaHiag Um 

LbJIraii »| fri-niiiitK an.l till' |... ( ,... /■. . I.. I Lnlir, with Iho rulH of' 

ll.tin„a.Wm.g, >VE urrniL lu ilic ( l>/> l>r.) Farn Fail (!lH7D fl, . lop) and' 
llicBce ilficuirf niu, ilie RUnd-8— uij H'if«-i9» (line vlewa of IliB Wetlsl^ 
■li^ln r«i>Kc| lu (U H.) Lsnnoea fJUS It. | *PeU; 'Dnt ll-ltrm\ prMUlT ailu- 
mI In a E»«n bails, vheDna a road Itada lo P»rlr»tinhii vii OrMna'^ 
* JlaaMN^ jMM-a ^4n>]. Our road laada vU UiUimntg to T^IG N.} 
-.^ «u>. . ^_. . -jpjjj, ,«,„), » coBilnerabla v1IIb«b on lbs Lf obi 

la Itie dV.lic.) Plaiuit ana (H lira.), i'o««"i '>'»"''■ 

Hall |3\lan.), I 
Hai (i Ln 1 SI. 

(aaoJ 11.1 ! 

D PV. 1 

botiom o( Oie valley. 

__BoUhilIr ifiu»led in view of 

in IheTMcliacb-Til.eil. toH.oS.W., ij I . ,. _ 

Vnridui paisea l«d from HilielbErg In ihe neigbhDuriRg vsIIb;!. To fir 

vli the FiUMiT or Sinltshiclt-Jod (1J830 ft. ; T hrs. ; gulds IQ £.]. l>i)>or 

iTlie nuts to FcHl Fii ll^e 'TatftarJerli [10J)3D fl.; »^ Un.; guidE 1 
ll pnfanblei on tbe Karlid^p/t, S bee, froin UiUelberg, Is tiia fii 
■ItDBted UrBUHiclwtifer EBlit pUCO R.; lio hi Binnmer]. — Vfi Ibe 
vnitM-JdeA rSBBQ tt.) lo OfpofKA O'/tbn.: euide UK.). UlricUva Jui^ 
'SifacDlt: yil tlia buutEful XatchacH Qlaeiir to Ibe (3 lin.] Tatchath-. 

.0 thD ] 

ffa«. (p. 164). 


fraajy slopes 

Beyond ImeC the train urosaes tbe Pils&acA by a bridge, 130 It. 
in height (to the left, Ihe village of Karra^ with its slender Gothic 
chuich'tovreT). The line is here caiiied aJorg the aheer precipici'S 
OD tliH light buDk at the Inn. From (106 M.] Ropptn (Klnnkec) 
a. lOad lUDs over tbe bill (o (1^4 lir.) Vtlts («ee below). A tHidge, 
ISO yds. long &iid 65 ft. high, crosses the OettiaUr Ache, affotduig 
t, One view of (he Oetital with the Aiiherkogei, to the rigbt, and 
the Ischirgunt jmd Weisse Waad. ' ~ 

I08i/a M. Oatital (32r)6 ft. ; 'Oclttaltr Haf, wltb c«rrt»geB. 
hire) is tbe station foi the Oettlal, 

Tbe 'Oatatml, the tongent lalGral 

ikrkable for tbe veried cbumi of 


of wild mrlDU, lod io 

srdi the 9., lenalnsliii^ 

« pl1« from Oiitital 

tatlon twice dellv Is Oei> (1'/< br.i 8U A.), lo Uubuuea (SV< >"'>-i ^^J. 
u (ID U.) LiiiieiiBfeld CBVibn, : S JC. 10 A.), and lo (W/|H') BaJden £9 brt. | 
I f . m A.), — The Tond lends nlong the rlgbl bank of Ifaa OeiniUr Atht 
D rSi/i U.) QeU CU^ It-! 'Kualwin, pan>. Xi'trl K.\ BUn). ft Uirivinr 

U.) QeU 

K) ft, > 'AirieA.- •Aim), itt Ibe nDuth of tb< 
u, irom whlcb tbe repi^ MjcMehA luuei (i/, M. rcoul tbe Dincb 
'Ell-equlppeA Kuriai Ubigafild, wltb HUIpbiirBoiiA apilngs). Above 
iiibta the VBllev cnntmeli. Cmsaln^ tbe Aebe beyonA the (9'/i H.) 
(41fi5 ft. 1 OriUttr mm Alpin 
cliariniu^V situated. To Mtl 

..„, Ffoui Scildep W8 proceed bt a 

■ gnni TOdcT ravlce of the Ache eilled 
lei of XulmUUtB (ig3U IL; UDlerwirt - 
AiIErhii;il(tO,38SfI.), tbe vaJley dfildu 

% ■'■fife.*"' * -,' 

-B r e 11 n e T t a "h 11. 

Iio Itmabrudi. TELFS. IS. Eotde. 143 ^H 

TbB patti into the Vkntm-Tu cnuses ihc Actia, anil fDtlowa a itoDT ^^1 
M DD tbe left bank at Ibt Vaiter Aoit to (1 hn.) Betttg-Srua (FSIB [tiV ^^H 
I la (3 bH. more) Yant (il250 Ft.) ^tam Ouruf: ruppMNer), an AlDin* ^^H 
altt nt (he faal a/ tbe TaUeilipiUi (ll,17Dfl.), wMch dliridet (heviller ^^1 

^ (heviller 
, . . ,B brt.) t*'«r 
Fi'au leaJt Ibrangh Ibe fli/nn-IVil or W. arm; that >Ii the lf<idirjetli 
{UHK) n.) la (7 hn.) Uoier Fun, tliraB|;b the Xialir-Tnl or E. arm. From 
Fnw ftat. (1910 ft. 1 Adler) a briitle-pnth deicenils the pretty SelmaUa^TBi 
to (li/.br.ji-ni'rtoMaod (1 hr.) j¥™-«flU(i. 0O85ft.i Han), whence » ro*d 
leBjj* Ihroueb a piclnreinue ruckf gorge to (B M.) iTalwm. on the VinUcb- 
I»u post-road (p. lOBj iHJleence twice daily In H/, hr. to JftfOn). 

From Vent to smiclbirg vii tbe Tnt^ar-Jach, see p. W3. — The route 
lalo lbs GDigLna-T'L, crossing tbe Gunller Ache b( Zwisseltttin, aieends 
abruptly on the left bank, but (i br.) »t>o>e the voutb nf the ISmiiiUscA 
(p. laS) rclums to the right hank. Wu agda crasi the iiream twice, pau 
the cbaUiB of Fimcrg and KanigirBiTt. and reach pihrs.) Oher-SaTgl (^366 ft.; 
•aiMbtr'i /nil), the loftiest villaRS in Tyrol, (ituaied in tkemldsl of Impoiiag 

Beyond Oetntal Station the Tslley of the Inn expands. On s hit) 
ta Ihe right, beyond (110 M.} Haiwingf la the chateau of Petwtberg, 
— 1131/2 M. SH»(2130ft.; llaUwayInn); I14"/a M. MiiW; llSi/aM. 
Stamt. in the lillsge, I M. to the 9., la an eitenalve Cistercian 
convent, founded in I'JTl by Elizabeth, mothei of Uonradln, the lalt 
of the HohenBtanfen. To Ihc N. are the massive llmeetone crags of 
the Mlcminger UU. and tbe Hohe Munde (8730 ft.). 

117VsM. Siett.— 1201/2 M, Telft (2045 ft.; Stiter, at the «tatIon| 
Post; Lome; Tfouie; SchSpfcr'i), a vUlage of 2700 inhab., »/^ M, to 
the N. of the station. Froni Telfe a picturesque rosd leads vi& Ober- 
Miemhig [Post] and ObtMg to Xiutareit (p. Ul). 

I^I M. Zirl (Zur MaHtniwand, nt the Btalionl, The vUIage 
(W% rt.; LoiBCf Poet) is pictaresquely sitnated on the left bank of 
the Inn, 1 M. to the N., overlooked by the ruined castle of Fragen- 
sCeln. The Cal/varienlitTf coroMands a beautiful view ; to the S. Hea 
the jagged penks at the SeUrain, lo the E. the SoUttln (8330 ft.). 

Below Zirl the Martiaiwand CHXt) ft.), tbe legeoiJarT scene of ■ periloul 
adventiipe of Emp. UailDiillan 1. while bunting, In 1408, riles |iorpFDdlt- 
ulsrly from the vallty. The HpDt where tbe emperDr wai in danger.fs 
marked bf a crogi in s small cSTem, now accessible lo ilekAy walker* 
by a safe and eaty palU (K/i hr, from tbs station), 

FnoH Ki«L TO MirrgBWiu., 17 M-, diUgMce daily i« I'/f '■" - •'* 
H'^iM (3S60 ft. I Post) anil actarnfli (Adler). See Biud'ttr'i t'lu 

The tine now skirls the Inn and DiOBaes the Mrtadi to (130 M.) 
h'onulm, at tbe eiitraniie Id tho ftUraln'Tal. In a pirturesque 
gorge, II/gM. to the S.B., are Ihe Kaiur Ferdinand WatrtfalU. 
132V5M. Vwis,»itaated among orchards i 135l/aM. BWm (p, 131). 

136'/a M. Inrubruek, aeo p. 128. 

16. From Innsbruck to Botzen by the Brenner. 

angs IbK 30, 11 K. 00, T K. U A.). Hut viewi ui the right as fsr M Ihi 




: 16. STDBAI-TAL. fV 

iner(Hflyfl.), the lowul pM< over the miln ehilo of the Alpa, 
by IhB olrlest of the jllpine roalcB, once uied by th« Komint, 
I praoticablo for carriiieos in iVi. The riiiwajf, opened in 
Ibe urSTiilegt work* o( the kind (30 lunneli; BO large, Aad 

I It&t/. Tbe iteepeet grvlleBt, 1:11.1, ocoun hetween Inubrnek ud the 

' —iniDil; BBd thenceloSteniDg IhserBillant Is 1:41. The moat Intereiting 

.rts ol the Una b« between FniiBbnick sod Oaiiiiuau, nboace fdsAiriicffn 

ould be vIiltBd (p. 1U). 

Innibmek (1880 ft.), see p. 128. Tfae bain passei tlie abbe; of 

WUita (right), traTccaas a tuniLcI 750 yds. long under Berg Iiet, sTid 

I then the SoiMenburg Tunnil (27(1 ydsOi *nd crossoa the Sill by ■ 

■tone hridge, 78 ft. in height. Fujihei on it inns fhioni;}! the ninon 

I WijipIaZ, high aboTe the bKWlingiiTcr. Onthelefcbankls theBien- 

road, whluh n little farther on orosses the bold Slefani-Brackt 

the Rultbach, Uening riom tlie Stubai-Til ; to tfae ti. rises the 

■ flnaly-Bhaped Watdnuler-Bpitie (SO'IO ft.). Pile moie tunnels tnl- 

low before (6 M.) Patieh ['21)70 ft : footpath lo Schonharg In l/o hr. , 

seep. 134). 

The ■Btaliai-T<a itretches for ahoul 30 H. lo the 8.W., in tlie direction 
DrtheceDtrKlOelitalmaunlalps. fileetHeiurraw.gau^e lailway from Inns - 
brucli to l^ulpniBB Id 1 hr. (fare 3 or 3 £.). BseinDiiig at (he alUiuo of Wttlfm- 
BlubiU (coEip. Plan of iDDsbrnik, C, 7) tbe line aicendi alone Ibe Urciiu'r 
rLiid ifloe viewe of the Inn valler) and eo'era the Silllal lo the W. or 
Uvt leal. » tlien dlvergei to the rlgbt tII (S H.) yal^trt and (I H.) Xuttei-f, 

foot of the Sftlle, and deiceada via Srtia Mttlff la (Il'/i H ) Fulpmes 
(3U86 fl.j 'BtlH m-Oal, llrat cluai E.B; F/nrlMeluair), a thriving place 

■ wUb iron TDBDubctDrlei frond ria Jtiideri to ScMntera. >Be p. 131). A 
carriage- road leceuds benee to (ti/ihr.) JV^niilVl (3^fi6fti*Sal>hureer, H^ferl, 
where the ralley forka into the Obtrbtrff, on tbe right, and Ibe Oniirtnrg. un 
the left. A pleaiant Bueurjiun may he made up tba Oberberg lo tbe (Hj^ bra ) 
*V™«-S«Jwi-BilJfa of Ibe Oannan Alpine Clnb (7130 1-), Doely eitBBied 
near Ibe toot of tbe \itiM. Alpmntr atocier. — About 3 bra, »huvB SeuilUl, 
lo the UnterbsH or main valle;, ilea the hamlet of H-niaU (ilSHtt.; inn), 
3 bm. from wbfcb. In tbe lanfenlal, it the jVarnJUiyer II6IU of tbe Dernan 
Alflne anb illOb ft.) Inn in anmmer; ascenta and pasnei thence, Bee E^'-- 
ittttr't Sttiiin Mpt). An aHraeil«B Bipedition from Huialt lejida vii the 
tfnIUrterser Alp Ui Iht G'h hri.) l/renher Batli in the (Hura Ai'ina 

I (T&TU (t.i 'Ins in Bummer), and o>er the '3-Uiiaitt-JiK/- tiO,99a ft.) lo 

^^H (! hrs.) SiXdcn (p. 112; guide from Neniiifl, 10 K). The Wg Of the pau 

^^H Three more tunnels, Including the MiiklLach Tamitl [StiO yda.). 

^^F the longest on the line. Near Matrei the line penetMtcs the Hulreiei 

^^ SchlosBberg md ctosses the Sill, l^'/j M. Matrsi (3540 fi.; KVom ; 

Stem; Boie), a beautifnlty sitnated lillBge, «li.b the ctaitesii of 

TrauUan; tbe pro[ierty of Prince Anersperg, On the small Ttlitnrr 

See. 1 M. to the N.E., U the 'Ptniion Kraft (B-IO K). — IB'/g M. 

IBteinooh (3430 ft.). The ^Ulgge (Sttintiehcrhof; 'SUinboek ; 'Paitj. 
Witder Mann, moderate), much visited na a summac-iesutl, llei ObS 
the left biiik uf the Sill, it the moutb of the OtdmUstal. jH 

The line now begloB to ascend rapidl; on the E. aide of n^| 
TaUey and then, neat tbe village of Stafflaik (3QI0 ft.), enteri^H 
6ehmimer-Tal. (Above us, on the other side of the vutley, is fl^| 

HUb Bohnw BRENNER. 10. Rovte. 14S 1 

the moDtb of a tunnel tLrongh which we aneri»»rds pasB.l To the 
right opens ihe raiwr-rai, with tbevillnge and st^ion of (IS'/s M.) 
SI. Jodak(hamm) it \la entrance (oTcr the T^xer-Jorh to the ZiUer- 
lai, see p. 136). The line orasses the Sehtnimer Bath, penetTaies 
the hill tiecween Scbiairn ind Vils by meaui of ■ curved tunnel, 
.nd ccosaea the VaUer Badi {view of the Tax gUciers tn Ihe laft). 
The Uiin next oecends the S. slope of tbe viMey (<o tlie right, "il^ It 
below, lias Ihe route ilready triTeried), rogaIn« the Silllal Ihtouglti' 
another curved tunnel, aud inns towaids the S., high abure the rivou 
— MM. OriM (ill5R.); 'he -siUage [3810 fi.; Algner, Rose), lie«i 
tieluw, at (ho month of the pretty Obembrry-Tal. 

The line describes a long cuire, high above the Silltal, passing 
tliv small green Brmnfr-See (4300 ft.) and crossing the Kennabach. 
The Sill is now crossed for the last time, and we reach the stalion 
of ['25 M.) Brenner (MHO n.; Baffel), on the watershed between 
the Black Sea and the Adriatic. At the railway-station is a memorisl 
to K. von Elttl (d. 18Uft), bnllJer of the Brenner Railway. On tha. 
ruad oppoElte is the 'Brenntr Poit Botel, frequented in 

The Eiiab dssccnds in several falls to (he right of Ih 
27|/2 M. Breaaerbad (4390 ft.; •e™™/ HdUl Braaurbad, am clasi, 
H.i-9, H. 1 Vs, D. 6, pens. 9- IS A'. : Hal. Othkoflerhuiu, less pretend- 
inK), With indifferent thermal springs [68° Fahr.), The line then 
descends rapidly by means of a long embankment and two (nnneis 
to (mils M.) Sehfllehtrg (4070 f(.). One of the most curious parts 
of the line is between this point and Oossensass, which lies 5tiO ft 
below Sekelleberg. The line turns suddenly to tbe right Into Ihe 
P/lenchiat, which opens here, graduaUy descends on Its N. slope, 
unlets the hillside by the curved Atttr Tunnel, 840 yds. long, and 
emerges lower down, hot in an oppoEite direction, A fine view of tbe 
Pflprschtal glaciers, wKb the Feueratein, Schneespilie, etc., is ob- 
tained to the right on emerging from the tunnel. 

36 M. aeueuiMt (3610 ft. ; -Ildt. OrSbntr, R. 2-5, D. 4, penii 
8-12 AT.; 'Wlelandhof, pens. 7-10 AT.; 'AukmthaUr; several peB< 
■Ions), t favourite tummer-resort, lie» at the foot of the HUhnrr- 
" ' ' (SUSfi ft.), which is frequently ascended for the sake of th*! 
l4'/l hrs. ; good path, no gnide reqaired). An eiquisite vial 
. the Pflewchtai is obtained from ('/; br.) 'Hoehvledm (4590 ft i 
Bestaarant). Swlmmlng-balh near the stadun. 

Tbe railway crosses the Eisak al the Infinx of the Pflerichbadt, 
roiiows the old bed of tbe rivci for some distance, and then leadi 
bigh up on the left side of the narrow wooded valley. We now 
tha broad ba«ln of — 

40 m. Btening (3110 ft; 'Stoettrr'a Haiti, at the aUtion, wit 
balhs, B. iVa-3. pe'iB. e*:.; 'Stminger Hof;*AUit Poil:'Ntat PoH\ 
Kront; tfondtcArin). The clean litUe town (ITOO Inhab,), with iU 
pietoreiqae old biiildlngs, arcades, balconies, and turrets, lies i/s Vi 
tha lt4lloo, on the right b&nk of tbe Klaalt. which li ccnQiii ' 






BRrXEK. Prom fitniSnii 

between sbong embankmentB. The town owes its prospewiMi 
pearanee to the raines fotiaerly worked here. 

- kop( (TlDOft.i Bne viaw) maj be aJcendeii fromStBni 



31/3 brt. (marked psUia; guide DTmaCBSau-;). Abnnt >/i *'t- fcom the Unli 
the neisiopf-Biat (rfmt>.]. — Over the Pcnier Jach to Botien, nee p. (19) 
over lt,e PJiltrtur Jech (0 Ihe Zlllei'la), see;. 130) over Ibe /sv/m (0 Henn, 

p. 16S.' 

A roBl (amn, thrice d&ilr to Mr 

3- 111 

e -OitfetMa 

a Hnreit in I'/t br.i 1 iC.1 leads Ibrough 
here to (lie W., yii (2'/, M.) IFi>(in«r'i 
lamnot jrsrmiir;tfanwi,' i/ibr.) to (aV<>I-1 
«ih (muclud) goes on to (IVi hr.) «i«iiaaii 
vaiT iDlerittine eiounion may be lake 
ie (fa the Grohmun-Hatte B, Tenlltic 

..roceedTlSp/ihr.) J^ojemtotheiai^bra 

(I27G rt.}, splendidly elttuted oppoaile tbe end of the eru 
'. About Ihr. luiber np is t^e Tiplitiir SMIt (abAfl, 

fMwtltiitetay Tkenee abridle-paih 
(UIO ft.i •Sankluhol], whence a ver) iuieioiiue uuuniuu ui>i u« ■ 
to tbe ntUUil Olaeier, witb guide [to the Grohmun-HUtte B, Tep 
HSttefi, BscHerhBUB B A'.). Weproceed tIS p/ihr.) J^ajem to the 13i/tbr».J 
« .. ^„-.. .-^^in. •. . iplendidlreilualed opposile the and of the^rsM 

, hr. tutber np is llie TiplUttr Si 

mm ■ ni»!miaceBl view. On the Bulur (10,170 ft.}, S'/ri lira. iron. iu= 
TepHtier HHlte, Ii tbe ffoVswW EUiaheth SthnHham {Inn in summer), llie 
atarling - point fhr a number of grand mountain - BscentA ( Wtldi Fraiirri 
BimHaripilit, Xactirhiat, etc) and passes; see Baeiditr't Eattirn Alpt. 
The train croBses the Tfllicher Back and inna between riier and 
iTock, close ondei tbe csstJe of SpTKhentUin. On the opposite bank 

■ riBB the c&Btlea of Thumiurg and ReifentUin, at the moalh of the 
l,fiidnaun-TaI(BeeaboTe),at the head of which rlEetheloftysnoW'dad 

■ Bolder, SonklarepiCze, and Freiger. The line IraTerses the maishy 
K-Eleningtr Mooi by aloneembankmBntaJid taacheatiai/jM.) Freim- 
W.fild. On the left lies the pletureiqne cbitesu of Wilftmlan. 45 M, 
^JUaub; 47Vi M. Or<u»ttin. The train now enters a nairnw deflic, In 
fttirhich IlGB (50 M.) MUletpaliL, wteie Maishal Lefebvre whb dofcatud 
iby the Tytoleaa under HasplHgat and Spcckbacher in 1809. At 
I Obcralt 650 of Lefebvre's S.ixon tioops were taken prisDneta, and 

■ tbe paBS 1e BtUI called the Sachaen-Ktemmc. 

The mouth nf the delUe, csJIed the Brixener Klaust, near Unterau 
(!^iO ftO, was BtTongly foKlQed in l»33-38. The woiks [Fruuent- 
fNte], which are very consplcuoua when seen from the S., command 
the Brenner route and the enliance to the Pustertal. 52</i M. 
Franxemfati Station (3450 ft,; *Sail. Ratauranl) lies npwatds of 
1 M. In the N. of tbe fortress. Piuttrlal Bailway, see R. 23. 

To the left in the valley below, beyond the hill, la the AugnstlDe 
monafitory of ««H!i/l, founded in 1111. To iLe right, neM(6T/aM.) 
Vahm ("Pens. Villa MayriWaldaacker), opena the atholtUrtT'Tal, 
In which lies the (3 M.] unpTeti>nditig Bad Schaldeti. The regetatlon 
assnmes a more BOQthern character, and ylneyirds and chestnuts 
begin to appear. 

597., M. BrutMi(l860ft.! Bvit. EestatiTont, with roomsi 'El- 
ephant, R. 2-4, pena. 7-8 A'.; ffrcus; Pens. AUiandro, Viltn Gaittr, 
Budolfuheim, and othett; Dr. i:on Qvggenherg't Hydropathie, pens. 
8-13 K.), for nine centuriee the capital of s spiritual principality, 
whli^h was suppreseed in 1803, Is «till an episcopal lee. Pop. MOO, 
The 15th cent, Cathtdrai, with its two copper-roofed towera, ^)^^ 

■ .tebuilt in 1754. To the right are the doliten, coniainlng old mdH 


psSntlngB and toQibsIones. At the 8.W. end of the town la 
copal Palnoe, with an eitensive gafden. 

The Eiaak Is xgslii crossed. To the left, st the eiilia: 
Aftrer Tat, stands the church of (61 M.) AUieia,. At (<i4 M.) vmm 
no» (1770 ftO opens ^te VillnSs-Tal, with the jagged QtliltTirpittif^ 
(9930 /t.) in the background. 

65 M. Elftnies [1715 ft.; 'Lamm, R. I t/s-^ A'.; Kronci Allt Fixi\ I 
consisting of a linglc narrow street, xnd Ijlng in a deflle, as its nam(W 
Imports, liBS always heen regarded as an Impuilsnt military polnt.3 
The Benedictine nnnnery of Sabtn {2350 ft.), crowning the cllffB oll'^ 
tbe ttght, was a baronial castle nnlil 1685, A painted urncUlx oin 
tlie N. tower was placed there in memory of s nun who was pnrguef 
by the French In 1809 and threw herself rn)tu the battlemciite. . 

99 M. W&ldbinelE (154(i it.; 'Kmnt; *SomK; Lamm) lies at tlial 
moQth of the BTodater-Tal. To the left, high above it, rises the-W 
Trottivrg [2040 n.], the property of Count WolkenBtein. 

Tbe OtfidaBar-Tnl li ■ nurow valley, 18 M. in lenitli, watend by Iba 
QMrfnrr JIacA. ud encloaad h; oiuaiTe dolomku. The local diftlect is 
'Lsdio' Id. ISn, bul OennaD la cotnULOOly underitoad. A dilleencc pliai 
<hr1ce daily in SVi ^s- From Waldbnck to H H.) SI. Utrlcli (KM tti 
■Bfietlt 'Adlet; Harica-OHthaaai Hdt. Uadonna), (bB clilet villige In lbs 
valley, with galeniive depoU oi wood-cuviagi. — Ta the B. il» the 
Laoekorel and Sella- A road leads hence via (I'/ibr.) «. Mrfrtaa (InnJ 
In Wt hr.] a. Maria In WnUeuUia (D12S It.-, -Hot. Oinild von Wollun- 
slelfli RInehi Kroaa), the lul villago- Tbence over tha OrffdmrJBcSI 

Jotm (Ui (^plteUo 11/, hn.), attractive. The brldle-palh ucenda to the 
rlehl M (Vibr.) Han (Idd], to the (2 hrs.) Stlla-JcOi (7216 (t.j Sellajnch- 
Hanii Va'eDllnri Inu), betwaea the Sella and LaDgkolU. The •XodaOo 
iSlUK), tMlly aicended heuH Id 'A hr , eoinmaDila ait admirable view 
or Iha laniltofel, MatmalaU, ate. Descent (u bn.) CampiUUo (p. 161). 
rnn Waldbruck a carriaie-road [diligence in tomiper thtieo d^ly In 
aVihn.) Bic«nda to llir S.B. lo IBH.) Kartelralb (SiCO H ; Zuinnt: Rnul; 
Dr. inor't «me(orlinnl, a heallh-Fciort in an open and (unny allnatlon, 
al Ui< ruol s( the l\flalult ('140 ft.), wbicb maj lie aicended hcnca in 
3'/ihn. (guide oat tailiapenaablei piclnresjae view). To Ibe S.E. extends 
■he 8tUir-Alp, an undulatloe e»iay plateau, ISM. long and S-UV. broad. 
iprinklDit with chileU and hiy-ibeda. — From KaiielTulb Ibe nadproMeda 
vii (.'/]■.) Sei. (imia-i Stiitrlhf B. l'/,-3, pena-M.TK.i •DoiBmtlm>'e/: 
Aula'! ■ffdl.-/>nu M.ia. V. M. lo the 8,), a r«io«rlt« aummar-resotl, lo 
li<hH>0«dRM!a[MiOn.;Iaa pooa.Q>/rflX.),wUh Bulphureouaaniehaly- 
beaie •nrlun piiuiieil in tbe narrow and wooiled gorfeof Ibe n-sticUadk, 
ai tlio tool uf ilmS.'iser Alpa (biidle-nalb lo ttaa plateau in IVtbr.), Tbe 
•8ehl«rB (WO A), a splendid polnl dC view, may be aaeended hence In 
d-li/jbri. by a good Ijrrdle-patb (euldo 5-f- K,, not indlapenaable). Ahoul 
I/- hr. beluw Uie lop Ire Ibe aehlmhllmB- [StAl It. g •Isn la mmmer). 

The train crotses the GcSdener Dncb, and then the Eisak, in a 
grand deQle of porphyry rock. From (TlViM.) Atiwang [1*2^11.; 
Poal), al the mouth of tbe FUultrbach (p. 149], a steep bridle-path 
ascends to the right to Ci'/i hrs.) Klobemtiln on the RItlen (p. U9) ; 
another to the left vid 51. ('on.(..nJiii lo (3 bra.) 8ti^ (see »bo»e]. 

Again crossing (he Eleak, paasiog through aovural tunnels, nud 
mito lna the Sehtembaeh at (TS H.) Steg (to the left, high Up, the 
^Kmu Of PrbutU), we next teach (78 M.) Btumau (Kf^O R, ; Brau- 
^1 10* 

i48 BoutelG. BOTZEN. 

hsQB; Tlersei Uof), at tho mouth of tlie 'llentr-Tal. On the rieht 
bank, beyond the iieit tunnel, begin the vioe-clud slopes o! the 
Botsener Late (p. 149). 81 M. Kardaun, at the mouth of the Eggtn- 
To( {p. U9; tu tha left, the casUa of Xameid). The train now 
CTOsees the Eleak, and enters the broad and luxuriant basin of Bot^en 
(Botstner Bodtn), which resemblaa a tust Tlaefard., 
83 M. Botias. - Hotel*. "naTin, VioToai* (PI. b), U lie itBtion j 
BnliMHOE Rulner-Stt. ; "Oolbenkb Gkkip (PI, dj, Hfli. de lTIdhopii (PI. e)! 
w» - — ■ "■' " — -■ '■•- " — ■"■ ■ 

>■ (PI. 0, WallhcV.p]ali 1 HBt, Ttboi. (PI. e),' 
■"-' — — ■' " '"1. £5; 

tOblliilatoi MoTOiOHKiB (Pi. IJ, Binder^ute; 1 . - ..„ 

^TtoeOieStr.i Kemiih (PI. i), Kaiier Fran. iuseph-Elatli •BiiBoi, (PI. h), 
It Ike KollaWDge, </< >■. lo the V. of Ihe alatiDn. 

Bamtauranti. Ore!/, Sriiulmr. ITaUAn- con dir Vo/itlaeidt. all in Ihe 
Johann-PlaM, - C.fei. 
with gardao. — 
ffnitt, ZoUgai.^e, 

flDlim (870 ft.), a town wilb 13,900 inhab., wai the chief depot 
of the traffic between Venice and the North in the middle ages, and 
is to the present daf the huajest commercUl t«wn in Tyrol, II is 
charmingly eituat^d at the confluence of the Talfer, which descends 
from the Satnlal on the N., and the Kitak, which falls into the Adige 

IS M. below the town. The E. background, beyond the Eiaak-Til, 
1* formed by the picturesqne and rantasiic dolomite pealtg of the 
Schluiii and (lie Roseiigarten, while (u the W. the slew is bounded 
by the long lidge of the Mendel, elretcbing from Mte. Roen to the 
Ganliiofel and ilaing ahoTe the castled htlls of Ueberel^cb. Fine 
View of the environs from the Talfer bridge. In summer, when the 
lieat in tbe basin of Botzen is very oppreBsiva, tha tFogK-rtnaun' on 
tlie Talfer affords a cool walk after sunset. 
The Babnliof-Strasea leads through the attractive PublU Park t>i 
the WulihiT-Platt, with a monument to the poet Walthtr von dtr 
Vagelueldt, bj H, Natter (1889). The Gothic 'forJii CftureA, of the 
]4-15th cent., haa a W, portal witJi two liona of red marble, In ilie 
Lombard style, and an eiegsntnpen tower (205 ft.), completed in 1619. 

■ The altar-piece (ABBnmpllon) is by Laiiorini, a pupil of Titian. — 
The new Miueam in the Moaeum-Str. (open daily 9-12, %-b. Sun. 
A-\.1; 40 A,) contains a miscellaneous collectiDD of cnriosltles, lutural 
hietory objects, furniture, Tyrolese cuatumes, etc. ; among tbe pictures, 
an original portrait of Andreas H ofer by Altmotter. — The FratmUtan 
Monatltry possesses, in a chapel to the N. of the choii, a finely carved 
winged altai (ca. 1500), 

Tlie OalvariaBlarg (BM ft' ■- " - ' " "' - 

r Hon 

rem Ihe higl 

..... JlBg to tbe un 

e Biaali brlflee, utends In 1/1, hr. Near ft la Ihe -ffSt So/ Wdmni', 

Giiei {'mt.-Faa. Austria, *Sonnenliof, •Peltamt^ '•Qrlarr 

1 flrst-clasB, with gardens; •Bad(, beyond tbe Talfer bridge, 


bilLs; Otrmania, on Ihe HBinrlch-Promeuade ; ffrtui; Pem. Trafoit 
etc), '/4 M. to the W, of BolzeTi on ths right bank of the Talfer, in ' 
a eheltered Bltuitlon «t the ba*o of Ihe Ountichnabtrg, is fcequeritad I 
In winter by peraonE nalh delii;)ito chcsl«. The Karlwiui contdiiiB a J 
csf€-ieBtsuriint, [e&diDg-raom, etc. (mnilc from 3. 3D to 6.30 p.m.]. 
The 'ErdieTiog Hemrlch Promenade, which gradually uceods thfl 
QnntschiiBberg, affords a delightfal walk. At its foot 1b a maible < 
bust of the late Archdnke Helnrich, 

triilk IE 
<; pMt tbfl apiD 

lofSl. ^ntefl. Tbet 

built Id 1337 sod n 

the fool or the psrpEiKiiciilHr yeAnnjujto/il, Tht 

in''ISlo™',*''aDd {« m" Samthaio GtlTO «'■ i "'' 
qhief place In the valle;, pleasanllT lilualad, 
— At Atfftld, 3 H. Iilgbcr up, Ibe valia]' fo 

ild rockT chaos at 
Lach (about T'/iH. 
tba icinary ioiea 

.0 (31/. h. 

Ths Xittn 

irMllng (gui. 

.) eOrrOia (g. 115). c 

braj Btn-Hnff 

SS., DOllDllll 

e K.E. or B< 

brI'Jie-pBtb lead! | 
am ai- Atilm (see ah'oiei paal the cbnrcb of SI. Pilar to pt hrs.) Obe-ieUat 
ilI5n.iiDD)andloA-i'''>r«i-ftAii«riDn), Vibr. faitbeion. Thence a pretly 
uta pTOUeda via WtilM'<^'» 'o (9 hrs.) Xlobeeitain (3711) fi.; 'Viifr'a 
», pmi, B jr.), which camcaaadi a beautiful Tien of the Bchleni, Boaen- 
iTien, sic. Atioul Vi lir. Tartber on, bsiond Lrtigmaei, in ibB valley of 
e fiiMirtae/i, ara the enrloue •Earlii Pi/ramlii, worn Into Ibalc jreseot 

10 (87. M.) Eppun-etrbn rt84e ft. i 
nuiEi iiu»iic|i)iuiii . 'II ". VI uic "., lit at, Htchatl in SppoK (UIU ft,*, 
■Eppwier Hofi ■Boimei EpMl),a wiUl-built mil Uiri ting vUliee, where the 
Veodel toM diyfrBeB lo the riRlil (Lo the Mendel P«i> B Irs. ; shon-cuU 
(Of piHleslriaiul. The mHIw»j thenee pniceeiB serosa ihe Tlne-olmi puioin 
vH (tOVt H.) "'"'^fWio C131l.)Kitltera (l3SUfi,i ■XAwl), ilie rapilal ol 
Deheretsch. nolefl for il« wine {'SBewein' is Urn hoi). 

Tbt Hexdbl Bailwai, conslruoted by Ike Gwitii osjlDeeT Struh ud 
epneil b IBOt, 1b an ordinirF iiiinov~K>UBB line as far aa (lV< M.) SI. AhOu 
(ffns ft.), where carriace§ are cbaDRed for the elei^tric wire-roue vailwiv 
(il/tU. lODEi maiimoiu endlcDtM: 100). which ascenila the tteep, wooded 
Blope Id 36 nunutei. The ■■■ndsl Fail HUa ft,), id well'Waoded eniirODa, 
with a coal and refreahing brecu eien in the height of iDmmer, is much 

•Jtmdilhaf Hole! (E. 8-4. pena,' fl-16 S.\ on ihe' left, and the 'Grand tiei. 
Faiigm (R, B-4, pens, from SA'.), on the right of the road, and ■/»>•. 
farlUer on nie the Pe-t, VWaMann and Ihe HSl. Mlc- Pleasant eicuraioos 
may be made ffom the Mendel lo Ihe K. lo Hie (!■/. hr.) 'Pmega [6l»B ft. ; 
inn in aunnner) and lo the S. 10 the ( J hca.) Honli BcHn l«m tl.), both 


oelEhraied plIgrlE 

lolifl fn. 1fi(l dullv In ar, .„ ,, „ „., 

K. ond fee. ^^ 

17. From Botzaa to Ueran. ^^M 

Centp. Map, p. H». "^H 

SO H. EiiLW.i in I'/i br. {fares SA'.iO, 2 J. 10 ft., no second cliBJ^ 
The train erosEes the Talftr and at (B'/jM.) Si(nn«niWwon(c»Blle, 
■ee slMve) enteiBthe vslley orthe Adigt. We traverBe embaniinienf£ 
viJ |6 M.^ Slebmeiffi (tu the riglit, on a prcdpitouB lOck, (be rnlned 
castle of erri/"enil«in] lo (71/. MJ Tetlan (•Sfiltl-Pnu.fidnrfifc./', 
It. t-2 K^^;), famous for its wins, wiih a Qolbic churob of the 16th 
oentury. Beyond (10 M.) Vilpian {825 ft.), to the left, U the Urge 
Tillage of f!aU anil the hlllB of Taaa, overtopped by the wooded 
summit of the Gall (5850 ft.] ; mare In the backgionnd, the Laugm- 
tpUie (p. 163). The Meran hllla appeni shortly ofler (18 M,] '-ona. 
Tu the left is Oberlaiut, wtih the iidtied casile ot Bratmiberg. — 
i83/4 M. Cnlermoii (960 ft,), at ihe foot of the Mulingec Berg ; to 

the left Is the ohileau of Lekenhcrg (p. 162). The train c 

the Falser. 

20m. Xeran. - Hotalilmoai 
lomtm [PI. tl), in Ihe Sand-Plan, with garden i 'Hiusiu Hor (PI, a 
the left hank of the Pasier, with BBrden-, •KuHesuor (W. t), •Uubbb 
HoF(Pl.(l),-Ti«oi:,M Hoi' (Pl.e), ibeae ihree near Ihe ilalioni-HfiT. Willi 
ffl. fli -Sivor HoTKi-CPl. S)i Hor, Sp.t.o iPl-b); M these, H. - -- 
leai. 8-S £.| •HAasrOBTnaa (PI. 1); *Gu» voN UauN (PI. i)i 


' / .V I'ntM'iiials \ I Jnaitinminnivrf mi 

^^^^ MBBAH. 17. SmOt. 151 J 

Vtdtoiu (PI. k|, Hi^tklEuboi-iCPI. n). Hint. Onniuli. (PI. 0], HBtMlmrgcr- 
Btr. j FuiigTiiiHRAU (PI. p), wlm iiuiliin-riHtauruit I HAt. OiRKirDTiiiB (n. j\ I 
kbove Ihe OII[- Promenade. — In OlBrip»ii>: -EiuuBitoa BAffln (Fl. ifi I 
'Hdr. Auaiait [PI. u)i •HaHDi.Hot (PI. V), wilh hrdfopWhlBi 'HiVr. 1kii««u ■ 
(1-1. w). — In UDMnulii lUu» Hur (PL. x). — f di uuilni MTallan: 
'Boatr* (PI, >). BtU* (Pi. >). CIO., in Uie Iowd. 

Vsii*i>qi. Faairlafi AnOaui! RaOitityi Viulicha Saw i , 
■■ -■ " '•Oborm^: BWnAurt; Dr. Mangjtr! 1 

ll4'n, shore tUe lut, wKb pratlT view. ~ Siitftunnto. nl Ihe abuvo- 
mentlon«l hoteli. Wins bI /». VanAflffi, L 

SMrr-l:;:::!:" :_:; fromOfi. loMiyi iJf-.fla(JmanB'»M'&i>Brmiiis(>l»odlUufJi 
jrarMiwAnrnH «nd SMBenAXI Bl OTtucb. 

Jdifliik (7k»ro]k fid'Bfci [a tbi Cliurcb ot ibc Reeiirroulion. 

Meron (1000 K.), with 9300 inhab., tho anrlont o.pltal of Tyrol, 
occuplea > shellered altuaiion at Ihe baee of the vlne'clad KiUhet- 
herg, on Ihii right bonk of the Paittr, '/j M. abovo Itg confluoiioe 
with (he Adlge, and Is much froquented In winter hy perinns with 
pulnionary cofflplalnta on accoant of Its mild and equable ollmate, 
Theio ata also a whey-curo in aptlrig and a grape-uure In aultimii. 
On tlie oppoaitB bauk of the Piaser He tba Tllligea of Unlsmail 
and Obrrvuiit (ihu latter higher and cooler], with numetoaa vlllai, 
old naitlei, and vineyards. The buainesa-quirtec of Meran is a 
long stroHt Inletioetlng Ihe Mwn from R. to W., flanked wl(h ari»d«i 
('Liuben'). In tbU street, In the aouct of the 'Maglattita-Oebaude', 
Is situated tha Burg, or castle, once the residence uf Ihe Cuunig of 
Tyrol, dadng from iho l&tb rent.; It baa been Bkllfully restored and 
deserves a tliit (adm. 60 h.). — The Gothic awe). (14-16th .■out.) 
cuiitalns a good piloting by Knollsr (d, 1801}, representing tbu 

Thu Oltla iVcimsnade, with tU fine old poplars, the ohlef rally In S- 
puiiLt of visliora, lie* on the broad embankment on the right bank at 
the Piiaaer. A.IJolnliig It li Iho Karhitm (see abovo). In front of whlefc 
a band plays In winter, and farther on it thoSte/'imlt Promenade^ vlit 
Ibe l^otatant Chwch. Move the SpUat-BrSelK are the Ontert and 
Ci^«»'fnfer-Anla|ie,wltht apaclnusconered prom enado (band In the 
morntng; smuLIng forbidden), near whlrh la thu JUhkuth, containing 
piciDiDS and aculpturos by Tyroloao masters, antlqiiltlei, etc, (adm. 
tiOh,). On Ibc left b>nk isOte Marie-Vohrie-Anlagi, with a marble 
sUliie of Ihe Kmpiest Elizabeth (d. 189(4), by Klotz, and farther 
Dp, united with the Wlnter-Antage by the Tappelnor Sten, ta the 
Sommer-Anlafe, whe'u the band plays In tha eTonlng In aprini; and 
aittumn, Tbeae grounda eitend along both banks, beyond Ihe 
SItlnemt Sley, to the Kaittr Frant Joteph-Anbige and the ElUabeth* 
OaHtn at Obermals, with a rove red promenade (band twke weekly), 
the 'GUf-Anlagi, with Its luxuriant vegetation and the Caft 
D tho right bink. The plutform at ilin iipppr sod of the latter 
a Gharmlng glimpae of the gorge of the I'aaser, at the foot at 


D IMt, wllb 


* taMKyi^.fiuflndiia'iilObiirniMiKMMndlliiiDl 

llaffli fariintfitu (Ha *l>ave), wUli iiudca, sla, _ XHrhui* ItliiMl la 

, . .... «do,-l»B----- *■ ■ ■• ' ' 

« (lr»lioh, 

fVitfl"* CS«rik Btrrlel In IhB (ihuruli rif Uin K(i>Drriiclli)n. 

Meran (1000 n.), wlOi OltOO Inbih., thn ani'loTit aiplol urTyrnI, 
oemiplM ( thfllti-tail iltuillon tl tho buo of tbii vltie-cUcI Kliehtl' 
lirr\i, on llm right bmik of Ihu fatlrr, >/i M. •boto 111 roiilluoiJM 
with Ihd Aillfjn, jtiicl !■ muoh rraqiianlod In wintot \>i par*i)ni wllb 
putmuntiy <touiplilnt* on icnount of Iti mllci uiil oqnabln ullmito. 
Tbors iiu i[«ii H whoy-ciiTP In iprlnt *iii] % triipu-Rur« In auiumn, 
On ih« D|>p(»lln likiik of Ihn Piaicir ll>t tiv vIIIiik»' "f Vnltrtnait 

>nd 0&(nnali(ihn tattor hlfhor Mill i'<'»i'ri. ': >ii> vllUi, 

old outlei, and ilnoj'trdi, Thu Urii. ... > M..riin 1« \ 

tnnn «tiout Intfiriootltig (he town fr i ''. .< . .i ^iih Krudci 

('I.*uben'). In ihii itr«el, lii iha cmni. m m. m.,.. i..,i ihiiiiiudo', 

li *lluilaii Iho Ihtrg, or piitlo, onci' ilui rrnni -n i>i ilm Coiiiiti of 

Trro], dailiiR rtoDi rho lAih cant.; It L» I'san iklil'iilly reiinrad and 
dt>i«rifi > *Ult (oilm, DO A,}, — The Onthlfl CAufo'i [It'l&lh rant,] 
cniitalna a kooiI iinlnllnK by Knnllnr (il. 1804), rvpruionlliii Ilm 

Tbo UUala iVommuie, with 1» Diioold popltti, tbo oblef rnllytiig- 
polnt Ot tialtura, llua on tbo btoail ouibaiikinunl oii tho rlKhl bank tt 
Ihn Pa«>«r. AilJnliiliiK It la thn A'Ufhout (aun alinio), In frotit of wliUh 
a band playa In wliitei, and faithoc on la Ihn SUf'ink Prnmtnudt, with 
ibu fVoIetlant Claimk. Abots Ibu fpUat-Brftckt ace tho Vntm and 
Mtr(Wfnl<r-4nl(i|r*< witlia apaeloai eo*orod pro Bmiiade ( band In tha 
mcimtng) amoklng forbidden 1, neat whirh la thn Muicam, contalnlnc 

Slcturui and auulpluiut by 'I'yroleic tuaaloii, anliiiut'liM, bIo. [adni, 
Ob.). On (hu Ivfi bank lath* Uniit-VaUrie-At^gt.yiWh a tnarhle 
■tatua of Ibn Kniprnaa KUubnlh (d. 18914}, by Kloti, and fatthnr 
np. nnlt«d wllb Ibu Winter' A nla|<! br the Tappelnor Bteic, U thn 
l(iimm»r-AnUt9», whvre ihn band playa In tha ntenliif in aprinjt and 
anliimn. Thnair Rroundi *xt«nd alonf balh bankii boyond thn 
Sltintmt ettg, to tha Kalttr fVani Joieph-Anlaft and tha EtUabtlK' 
Oarlen il Obonnala, with • toveiod pconionado (band twlcD weakly), 
and to lh» 'imf-Aniagt, with lla liiRnrlant veiotallon and Ibn Caft 
""' -\ tha right b>nk. Tha platform at tho uppor itnd ef thn laitet 
a charming itUi'ipae of ifaa ifuign of (he I'aaaar, at the root of 




f 152 Route 17. MEEAH. 

^^H tlic Zenaburg, Easy walks Icid uphUl, crossing the FaBeeisr Toad, 

^^P to the Hiitil and Cafi OrteniUm (fine view). — Anolbei ploaeant 

^^^K,.jirnmenaj(i may be Mken alnng the 'Tajipeintr Weg, wbirji gisdu&Uy 

^^V iscends fram the llurg (p. 161] alony the S. elope of the Kiichelberg. 

^^H On this path la i marble bust of Dr. Tappeiner, by J. Steinec. 

^^^V Flesaant walk bum Obeimaii towards ihe E,, piElSeblois Ituhein 

^^f with its cypress-svenne, and acrasa the ffaif (two caftfs by the 

bridge) to the (20 min.) cbuicb of Si. Valentin, which commanda a 

Eliarmins view; then back by Schltii Bameti, or to the S. by 

ScUou TraulmanmdtiTf [restanrsnt at the foot), with a park Dnil 

a terrace at the back, which ia another line point of view. — - Amnng 

the numerous old chateaux nencObeimais the ivy-clad Schloii Ptanla 

&nd Sehioit flollentlein laay be meutiuiied, the latter belnnglnK tn 

the Archduke Franz Ferdinand (guden generally open to the public). 

The earden of the yi{iaSo'iiU<rAo/'{vlaitora admitted) eoiiuins a bual 

Bof Schiller, by Zumbnsch. 
ExouRSTOH TO ScHLoiia TiBoi, (iheie and back S-ilVa hrsj. The 
eiEieat and plesaaniest route U by the Tapptlnrr Weg (see above), 
Drhich commeiiRea at the back of the Hftgistrata-Qebaude In the 
Laiibengasae ; on the top of the Segenbilchel the 'Tlroler Steig' 
diverges to the left and Jolna the road (ice below). — The load leads 
tliroUgh the N.E. towii-gste (Passeicer Tor), past the Zenoburg, 
with ite curloDB BDmiiiesque port&l, and then aecende the Kuclitt- 
htrg to the left to [55 mln.) J>af /' Tirol [1 960 ft. ; Zum Rimmele, 

Iftrttli view-temiiie). We nest ('/i hr.) thread a tunnel 100 p, 
liong (passing the pictuiesque ruin of the Brimnenbvrg and et 
pday pyramids in the lavlne to the left), and in a few minutes 
^auh the eutrauue to the caatle. 
Anolhfir anrl looEer route |iV< br.), roiieb at places, but level foeJi 
■flrat i/i hr., passes thnrngb tbe N.W. lown-galc (VinidiganorTtw], dira 
^ttaai Iha hlghrnnil t<i ths rlgbt opposite the Oipnehia DODTeDt, md r'- 
Iby the village of BraiKh (wine at Uie "Wesaobrunn Twnn}, i 
^bBleaiiof/l«rni<!ta,audllieehurchoffi<. iWB-(floavlBw«f" "- — 
'SelklOH Tirol (2096 ft. ; adm. 50 h. ; tickets at E 
above), situated onthaB.W. Bide of the KQchelberg.w, 
residence of IheOounts of Tyrol. ItU now in a dilapidated conditlll 
The only ancient parts of the building are a porch and the Du '' 
purtnU (12th cent.) uf the Rittersaal atid the chapel. MagniA 
*View from the windows of the Kaisersa&l, best by eTenlng-lfglit, 
embracing the valley of the Adlge to a dletance of 20 M., bounded on 
the lell by a chain of porphyry mountaina extending to Dolzen, and 
on the light by the dills of the Mendel and the UlteDtal Mis.; to the 
W, stretches the luiuriaot valley ofMeran, with the falls of the Aiiige 
(which descends 600 ft. from Ihe Toll to Meran) ; in the backgroand, 

Tbe chateau uf 'Zebenberg (1740 ft.) , chaimingly situated 6 M. 
to the S. of Meran, la now a penaion (ifmts.). Shortest route by I ha 
^H ;UatllDgei glelg', which crosses the fields lo the (1 M.) MarUn^^M 

Brtieke, sbo^e the atalion of Vntermah (p. 151). Beyond the lattar 
we follow Ihe toad to tlie left to the (li/s M.) bridgB over tha 
Lehtnherger Orahcn, sei:ead on (lie other side to the right to BoaUnp, 
Hiid then by the load to tbe (40 mln.) eutle. The Bhort-cuts tbroagh 
the vineyards »c barred in automn, but are ncceEBitde on payment 
of 10 h. to the mediffivslly-attlred witchers ('SaUiior'). 

Among the DDmeroas old caitles visible from Meisn that of 
•Bchenii* {I W5 a), at the entrance to the Pasaeier, built in the iStli 
ci^tit. and containing a collection of old weapons and other ouriosities, 
is one of the most interesting and picturesque. A cirriage-road leads 
Bom Obermaifl via (I hr.) Dorf Schmna (•Prunner; SehlosBwirt). 
The Oothlc chapel contains the tomb of Archduke John (d. iSQD] and 
cDinmands aa flue a 'View as the castle Itself (fee to the steward). 

Another pleasant exnurslon (new road) may be made to the 
(^ hrs.) FragBbniK (^lOft.; Btitamant), In an elevated situation 
on the hillside to the E. (splendid »lew). In a gorge, Vi l"- farther 
on, is a One waterfall of the Sittachbach. J 

The Vlnichsan road (p. 156} leads from Hrnui to Ibg W. and erosaei (AB'fl 
I'J H.) Aillee to the ehileau of FerU, nK^enll! regtored and lagtehlJv atlol; 1 
dp (propHelnr Mr. Cro«t vifltors admillcd on TueS. and Frill. 13-1 p.m.), 1 
bcjond which ti tlis {•/( hr.} fbriur Brmrrg. Tbe amall chateau of | 
JoafJ^B Ilea V< hr. higher up (peneloo). Tbe road a^ceodi Id Ibo (I H.] 
sa'Idle or tbe Tail (IBQUft.i Inn), with the eleclric »orke for MBniD and 
Bolieo, whence a carriagc-roail lo Ihe leR leadi Tli Ibe Qaairal-Ilaft lo 
llie nv> 1"»-) 'Bil.-Fau. BsgtrHaf (1210 ft, i flne viewa) , and another path 

10 nn right ucenda lo ttic (I'/s br.) 'PnriirAWi Watirfail In (he Zitllal. 
From Ih* Ti>11 we mai roWm to Moran bj Ihe plclurasnue OU Jfuorf, or 
■tons Ibo Plan Aquidi,rl lo (1 hr.) Alguid and {</. hr.) Xiran. 

JiKiLVn inOH HhitiLS^VieUjaeli, Batililntvetl, a/albiand), lea Sal<l«br'i 

Faux tUaut TO thi Batui op Basai (p. 161) through tba Ultsn-Tal and 
"Tcr Ihe KirtMK-grr Joeh (8130 ft.), 16 bn., not Ton allnwliye Ob the whole. 
Al.Dtil t bn. frani lliran Ilea Ihe Ul'iw Miltaiad (3180 ft.)^»'ltb a good 
halh-hoiue and anentcal ajirlnn, whence Ihe Laufimp'ilii (19)0 St. \ clnb- 
Lot near ihe lop), a bmoui poini of ilcw, may be aiceuded in l'lr-f> bra. 

Tlie Puaeieir. the nite; watered by theimpeluoui Paaaer, is iDUmate- 
ly Bsaocialed with tha mgmoiT of Andreaa flofer, Ihe Tyrolua patriot 
Ih. HbT) shot al Xantaa ISID). Kew road (ninnlbiiii to HI. Leunhsrd 
i tines .laily in 3V,hr«,) nait tbe ZtnUmrg (p. 10,') "ii (li/ihr.) Riffia* 
(1770 ft.) and {'It hr.) SoKbu (Inn) to (3 hr».) SI. Martm (Iflao ft. ; Coler- 
wirl). About i/ihr. farllier db U IbB Baiutlaf lint) , Ihe home In Hbich 
Ilofcf (ihe 'Sandwlrl of Faaieit') wai bom, eonlalDlog a few meaKDtau 
uf blm. AdIuenI is the Htfir-KapMl, built In I86T. Aboo St. Hartlii 

11 Ihe fl'h hri.) F/ohiU'SUU or Ei/a-HtiU (1700 ft.), "here he waa 
conrealed from Kov. ISOS ubSI his canloie on VBtb Jan.. tBIO. 

Above Oh hr.) St. Xmnhard (1130 tt.i •ntiMoirl: •Sfotluirl; Jlrftt- 
mrO, the chief vIllaEa In ttag vaUey, riiea the Jaufcaburii. a ruin on an 
lialated green bill (view), — Faon St. Lbosbabo td STannso (p. H6J, 
H hn., gnidc iiDnreeinnry (II K.^ Ibe brtdle-palh lcad> Ihroueb tbeWalltx- 
Tal ID Ihe B, and over Iha Javfn I66I0II.: inn). — Faoif St. Lkokbuii 
t„ HoLDEB in Ihe Oelital, IO</,hr>. (inida 13£.). A good bridle-palh aacend* 
on the left hank of tbe I'aaser Id CH/i hn.) ir«u pISlOft.; Inn), bevond 
which It crosses the river and proceeds to (libhr.) Sil-oui (inn) and Tii 
*ltn 10 (IV. hr.) a>>anwi ItBWtt.i ItiD, clean). Thence we ascend 
Ir lo Ibe (li/ihrs.) Tlnnd-JncA or Timliar-Joih (fUSO R.), whence wa 
A along the Tlmmlbarh, either lo the right to (4 hrs.) Sildm (p. Ut), 
iha Isft tu (8'/ihr.J ewet (p. 143). j 



II. 166- SailtrsT '""" HchlndeFog to Uemi DDder' oemlnicKoD. 

Landed [3676 It.), aee p. 141. — The TOtd aEcends on tlie right 
bank of the Jnn, which here forms GOipn] ispids, past the tfeue ZoU 
Jrai to the {6 M.) Fonllatier-BTacke (2830 ft,), where the TiTolese 
'I.andetarm' nearly uinihiUted the RnYoriin invndeT» la 1703 ind 
1809. On a precipitous rock, to the right, Etand the ruins of Burg 
Laudmk, neaTwblch U the tillage orLaiUa(3000rt.), with Enlphai- 
bitha (moderate charges), 1 hr. by road from Pruti , I'/ihi. {raia 
lUeil (see below). About Vi br. higher Ilea Obladh [4645 n.), with 
mineral Bpringa, beautifully Bituated. — 7'/s *•. PmtM (^ISiO ft,; 
Rote), wheie Die road returns to the right bank, lies at the eatrance 
to (he KavmtT-Tal. 

Ilie S., parallel wllti (be Pilital, lo' Ihe central miM of de Oelital MU. 
A new road uceods aloDg (be FaBt/aAach to 13'/: •>".) Fe«cU,i, (4170 n ; 
■Binch], whesei a bridle-pitb goes on to tlie (B'/i-l Jm.) Otpalich'Saia 
(Suen.i ino, Se bedi), pictureiquelr elinated at Ibe head of Uu waller, 
opposite Ibe Impoilng 'Qtpatuh Glaciir, tlie largest ia Tjiol ejsept Urn 
Puaterie. [FedutriBSB will prefer to reacli FouchteD by tba footpatli Tii 
XiiTiiri and ihs pilgrim resort at KaanbruKu (iiS5 ft. ; Eckbardt).] — Fuies 
f. — .1.. Oepitacb-Haiu to MUiiarrg in tlie Pltital over Ibe OrlQr^iat-Jetlt 
7-BhM, KnldBlli.lieop. i«i lo r«i((p. liS) oierthB iJqiBlirt- 

:« <10,l 

H-JocA pfiifi ft.), e hr», lo Pinl^UnU (eiude VI X.), i 
n difBcuUr. BrauH [p. IBS) ia reaebed In Ibn. 


III Die 

10 m. Bied [2876 ft.; Posi), a ihriringyillage, with the castle 
a! Siginundiried. The road now ascends over an eitensive alluvial 
deposit and Ui en floiely Btlita the Inu to[iV»M.) ToKtu (30iS6fl.; 
"Wilder Mann), crosBeB the Inn at (>/3 M.) Bmggen, and reaches 
(41/4 M.) — 

19 M. Ffnndt [3185 ft.), picturesquely situated at (he entrance 
to llie Raduncktl-Tai, and cotisisting of two viUagoa: fitu6en [Post), 
on the highroad on the left bank of the Inn, and Pfiindt, on the right 
bank. About I'/g M. farther on, the road croaaee the Inn and grad- 
ually ascends on the right bank, being hewn In the rook at places, 
and pnEElng through three tunnels and two sTslanclie-gaUeiieE. 
Picturesque viewa of the narrow valley of the Inn. One of tbe finest 
poinia 19 at (23 M.) Eooh-Finitei'maiu (3G30 ft.; *HoM, D. 4, pens, 
from 8 AT.), a cluster of houses on the roadside, 420 fl. below which 
iB AU-Fin)icTmiin%, with itE old tower and bridge croasSng the Inn. 

The road now quits the Inn and enters (left) a tmallUWial ■ 

passing a pretty waterfall and Porl iVauder*. It fl "■ 

Jong bend (old road aborler for walkera) to (!■/« hij 

|.a7"/s M. Nanderg («70 ft,; Fast; AdUr; Lwce; Moadxh^n), a 
e village, with tbe old Sckloa ffoude-tsl/trg. 
Blgliro&d 10 llie W. to Ibe fiifrwKng rJi Vai'IJutrirct, see fioiAtir't 

The Toad grsdiially nEcciida on the right bank of the StiUe SacA 
to (4 M.) Ihn BiEcheii'Solieideek (4950 fL), its culmlnnting point, 
the waterBhed hetween the Inn and thn Adige. A little beyond the 
vilUgB of [Sli/jM.J Racbm (4890 fn Stern; Federapiol), whidi 
lies nest the sniall green Raehen-Bee, a atriking "View is discloBed 
of the E1I0W and Ice Qelds of the tniposing Octler chain (camp, 
p. 157). The Aiigt, Ocroi. Etsch, rises near Keschen, (lows diiou^ 
the lake of ReEchen , and afterwurdi tbroagh the Mlttenee \Tti 
Hdderue. We neit reaeh (33'/a M.) Ornut {4B80 ft. ; *HSt.-Peni. 
WmUr, R. from 2, board D K.; Hot. Ortltri Trattbe or Post; Adler; 
LamTn), i Tillage at the entrance to the Langtauferer-Tal. 

37 M. St. VaUntin auf dtr Hatd (4695 ft.; Post], formelly & 
hospice, situated between tbe Miitersoe and the KeldeiBee. Below 
the latter Like begins the monolonoua MaUer Heide, To the right 
lies the Tillage of BtirgeJa, with its red spiro and the cutle of FBriim- 
bxtig, now occupied by poor famlUeB, Farther on, the Benedictine 
abhey of Marim':tfg Jies on (he bill to the right, 

43 M, Mais {3440 ft. ; Foit or Adltr; BOr; Hinch), a yillage of 
Roman origin, in llie Upper Ybuchguu. The grounds o[i the hiUaide 
10 the E. (oppoelte the Post, 5-10 min. ucent) command a fine view 
of tbe YinEchgau and the Oitler. 

Tno da.;! mar he plcaiantlr apent by ivslking hence tii. Taafiri to 
(3 hrs.) thn Swiia vlllaeo of Simla Maria (IMO it.; 8ch*ei.erli..ri Brtl. 
BtrWIu), In Iha Uintlrr-Tal, and Ihence (new road) over tbe UmbriOt Pint 
IKtlO n.) lu (t hH.) BaMa Maria on Ibe Glelvlo, returoiBg to Ibe ralley ot 
tbe AAHit aver tbe Bieivio Fue on the rollowioe Akj {seo p. IfiB). 

On quitting Hals we pais the venerable tower of the FrZlielit- 
btirg. In the distance to the right, beyond the Adige, is the ruin of 
Liehlailtrg, To the left, at ScMudenu, rises the Churburj/, a chateau 
of fount Trapp. At (49'/, M.) titu-Spondinig (2900 ft. ; 'HirBcb) the 
StelriD road (p. 16T) diverges to the right I'hen (2 M.) — 

Sl'/jM. Kyri{59e0ft.i PosO- At(66M.) Laoi (Hirsch) the tee 
peak of the LauaeripUu f 10,836 ft.) comes prominently into view. 

D9 M. Scbl&ndert (2316ft.: Potl; KTita; Widdtr), at the en- 
trance to lie SMandemaun-Tal. AlOoflan, in the vicinity, are 
quarries of while marble. Tbe road crosses (2 M.) the Adige above 
Ooldrtin, and then the rapid PUma, which descends fiom the 
Itartell-Tal on the 8. 

The Xartell-Til strelrhei lo tbe S.W. towarde Ibe Orller group. At 
Ibe enlranee lo Ihe valley ([ U. troia Ooldrein. !'/< M. IVom Laticta) tlo 
lbs village or Hurler, viib Ibe dccajed caiilec gf VMo^llMlan and Olitr- 
Mtnlan, and 1 hr, fartber on ii Ibe lllile chalybeate bath oF Ball rsm tt.\ 
oppoiilo wbicb, OD Ihe lett bank, la Uarlitt or That, wltb tbe cbnnh of 
lh<i valley. A eartroad aicond. from Salt vli (Vt hr.) - - - - 



..... . . . ., (iBB) ani 

r.) the cbaptl of Jfuria-Seltnrli to Ihe (IVi brO t'nlirf and O/i br.) 
JbrMlir Mp ftma n.1, commaDdine a floe vievr of the mov-clad 
>li(i;^ft.f Aboutl'/tht 

l/ibi. (anber <m is Ibe Sitfall au» Bid [7180 ft-i 


. in suramsr), fine]; BUualed Den the end of the huge XUfall Olaciir. 

LCier-FOutM leod hence to Sulden Ip. 167), in t, lira, via tbo JfaXrlUcl. 

* (10,230 (1.) or in 7 bre. Til LheiSuje Rm (iO.SKinOi and la ihe W. 

B hri. to 8Kn(» CalerlnB (p. 159), viJ the Ctstdalt Fan {10.730ft.). 
lieyond (2 M.J LaUch CHlrsch] the road reorosses the AdigB. To 
thp- left risee the pIclureEque mined chUesu of SiuttlbeU. We neit 
paea TncfuiT!, Bad Kochenmons. with a sulphur epring, and (BVjM.) 
Swim (Adler), at the foot of a barren slope. Below the [a/4 M.) 
*H6Ul Schnabtal the road passes the narrow mouth of the Schaalter- 
Tat (road to Ntu-Ealtti!, p. 143], and leads to (2 M.] — 

71 M. HatninB fl85B ft.; Port), with a (estorod castle. Beyond 
(3Vi M.) Eabland (1740 ft.) Ihe Ttdiey contracts. A saddle, called 
the TSll (1680 ft.), separates the Vinscheiu ftom the Meran district. 
The road crosEeB Ihe (I'/i M.) Adige, which foime several rapids 
lover down , and descends the slope of the Martingtr Berg [p. 153) 
in a wide curve, affording s, striking view of the beautiful yalley of 
Meran, which resembleg a vast orchard, enlivened with Tillages, 
churches, and cssllea, and enclosed hy heautifally-foraied porpbyry 
mountains. At the foot of Ihe hill (] M.) we pass, on the light, the 
Font Breu'iry, '/(M.beyond which is Sehiow Font on the left (p. 163J. 
8( M. Meran (1000 fr.), seo p. 160. 

19. From Eyra (Lmdack, Meran) to Colico on 
Lake of Como. Stelvio FasB. 

mdtck, Meran} to Colico on tl^^H 
jomo. Stelvio FasB. ^^H 

. Ilapt, pp. 143, ^^M 

LiDdaoli to Trafoi (61>/iM.] dailrin SO^I^H 
dtSlE. to AO) OuNiBus daUy in lS«iH 
Ueruito T»rol (3911.) daily ialObn. O^EQ 

1 Tntoi twice diilT In 4hrn, IbK. ffiA.}. — 

S9 M. Uail Cuicu from LiDdaoli to Trafoi (61>/iM.] dallr 

1 ISVthr.. (18 «. flO, outside 22 " ■" - ' -- - 

(ITJ:.). — «"■■ CoAOB from Meran 

.I'll hn. (IS £. 80, outside 33 i*. 10 AOi Ounibus daily in : 
- .-..-. - ■ (3g)i.)dailjiBiOhM. 

daily iL ,, __ 

i>ii.iuii[>iuii immcin iu ued nurmiu urei uie StelWo (31 H. 1 pay fortSll.) 
in lummer dally in Uhra. (IBf. SO A.; comfoMnble open vehlalea). — 
Ilalian Dir.iOEHCE from Barinio to TIrano (3B M.) twice daily io B Lre. : 
RaiLiTAi from Tirauo lo Colico (11 H.) in VI, hri. — Ci'itiiaii from 
Etn to riomagoi, one-horac 11, two-hone IS A. 1 lo Tcafoi 8) and 38 A. 
(eutrahoMator tUeaacent, when more than 68 im. of luegsee. 9 X. SOft.ti 
to Pranceiuliahe BO and 31, to Bormio tH and 63 S. (emra hone 90 and IB K.) 1, 
from Jfab (o Oomasoi carr. and pair for two pers, 16, lareer vehicle !& K. i 
lo Trafoi 22 and 34, to Frantenshohs 62 and {16, to Bormio 64 and ME. 


jil^heel earHa§B-T 
by tbo Anilrlan 

Ibe ebort-cult, aa the road affurdi the (Ineat view, 
thflutd be allowed for the larlons (laees on Fool: fr 
.Fisiuenah5he2</,i eieWio Pass 2; Santa Haria </>> B' 


Iiacli lo Suit Uirin 4; otcf Ibe Wormier-JoDh 10 SaoM Ku 

Fiom Lnndeck or Meian to Effrs, sea It. 18. The SteMo lOKd 
trosBee the Adige at (2 M.) Neu-Spondtnig (290O ft.; 'Hirsch) and 
[uns slralght acrosE the valley, which is rendered marshy by the 
iiiimdatlona orthe TVa/bifl- Boeft. At — 

31/j M. Prad (2960 ft.; Poitf Pradtr liof), at the 
to the TTaTaiei Tal , the road !s Joined on the right by the direct 
route from MUs via GVarm (Sonne). At the SchtiuU (Ion) the rosd 
begins to ascend, the Talley contrncu, and the brawling Trafoler 
Bach CoimB scieriil waterfalls. On the slope tt> the right lies the poor 
viUage of Slilfi, Ital. Sielvlo, whence the ioul« deriieB its name. 
Opposite (5 M.) OomagDl (dl76n.; B6t. GomagiA), with a small 
fort, opetis the Stddtn-Tal. 

Tbt -Buldcn-Til exteoila for fl H. Inlo the burl of lh« Orlter giaaa. 
A road leads from Goiuagoi lo (2'/, hn.) Bl. CirtrM or StMm (MHO ft. i 
-BIJer; Zuta Ortleri I'emlil) and to (36 mlo.) Iha lain -AJdn HiKii 
(R. froia 3, D. I, peoi. 9-16 A'.), commaDdlai a beautiful view of the OHlcr, 
KAnlgHpitu!, UddUs Zebrb, etc. The large BuMm Qtacltr, duceodliiE tiom 

!■ now acarcelr'TlalblB rrom tbe valley. A good view of it ia obtained 
rrom tbe a hri.) Behaalm^Blitti (8UD fl.i inn), on tbe BbrntmS, Ike 
sinning- point for the SBaigupilii, Cnnlaic, BcMSnUifipflii, Cualoh Fan (to 
Ssola Citerina, p. 1D9), and the liadrUieH-JBcIt (to HaHeU). Tbe (S'9i/i bn.) 
DUiiildiirfer'SklU (8880 ft.i Inn; flna view of tbe DrUer) In tbe JSallai, and 
the (QbraO Bmelmmn-Setu an the £1*I»m (7ral(gTS0 ft.), above tbe Butden 
Olacier, are both worthy ofa viiit. The former ii llie >lartine-FaiDt for Uta 
TtehrnifilHr Eeeliieaitd, VtrlalniptUi, etc., tbe latter for Jfonli Zibri, llie 
Orlltr yii tlic JUaUre Oral or Ibe SocHJecli (verv dirflcull), etc. - Aacuna 
from Sulden: 'mntiri BtMUitaitf^Uii (ID.SOB ft.) li/i b».; guide 9 S,), 
euilT readied in >/■ br. tram the HadrlUcta-Joch, and convenleotlj com- 
bined witb llie expedition to Hartsll (p. IBS). — •CttHiaU (biEbcat puk 
t3,3S0fl.t Thn.; guids IBS'.), not dltBcDil for eipertij One view. Tbe 
nigbl may bu tpenl at the SoIIfHii BtUn oo the E)ua Pau liO,1Sfln.), 
VI, bra. from Snlden; Ihaace to Iho lop a-aVi bn. — gantgHvii" (13,805 ft. i 
e-bbn. rrom (ha SchaDbacb-Haiie, BDideUA.), dlffleuli. — The Ortlar 
(ia,S00fl.i 7-8hM.i|guldBaO».), the higheit of tbe Kai tern Alps, la fra- 

mow la in good enndUlon, Tba foota from Balden aaeeoda rapidly tbroii|;h 
Ibe JforU-ral to the (3 bra,) Taiaraia'Saifi (831Sfl.; inn) end Ibe (li/illr.] 
ntutrSmu VD tbe TatanUo-Kamm (9910 ft. | Inn io aammer), whence Itaa 
snmmil ii reaebed In 3-ibr«. over tbe TatanUa Olariir and Dppa- Orllir 
aiocitr. Splendid view from the lop. — For dslalla, lee Baubta-'i Bail- \ 

The road ascends more rapidly and crosses the Tiafoler Bach four 
timeB. Behind appears the broad snowy pyramid of the WelsBkngel, 
and to front the imposing Ottter groap. 

lOJ/a M. XMrfoi (6080 ft-i 'Trafoi Haiti, l«t class, R. 3-9, D. 4, 
IxiardTAT,; foil; fl8t. SteMo oi Alte PoU; ZuT ScHonen AuMieht}, 
a small village, Is giandly situated. 

InlereBlingwiilk(Bnidounnecesiari)ftOBi Tr»(oi lo tbe p/i hr.) Haillg* 
Dili Brnniieii {ttVO It.). The path diveriBS rrom tbe road to the lafl by 
tlttTraroiHulel, niiu Ibraugh nieadowa and pine-wood, and fiaallyenxaea a 
aaiaine. Under a wooden roof are three wooden Bgurea repreaealloe Christ, 

BirgiD and St. John, fnim wboee breaita flows Ibe Ice-cold 'holy 
'. A^aceni are a cbajiel and a tavern. Oppoaile riies Ibe hnge and 


urlf perpendicular HBdnUrb, (torn the da 
— ■■—'■1 are predpilaled fmm B. erent height. To the 1 
musea of. the Trafiii and Lower Orller OlBcien, 
by Ihe Tnifaler Eliwud, The vtliole aceoe Is picturesque aod impreasiTe. 

The Toad ascends In bold windings on (be left side of (he viltey. 
Ae ihe beet views »re obtained from the bends of the road, short- 
cuts should be BToided. The finest point la CS'/sMO the "Weim 
Knott (6110 ft.; [^it. hut), a platform with a marble obelisk to the 
memory of Jotef PichUr ('Fasaetrot Joeele'), who in 1604 made the 
flrst ascent of the Oitlei [see above). Facing ns is the sombre Ma- 
datsflh, to the right the Madatsch aUciei, aud lo the left the Tcafol 
and Lower Ortler Qladeri, overlooked by Ihe Pieishorn. Far bel'™, 
amid dark piiie-tices, lies the chapel of the Thiee Holy Springs. 
Patthci on, oppoElto the superb Madatsch QIacier, is the [I'/i ^0 
QinlDnlcra def Boko, which wu destroyed by irregolai Italian troops 
In 1848. The zone of trees te now quitted, and stunted dwuf-piuus 
only are occaBionally seen. At (2'/4 M.) — 

16 M. Franzenihohe (7180 ft, ; *Posl Hotel) the highest Bummit 
of the Oitler becomes visible for the first time. 

The Toad ascends ill long windings on Elopes of talc-slate. High 
above us, ou the left, sro the snowy sitmrnits of ilie Monlt Lfvrio 
(10,470 it.) and the OeUteripiUt (_iUiOo ft.). 

On the li hrs.;) BtelTio 7ais (StilfttT-Jocb. 9055 ft.) is the tiSlel 
FerdlnaTidshSlie (It. ^-6 K,; Austrian post-office in suoimer). A 
column to the left marks the boundary between Austria and Italy (th^ 
height given on the boundicy- alone is wrong). The 'Drt^rtuH ' 
ipilte (9325 ft.), to the right, is easily ascended in 1/4 hi. and a 
laandB an excellent survey of the environs (new hotel). 

To the left is the Ebtn QIacier. The road then descends tu w 
ings, which may be avoided by short-cuts, to (3 M.) — 

21m:. fiuita Har^ (8160ft. I 7nn), the fourth Cantoniers and the 
Itslian custom-house. 

A new road rdUlneniie twice datl; in i br.) Olverges Ifobi Ous eielria 
ronie to Ihe rl^ht nsar the Cantaniers 9utt Haria, ccouei the Unbrul 
Pau Q^Oft.}. or Wonnsir Joci, uid descead) tbruucb the fal Mm-<mia li) 
•B hra.) Soma Ifaria in the KuDster-Tal (p. ISB). 

Theuceat of tba -Pis Dinbrail (9!)lan.i IVrShrs. from Santa Uarla: 
juide, iisiiable, 6-1) fr.) la recommendEJ. We divErEe by ttaE Iiosaui lo lUe 
left from the road io tbB Miin«ter-T»], and ascenii flnl ■ eraMy olope and 


'iemi of Ide Orller, Ihe Alps of th 

It reach the (l'/iM.)thirdCunl(jfU>raaIPionocWBraui;Uo 
(71}90rt.j inn), neai a chapel, and then the Cailao dti Eotteri di 
Spf>ndalonga(7i(iOR,'), a house occupied by road-menders. The 
road descends in nameroas windings, dosses the brook descending 
from the Val ViitUi, and reaches the (second) Cantaniera Bmeiitla 
(6485 ft.). To the right rises the abrupt Ute.EtauglU, (9775 ft).. J" 
, load skirls the monutaiii-slope and is carried through the DirDeeaif 



f Wormirr Loch) by covered gilleries. Fftrther on la the (flrat) Cun- 
tanitra dl Pialla Martina f5685 ft.), boyond whkh the Adda iljishes 
Coitii Srom tbe wild Vol FraeU on tbe ligbt and unites wltb tbe 
Brmglio, Beyond the last gallery but one the valley md tbe road 
turn tDWuds the S., and a beautiful view la disclosed of the valley 
of Botmiy as far as Cepplna. To the S.W, rise the Como di Son 
Colombimo (9915 ft.), the tSma di Pinaf (11,1280 ft.), and the Cimo 
Sedmeo (10,300 ft.); to the S.E. are the MtcSobrtUa [10,720ft.) 
and the ko- pyramid of Pis SVwera (11,820 ft.). Tho Bagni Vecchi 
(4760 ft.; -Inn, E. 2-3, pens. 6-8 IrJ, oi Old Baths of Bormlo, now 
Tome into view, perched on tbe tocke below tbe road. Before tbe 
last tunnel is readied, a road descends to them direi^t. About '/a H. 
farther down are ihe — 

SI U. Kew BftUu of Bonnio, or Bagni Auavi (4380 ft.; 'HoLel, 
R. 3-B, D, 4-5, pens. 8-12 fr.; poit and telegraph office), a handsomH 
building on a terrace, cnmmandiagaQne view of the valley nf Hoimia 
Olid iho surrounding mountains. 

33 M, Bannio, Ger. Woraa (40'iOft.; Patta ut Lerme d'Oroj: 
Alb. Mia Torre), an antlqnated little Italian (own at Ihe entrance 
to the Vol Farva, with many dilapidated lowera. 

FboM BuaMTO TO BiKTi CiiaaiSi, 9-10 M, (aillgenea Iwiea dally in 
3 lit!.-, nue.borBB carr. tliere and back IS b.). Tbt road lewti throDgli 
Ihc Vol Ftmi, aloDg Ilia Frodetfa. SaaU Oatnina (5100 It.t •SlablUKimlo 
Ultmaitl! ABi. MOamti ii a balli of loioe rapute. with a sprtpg impregnaled 

fiib ochonle acid. A bcantihl walk may be taken lo Ibe (I hn.) dialcU 

called Bailt del Fotm (ZC60 ft.) Uuiii'a Inn), alluaied atipoillc Ike huge ^H 
'Forna aiaeiir. ^^H 

From Saiua Caterlna lo FmIi dl Irgno (p. 161], over the Oavia Fan ^^M 
(USB n.), 7.B hn„ atj and InlereaCtng Igallc uQnecE'iary In good wealher) ; ^^B 
DVFr Ibe CiMdaU Fbti lo the Mtrua-Tal, see p. lU. ^^1 

The road crgtssi the Fredol/b at (lV4M.)BanlaLucta, and then ^^ 
turning towards the S. traverses the broad green valley (Piano) of 
llormio. Beyond (3 M.) Ceppirut vie pau the hamlet of Sanl' Anlanlo 
and then AforJiniDnf. TfaeS«Ta<IiilforipnanE, a defile SVsH. In length, 
here Bepnrates Ihe district of Bormlo from the Vol Tilllna, (he broad ^^^ 
valley of the Adda, the slopes of which yield excellent red wine. The ^^| 
Ponlf del Diavoto wai deatroyed by the Aastriani In 1B59. Near (ha; ^^| 
end of the defile (right) are the ruins of * fort. ^H 

46 M. BoIlkdDTa (2840 ft.; Potta; HSUl del Alpei). Below ^H 
(461/3 1^0 ^^'0 '>ie road crosses to the right bank of the Adda. 
48Vj M. Grotto, with a chateau of Coaat VisconU-Venoata. Beyond 
(00 M.) Ofoiollo, at (51VaM.) Maao the road returns to the left 
bank of the Adda. To the W. rises the precipitous Mie. Mniaeela 
(0140 ft.). We then descend by Lotwo and fiemfo to — ^H 

b^'li M.Tiiuio(Wr> It.; *OrimdBSiti Tirana ; Potta; Italia; ^H 

Mlet Sletvlo), a amall town which hu often suffered from Ihe In- ^^1 

undMionB of the Adda, wltli old manalons of the Viscontl, Palla-'^^l 

^MWpl, ud Sslli families. The railway- station (buffel) Is on the ^H 

^■h bank Of the Adda. ^H 

Abiinl ViU- <" Ihe W. nf tbe atillan lies HidaniiB di Tiruu (^». 

m il'tiiUi, 1 small villigo "ilh t lures pllgriniige-c^urcU (tail. denl,). 

t»rri"?e-rold (rlillcenoe dallj) lemls hence to fljioMow, fmd acro«» lUe 

;rsifiB Hiu tn the I'piin- EafOdiae; lee ftiritctrra Atifirrlind. 

The Rail-wat croasea the PoKhiavina, whieb descends from lie 

Demlni lakes. At [6'2 M.) Traenda tbe Apnea, roiid diTeiges in the 

left [comp. p. 16i). On » hill to the N. riaea the old watch-tower of 

Teglia (2940 ft.), '"hioh fives iU name to the valley (Val TtgUao). 

73 M. 8ondTlo(;ii40ft.; Baa. SatauTanl; 'Poita. R. 3-6, D.4, 

ma. from 7 ft.), the oupital (7000 Inhih.) nf Ihe Val Telllna, is pret- 

If dtnsted on the Mallero, an impetnouB tonenC. 

CroBBing the Msllero, the railway ekiits the hill of Saaclla, nhicb 

produces n well-known wine. 77 M. Caitione; 80 M. San Fltiro- 

Berbermo. At (841/2 M.) ATdermo-ila»ino the Val Mniino, ia whicli 

UB (lie freqnented Bagni del Matino, opens on the light. — The 

I train croese« the Adda. 89>/2 M. KorbeKno (SQOft.; AU. Cmtrat;), 

noted for its silk-cnltuie. — gO'/j M. CDsio-aVoona; 93 M. IMtbln. 

- The lower pact of the Val Telllna is made marah; snd unhealthy 

by the inundations of the Adda. 

"jg M. Colioo (700 ft.; Rail. Se^tauTinl. with rooms) ia situated 
at the N.E. end of the /.ofcf of Como; aee Baedefcers Horlhern ll'ihi, 
•I BaedduT'i Smitierland. 

30. From Botzen to Verona. 

Cemp. Mapi, pji, ISB, 1st. 
<9 M, BiiLKii. Biprnu io 2>/(-4>/,, ordiniLry trains In 5i,, lirs. 
Bolten (STOft.), ace p. 14S. The train crosses the EUiik, which 
into the Adige, oc EiicJ,, 3 M. lower down. At (6 M.) BiranioU 
the latter river becomes navigable. Beyond (10 H.) Arur, the train 
croascB the river; to the right, on tbe bill, Is Kallem (p. 149). — 
13 M. RannaTlct-XiBiiuii. The village of Xeumaikt (Pott) lies im 
the left bank of the Adige, 1 M. from tbe railway. 

Tbe yaU>T sf tha Aviaio miy be viaitu] from Nenmarkl. Tbis valler, 
ai M, long, coDSliti of Ihe Vol Crmtra (or Zimmtrii, the lowest oait, tram 
Lavia to Val Floriaaa(!llf.): tba Vol Fitmmt (or FlUnu), tbe central part, 
s> far as Kobna (31 U.); and (be Vol di Faiia, ibe hlghEBl part, eiiesdlDE 
la Penla (16 K.) and ramaui tor iUi dolamitui. The ihortett ruuti la lliB 
last leads /rom BoUan vU the Karer Paa lo ng' (»« p. i*9). . ~ - " 

1 TIgo daUy in 3hn., a 
to Ftala twice dall; In 3>/i hn. [eatriage and pair from Nrumarlil 
less 31, Id Fiadniio 10 EX — The road atccDdt t\l ri H.) £al^ 
(SK.) AinloM rrHdt OllSft.; bold) lo lu cuImlDailng point, 
ZupanD (MID ft.), and deacendi, paiifnE the lillle sulpbur batba o 
lo (la U.) Oavalaie (3360 fi.\ jBsora,' rurrma). the principal p] 
inhabj Id tbe Yai ^smfac, an Alpine valley of moderate width. 
fcDm tbe hill beside the cbnicb at Caialeae, the villaees at (1 « 
(I'/i M.) Fme/Ha, and p/s M.) Zlaui, which *B neit paas le 
near, but iha Intervening gorgea nnedailMB freonant ctrcnllJ. Beyi 
we enter the broad valley of (WhU.) PTedaiao (3S40 ft,: l/a 
Xeia). an eicellect field for the miBeraloglal. To tbe K, openi 



e- --r>^- '-'■JgaLM fca*. 

^^^^H^ SA.VmCBELE. 30. Route. 161 1 

TraBlgnBlo, Ihiousfa which > road (dlllBsnce) leadi vii li'k U.) Pammnarto 
ind (181/iM,) Si/nJfarlfiuitf CDjfrwin(17]0r(.> 'Hdl. das DolamilBS; Hiit. 
ToTdI), k ravourile tammiir-reiiirt, lo (7tt M.) n-im'tre (ise Batdtkn'i Eiultnt 
Alpi). — The lui part of the FiiiDiue ii a n»i7o» acquulered dftle. SSVi ■<■ 
■iiiDk(.%06(t.-, Oi.'iniai CocaUeUo,- Jl'.cr^JJpino) ihe Knit vlUftgelD ihe 
RiJ FujH, To Ihe left riie ihe dolomile rocts of the KoiBcgarten, Rot- 
wiori, ete., ihoW. aide of which presenU so slriking bd j.p|je»r»aco from 
Boticn. To Ihe N. the Lmilrofcl (10,15S ft.), idjoiaed bj the TlotUtfit 

(31M,)Vig«diy«i«(46Wifl.; W«. k-iffoiCoiMa; flow), the'chief villoBBin 
iheVBlFu.a, sitoWed Vs M. higher up, m the left (lo ^oi™ over tho «ur«r 
PatM, BCS |>. 119). The ittractivs ucenl of ths Cumpidis (BSSUft.), the li. spar 
nl Ihe Oiim M Miaoni, niar lie mtde heocB in I>/i-2h».— Tba road des- 
cend! vii Alia [1230 ft.), at the enliaiica to the Vol Mmtmi, P-Fra (Itiul'i 
Ina), tad Mattin to (38Vt M.) 0>inpltcUi> (1730 ft. ; an. IMino). at the InBui 
of the Duron into Ibe Avlslo, a good llarllne-polDl for eicurilons in Iha 
UPPECF sua valley. Interaatiog passes lead hence Drer lhBS(Ha-/i><A(lS7SIl.) 
to Ihe Grdden •Bllej (p. lli), and aver the MaMtnttSl-JixA (7180 ft.] to 
the Seiaer Alp (p. 1)7). The 'Col IMttta IgASb tt.x S lits.) commaDdi a 
majDlOcent vieiv.— The Vairaaaanow lurtil ID IhsB. I>/iX. Bria: '/lU. 
Ca>>ain(PIUelieiilar); 1 H. .dlhi (.SeOft.i Delia OUeooa'slnn]; 1 M. /Vii<a 
(BOSS ft.), the last image in the valler. Bance oyerlha ^HtoJaAuf (miOft.] 
to (ai/i-tihra.) Oaprilt (p. l71), see Baultttr'i Eaitem Alpi. 

IQ'/z ^- Salam (Adlei), below the mined HadtThwg, giluatcd 
iin an oppsienlly iTiaiceGslblo pinnacle. To the right Is the Rocchtlla 
Pan, leaiiiiijj to iLe Vat dl Non (eee beluw), 

S4M. Bu) Kohele (760 It; AdUr), with an old AugiiHtinian 
iDOiinBlerjr, is the best aiarting- point for Madonna di Camplylio, 

The Val di Hon and Val di Bole, opeDing here to Ihe N.W.. form a 
•ingla valler, nhout 30 M loag, wUb manr branches, and watered h; Iba 
X'c. A goa.t road lead* frooi San Ulehele (diligen>^e daily tu ISHt and 
Tre-eniU)tia (IH.) jraiiDlMnhinln or IfddcA- JAI' (£45 ft. | -VietorlB}, lliGii 
Ihruugh the deAle of the Kocelutta and up the letX bank of the Vnre, to TaJr 
and lias.) OteKilHan., AiiuIU), Ihecapilal of the Val di Non, in anna 
situation. Wa deieand to the JTuluiiiI Briaae, where the Val di Sole beelni, 
and proceed •il Caldri to (Jfi H.) Kal« (UaOfl.i £01. Halt: mi. OhhIIii- 
ph>r), Ibe chief TUIage In that Taller. About 811. to the N.W., In Ifae Vol 
d' Rottv are the rre.iaenled c ha) Tbeata baths of AgMI (lOOQft.). — Beiond 
Male we pass Diman (lefli to tfodsnna i< CampM'i, see be low) and tlaioaa 
(rigbl) lo (XT X.) /Wh (iim ft.; Zanella, Lbdub), at Ihe anlnnca lo Iha 
Kai dt Frja, B H. np wMidi are ihe ftainenled balhs of ft/e (1>30 ft.]. A 
plcluro»toc rond ieadsAmn Foclae oier IbeTenalePaii (»180ft.}ID (SSM.) , 
/■onlg M ^.rin>D(lllOft., BBLTonale), io the Pa[ (7s/nc»>r<i, ivalered bv thi ' 
Oelia[Dvcribe(7uF<'BRisita9DiMaCii/(i'>na, see p. If. 8J ami to (WH.) ^doA 
('I'JOan.; Lexnd-OriDilbeBeelhrODghtheValCanioDicalo Jko and llrofia, 1 
or over Ihe J-aua tCApntato SIM.) TramAi{p.llOl,meBatitrItrr'iEailaHi9 
Atpi or tfarllmit Half. ■ 

Fbom Sin Xicnai.i to Kaoomi di Cupiolio, 38>/i H., diUeenca !■ I 
■nmnioi daily in S bre. ao X. 3UA.]. Thro'igh the lallriT of ths Noce tS 1 
(lAH.) Clat ClnncliuD of the Vandal dtllcancB, u. IG.i) and (25 H.) Mc" - ' 

{ii'liM.) Dinian, Fee aboTC, The road 10 Cunpiglio dlTercet ber< I. 

left iii aneandJi the woiided Kiri J/IUtiit 10 the <i hrs.) pB» of Oampii Oorta 1 
ilufM (OlU) ri,>, whenee It AetooDda 10 the (!/■ hr.) bunlel of MalMaft " ' 
OampiiUo [\mO ft. I -Onmd Bttel ta Mjm, a larte Stit-clsss huoie, In 
oM ni..nrv-|..rr, |[. 1 8, boof.lSK.i ■/(«, ifoinaKd', pros, 9-iO £.i mrndb 

i\.'. r^oi ol Mmyit fipiMli (e^n.i CMllr UCBtdoA in t'/ihr. I Une flewi). I 
■Hieluiii nnd nusea, tw Bof't^tr't Eaittn Mf. The muit auraciiveii U 

' " "- -M (from Camplgllo 9 hrs,, piido U*. : frc_ . 

- - iVfUiXg ( V<a iM a«um>. see p. lUS, I 

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Ih* «•■■ ul ft tkt laywlM MriM W 4iM rt*« !• IMNT «wn« I* 
|» UA Cammm [tW>ft ). • MlpbartaM. UraiaMM W IUUm*. «ImH« 
*t «Ma 4hwI h Ac |t>Vt H I Am Mb in^ («U AiMi* dwi* N 
M Um i4(M| Mi* ar iwid ihi iM> >h« i MI wimim •ho nltef I* dTVi II.I 

M *• /rtb 41 ■■<■■ twMw »>ii»— (IIWml «( MM* dl MJ 
W — fi« 0VB, -Mr />«•«•; CWvmii. Iki ilTllat HM *w «ll* tef 

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» ML Krtiwdb, Oa • Hi u a* lt« •(«r (U KJ frflMii* 
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«M>ib •rt* a iM»t Mtamit tMMT/ {llr'« l.«i4«l. 

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*4»*KiT -^ ■■-• '-— <■ 'A^i.fL 

2S M. Xiuiuo (lao ft. 

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t by tbfl Da PtmU ramllr 
I, aCteitb«lr DUivcpl&ee. 1 

18 pictum by Jc 

anil m.jru ^i.nvrTii,.nt r. .„,,.. I,..i I li- .111 *'m.«¥OW» l.nd from IbD iCattftlftltJ 

10 U.iii|.i!:ll» u"'Mi|'. r ir.U; u..„... in 9 Urs.). - Tliecoad crouu tbe 

Adiga aniJ, El.iHlini iJi.^ f.irliiic.J ^lll^ky UUI of Sou Temln. rtucbes lU 

put tbc piclurejaue Coilrl TMiii6 tu (13Vi H.] fforiAi (SUO tt.i Inn), 
wbera 11 rnid to (11 H.J Ara (t>, 101) divorgei ta lbs loft. HerB we eroas 
Iba Sarca anri ucdnd (be {mpoiing rsyiiie of tb&l river In lonE curvu to 
(18 ■.] ConiaBff (lHiOft.|, > aulphur-bub freqocnled by Italiuis, wheoM 
-~e sgAln descend to ibc |l>iV< u.) Pbhi, dilfc Jrcti (witb Snnlrii abo<« It 

Ici Ihe rigbt) iiod priecod througb llie plcluteaui 
Tioo»{185)= ■-• -■-• 

-- OacaJIH Bliuiei! Puna), tlu elilcf ifllags in OinMcarla. Tbs 

VII SiKB bere become broad and tortili. uid lumlng ta the H., Is known 
u (be Vulh ili Revlaia. Fiu>iiiB numeroul villaeu, we reuh (38 U.) 
FinielD F].35n.i 'mt. JN'nioli..- Carimai. the itaning - point for the in- 
lereiUeg tleil to tbe •fal H Onrpta, or blgbeit part of Ihe Val Barca (Is 
AMdIi B, itimilrotiNiUU 71/ibn.). Hence tbe road ucende to tbe E., wItb 
b.'AatKul yiewe nf Ibe Uienta Bod AdBmello Alpi, vii Ban Anlmm di Uaiiig- 
nola lu [40 U.] Hadcnna dt OmipisKo (p. 1111). 

39 U. MatlareUo. On s Iilll to tlie leR near (41 M.] CaUiano 
[iaeB Ihe large chateau of Betaio (1430 ft.}, the property or Cnnnt 
Trapp. The lower valley of the Adige, tloh In fruit, and yielding 
excellent red wino, U called Val I.agatiaa. 

19 M, Soversto ("Qraad Hotel; HM. Balmoral: Olivo), a busy 
town with 10,300 inhab., an both Eldea of the Lmo, Is noted for I(b 
»ilk-culturti. The olACaitelto is inlercstliig. Steam -tram way to (1 M.) 
Sacco, with « large tobicco factory (1600 hamU), 

On the right hank of Che Adlge ia liera, With vlneyardt, vilUa, 
and awntcrfalt. To the left, near tiaana, it a castle in which 
nouta resided in 1302, when banished from Florence. — M'/, M. 
Vori (570 tu; BaUvay Hotel) Is the junction for Area and Ri<:a 
(eee p. IBl). 

Near {ffi, M.) Jlfareo ate Ihe Slavini di Mareo, probably de- 

cos tted liy a glacier in the ioe-sge, hut aocmding to some the re- 

■■bu of ■ vast laniUlip, which overwhelmed a town in U83, and 

[ l8 described liy Banle {Infmts lil, 4-9), At (SB'/s M.] SeM-oooffe, 
^ the ancient fqit guarding the defile, the fsUey contracts. 
' 59 M. Ala (il5 ft.; Corona; RaiL Rtilawaiti), k conGiderible 

5ljce{4900iDhsb.), where luggngeifl examined. — 61'/iM. Acjo, wiiii 
B pictnre^iiue chMCBll of Count Oistelb&ico, the last Austrian Btalii>ri, 
157 M. Peri (410 ft.] is the flist Italian station. The -salley of tlu' 
Adige is separated on the W, from the Lago di Gatds by the riil^-r. 
dI Monte Biitdo (p. 105). On a height to Ihe right lies Bii-oH, sto'iii 
ed sevorol times by the Frenoh in 1796 and 1797 under MaBs.;r, 
ifterwardB 'Due de BivoU'. 73 M. CcToino. Tlie train now em. 
the celebrated Chitisa di Verana, a rociy gorge at the entrante i.f 
I ithlEli ill the foidfloation of Imanale. 78 M. Dornegtiarat 
I Petcaitlina! 65 M. PoTona. The train crosses the Adige. 
t 89 M. Verona, see Baedeker i Nortliem Italy. 

I 21. From STori to Siva. Lago di Garda. 

I Co"ip. Hap. p. 160. 

I ifi'/v U. LutiL R.1I.WAT Id i'li lir. (f&res 1st cl. B K., iri cl. t i 

I a-TBtusB on tlie Lago di Oarda, >eb p. 166. 
I Mori, see p. 163. — The rsllwsy crosses the Adlge to 
I Mori-Borgala, the statiaa for (he long and straggling vlllaga 01 
1 (Alb. Mori). It then tnTersee tbe brosd green r^ny to (44 
I Lopflo^ paBses the pretty lago rfi Loppio (730 ft.) with Its 1 
I Islands, and iscands in wiadings autid rocky debris to the sniD: 
I (he pass (816 ft.3. At (8 M,) Nago (705 ft.), a village sltoati 
I the hrink of a ravine, with the ruins of the castle of PeneieM 
I it, (he old road to Riva viS (3 M.) TorboU (•H6tel Gaidasee) dlil 
I to the left. The line descends to the right along the hUl-l 
I affording fine *Tiews of Ihe Lago dl Qnrda and the Sarca vsller. ' 
I 12'/! M. AtoD. - Botala. -RnRHiDs, -KuBOAeiKo, 'HtlTEt Ouvo. 

I 'B^TEi. SlitiiHBEK, aU in tbe KutFlaUj Bellstde, neiir tbe rail. atalloB; 
I •Bt\'T.'ViaToui,'jt1l. (rom ibe KDr-Flbti; ■BSt. Olivehheih, in tn elavalal 

8^Ilinfi, niLli on« viaw: AuariiiA, Kur-PruDienhitfi ^ Cobuha. viHU gardiiu: 
At. HoDBU, al IbesUtlon. — Paniioni. Billai-ia (»B]laiiualed), «a<>a»«-, 

I Area (300 ft), an ancient town (250O inhab.) with a handsome 
i domed church, in a sheltered aituallon, Is a favourite winter-resoit 
I 'for conBumpti»e and nervous patients. To the N,, on a preclpt 
I rock (390 ft.), rises the Cattls of Arco, destroyed by the fVen^ 
I the Spanish War of Succession, with garden and flue view (fee}. 4 
I The railway now runs through the broad and fertile valle^ 
P tJieSarCB, via(13VaM.)a " 

I i5Vs M, BlTd. - Hetsli. •P.t.BT-HoiKL LlPO, with a gBrden oo 

I Ibe Inks, R. 3-77,, pxni. i-U K.\ Istpebmi. Qutbl Bole d'Oho. wUli a 

- .V. ._... ,. n . -o ^^ •H0T>U.-P«NSlO» DH 1.AO, '/, M, 

jge gafden and bBtb-bouBa, p "> 
, a. 3-3, iieo. T-S JT.i nfn.-, 
1 Rita, B. as, pcnj. &H cj 

ei^reao Tt 

adplt ttiM 


,o, V» M, 


GABDONE. ^^^^^^ 

the Bnest point on the E. h&nk. The village of Ouda (B6t. Oarda), 
Id a bsy at tbe laQu: of the Trgino,haB a r:hBteauDrCouTjtAlbeKiTt(. 

The neit pUces on the E. bank are Bardoliao and Latist. The 
Btesmer fliisll; stops at the Email fuTtreE« of FeiohierEi, at the effiui 
of tlie Miacio, at the S.E. angle of the lake, '/a M. from the ratl- 
Way'Btation [Sail. Eatauront, poor; omiiibuB 50 c,]. 

To the TV. of Peanhicii, eitending into the lake ftoiu the S. 
haiik, la the narrow promontory of Strmione , 2i/j M. in length. At 
the S.W. 9,ngle of the Lake of Gatda, to the W. of this peninsula, 
flea the bney litUe town (4600 iiihab.) of DeBeniana lUaytr't HSUl 
Saiial; Due Calomhe^ with a amill garden on the lake, well apokeo 
t>Qi another station on the Milan aud Terona lailwa; (see Baeddui'l 
jr. llalfi! omnlbuB from the quay to the station 50c., luggage 25 «.), 

W. Bane. The £tEt etation, to the X. of Desenzano, ie BJimionB 
(BBUlBirmloni: Promeni SpOBi), a flshing tillage near the ti. end 
of the peninsula. Here the remalna of baths and of a hnilding pn>- 
jecting into the water sie said to lopresent the villa tn whirh the 
poet Catullos composed his poems ('Sirmio, peninnilarum jniula- 
rumfue oeetUI'}, The Scaligers, who mied at Veiona from 1262 to 
1389, also built a castle here (line view ftom the tower ; fee). Farther 
on, ou the W. hank, are the sUlions of Manerba and San Ftliae dl 
Scavola (not always touched at hy the st^amhoat], OppoFltethe above- 
mentioned promontoty of Sail Yigiiio Ue the Email iaoJa ifi Sun Biagio 
(St. BliEius) and the beautiful c res cent-shaped Itala di Ourda, ot 
hola Lredii, the property of Prince Borgheae. In a bsy b) the W. lies 
8alb CnotelSalbj, with 5O0O iiihab,, in a luiurianUy fertile distHut 
Charming prospect from the Aftc. Ban Bartoltimeo (iB%CL; I'/alirO- 

At thia point begins the Riviera, a pact of the banks distic- 
guished for lis warm climate and tho luxuriance of il4 vegetation, 
and dotted with numeioiis lillagea and country-hoaEea. Onrdone- 
Bivieta (^Hdtel-Ptniion Qardonc-RIviera, tlosed In summer ; HSL- 
Peni. Fatano, H5t. Qigola, both in Fmano, 1 M. to the E. ; Pent 
Villa Primaoera, HSberliii, Atirora, etc.), in a sunny and sbelterod 
rituation, at the foot of the IiUIb and close to the lake, is a favooiite 
ftntumD ajid winter resort of patients snlFering from pulmonary and 
nervous afTentions. On a promontory formed by tbe aUutial deposits 
of the Ti/stoCano lice Madtma, vrith an ancient chnrtb, at the base 
oi the MonU Pktocoio. Tbeai'oscolano,CeciTiit,tDii Bogliaco. Next, 
Gargnano (Ctmo), a large vlUsge (llUinliab.) sunouuded by lemon 
"id orange plantations. 

The liiviera ends here. The mountains becomv loftier. Tremc- 
le, hardly visible, lies high above the lake ; the path to It, aseeod- 
lug a precipitous rock, is not easily distinguished. Farther on, in a 
ppear the white houses of Ximonc, amid Ictaon ftnd olive plaut- 
.■tions. We neit pass the mouth of the Ltdro ValUy, with tha FitU 
of the Ponalt (see p. 16G}, and the new road (j>. 1li5) on tb* fiuB^ 
[«f the cllIF high above the lake, and at length reach Itiva. ^^1 

r 1 

^^k 23. PromFranzeiiBfeBte to Yillach. Pustertal. ^H 

ax. 50, laX. 10, I2E &IA 

bG&uli<\il eicunlo'ns. ' 

JVoHMM/'Hle (2450 ft.), see p. 14G. The train passes through 
the fortificatlonB and crosses tbe Eisak by an iron brld|;e, '260 ft above 
the impeiDOUE torrent in. the gorge beneulb, At (3 H.) Schait the 
line piu9eG thioiigb (he witetglied between tbe Eieak and Bitru by 
iDenns of long cuttings, and turns to the left into tbe PuBteital. On 
tbe right la the consplcnoua oasUe of Rodauck. — 6 M, KUilbaol) 
(^540 fL ; 'Sr^rme; Linile), in a sbelteied Eituation at the mouth ol 
the VabtT-Tal, la frequented as a summer-reson. Beyond MQIil- 
faanh the trnln enters n narrow ravine called Oiu Mvhlbachtr Klause, 
once defended by fortl 11 cations, which were destroyed by tbe French 
m 1809. Beyond it tbe valley eipaiida. — 10 M. Vinll, near th(, 
illlage of Nitder- Vinit [Post), at the month of the Pfundtn-Tal. 

The train ctosses tbe Rlem. 111/j M. SI. Sigmund. — Utf., 
Elinnliurg, wllb a chateau of Count ItDulgl. Several deep cuttingh- 
Near (IS M.) St. Lortiwm (Hose ; Post) the train crosses the Oaitr, 
descending from tbo Enneberg v&lley (see below). To the left" 
the dilnplHated monastery of Sonnenburg ; on a rock to the right, thftj 
ruined Mtchatlaburg. 

Tbe Baii«h*rg ar Otitt Til, about S7 H. in leDglli, ii cblBar 
esUng oa accDunt of the dolomiica at iu opper end. Tbe language spokea 
is -Ladln' tp. 117), bnl German la nniverasllj unrlePBtood, The road CiiiU- 

ibe profoand and romutlc gorge or Lhe Oader to (1 bcs.) KuifcimiHiHir 
or Lo~gh-'ga Odd), at tbe Junciion of Ibe Vijil-7al. In tbe Jailer. 1 br. fanhei 
up, lies II. VlfU (3U0 (t.i Ua. MoBle B.Uo: PoU: AVim.), frequenled u 
a amnnier-riHaFt, at the foot of the Kmnpialt Ip. 1<8). For eipcdmou 
and pawu to Iho Vil Ampcizo, Prsgi, etc., sen Bardeker'i Eaitrra Alpi. 

Al EwlKhenwaiscr the road croBSei Iha Tlgllbach {lo the B.W., Ibd 
PtUUrWrt, 8U0 ft.l. Bid leadi vii (1 hr.) tfrnl-ia to (3hn.] ftdroUeJUf, 
Dppnalte Si. I^nliart at AtlH (Ladln RaiHai 1510 [t.; Crafronaral, at th« 
foot or the BrmgtrtuiteM (UOO n.). Befoio (1 br.) SUrt the valley rorks. 
Id tbeS.R. bnudi Ilea (9 h».} SI. Cnuiaa (fioeo ft.: !nn|, where foaillt 
abound. The road rollowe the B.W. branch, linally eroaring tbe «'«-rm- 
BarA DC Or-M^cft lo aV> hr.) Coi'aaro (5110 It., iim), a flnelj altnated »il- 
lage. AboDt'/ihr. rartborup, lo thaW., I« Ca(^HU (MOOftj Inn), (he moU 

tneiivB (see p. U?). 

20 M. Biimeck (2670 ft.-, *H6t. Tiroi; *FaH; 'HSt. Bmneek, 
the itadon; Stem), the cMef pUce In the W. Pustertal, with 
inhab-, chainiingly situated at the mouth of the Taufera* ■ 
la much teqaented In summer. The Church, destroyed by iJ 



e mWi tlii rebuilt In tlie Tlnmaueeqiie style. pDntatiiB IV^ooee 
inilei and ultu^pieneE bf BcUwbebi. Hit foil 
trpl [3295 ft.; >/; In.) commuidB h fine p 

~ " I (Tiflft ft.; 4 Im ,. 

....,._ , , K lielnw) Tii « . 

m Hq) (tell) DomniuidB s iqiimilid vinr nl {he £IUnU] p 
n, IbB Iwlinut— — 

I 'Sic Tauflnr-Tal t4& SI. 

a »i.Ieoflidli wondea 

I ffonliBaIl.'WildgiiIl.Ei:lineBLieeliadi:),irluolieiiclaae 

nvti, >iid puma tliroiigliBtaiiiiel,oppDBhetbe ZonqToeb 
I F-ercha it Tuaoaset the ga-eani, the left buiik ul wMi'.b it faO 

s of cimingB anit ^adocts. Beyond C 
I M>n)> {atSVsM.) mmns (3380 ft.], ^ ' 
I iergm-Tal [tseeiA of iLe Eroiifilatt, int abuve). Ojipuaite, li 
J «illi£e Iff JiEuiMB, opens tLe, M the bead of "^idi "d 
I anow-dad Ripjigr- Frailer appear (see ftbave). — it2 U. Wellbwr 
I (3ii^ ft.; liFiuw,' Ximin,- IfoK} is pleaGinUy Eituued at tbe hiduiIj 
I Bftbe Baei-Tid. T« theN. rise the casdee nf Wclainn did TViun.- 
I Id ^e S... opposite tbp station, ore tbe biths oS Waidbrarm. 

"" -- — - - 1 (3800n.;«a:hiPar:et JiBit; Jtoil; SWra). i 
I Bal^b Tilltee iu ■ brnid ^een 'v^ej, mnoli resoned to in smninei 
■■'= B. tn the W. of Kiederfiorf Ibo si ' ~ 

ns ID Die : 
k ht), 

■, iK 

, f »lt-Pr«g« (IBSe (1 

I <lrr>d( UDHt OD Oie B. An I 
■ -■- -»fBBtDft.4B 
I BUQl uDsnded in 9 t 
[ if ITC}. — Prnm Uie 

t flrntirrh tiie trMD oroanet the Kienr. foi Oie last Qob, ntflf 

I rencliBi tLc rntloBfcfr ^■«W [ElSFi'ifi.l, tin- v.iiti>rsli.iini('l 
~"* Hid aie I>r««r and tbt Li^i 
'.[ "IJwion, * O a i i ii tmia, * J. ■ 

■ toe villsfe of TubL.i.L 

^ to raiaeH. UERZ. ?S. fioWe. loH 

interestiiie). The 7rii Amptxxo opens here to lie 8. (R. M), snr- 
runiided by jagged dolomiles, with the CiisuDlnain the hackgroDiid. 
Tlie tmin now descends, paeeinB the liiEigiiiflrsnt source of the 
litane ea the right, to (41 M.) Inpichen (3865 K; Bar; Stern; 
AilIfr,'iVni.5axMii(i,[da,)'J, ftDothersain]ner-iBEort,pietIilr 
situated at the mnnth or the Saten-Tal. Tbe Bonunecque CoUegiatf 
Chureh (13th cent.) hks an Interesting portal The IliFt chapel to tbs 
left on eoteriiig the lUUge is a 17th cent. Imitation of llje chapel of' 
the Holy Sepnlehie il Jerusalem and served as a iDodel ft 
bnrUl-cbapelofEmp.FriideTicklll. at Potsdam. To tiie E, rises tin 
Utim (79^5 ft.; bridle-pnlh in i Ins.); One tie » from the top (inn), 

llic SeiUnbsch. In ihe woodt above tbe main road, 3 It. Iroia iBDieheB, 
is Dm iaucAir Wtldiad. Id 1V> br. He reKb Stibm or SI. Vdt (laaOA.; 

In the W. hnuitb liu IV. ir.) Bml Jfcei (4455 ft'; ioo], n-benii! a mom 
attntcliTc walk sa; be laken lo the (■/■ br.) ■r^ndwfaiDtodni, eomniaadiiiB 
a rul>-iirtld view ot tbe HcdscbBiierapiUe, Bkcbenupitae, Zwaifer, BlTer, ■ 
and oilier dolomilea al tbe bead of the 'aUe;. J 

Beyond Innichen the Hue follows the dglit bank of the DiaTC^,V 
pa9fdjie(46M.)thebtthe<>tH'«iiE»>6runn,id(iSM.]8illiui (36(10 fL; ■ 
AdUr). To the N., at the month of tbe ViUgmtten^Tol, stands the I 
caslle ut Btimfili. Lejond thv slationB of AbfaUtnhark, MUlcycald, 
and TUal thk train entere the Liaacr Klavtt, a defile 9 M. long, 
cucrestfuUf defended in IS09 by tlie TyroleBe. 

64'/) U. liaSE (3-210 fL; *Foft; Boa; Adler; Travlt; Saime; 
Lammi 'Bail. iiMlauranl, 11. 2 A'. 40 k.), the Bastemmust triwu is 
Tyru], wlib 43D0inhab., liec in a wide rslley near Ihe conllaence 
of the Diave and the lid, s livet Ihiee timec ai large. SeMoti 
lirack, 1 U. to tbe H.W. (now an Inn], and the (1 H.) BehUlttUmd 
(EbooliDe-ruiee] both oommind he«TitlfQl tie-ns. ■ 

From Lieni lu tbe JhUbI, ID Salt, and to the mailat (BeiliecDblati J 
puau lo tbe Kuieta). lee Jlii«ltiR--i XaiUni Alp: 1 

69 H. DSUanh (Putxenbacber). Between (731/: M.) Jfjfeobdof/I 
and (77';b M.) Ober-DTatiI.vTg (5000 a; Stem) we rross the UroTB 1 
and the boundii; or Carinthia. — 85 M. DeUath; SeVj M. Grtiftn- 
(.wsClMWft.; Post); 9lV!iW. KUljliKh-Lind. — lOS'/sM. M61U 
IrUcken-S'iclatnburp (ISlO ft. ; FleiacLhacker; TsscUer), at t^ 
mouth of Ihe MoUtal. The train noir croesea the Moll and traieraes 
Ike fertile plain of the tjumfUd. — 107 H. Und'.rf; on the right ■ 
mMM the mined OrfcTiburB. 

F lOBVjM. Bpittkl (1770ft;MUc AiUj ErII, at Ihe sUtlon), ft 

Hinge TiUafte on Ihe Liatr, hag t handsome rhiteaa of Prince PotHk. M 

It A poM-tiiad lead! benee lo the W. ots tbe BaaiuauT Taucn In ita4>a 

■(■di ittaap. p. IBl). — A pleaiuil eicunlDn du; t>e made tliruuEb Ihiafl 

Man-nUBMSILIKaiatattt-JIiir^alUr; AH-riUa. ric.l. *<>b lake-hai^ 1 

prettily (itaaisd ub the MUMdlitr tUi [1000 ft.J, od whieb a •leanbuai ptitd, M 

The Iritn cTOUei tbe LleEei. On tlie oppcriUe bank of the Vrttr 
fmgdilett SrhvMacK — 112 M. Botmturm, -mlih a «hiteau: 11911 
i>-AiMr>Ii,-l'i7U. Ciunmem— 131H.Tillub,>eep.l9f 


, From Toblach to Bellnno. Tal Ampezzo. * 

Gomp. Map, p. ISS. 
A. P.^BT-OmiTBiiB from Ihe !re«fat* atalion lo (IB'/i M.) Cortina 
-■■■ '- ■' - "K. roStocA »Dd Ibo 

lermimia Id Bummer AaX\Y (iame faro). - 
robloch Id CsrUni It [tliereud bKk IE 
mlgbt 23 nod WK. — Diliueitce tso. 

11'/, I 

, Adlgs, 

s Alpi of a, TttoI, e 

line doil; to Sinw 

limetlone fotiniitloD), Is gteatlj fnciliuted bi the Pustectsl railwar. 

Blriedf Bpuklng. tbc term DaiomU belopge ID Ihe Fuss Hia., i1]b LiDg- 

kofe], BosBDgBrieD, nod Scblei-D, bat does not sppl; to Ibe Oistallo, Hiii 

I fiii[Bl. Tofiiiia, Boiapia, Auleloo, Fclmo, and other peaks of Ibe Arapeiio 

I ilmulone Alpg; but as tbese mountoJUB Ire widely known u the 'AmpeiiD 

I Solomilei-, the papular noneDcUturc Is adliGred to in the Handbook, 

The Ahfbz^eq Road (oiled by the ItalUns 'Strtds d'AUemagnn') 
qniti tlie f nstertal at the Tohlacfi st»tiDii [3965 rt.; p. 168), leads 
due S, into tlie RaUcriMeiaiT Tul, watered by the Hient, and paeseB 
the small, dark Tollacher Ste (4180 ft. ; hotel}. The TnUey snon 
contnicls. Totherig]itilBetheJ«ggedapuraotthBl>iitT<ns(efn(p.ie8>, 
while the (»lley to the S. is ciosed by the Mle. Flan (see below). 
I Above the Kiaus-BrrKlce (431Q fl.} the Elaa lasni^a from its sub- 

ten»nesn ohinnel. Near Landro the mad passes a f irt. 
I 8^4 M. Landro, Get. HBhlenillbt (1616 ft.; •Hfitri Baur, E. 4-7, 

pens. 8-13 K.). a pleBsa,nt Buuimer-iesoit. At the head of the valley 
of Ihe Sehwane Riem, which opens here to the left, rise the lofty 
and glisleiilng Dni Zmnen (Cimt dt Lavarcdo; 9860 It.'). A few 
pares fattliec on is the lifht-gieen Dvncnate, dominated to the 6. by 
the huge Monit CrUtallo (10,495 ft.), with Ms glaclei, and its nelgh- 
boiirs, the Pii Popenn (10,310 (t.) and the Criitntaao [9140 ft), 
presenting a most striking plctute. 

8I/2M. SohlndBrb»oli(4r30ft.; 'lUtcl Ploner, pens. 8-10 ff.J, 
beautirully situated, opposite the mouth of the Val Poptna, To the 
left are Ihe Cadinl (9320 ft.], and to the right rises the Imposing 
red pyramid of the Croda Eosaa, or Hohe Gaiil [10,330 ft). 

Tbe "Hiiiits Plan (T6B0 fl.) mtj be ascended from Schlndcrbaeh wllh,.nl 
difficulty in 3 bri.-, pnide nseless. We aiiend tb« m Fopm, 

n wbid 

and tail 

, , _ Brthe/\'o(M78n] to the (ti/ihi . 

>ui.:iuiv The bigliesl point is on Ibe W. margin (rBruea-bul), coiamanUisg 
a beauUFul liew. — From Scbluderbach to Ibe Logo IHmriaa andvlA Tri 
Crsti lo Cerlina, see p. 171 ; lia Ihe Flilmiuii loJ'ragi, aes p. 1S8, 

Tlie road asrenda, sklitlng the hue of the Croda Kossa (see 
sbuve), and on the Gemark rcachea tbe low witJMshed [5000 tt.) 
between tbe Riem and the iioite, 12Va M. OipHaU (483,i ft,; ion), 
fotmerly a hospice, lies opposite the entranire (0 the Val QraaiU. The 
road p»BseB tbe PaileUUin (4945 fL), to the left, a rnoh formeily 
ciDwued with the ruins of » castle, wblob were (emoved in 1^"" 
t and winds down Into the Amptnto Vality, watered by tbe BoiU 

Cartma /rAmpajo {4026 ft.}, with 800 iTihab., finely sitnated at 
the toot of Monte Tofnni [10,600 ft.) ind well adapted foi i sUy, 
it the c»pi[al of ihe valley. T^e Cftiireft eontaine a tl^li allar, wood- 
carvings by BrBStolone, etc. Tbc gallery of Ibe Campanilt (260 
In height) oouimanrtB an admirable "Survey of the etiTtmns. 

{SOro ft.), 

The 'HuiBlau (rlS 

roDkT h 

e (1 b: 
i tbe'lo'p), i 

a. Plan S hfs.), a very atlraclive route. eapeEiaUy for IraTeiieM apprOMli- 
Z Cortloa If ilie lileliroad (guide unncceasary; ooi^-borae carriaes iSi/i, 
o-borie W K.}. A narrow ruaA, to tbc S., aactmiB 10 (ha (2 hrO P'ho 
B Oreel CGBBO ft-i ifoul}, «'bjch eoiEmaDdi a r eaailful liew of itaa Val 
■ ■' ■" ■- ilnated bj Ihe f ■ . .. _ . 




£8lfo <<' JUtifX (8 M. long), wbich raneeH the b\.,^ 
, , .. From Caiirlla over UiB Ftdoya Faa, tea 

p. iDi^ >u Agoria and fflluna, »e ji. 111. 

The ruid neit reaches Zatl and (3 M.) Acijvahuom, the Ia«t 
Tyrolcie tillage, croises the (i'/j M.) Italian frontier, and descends 
rapidly to (!'/: H.) Chiapuaa, Ihe flret Italian hamlet, Between 
f2li'/B M.) Sau Vllo (Albergo all' AnWIso) and (28I/2 M.) Sorea 
f'PaJace Hoiel dea DolomilBa, R. from 4Va, D. !) fr.) it rune high 
e the Boite on the elopes of the Anlelao (10,TfO ft.). To the 
(W.) towers (he «onttlVmo (10,396 a), a colossal rock forming J 
noEt conepicuous festme in Ihe landscape. '^m 

331/1 M.TenBB (2895 rt.;^».Soryhcl|o),helaw which theVallejifMll 
lies with the Bolle. Then Ci'/sM.) VaUi, finely eituated oppostt*^ 
die mouth of the Vnl aiiiana, (It/, M.) Tal di Gidore (Alb. al Cidow' 
Alb, yeiie>;iB).aiid(l M.) — 

361/° M. pieve di Cadoi« (2906 fl.^ Pragrmo; Angela; SoltM 
bMUtifnlly (lluated on the hillside high aboTo the Ftnve. In if^flT 
^Onie sUtne of Tili'in (Tizlano VereUI, b. at Piete 1477 ; d. 16T6]| 
^B (real painlet, by Dal Zotto, was erected in the Piazza, 

f Bdiool coiltsinE ■ Email Mueaim af nstuial Mslory objeots, coiiw, 
antiquilieE, »nd Titiim's paient of nobility (1533). The ('/< 
Chapel of San Roreo commaiids i fine view. 

The lond roundB Mu, Zucco [3930 ft.], uid deseendii {□ ninJ- 
IngB, being hewn in the rock and supported by iDftsoni! at plAces , 
to the lalley of the FiaM, into which the Boite here fsllE. 

44 M. PeiftMlo (1750 fl.; 'Corona dOro, can. uid pair to Tit- 
<{iiio!26fr.]. The Piaveiunsfor mmy miles tbrougb ii nariow laij 
In which there is baiely space foe the road. To the right, neu (ifli 
OipUate, Ii a Bue waterf^; oppoGlte the hamlet of Termfne, on 
left bank. Is a aetoiid faU. D21/9 H. Cattel Lavcaio. 

I &i'/aM. Longatone (1560ft. ; Potla; Bomo), charmingly aitartad 

I .At tfae jDncllon of the Mui, which Issues from the Vol di Zoldo, with 

ttke I<i>ve. 

r The valley now eipauda, without at flrst losing lis wild character. 
&7ViM.fbrIo^na. GlVaM.FontenellBAlpiorGi)iofl^mt((_1275ft.; 
CampantM ; Slilla). The road divides here, the left branch leading 
to Vlttorio, the right ' " "' 


»!/.»,) CI 

™CI2BJfl.;aVt M. long) 
la Cr«a. the road llien > 


i. (12 a.) fi, 

or Cauda, Thesi 

placEi logBtber rarm the (owa 0! TitUrii 

the stalion. wilh eBrdeni •Oiraffa, in tha lowo). — RiiLWir from Yiltorio 

(D KBifcs via Cmtgllmo, in 3Vt bra., ibb flnafehr'i *iirt»<™ yioij. 

Tha Bhllubo Boao (omn. dally from Longarone) leadB to Die 
right fmm PonlB nolle Alpl to (Q M.) -^ 

eeVa M. Bennno (1383 ft.; HSt. ilei Alpa, new the sUtioni 
CapptUo), the capitii] of a province, with D200 inbah., sitnatod on 
a hill between tbe Ardo and the Fiave, which here unite, llie 
GithedTal, built by TuUlo I^mbatdo, was partly destroyed hy an 
earthquake In 1873, but Laa been roslored. The massive I'ampanlle, 
216 ft. high, commands a beautiful vlow. The triumphal atch out- 
eido the W. gate, completed in 1815, and dedicated to the Emp. 
Francis, was, like that at Milan, begun In honour of Napoleon L 

Fbum Belloho to nAFRibE, sl'/i' »■ The carrlaeE-iaad loada tbrogeli 
IhB pictnnsqut Cirdoob VaOtt ( ral d-Jgerdo) rU (i^i H.) Jfai, (la V.) 
Asoks (Aa. Bill jVfnMri), Ibe cliarmtuBly illoatcd caplGtl at tbe valley, 
ind IB a.) Oattiriglni and Ibencc along Oxtotenj Late it AUes^ la(9H.) 
<. 171). •thtnca lo CamplUOQ Id Ihs Val Faua aver the FidiUa l-au, 
iHAmlrai and Ihe Falutrige /OH. see p. 171. The 
lb tjuraeTofi! valley, above Gapiile, ia ca" "^ """' "-'---■ — - - ' 
T dclalls, Ilea JlaeMxr't Bailtm Alpi, 
Beu.uBo TO Vkkios rii Fiu.iiui, 73 K., 1 
JftrHum Itait. 

'^""fii * 



■ii. From Vienns to Oiati 

Ualnfani. Jterk<ngleiD,m. — FroDiHeuslwlltaAipaDi 

'& Frum MuTUDgchUg lo Maiiazelt and Brack on tht 
FtDB BamleiB lo MBriOidl »ia FteiD, 171 ~ Eicni 
fcum Huiuell: EiIoTaec, Luaing FaJL Fiom 1U> 
10 Gaming-, to at. Polwn-, lo Grois-Hd fling, IIB.*— 
Wegscheid 10 Welcheelboden over iho Eiateorleeel. 
Bchwali, 180. - Bt. Ilgea, 181. 
Kroui Liiii to St, Michael vii Stayi 

PfOio Onili 10 KflBacb. ,. .. „„ .„ 

fiehwiBberg. The Schmmbei^ ilpi, 188, 199. 

From Gnu to Trieste 1 

l^rom Splelfsld lu LutlBnhsrg,ieo. — Bad BohiUFb, DonUi- 
hag. (lonobili. Bud NbuIiiui. From Cilti U Unler-Urlui- 
burg, Frsnt- Job eft-Bad, M. — From SleinbrOck lo Agriin, 
(latlichce, IW. — Ijolchallver Mlsei at Idria. Adrlaberi! 
UtoUo.lSa,— Lue(i Fnvald. Groinil'TlneBlludolpbanitm. 
Oioltoei of Et. Cunilu, 191. - Prom DlviCa lo I'ula, 191). 

'i9. From Marburg to Villath 1 

From Unlcr-Dnuborg to Zeltwci;. LaTaol-TuI, £)aen- 
tiKiipeli VKllacber D&d, vil tbe Sucberg toSrainburg, IW. 
- HobrWach, IBL 

30. From LaibicL to Villacli i 

VB\ie» wi lU eDilrniiBi Wocheln-, Tsrglou, 199. — Th« 
WKiaieDfdla Lakca, 9U). 

;-ll. From Brnek to VUlach and DdltiE f FtniceJ Q 

HULtrubtiE. 301. — From tiloBdart ID Kbweiirorl. UaiUal 
RDllway, %2. — Luaclurlberg, !!». 

m. Tiieeto ^ 

Hiranisr; Mugaia; Capodialria, elc. Fiopi Trieste lo Hfr- 
|.elje anii Pol., 3^?. 

33. From Trieste to VllUch. Uonio Vallay - 1 

A<)uilal*t Drado, 306. 

34. From St. PaWr lo Abbaiia and Flnmo 2 

Ejcuratona fron< Abbada. Moult Uaggioro, SIO 
^. From Trieste lo TuU and Tluiiic - 

24. From Vienna to Qrati. 

DH. SoDTHEBH KAiLwarintVi-Bbrl. (ftuealBX. flO, Ufl~. TO, SK-M, 
It 35 Jl-. GU, 13 A- lU. 13 A-. 60 *.]. Bett (lewa lo Lba Hgbl aa tar aa 
tiaeh, Iban 10 Uld lefl. — A Kllnapse at tbfl InleraalJng *S6inmtHng 
ly maj be oblalaed by itoEng aa fir aa MdrffVJir'Afdff, pud tetuTulug 



GLOGONITZ. t>4. Roule. 175 

in 1462 to commemotatB the reconciliation or FredBrip.t HI. and 
MattLcw Oorvinus of lluug&ry (1462) ; alio old aodieefl (the GloBpetB 
of 1335), «eapOD9, eto. (GuBUdi»ii on 1st floor; foe.} 

n-om Hiailadl U Otdtntmrv, Bitlnamangir, ind iloh/tc3, aee B. Tl. 

FBOHHEtMTiDTTOAapuo, 23 «., rikllm; in H/i hr. ([roiiL Vienna to 
Anping, W M., in 8 lirs.). The BlBlion li on tba B. die of Uie lown. 
B H. SMn-n^Blkeridor/: S X. PUlm, nltb a rained cutis; lO'/iV. Sn»»i. 
ilifn, comioanded b; a uoblc cbiluu of Prines LlecbUmateiii, containing 
a eullectlon of annour (fine ^len). — Zi X. Aapug (laOB R,; Aipangtr 
Scf; Leit±; ^dhr, etc.]. The mcAial (5T02 fl.; fi bra.) la & fine poinl of 
visvr. From Aipaag a road leads to tba W.. vli Fditrllr, to (8 H.) ElrelAirg 
on (he Wecbsel, where Ihare ii a grand italactlte groHo. Pleasant road 
tbroHKb wood, bf BMoh ^rnickba-}, a seat of tba Archbiebop of Vleana, 
to C7>/> K.) aicfiMtt (>«e belovij. — Illllgence from Agpang to Barlliirs, 
KB p. 892 (railway antler construction}. 

Fboh NauBTiDT TO Fdobbuui, SI H., rallwar In I'/i hr. The line 
IrarerHi the Stsbtfiki to the W., paMcs OVi U.} Fuekm, and CI «.) Wlnan- 
■lorf, and beTondnOi/tK.) Wa/>:'iilerf Qim H.) wIctniM to Ibc saddle of 
riS M.I QilMaili 0X1 ft.). Tbence it deacendi la (31 M.) AwUrrj (1910 ft. ; 
Rail, Reilanranti •UiJL GchDeeboTebaluii Adler), a nrellllT sltnatsd place 
at Ibe foot of the °BehnnbeT| (flSOB ft.}, wbicb mar la aacended br a raelc- 
aud-ptnlon rallvaT in IVi hr. (fares B or 1, retam 9 or 6 K,]. At the 
upper lerminui of tbe llns in Wiv-mai SoehicAoKbirttfOOOrt.i K. from I, 
D. fi, pens. 10 A'.), t'/i tir- below Ihtiumuiit rArofuriltin;, which eonmands 
Ik uafniSaent view. — For detaili, >ua ^asdttir'j Bailem Alpt. 

To tbe light bsyond Neiitttdt the Srimttbtrg U visible from the 
summit neatly to the base ; to the left, the Leitha Mts. 35'/2 H- 
SI. Efiyden; 39 U. Neunkirehtn (Hlrsch], a m an u facta ring place 
(10,800 liiliab.). Scenery picturesqiifl and yaried. 42M. Temitii 
431/; M. Potlnchaeh, with Bplnning mUla. 

47 M. OIOKBiiiti(1436ft. ; "Boumpdrtiwr; Adlr.r; Qrutur Bourn), 
a pretty little town (3000 inhab.} od the Sehn-ana, Itos at the liaso 
of the SeniBiering. Bchloit GloggitiU on a hill, a Benedictine abbey 
down to lB03,iB nowa privat* reBldenoe. On ahiU to the left (18/j hr. 
to the S.W.) i» the picturesque oaatle of Wartenstein. 

The 'Bemmering BaUwk;, which begina atGloggniti, the oldost 
of the great continental mountain-rail way a, constructed In 1848-54, 
is remirliablR alike for its engineering and Ita scenery. Between 
Gloggnilz and MQrziuschlag (3a M.) there are ib tunnels and 
16 ylidiicts. The maxlmiiiD gradient ii 1 :40. The conatructlnn of 
this part of the line coat upwards of 60,000t. per Engltah Djile. 

The train aaeenda with the aid of a mountain locomotive. 
ScbloJa Gloggnitz looka impoaing. In the valley Rowe the green 
SckiPona, by which is the large paper-factory of SchlSglmuU. Oa 
the left riacB the S<mnwcnd>tem with Ua three poaka ; to the W., 
Ill the bacbgiDDnd, the Racalp. The line then daacribea a wiile 
circuit round the 14. alope of the monntaio to (51 M.) Fayetbaoh 
(1512 (t.; Bail. RtBtauront, B. 3-1 A'.; Hot. Lchtrl; Hattl). 

the Saxa^, nee S«ililn''i EaiUrn 'Alp: 

Beyond Payerbach the train cfoisea the valley of Relcheiian by > 

|duct of thirteen archea, "iVi yda. long and 80 ft, high, and then 

~a (gradient 1 : 40) the S. slope of the valley. G6i/t M. Etch' 


^^^uct ( 


'osliorttuuuDla-, to tbBUft,BiJ 
' QlDggDiti now Ues IJ68 ft. below tbe I 

Tbe trniii next Bkirla the Oniicliakogel (^two tunneli). On a loeb;" 
pinoiit^le at (60 M.] Kitimm (2354 ft.; Deliiinget) rUes an cia 
tttstle o( Ptiiioe Liecbtenatein , once the koy of Styris, tiot now 
half deatroycd. Far below runs the old Sclnmeiing road, wilti 
several maim facto rip a sud tbe .wbite hounBd of Sthattviien iu a lav- 
tita. Beyond tlie seit tnnnel, ti piatureeque tettospect of the castle 
of Klamin, Farther on a flus view ia obtained of tbe deep Adliti- 
grahmvith its rooky sides lud pinnacles. The train tnver^eB a long 

IgallBiy, with apertures for ll^br, and a brldfe, ekirtJiig tbe Wein- 
utl, '■' "' " ■■ ■ ■ "'='" - - - 


' ultelwand, and reacbea (641/2 M.) BrelttniUin (2540 tt.\ 

I mote tunnels. We then cross the A'a[f«£mneby a -viaduct 200 

Iilong and 150 ft. Mgb, and ascend to tbe last large viaduct (166 yds. 

Tlong, 79 ft. bigb), which spans the Vntere Adlitmraben. 

j Aftet thice more tunnels the train atapa at (69 M.^ SsmmeciiiB 

IraaiOft.; mttt StefanW), reached in iy4-la/4br. from QlopgIl^t^. 

I On tbe roDkB to the right is a uieinorlal of Karl von Ghtga , the 

I conatruotor of the railway. About l/s M. lo tbe N. Is the *S6tr.l 

Ipanhani, and 3/, m, fattloT {(.mnlbus 80 fi.) is tbo large *h6t«l 

lenantrlng (3280 ft.) Id a flne situatiou. At the highest point of Oie 

lighioad (3216 ft.), V/iM. [0 the S. Of tba station, Is tbe /juIrI Sri- 

.htrtog Johann. — Ascent of ihe Sonnwenditeln (^96 ft. ; 2 lrE.| 

I Bncdektr'a Easttrn Alps. 

The lino SYOida a farther aatont Of 27H ft. by ineins of a tunnel, 
1565 yda. in leilgtb, which penetrates the Stmmertng, tbe lionudary 
between Austria and Styria, The middle of the tuiini^l is tlie 
catiiiiiiating point of the line [2940ft.), wbenne tbe train deseeiiJg 
into the grassy t\Siehnlti.~Tia. 76 M. SpitU (2£i20 ft.; mt 
SiummtT; Ilinck; Sehaan; Krone), a annimec-resort. 

BOM, XQrBiatchlag (2200 ft. ; Bail. Healawant, a.lKAl}'!.; 

"i1i»(, K. 2V3-4, peni. 7-12«r.; AdUr; hdt. IHtdtr; Sandwirl; 

Enhertag Joliann; BSt. Lambach, 1 M. from tlie station), on tb« 

Mirs, is a summer-resort (Kuibaus, Hydropatliit,etc.), with pleasant 

walks. In winter Buow-shoeing with Norwegian snow-eboBg ('skis') 

'" a faronrite paslimo here. To Net^efff and JlfurlnEaU, eee R. 2fi. 

The line foliowa tbe pleasant, pine-clad walley of tbo jViin, 

lIvDnad with iron-forges. 85 M. Ltrngenaang; 87 M. Krieglaoh 

(I9T0 tt.^ Hebenreitli; Jtfaurcr), another summer-resort; 90 M. Mil- 

tcrdvT f {i93't St.). To tbo right, at the mouth ot the ViUtMal, U 

tbe cfaaleau of Piehl, with Its lour towers, aud farther on, near 

(AI'/eM.) Wartbetff, tbe ruin of Liehtetiegg. The train Sweeps round 

the Warlbsrfikogil, Grossing the MlirE twice, anil roaches (93 M.) 

mnflherB(1880 ft.;WolA"«'r;WiPt,- Bait. Heitouronf, with loonii), 

ummer-cesorl, with the ehateau of Oltrkindiery (Count AttBUiB). 

M. Uarcln. 103 M. Kupfenbcrg (Unmsaiieri Uirsch), at ilr 

onlfanec to the Torllal, '/a M. from which lies tlie sboltetcd l!«. 

Slelnerhof. Nnrrow-g.iugo riilwiy from Kiptenberg to Au-SetKUltn, 
BCD p. IWJ. 

106 M. Brack on tba Har (15^6 ft. ; BnU. ReildUTant; H6lel 
Poll, at the iCntion; Lou'c; Adier} it a small tovn (BGOO Inhal).) 
at the coaSnenee of the Milri anil the Mar, witli s Qothic churck 
of the 15lh UEntary, In (ho principal squHro la tlie latB-Uothlc Korn- 
moKT'Eam, tlio old aucal reiidsRce (liallc In 14tl7>1506), with 
aruadoi and an open loggia. Tho Glerielle, to the E. ol the station, 
and the Caivurlenbsrg, on Cbe riglit l)Hiili of the Mnr, ira good points 
of view. On a rocky hill to the N. is tho inin of Landiftron, bnmaii 
down in 1792. — To £1. Michael and Lln%, lee R. 36 ; to MariatHl, 
see. It. 2D; to VUladi, see R. 31. 

Tiie train entora the narrow valley of the Hur. At (^11 3 M.] Per- 
negg (Lindo) U a largo chfiteaa at Mr. Llppitl, an Amerloan. Near 
(U4 M.] Mkcnili [Scbartnor] is an eitenaive ataUctitu eiKcrn, 
called tha DTacUtAithU, in the RotiUttm, IBOOft. above tho Tlllige. 
122 M. FralmUUtn; tha Tillage {Stadt Straeiliuig), with ftrgfis and 
a hydrDpithic, ties on the oppoaito bank. To the right Is SelUint 
Ntu-I'faanberg or Orafendorf, and on i hill to the left are tha 
ruins of tliu ciaClB of P/itwiftn^. T^he tbHctuot ItabeniUin tlitt 
on a ruck on the right bank. The valley rantracta to a narrow deflle, 
through which the line is carried along the Badelicand by a gallery 
of 3oMcheB (400 yds. long). At [127M.) Pesgau the SnhUckd fp. Ig8) 
is Bean to the left. Opposite, at tlie mouth of tho Uebelbaeh, Ilea 
DcuUeh-f'eiitrits, vMi load and zinc mines. 

The train now Ernnea tho Mur. 129 M. StUing, with a obateaa 
of i-rliiae PallTyi 133 M. Urattctin (i2% ft.), with a Urge paper- 
mill. — 131 M, Joaan(i(.rf (1246 ft.; 'KurhHItt Styriaf Wolf; 
MatetUUnn) is a fiTOurito eoinmer- resort with line woods, nu- 
mt^rouE villas, and a hydropathic establish men t. On a height to the 
fight lies Matla^lToiungel (1612 ft.), a graceful Gothic pilgrimage- 
rhnr.ih of 1355, with an npen towoc, Beyond (IM'/a M.) QMlng, 
ivith a clialnau of Count Atteins, tho train entera a fertile basin, 
where the isolated Schlosshoig of Grotz rises on tho left, with tho 
i-apital oraiyriaaUta baee. 

140 M. Ontx, tea's. ^^- 



': From Htirzznaclilag to Hariazell and Bruck on 
the Knr. 

fmni MdniiiSchlaB 10 fiVr M.) JCraSsri; in 91 inln.iles. — 
v.^-.»v. .^mKeiibergtoi(iiriii«lt(ieH.)lwi<iedail)lii;i/<Iira. (GA'. fiOA.I. 
Ono-tone riaunoii from Keubore lo Humleg 1, two-ho«s U/f.i two- 
bono ran. to Kanaicll infibm., 3 1-33 JT, — Ttom Mariatall In (31 }i,).^l.- 
°■-'-- '■ IIWJD* 4»ilr IflSDirmer in B his, (B IT. Bfl ft.); ftomAi 

-_- — .- »-. _',) Kapfyabtry, railway \- ' ^ - "' - ^-- ^-- ^--- ^ 
olo HariaiDll, tu p. 119; rroni SI. P^U 

BotwImui to (U K.) Kapfti^K^, railway In 1 1>r. Sfi mlnutDa. - 

-"-- lo HarlaiDll, tu p. Iv9; from iSI, P^lnt, viil lAtitn/Mi ' ' 

l| tn. -~ BfUway fros Ifaubar^ lo Kerohor uniier cc 



Miincuichlag, gee p. 1T6. the Neuberg line diierges liere to 
'file riglit from the main Hue, ciosees the MUn, und ascends the 
-wooded valley uf that strGam, pasBing BeTeul lEou-wocks, to (4'/j M.) 
^Bpclfcn (ItnU. ReBlsarant, iodqib to let ; Hinch ; Bannigutiier) arid 
ffl^/i M.) Hanherg (24(W ft.i "PojI; HJraoft; SImiJ, ftnely eituated 
>-«t the hase of the iScAticcafpe (t)2ds ft.), whicb may he ascended henco 
ta 3 i/g hra. The handsome Qothic Church, with Its fourteen Blender 
oetagonal plllaia and large roBD-window, wiiB conBeorated in 1471. 
The well-preserved cloleteis contain portraits of all the abbots. The 
abbey, auppteBsed In 1785, is partly occupied by the emporor daring 
the shooting-Beason. A little to the N. of Neuberg are eitenaive 
lion-woiks of tlie Alpine Montan-Oosellschaft. At the foot of thu 
GUvarlenherg is a triangle carvod In the reck, with a bronne portrait 
~ ' Archdvke John. 

The valley becomes narrower and more pictureeqne. The ro»d, 
eViiting the clear and rapid Miirz, ascends to (8 H. from Neuberg) 
HaTiiteK (26T0ft.; *AdZcr, with garden), with an Imperial ehnoting- 
boi. To ihB 8.W. Btretehes the Boht 7ri(«cft (6600 It.). The *aUey 
divides here. The bighroad ascends the Dobrdn-Tal to the W. anil 
erosBOS tbo (i hr.) iVietfcroipef BaddU {4000 ft.; fine view of the 
Teitschalp and Hochsuhwab) to [30 M.) Wegiebeid, a village O'/g M. 
to tliB a. of MariaieU [p. 180). 

The Bom TO llAU:tzai.L vil Frbih Is preferable. Tbis raas (o IbeN. 
Hirougl tna gradnallj -■idening villey of tho Mflrt to tie (Bi/i K.] ScMla- 
iodat (STOO n. ; Ied], and thRS leads tbrnagb wild ravines, belweaa Itin 
clilTe of (he Bautogcl aa Uia right and the Pnlawand on thi left, olDWiir 
the >ida of (he roHDiog atieaiD. In (bs loidil of Ihia cockT wlldanniB ■ 
small wal«rM] ileicends Irum a carily above, called Am rated ITtafinaan.]. 
The valler idoq eipanda into s green dale, Biirrounded bv lollr, pli»- 
elad manot^Ds, In which lies tbe bamlet of (SH.) Frtin (<S40 ft.; Tiw}. 

augh the iVaicur-raf.paailDe (BM,) 

„«.,M. 1- ".«o curtCB 10 the (ai/jS^ ffU* - 

(i (S760ft.), belween IheStndeot and tli- "-"- 

UaBceDdme to (1 M.) tbe ScAAuAm /m (SeSU ft.), we follow th« mad Ibrougli 
the pretly AiHiiHMTW-ral to the LfiV> »') Bamiirk (p. ifSSi, en Ibe toad 
from Brack to (S'/j M.) ilariatitt. 

TbsYaanxta lYomFreln over the Frein-Salia to MarlueH (1<^ bni.J 
IB more attiaotire aod ttaru 1 hr. Quide (S JT.] not necenur- lbs marked 
patli diveiges from IheroaUlo the Tight at 011,) GidHtand riBeabare), aod 
aacendg iBlo Iho wood to (>/< hr.) the Bumult of tbe TisiB-flaital [iWKl Et. ; 
Inn). Then a Btee[i descent (alter 20 mln., to the left, fallowIn| tbe broDk) 
lo ILa BnlUal, where we crois (</ihr.) the ^SoJin to lbs Kemhof and Harla- 
xell mad (p. 118) and to (31in.) liariartU. 

29 M. KariMeU(2830a; *£rone; *Behwaner AdUT{ *Wein- 
Irauhe; Brelf; Louij; ^r«w; flowi, etc.), very picturesquely situated 
in a wide basin, surrounded by vrooded mountains of varied forme, Is 
the moBt ftequented sbrine in Austria, betn^ visited annually by about 
200,000 pilgrimB. The vlUage consists almost entirely cf inns and 
taverns, all of which are crowdodat Ihetimo of the great pllgrlniBg<s 
(from VleiuB on 1st Jnly, tima Qrati on 14th Ang.) utd Am 
fitter half of Angust. '' 

K Id the centre of the village rises the Imposing Cat 

^^BPWffen d* Muf. WILDALPEN. 2fi. Re(< 

at the end of the ITUi cent., with its douio atid iliteo iuwmb, of which | 
(lie hfiliilBotue Gothic centiil tower betonge (u the originsl structure J 
iif the 14tb century. The miraculaua injago of the Madonna and Child, I 
20 inches high, cnTred In Ume-wood, w&b piesented In 1157 by a 
pricEt of the Benedictine alihoy of St. Lambrecht (the mother-church 1 
of Miriizell]. Count Henry I. of Moravia bniJt a chapel for tt ahont | 
1200, and Lewis I., King of Hnngary, enclosed thla chapel In a largei f 
ehurrh, aftei a victory over the TutVa la 1363, 

Ttas iKTBtuuE il SO! fl, loni; and 69 ft. Ijraad. BeUnd a siWer rilllnK 1 
111 ibe naTH in ibe obapel conMnlng (lie miracDlnua /i 
allnr. The J\lpll ia of red mubtc. On ihamahJIIarii 

god Iho lifesiiB •ilTer Henrea, presented bj ttio Emt _. 

Iicnunth Ihe crou it a silver toroatrial globe, 8 ft. In diameler, surroundBd 

by ■ iBrpent. Tbe lOWriM and nlmUar Articlea placed ' "^ — 

loitg table in the cnrner to llie right nn bicised by a pi 

itoDcit old maH-booki, Mo. 0»r tba allw ii & Hadonna, taf an early 
Italian mutBr, jireienled by King Lewii I, uf HDngary. 

The semicircle of hooths and atallB healde the church IE devoted 
10 Iho sale uf TellglouB srticlea and mciaentoeB. 

EiquBBiosi. Througb Ibe trrWDB (Maria Waterfall) lo tlie (I'ft lir.) 
ErlaDfM* [371U ft.; -finvIM, at Ibaopper end, irouti lake-baihs, boaU for ■ 
hire), rrom wbicb we may return b; the S. buk la the HtrrenKaKi ('Inu), I 
It the E. end, and thence hy the direct road to (3 H.) Marlaiell. | 

To tlie 'LaailnK TaU, t-tVi lir«. (carr. tbere and baek IB K.I. Wo fallow 
iba road to the N. vU <lVi Or.) MiUert-aeh mi the JcKfOire (3806 ft.) lo (3 hri.) 
......_... — t m.nn » J Burger), ami dcBccod Iheece to Ihe left la the 

.) [all, %0 ft. high, a 
ligniflcaot, - -- ' '- 

If iniigaiDcaat, uiav ha Impraved by the Dponloc Df ailuiee; feet £. 
... .. a -. >^„) ^o fnleresling path destende to the Idl from th 

, ._ ._ ..„ Orfista^ 

the (?i^ bn.) name, and Ibonce t!& Ihe mffil-aaUet (1310 n.) 
> or tbi a>/i big.) 'CMKiWr (p. Sfi). 

H.iaiiui.1. Tn Ouiiia {35 U.). The road leads aniii Ihe Ziltsr- 

ro (SfilOft.) tn (S'/i ■.) AttAuH (3390 ft., Kanradi and (IB H.) Langau (SfilOft.) tn (S'/i ■.) AttAuH (3390 ft., Kanrad) and (IE 
(2360 ft. 1 inn, clean), in the npper valley of the J'Mi, and 11 
arvbierg (p. SB) to {2D M.) OonW tp- 85), 

Fauk HuuXBLt^ToBKBHuarfp, 84), 18 H,, diligence daily In l>/ibri. 
Ibrough tbe toilful and over the KaBBatMlt. — Fbuh SBBSBor to St. PliLTN 
85 M., railway in 3 hn., lU St. Xw«, Balitnbira, LIMenflU (with a ceK 
braled Ciilerclan abbey), and AiAtOnlUU (p. 86). 

FaoM HaniiuLi. to (JaaBi-BBiniNn vil WalgHaELHaDEH asn Wild 
ALrc», U M. CUigence la (ICVi M.) Welahielbodon In A hri. (1 A'.)i tbeoce ti 
(11 H.) Wililalpen ia S'/t br>. (3<^ BOA.), and theocti (o (IBK.) BeifliuE >< 
1 bn. (1£). — Tbe road iiniu the Brui^k road at the (d X.) Outneiri (p. tSC 
and asccnda Ihe pielureEque valley nf Ihe Saba. Heyond (11 H.) OrtU 
(Inn] ll^tt the river and crauei the Bait (STBS ft.] to (W/s V.) Welehael 

imall villBce 

xd basin lurr 

>. Beyand a small tunnel it croiBei to the lelt banli 

: and leochei 

Ihe preclpicei of the lUtgiriK (61110 ft.), on Ihe li^t, 
^||M(t.), outheled. — ariJiH.T'^"-' --'~™~ — ' 

, (aooott.i-ZH.. .. 

thannlBgly situated on the Wildalim^ach, wbli 

joined on tbe riel' 

. ._ bi Uw (31/. rf.) l.'-itiwj 

by the SftBiWiBfl. Beyonil UieCSf/u M.J 

iTm- tfotrftt /«» llie road diviai _ — 

IIlq rulnay le&l'> rlJ. ibe (} M.) slmrcU oF Patfiiu (inn), follows uio ngm 
linnkoClbeSaliAioiUsoDllaiinco wUh thcfnu, »d then cmaaea the laUer 
In (U K.) ai-wBHIKng (railwayilnlion, see j. 18(). 

'Die Bui-i) TO Sbewieben leads Ihioagh ilie pretty lalley of tlio 
Saltn. To the rigbt, on a wooded rack, stands the Sigmandi-KaptUe, 
originally fortified and surrounded with lofty walls in the 16th cent, 
to liTotect it B^inat the Tuiks. At the (5 M.) Gutmnerk ['24!)Oft.; 
innX with abanrtoiiBd iron-*orli9, the road to WricMelftorien diverge a 
lo (he right [sea p. ITS], Oui toad now qnit^ the Salza, ascends the 
Atchbaeh-Tal to the S.E., uniting aftar ai/a M. with the toad from 
h\etn (p. 178), and teaches (9 M. ftom Mariiuell) the amill village of 
W^Bobeid (2670ft.; Poll)- — ^Toni Wegscheld to MiiruUg across 
Iho Niediraipel (3l/i hra.), eee p. 178. 

From WBaiauiiiu to WEioBKBt.BonBii ovEit the KAaTESBiEOEi., 19 H., 
» plrafliml route (larri age-road). Aboal '/« «. lo "le B-W. of Wegwlield 
tlie road turns to Ibe rigbt by a Bneec-potl Into the namiw anlmise 
I'C Ibe Samiatr-Tal, and ucenda Ibrougb wood and mBadoit to tha fB >!-) 
Kutaiiii«E«1 (351Bfl.), a depresBion boiween tbe Zslfer and ^tnar BtariUto 
(SOB ft.)' It than descends, running at first higb up on Ibe S. Hope, to 
{|}i/l> M.) tyeUmnbedeo (p. ITg), 

The road sBoends hy tie BaUradbach to [33/i M.) the important 
Iroii-mlnea of Qollrnd (31E0 ft,), and I'/a U. fotthct on reaches 
Ztnnclkof (36ti0 ft), formerly a comitiy-scat of Archduke John 
(d. 18^9], finely aitaated at the foot of tlie Sceberg. 

WESpona, TEiDiniHiencM of the chase, elo. The imall Gothic ohapol, nith 
of iVne plants. "'" "' 

The road now ascands steeply to Ihe CVs^'-) Seebtrg Pan [4I1B R.), 
wiiere we enjoy a fine view of tha Settal, enclosed hy the rocky 
walls of tha Houhachivab chain, and then doBconds in long windings 
(shorf-cni to the left) lo OL ht.) the vi]lage of 
■' - ■ .nmTBft-i"." ■' ■ ■ 

IBi/s M. Beewfesen f3i7B ft.; *Posi), pictures qualy sllu»tod. 
— -Hooluehwa)! (7170 ft.; B hn,i marked path; guide, not iadiin 
idepta, to WalcbaelbodBn VIK.) la fraqusntly aai 

mi the Seatal to the m, hn.) robiala-iTAIi IG14Q ft.1 

on tha Oirrt OallaUi, and Ibsn aacsad to tfae right by the EiMoo lo Ibe 
|ii/i br.) BcMna-BmUfOB llie <^<i|kiR«nit«>rnt (T^ft.i tnn Iniummer), and 
In the (i/i hr.) annmlt. EltanBlve Tiew, embracing tbe whole nf tlie R, 
Aina from the SoboeBhere to the IJachitein. — DuFanl to SI. llfm (p. 181), 
y\k tbt HfctuMn'OtOtn, B>/ihn., easT) vli the iMumtft, a preolpllous clilT, 
Bbirter and mots iniersiting, but more difUcuU. 

From Saewiesen the coad descends the nsirow Setsrabtn, past 
the J'lirriM (2965 ft), to {23 M.) Au (Gemsa) and pi4 M.) Au- 
8eewiflBen, the tetminuB of the Stytlan Nab*oit-Qauok IIaii-it** 
I.) (14 M.) KapfenbBtg. — Boyoiid (!'/* M.) jSwiMi-Tumau Ito 
tiilway daacends the pretty Btubmmg-Titl, via (3 M.) Ilmlrrl-rT'j -tiii 
M.J IVuppnuteinAantmef, lo (li M,) .^/fftit, 1". M i" ili.. \ .if 
■■ lies Ihe villnge iif that name (Daiiici ; h-.' i. ■ i.- 

il (7 M.J 7'Vtrl (NiiiiinifriiloO, « vIIUk* with wlrn. 
wurlu, tlid bmnk* imni tlin H. ilopM nf Ihit lluchinbwtli rnmUnii lu 
fitiD l)jii TUlrUuih. Abova tli* «lllii(a rlav* Uiu |ilnu(aaqua lula ol 

A raid UmI* r>OM Thitii W III* V.W Arauk «•■ urMI A. /toMT-fal 
la U>y^ H.) 11. lino (3>UU fl.i no*-) iiiA lb< U>/. U,) '/MM ilotf ' 
(3eni n l, nmUt iTluiHd <>l llm KmuI i<( U.* •*JI>t. Tb* klliiuiilvi 
nl III* KartheMteH (i«IO ».) irar hn miilo Inner In R-Ri^bH. 

• ni>.iu,iLm» (it<nn J 

Ik III* JtuAntmoi' Md Ibii 

Wo nait tiivuiiu llm lurmw TKMlal, pudnfi •uvotil Irun 
Wiilk*, tt.(rjYlM') Winkil,liiiM.) Kapftnli,ru'i-jl(Htl.'ihn, l/t M. 

Kt:. lit wliir.!) U na-l flt«tnfrhnf(\,.\'JH), (iid (t'l M.) K.irfinhrrg- 
\n (|i. I7lt). Ui'iitu lu (II M.J /Ifucb on ll\t ATur, iiki ■>. ITU. 
SB. From Llm to 8t. Uicbael t1& Steyr. 
1*1 H. iuii,w» IB fi>/,-iii UN, iruu lu K. m II A. Ill, n X, m «., 

«*nni» '/r JT, 10 a. OU, H jr. Un a.). Itlum Ct it l, lnnJail Inin Ih* 
firrlMM >l KUIii>ttollllJi(, MMil, mi M. HKIiMli 

To (la M.) 81. YaUnlln (fim ft.), >oo ii. K. Oiir linn here 
illin'fu* to Ibn H.W., and «t {W M.J linulhvfm atHurK Ibn iiUii]f Of 
tbn f,'niH. 'Jft'/i M. Hmnlnjiarf. 

■iH M. Starr (VltHlrci JIuH. JrcfaiirnnU *AI(||r>rlb«/', K. 1-^ K.\ 
HMIfi Ktthi), Willi 17,'llNi liibali,, nl ili« anriniieiiri^ or tliN Utt^ 
wIiIj IliK Kliirii, It iiuliiJ for Ui iMii'Waro*. Tim Ii^wii, ulliiiilnil bn- 
twuHii iliu Iwn livuM, I* cniiiiurloil wttli It* nliin (Uliiitba {Etyntdoff, 
Htiyntorf, iln.] lif tlinia brbl|na. On ■ hill rUna liutg Slfyr ( IHlh 
rriit., bat ninutluiisil In (lio Ithh itvilt.J, tho |>r<>|><>riy or I'rlrii-n 
Laiiiliari, wUli alliiii ii*tli(«4lii. on ipiilloailoiij. 'I'h'i (Inlhlii Chntch, 
biiltt In 1448-1(1^40, conulni dilnnd (Ua* of lh« lilih vmit, itid a 
runt In lirnnto, Willi ii<ll«ra iif IMO. Tim tuwor mH ft.) via isbullt 
111 imb-H^ »IW p1*n« by Hvhnildt vr Vlimnt. TIih, In (ho 
roDucu (tylc, anil tho aktoniltn Auilrlan Rifla Flutory (idiii. on *|i- 
plkalloii} ar« «lao woriby uf nolle*. Tbn ouiniimuiiti uf Jul. WtrniU 
(4. 1H89), rnunaw of tbu tliftwtuttt In Iha Vnnt-JuMt-VUU, 
■nil of ^nl. flruitniT (IWH-M), ths evrnpoaar, In Ihn Pftit-PUtK, 
■in >">ib by TlIiiiiRr. 

W.l.«.. I'lfll, VU». .,( l!„i lM»i, (i„l III ..„.I,MU< i,r rlOdVll trm 

iio I'/, t.. ) " '... f.„..;.('f. Hi. (I', Ii. i r,'.,, 1 r(, r" t,. 1 iUiuti<-e. 








182 KduK Se. EISENERZ. From Lini^B 

The line fpllows Ihe left b»n!i of the EnuB. 35 M. Temberg .- 
41 M. Luitntlein, nllh an old uhiuch and a ruined oaelie. M^l^ M. 
Brkh-Eaming, with iron-worka. — 49 M, Oroii- Homing; W/j M. 
■" ilenreilfi, at tlie confluenee of tie Ga/'(emft(ichaJid(beEnBH[p,8n). 

56Va M. Klein-KeifiinK (1200 ft.; Bb«. B(«(aurant), jnnction of 
tho Una lo AmiUtlea [p. 86). — 66 M. Wiiittnbfich-8t-6aUen (Qru- 
ter), I'/aM. to the N.E. of uliich lies Allmmarkt (LohnerJ At 
(73 M.) Orost-Rti/lmg (1400 ft.; •Baniaanu) the -Soita falls iiito Ihe 
Knna. To WtichitBioden and Mariatell, see pp. 180, 179. 

The train threadB two tunnels and crosees the Enns, Beyond 
(741/s M.) Landt tie two olhar short tnnnols. — 79 M. Hi«8&<i 
1 1700 ft.; HafI- EeHaarant; HSbntr sur Pott; Strinberger), with 
iron-works, la finely sitnsted at the conauence of the Ertbach and 
the Enna. 

»u TO Lbobeb, 34 M., tMw^j In a'/j-i'/i hra. Bejonfl [a>/t W. ) 

BtBtioD), Willi 3600 iuhab., an old miDing-tawn, u 

l^Uffiitiiiilii (BiMtl.)', and on 'the W. lij the KaluncUli (liBSOft.). The 

"•-—ft ef SI. OiraM, a Gothic Btniclura founded in 1279 and rebulll in 

[Dia, is an Inlccestlng nampls at & niedliGval roTtiOed cburota. Bv 

ipprosch lo tbB cHutcli la an inleruiine HUorical Jruicm (adm. 

iHirullon-tablet), Vo the B. tlis red SribH-f [BOSOft.] closes llie valley. 

- ■' "miningoperatiDni. luwlnler.bowoTer.HiBaubterranenn 

m is morn eonvenlcnt. The grealer narl of Iba mountain 
belongs 10 ttaB Alpine MunUn-Geaellaeliaft. Tbe nilnei, aonie of which 
bais beau in operalion for lODO jean, employ 2tXIO.SD0Q huda [u snniDict 
and lOOO-lSOa in winter and Tlelil HOD.OOO lona of Iron aDDuallT. The best 
plan for vlailora la to Hke the Enberg railway lo the alation of JVaMcAl 
{tee below), then Ihe minerM-rallwaj ffO *. and fee) to OU lir.) trfemuM, 

, and (hence walk lo the (1 hr.) Vardtmbersir hcrghaut (BeslaDrant). Then 
(with guide, IJT.) daicend Ihe ndnhi; tercacai lo the (Vi hr.) Barbara- 

I Xapiltt (rMlonrant) and lo ("/. hr.) Eiaeneri, 

I from Ihe heautifnl <iew> it eoiniaanda (beit lo tbe left), was tonatruclert 
1 Bjalnlj for the minaml trafllc, on Abfa fack-and-pinion ajBlem. With an 
' averaga eradieni of fl8;1000 il mna lo the B., through the Scftfcfti-Tii™ 
ruiHul (below the ahove-menlioned tower) to (ha alallon of Knaipailat 
(336D n.), where IhetoDIhed rails begin. The gradient now becomes steeper. 
The train Ihreade Ihe Klammaald Tmntl, Iraversea loftj vUducU and wide 
curTCB. croBBing the liamaa and the Engrabin, and ilopa at (l3>/i ■.) SW- 
hirg (SMO fl,), aboie the mining terpsces (aee sliDTe). Beyond the FtaHtn 
rwHiri and Hie ItiHiftU ThmkI la Ite plaiion of rliiV ".1 Pnliiebl rWM (1. ; 
'SpilaUr't Jm). Tbe line now deacendj to (18 M.) eiailirmua (SiaO fl.) anil 
OD'/jM.I ■Vordombetg-MarM pjeeO ft.; X™n,- AdIB-|, a proapeFou* place 
with a. brisk trade in iron. — At (MV" M.) Vtrilinibtrt • BlaalliaiMtf 
(Saa fi,i Rail, RraUnrant) passeegere foe Leoben sbanea cuHaees. The 
* • -i FrMauwt and Eafnias to l27i/i M.) Tnfajaiih (318(1 li, i 


barhturm and the Qr/iiM Bwkilfin nn the N., an') the Hochlor and 
Reirlienitein on (he 8., siid traTersed. by the Eujis, which forms a 
series of wild rapids (from Admont to Uioflau faU of 400 ft.]. ThB 
ruad, which luns on the left bank, well cepaya llie pedestiinn as fu 
s9 Admoiit (carriage and pair from Ulaflau to the end of the Oe- 
gause 24 f ,). The railway on the light bank pierces two toiuiels, 
between whieh, on the left, opens tbe {lartUtgrabrnj and then uroHei 
to tho left bank of tbe Enne. — Si'/a M. BitatterhodBn [1850 ft.( 
*H6ttl OtaSuii), in a grand siCaalion. The railway neit passes thA 
mouth of the fictate^quB Johialaek'Tol. ou tbe left, and then tb a 
wild gorge of the Burgyraben, on the right, and crosseE tho Enns, 
lieyond a short tunnel is the (89'/) M.] stalion Qttiiuu-Eingang. 
Tho train then enters the broad green dale of — 

92i/jM.Admoat{ai05ft,!»PD»(;fiul(«( BucWfndcr,- Wfibcn- 
ttrgsr; fiurlu), s favourile aummer-cosorl. The celebrated Bene- 
dictine abbey of Admont ('ad monies'), founded in 1074, was 
almost entirety burned down in 1665, but has been partly rebuilt. 
Tbe Gothic abbey-church, SI. £Ciul''i-JU)iiu«r, with i(a two slender 
fipirea, is rDOdem, The library, in a richly-deeoratod hall, comprisea 
80,000 vols, and 1000 MS8. (open dally, 10-11 and 4-5; 40 fc.). 

(food views of iliB environs are oblainod frnm tliB lirldge over the Ki, 
1 M. from tlte railtvaf-ilalioa, - Above AAmtial, to Ibe fi., (Unda C/i ht.j 
Bihl*H HdttOitaiB am ft,), ihe nropertr of Uie abbsy, wbieh arTordi an 
admlnble lurTcj of the Enostalr to Ihe N.W. is the wooded rtaeOjtrt 
(6036 fl.), wilb Ibe churcb on the Fraw^trg (see below) si iu baie; lo the 
K. ri>6 (lie •Bailor Maum\ comlellQE of the Onui nhrgai am CI.), 
SiMbUiifttHn (TOM tl.), Hexaaurm (TIDS ft,), and /faarrrirgtl (flffliO ftj; lo 
Ibe K. it Ibe aroul Baclitkin (im tt.)i 10 the S.E. tUt SpantfeU (1dm IX.). , 

The train follows the broad valley of Ibe Enna. To tbe rtgbt, 
near (97 H.) Fraamliere, rises the Prauenberg with the pllgrimaga 
church of Mnriakulm. At the confluence of the Patttnbnch with the i 
Enns Ihe line turai towards tbe 8. — iOH M. Belital ('2080 ft.] J 
*Kiiil. Ratiurani; Railaay Hotel, AVone, both plain), the junction' I 
of the line to Aussee and Bisuhufahofeu (for Saliburg). ^ 

FioH Skijiai. to Achkk ani. BiicnursHOHii. Bailwty lo [30 X.) * 
J»«.« in lV>-Sli". (fares 3, 'J, 1 if.)i to (82 M.) fli«*o/rtoA» In ai/,-»";,hra. 
(farm B, t, 2 K.i. — Tbe nUlvray croaaei Uu Pallmbaih and tudi to tbe 
W. ttirougb (he laUej of (he Enna, eroaalae^ the £niu and tbe JVArnbocA, 
lu (S>/i H.) LietiM (3110 n.; Pttt; Fachi), a large viJIaee at itae moolhot 
Ibe PytmMl. A dlli^eEce pllei heaee dally in aammer 10 (IS H.) ViiiUaoh- 
tmlaafgaidmi Snu.sooii Erilurtiii AOncU), K>iu:\J tituated summer- 
Kioit. — The railway iklrle tha hillside. At rl9 H.) Bt^utfa-IrdlDE 
laioen.i JIoU. miaura^l: fFBrif-ifBffcr) Ihe llnedivideei Iha rielil branch 


n bFgInt rapidly lo ueend tbe V. ilope ■ 


,_ . miurwlrirf- ZoHclia. C 

vnoded Tcaunial lo (30 U] A 

'. preclpilou drimmins (TIID tl.) to [30 H.) OiAlani J 


IFisuberiHsliint'Cr), — 33 H. fiUin, al Ibe mouth dflho alUfal.- SIX. GyBb- 
mitig, l)is village uf nbich nimit liea 9 U. lo the N.t 30 K. Saw. — 
Be M. BoliUainlng (3i00 fl.; Mllo ftil: rHUsr; itfiwJfcr; Zom DaclulftMi Is 

BaeOtkv't £otiem Alps. 

TtaB Eduslal canttacts. 39H, PIcAJ. At (il U.) JCanAlns we crait lUe 
. JfimdHo^rO, Ilie fiontlDr between Stjris and Sklibiu^. — IG U, Baditadt 
(2810 n,; 'Foit: mtAaiUt: StecU), an old wtll'd lann, sUodine oDKruetj 
hill lo [be rigliL A diliei-Dce pliee bijiiee (vrioe daily in lammer in S'/i bn. 
(r«e SE. 80)1.) to (Mil.) Maultradorf (p. 3i0j vii tlie fiaifaWdOP fautn 
(B700ft.)i una rrom Bantorndorf a diligtnee poM on dslly IB BV^brB. (91.> 
lo 05 M.) Ajiiilal vll (361/' ''t') OmOndi at Baiditn-'t E'ruteni J2g(. — At 
[481/] U.) ^Ifninartl Ihe lise q 
S.W. in lbs Flneiau, ud runs 1 

■bed belireon Ihe Enns and the eaisoch. .... 

tal rii seilan (Poat), tnTerilag BBTErai tDuneleand rEpealedlf crossing Ibe 
rrltOach. tl peneliUes Itae Kreuihtrg bj a tunnel TIO jdt. Id length, 
deuianda to theleR, and croaaea Ihe Siliacb lo (61 M.) B'tcWihlfcn {1T95 ft.; 
KnU. ttogleu»Di), eee p. 119. 

The train Ekirta the slopes of tbe DuTTtnaehSbtTl (6700 ft.) '"^ 
enters the woodpd Pntten-Tal, a Tallsy ascending to tlie E. On i 
pine-dad hill to the right riaes the chateau of Slrechau, 

lOo M. Itottanmann {2310 ft.; "TiroUThof; Qoldhticlt) 1b an 
ancient Utile town with iron-works. From CHl'/i M.) Triehea « 
load leads to the right lo (33 M.) Judmiwff (p. 200) (li Hohtn- 
tau«m (4150 ft.]. Keai (114 M.) Goiihorn, to tlie right, lies the Utile 
GuiiAom Lake. The line ascenil? tu tbe Elation of (121 M.) WuM, 
on tbu BchohcT Fiia (277o ft.], tlie watershed between llio Eune and 
Hur, and then dosaendi the Littmg-Tal to Kallwang, with copi>er 
mines, Mautem, Kammtm, Seiti, and Trafioch-Timmcridorf, Then 
(141 M.) 8t. Hiol^el l*ItiiU. Raiatinait), also a Btation on the line 
from Villach lo Bnick (p. 200) and ITl/l M. from the latter. 

27. Oratz and Environs. 

.-.Ao/IPI. A, 4, 5, realaunnlj, tat, 
Qnd Pi. A. 5). toi trains to KeiUoIrl 


a/ooU-flnftnSo/ (PI. D. E, oj, suDnmiarT siMioD inr w 

irlDg IKaab: Dadapest). 
ikgiui tomnibusea at tbs Bud-eabnhofl. On tbe itglit baiH af a 
•F.i.trBtin (PI. a; C, b}. Hur-Plati 18, with garden, B. 31/^8 A'., » 
-HoTBL D^Nm, (Pi. b| A, fii, at tbe Blid-Balutauf, R. fiom 3 £., B 
Hdt. WiKBtBB <Fl ei C, 6), Oriei-Qoajl, R. 3-5 X, B. TO*.; t 
(I'l. d| C, fi}, Oriel-I^Diy I3i Dnsi Etau (Pi. e; B, fi), Aanen-Btn 

I Nariahlirer-Struse (Pt. A, 4}. — On'lha kfl iant\'!,-i ■- frun tl . . 
I SabDhof): 'EaitiKiuaa Jorabb (PI. bi C, &), Sack-SlFaaae, B. (rom 3 jr., 
I wHhagood tealauranti " '■ '■'■ --'•■■ ■ - '—■ 

BlaxE (Pt. 1) E. G), Lei 

O, &). Farhergasea e. 

Oafea. •S^ailAV', HarreDgaBse IS; 'Satitlie/. Kalee'teldiadse; 'U'liim, 

Ucblenfeilieaaie i Ca/i irirlA, la ibe Stadt-Fark (open-air concerU rrc' 

Suantly In the afteraoon); eimU-TAmlar, Carl l.udwiB-Rlng 30, bf Ibu 
ladl-Park( Promtaadi, Burg-ItiDg, — On Ihe right banh of tba Kuii 
Oeileniirlt'ieAn- fig/, B4li}i. both in tba ADnea-Blraasa. 
- . (Ice.). 






Ihmutuv*. GRATZ. 

K«iUDTut> (twer). 'JlaOtfi TUcanr-Ritilam-ai 

tfrs-Oroli, HametlinsKBaae4i SehHlcialtr Blieham, „ , 

Bierhnlle. KonWrenwe 18j Trcinlnal GMcg; neetbaner-Bir. IB. — Military 
miifla BGVflnl limu KCelily ■( lliH Jnnen-Sdfh, ijppMllo Ibc sad-BEbubofi 
Ur^CHn, JakobifiUKt', — WlBaCtlsnat (becsfLigjitD.)^ SI(<iKUcArff, Becnn- 
L-nsiE IS; JUmluAar £aii<;, SporgUBB 1S| LmtthautkelUr, ScbiuleilgUBB tl. 
— The butt wiDM of StrrU nre Lnltnititrgtt (slrODg), /^etini-. Mid Strich- 
iacHcr. ThB InrkBji uul aponi or Styriik an lUghlr ettewaed. Qnl> 
blicult* ('GiMiec Zwlebuk') U Sorp""!, 1Iu>FUib 14) Spring, Udrser- 

Bkfhl. mllarg Sieimmtnff Bath, nbovs the Feri1>ntn<l3 Bcliche IPI.G, 3], 
tnlh, incl. lowelB, 80 A. Tlia ivalei ef tbe Hue in way cold. — AMifte'l 
awimniing and other balht, TeeBllioirgMie Hi FSnier, Llchlenfelieuie 

Thnttu. Bladl-TMalrr (P\. D, E. G), Karl Liidwii;-BlDK, DiiEraa i 
ciinii^diilii-, TA>n'<r am Friuuai-Flali [PI. ll ; I>, 4), com«dlM. 

■Uitkry Mmie thrice a week In summer, alleraalelsr io the Sladl-Fa 
{p. 18T), nt llio BUmlriclk (p. 1S8|, on the ScftIot*tr« (p. IS3), In the Vol. 
llartHt (PI- K, ll, and In the JnSinirti-ffflHe, JakomfniBuie (PI. D, 7), wi 

FHt * Telagnpk 0H» (PL Si C, G), MeutDrguia. 

Oabi. One^n-fl, tO ». for the flri^ '/• ^'-, i ^ f°i^ the Bnt >A h 
1 A', eo Tor lliF.. IDK. Rir euJi addiUDoal '/t\iT.t ruihAani, l£. IDA. I 
(be n»t t/, be, 1 £. tor 1 br., 1 £. for uch addltiout Vi br. — Fa r»->DM J 
(Ac Slld-Baltaif : middle of tlie town, one-hnnD 1 «. 10, two-haree S f.^ ll 
Hiir luliiirh (riehl baokl 1 £. oi> 1 S. 60 A. Bma)! arUclej of lutg*«ft>l 

nrriea ioaide, free; larger artlclci. 10». fur or " ■ - - ■ 

lo 8 a.m.) nues in all rjiae« one-half more. - 
wllhln a ndius of li/, M., morning 6 op li K., 

naidciFf-Plali. and Kepler-^^Ir, bnck to Ihs Sud-Bahubof, 31 minutes. ~ 
From Iho SehllUr-Pliti v\i Xba Jihoniini-PJDli and ariea-Plali In Iha 
Land-Plau, J9 min.,iiith branch to St. Leonbard, Imlnulai. — itam the 
Orio..Plat» Til lh« Oentnl Ctmeler/ In pHntleam, 3i miuulej. — From 
llie AnBen-BW. to BcSlrBa BeBOnborF, Vi "'■ i "• Welieladorf, 20 miniitoa. - 
From the l^nrl-Plati (n OBatine, 31 minutes. — Prnm [he Wickenbnrg- 
niaie lo Andrlli, iQ mlBiitea, — Trara the ZlnIenAnt^alr. In Iho Ullm- 
■elrb and Harlatregt, IS mlnuten. 

Brati (1135 ft,), tho capita of Styria, with about 138,000 iiihab. 
and a garrison of 6100 men, pictDteBquely situated on troth banks of 
the Mur, uhich is ccoesEd by seTcn bridges, is oae uf the pleasanlest 
and hesJIhieet of the Austrian proTlncUl BApilal*, and Is the ro- 
sldencc of many retired civi] serisnts and offlcera. On tbe left bank 
Is the old or Inntr Joum (I. Dezirk, or district), adjoined by Oie 
former Jaftomini Subvrb (VI.) to the 8., Leonhard (II.) lo the E., 
and aeidi^Tf(m.^ to the N.; on the right bank are the distrtcla of 
Lend (IV.) and Oflei (V.). Grstz la an Indnalrial plane of now 
sid^rsble importance. 

The chief thoroughfare between the centre of the town and the 
right bank of tho Mar is tbe TiaU'K&rl Bridge (PI. 0, 6), built In 
1891, with bronze flgnres of Austria and Slyris, by Brandstetter, on 
the central bultresEca, baniiHomc caitdolabni surmounted by eagles, 
md t lastafiil balustrade. View of the Schloasborg. 
^^^nia Bivft-Platz (PI. C, D, 5) Is embolllshed with a broiiie 
^■tM of AioMolte Jolu (d. 18G9], by PSnidngtr, erected in 


- On Ibo S. eidci of llie Plsti ie Ilie •Baths.iis [PI. 10), a hCn 

. Tlie facade 

■-e bidldine erected in 1887-92 Ity Wielen* 
1 sdonied witL tvpbp etataee of ui 

[ imporUni^e vD the liiMoiy of the tovn. Ilie third OODr of the Btab- 

U decorated with a fresco by Scbolz, lopreBentlns Gutx in 163.^. 

I The Council Eoom c(uit*inB n Conrt Soene of 1478, by N. Btrobol. 

In Hie Franseta-Piatt [PI. I>, <), to the IJ.E., is s hroiizb Blatne 

[ sf £mpeiar FruieU n. fPL 2), in the robee of the Golden rieeR<., 

I bs Mardiai (1841). On the E. Eide of tbe FUtz is the Thmtrr mn 

I ifVanienaptatc {PV. 11) and tiie old Imprriai Burgr, or pslsne, llii<v 

f;OTernmeDE ofdneE, 'Kith sn intorestilig spiral BtuiCdsc (1 &0D] M 

end o( the first court. 

The CntlL»dTDl (PI. 5 ; D, 4, 5), i Gothic si 
(the cnpper rnof of tbo towei added in 1663), hm betffi ei 
miidemized. It bu sn interesting W. PortaL 

IfTKBix. rUe higt-iillw-piBce in tlio choir, rBpresonCiBg *lio 1 

It St. Je-pisaa, ii bf Jh. nurir. On (lie WKili are tlfn rnitie paumsip 

Jij JWir de fliMit, TrpresBniing the archduke CbarlosIL with hie ftiinilj 

I lieEon tlic cmeilSx and Uie 'ViTgHi. Tn the nglil Bud left nf Qie urnmuuTb 

' 'lie choir are marble pede>(*l> mniiDFaiig tvo ebonr reUqmrles, bniuclii 

m Itatf Id 1017. Tba bU smaU iviir; •BeliiA, chniee Iiallui norki of 

■"■-' ctnt., rcpresont the Iriumphi nf Lore, Inootcnoo, Smth. ulc. (from 

'i 1 Trionfi"). 

The Umaoiaiin (PI. 8), vljoining the cUhedral, was bnill b^ 
\ £iu)i. Ferdinand U. (d. 163T) ; th« nnlt cmtUinB hie tomb and Ouu 
I -of Us wife Maris Anna. 

II fPL D, 6), or fiull □/ (he Eilobi, In tlie JW WijW 

I fOMC, The bo^eet etr»et In the tdwn, with the beat duift, jjH 

'le KenaiBEBnce Etyle in the IBih century. T^^l 

- monicK, to Hie Tlgbl of whioh IB ft ottt^B 

« thuH who enlei neainst qBarruHil^^^^ 

dItdb". — The first imiirt, Willi Oh; »rB)nl.s 

iMn^. MemoriBl UOJet to JBknm Dflrr. 
,Dil £andi«^8<«i ('HaU at tha JiiM"} mar 
I be iDi|iecte£, 

The old *ZeiiEluiiu, Di AtiouiI [eiucled in Idll), adJeiiiinK ttC: 
I Laiidbaus on the S., ie miiiitiiiiied in exaoUv the same csndUlol 
s ago, with a large quantity of wijapoiu, ohkfly rfj 
' ITih cBiitDry, [idmiasion from the LanJliauB daily, 10-1, 

The Parhh Church [PL D, 5), fwther on, lo the left, 
edifice of the l&th cent, (restored in 1875), couLaiiw an Assi 
by Tintoretto a£ on altar-piece. — Nuai the end of ihti ~ 
fiUe the Ksrl-Lodwig-Eing is the gruoefiil Aucr.-urro-Br, 
Tbel[uaiim]DBimenm[Fl.D, ri}H^~ <- 
I duke John. The Oi.i>JoaHiJBru[Hauberei' ~ 
^Biitory Muteum (genbgical, tuolugioal, ;■ 
■" ~ ■ ■ if OoBcction (coutsinlng the 'Juilii]iii]?i'i ' 
1 of CaiTu and Anli^ilia [di "' 

I (helfitliGF 

imii of ir 

: uf 1&B8, a 

GRATZ. 37. floule. 18? J 

The Library (about 140,000 vols.} is accommodated in a modein ad-1 
illiioii, which liAJ readlTtg'rooma on the gionndilDot and u) e\hIbilioaf 
or rare bookg, etc., auiba first Dour (iira. Suu. 10-1 , wuek-dija 10-1 T 
and 4-9; doecd from Miy 1st to Se^it. IDtli}. 

The new Mubkuh Biiiij)Tiios, a huge pile in tho tocc 
fiom the plans of Qunolt, opened In ISOii, coniain (bo HMarlali 
attd Indtutrlal Art Maieum and the ColUclion of Painlinei one 
Engraningi. AdmUrion: San., 10-1, free; Tburs., 10-2,1 JT.; otbeH 
days 9-1, 50 A. 1 

Tbo Talnnble eolleclioni of llic SiiloHail cai InduilHal JTukhk (Di^ 
rifqtor, I^af. S. Laelur : calBlognu Kh.) dccdiit rrmr storlDS. On tho grnaid-a 
fliinr am the "Wtitr /Vmitnar ol IfiSj, ud (he old StrrlaD roonu of IhSi^fl 
IfiOH, an, WSe, ami IBOT; Uia tntelling-carriace of Smp. Frederlek UL, r 
and the double litter at Slepbaa BalhoiT and bit wire. There it alio aL 
[oniD ror the lale of modern Bt;ilui arl-iDdtutria] prodneti. On the llrM I 

induilrlal vrnrkai eccluluUeal art 'anil art^indiutriea ; hlstorloa] porir^u4 
iDil rrJIui calluines, potlerjt and other eolLeetloni. Speciallj iDterutiiir ,' 
li the 'landmhailiHtimd-BtcMr, a raaslernlece of Ihe ualdsmlUi'i art in (be 
IBth f«nl. (in Room 31J. 

The CbllM'idi 0/ Painlitigi and Kntratingt In on Ihe IbIrA floDr. AmDug 
tfie works of Ihe ewlj-OennBn school are: Btrtr, Badinna (1819); Cra- 
varh. Knight at the parling of llie wafai B. SIrifcl, £mp. UailmlliaB; 
n. Mfnillng, Mary Of Burgundy. Dutch masleri: PorlrniU bj O. deCtaftr 
nnd if. (Ii fu; J'. BtntfM, Triumph of Dealb; J7. Oollilui, Ecre Homo. 
Kalian mulen: 0. Vatart, HIrhael Angelc; I. Oitrdmo, Jkdoration of Ihe 
Hagi I P. di Fami,, Apolbeosli at Ibe ArctadDcheii Harla, wife of Cbarlei IL 
The older and (he mora modem TienDue aehonla are also repreacnted. 

Oppoaito, ill Iho NeatoigasBO, la the Poit and TtUgrapk 0/)5m 
(PL C, b), a handsome building in the Eenaisianco style, by Fi. Setz 
(1887). Adjacent, on the Stadt-Quay, rise Ihe Lnvr CourU (PI. q; I 
C, b\ dsBigned by Wtelemanns and Beutcr (189&). J 

On the lite of the fonnei glade, between the inner (own and the 
suburbs, I> the 'Btadt-Pftrk (30 acres], chgrnlngly Uld out In Che 
Engligh style, and adomcd with a Biul of SchiUtr by OaSBec, the 
' WaUtilic' (a bronio flgore by Crandstettet, iiluattallng a norel by 
Itoscggvr], a marble stalue of Eargomatltr Franck, the foandei of 
the Sisdtpsrk, by E. Hellmer, the Iron •/Vonju-Jow/i-Bfannen, by 
Durenne of Paris, and marble statues of Oitinl .4nton ^1. Attertperg 
(d. 1876) and Sobert HamertiBg (d. 1^89), the poets, by Kundmonii. 
In ihf. Glacls-Btr. li the Lefch-Klrcht (PI. E, i), a small bnt In- 
teresting eacly-Qothlc cbuich (13tli cent,), with a winged altar of 
tbe Cologne school. — The Hartacligaese leads to the E. to tho 
Karl-fruu Univeriit? (PI. E, 3; 1750 students), a» Imposlne 
building by KBchlin and Rezori (1890-96). The Criivtritty Library, 
at Ihe back, contains upwards of 190,000 volumes. — In tho Heoli- 
bauer-Slr., to the S.E. of the Stadtpark, la the TecliBloal College 
(PI. E, 6), a handsome Renaissance building by Wnst (t8t*8"). 
Farther to the E., in the NagleigaMe, is the Hert-Jint-Kirclit (PI, 
y,6) . in the early-Gothic style from Hanberrisser's deaigna (1885), 
^■k beantiTuI stained glass and a lower 300 ft. In height. 

The ■BdhleMberK (PI. C, D, 3, 4; iri45 ft.) lowers above « 

wn. Tbe fnrtlflcations, conBtnictBd In tho 10th aoitt, to protect 4 

iawn BgRinst the Turks, were blown up by the Frenuh in i^OQ IK^I 

V-ti«i I sequence ol'thtj armUHcc, jilieTlheyliulbeenBuccesBfillly itofcad- 

'1 for four weeks by a gjttleon of 500 Austrians sgainat 3000 

snch nndci Qeneral Macdonitld. The plateau In front of the chaJot 

rfresMrarant) , halfway up the E. Bido, ia adoniedwith i Slafua of 

ScTural n'cJ[l«i(il.l853), the nri^nator of the pTomennidea, In bronic, 

frnni Qassai's design." On the S, slope are a quaint Cloek Toutr 

(bl ft, ilgli), belling a gigantic clock-dial, and the Tiii-fcen~BnmiKii 

[301) ft, deep]. On Uie upper platfnrni lire a Cafa-Bnlaurant, nilh 

B, ¥lew-terrace, n Belfry^ 60 ft. high, and four topographical indicators. 

iJho Hohle "View is justly celebrated. Tbe oflurse of the Mur and 

B populous talley, surrounded by mounLdna of beaiililul form, 

esent s moat plctuiDsqnn B«ene. To the N. tleea the Schiickel, N.W. 

E tho Alps of Upper Styrla, S.W, the Koralpe, S. the Bacher Mts. 

A Oahle THAHirai, ilatting every Vi lie. aseeoAi Ihe ScbloBsbcri; in 3 mjn. 
frniQ Ko, K Sack-Stcame [PI, C, i)i fareSOA.! ETwllent GOtlGO. — Pt- 
nKHKiua ascend [SOtdlo.] an (heE. siae. From t]ieCanne>l(eT-PlaUi(PI.1>,l> 

id trom the Wlckeabucgsadse (il 

dDr(-8U. ani 
CPL D. 1), ■ .... 
for bin), lbs i.i 

Tin following ■] 
Plat. (PI. D, S) we 

. of view; tlien desc 

Dommaiilsd. I^did Hie Ocldorf' 
a (IbTO ft.) M far M the [1 lir.) 
. ascend ibaPI, br.) nalU (IfB&ll.l, 
a (o (i/i br.) Jforto-OrUn (1*60 fl t 
orHun ifaria-OnOt nd Lbe 

t^ bnX with a ipUndld ontloolc on tba mou 
Ittr; la the ahitean of LMtHShtl (I'/, be), i 
HOnlgltti (!'/» br.), retaining by tiia Bial'sr 
electric tramvay) t Xaria-Trml (1B40 ft. ; -Bui 

la of the CaillitblUi 

e Ruolo'ffurgj uid- 

. . Jndi*!- Uripmg ti ._ 

mrsnlWeltterl, aidlGi4i^ 

: theiigM btnlc Df the Vhf; 

Tho'Huolik«Hel(SI6aft.;a'/>li - 
I far M ibe (fi/! M.) JforHw-arun 

uttttbWehaitBtotBiig'.'itrgifil^.h . 
amwaj), near which is lie /iwaC.miprww. 
I fl hr.) Tkat! lu Jadtnior/SmutHlpiL Ih 
«y (p. t77i a walk of 3 hri.), — 

arkBd pi 

ri r'nn) il 


), with i(> oLd ehaMan. i .. 

'e 3S ft. in beigiil. Tlie 'View embraces tbs broad va 
,, Qrati, Ibo doaWe lower oC Ibe pIlBrimaga-rfmruli of « 
Behooteli W.W., the Upper Stjrlan MW. (IlosSiehwab 
.nberg Alps; 3., tbe Bacher Hts. 

- ~ hel {4T1B ft,} is most easily asuuidfld fram £"< . , 

lalbk), at Ibe S.E. base of the mountain (lOM. ft'<m O 

he AimagTiAm: oniBibns twice dnlly la B hrt., fan S 

- - ic AtMctil-Ai'iHi (SBea ft.) i"* ir^ ud <W^'-** 

Up (Idd) and ilii: (1 far.) SluitHbirt-tlmiM^ 



frum ilu! (3 brs.} Atitli^li- Uriprui-g (p. 18S) vllt Putli and lilt 
-tljjAOm (rfoiU.) in 2V11-3 hn. 

Tslialb^ (IIGD fl. ; -A'drtauii A^Mifgifrnwi /hh), pleunnll 
nnumE plne-Wfoa», T/iSL la UiB S.K. of Ornlii, nmy no rMclietl tUbti 
uirr. and plJr viiL Hrim^Btf in 1 lie, or in '/i br.'a walk (n 
Btaiinn nr /VcinitffiUm, un Ibo KBUbcIi laitwiy (see below). 


JciceDaii jbe broad vallej of 1: 

11 till H.) iftort (brandi-ii. 

h (BrflnftflK.; & road leafi . . _ 

), la WHMnUn and (10 lire.) JHOtHburv -I 

'vii Bi:iiw,iHiiiniD. Railv 

U) (be vallvf 
i> to the if.W. ] 

„ ._, _ a (p. 3 

U6i:cli (tee nbore] our line dlvergeg 10 Ihe let! rmni Ilia KAIl 

Is vli l-aMatH, fiHif, ».) JYt<H«g-Wiuatier/ tbnacb lo SliHai, 
Jnu-Kltfiah to (28 H.) Dmltti-lMndlbtia (1390 ft.) Frilcherei 
lirulUly-Bltulcd village with u old ehUcBu, Wc ncit iioM 

ihrjnce liy a ■teen liui welWtejil roid ortdlieJlBi) 
iiiandi a Ann view of ilie liimvs VaUcf sad lb 

>lo liw vnJIer or <1ie Dnve id (11 H.) JTaJHvK 
tlllnii', witb • ruined Donulerj, from vvLioli 
IMM or a tiliT» to IllB (Vii br.) rulw.J-stlb-o 

c Uk« Iht train u f ai ai DiviicH-Landil}! 

!'«<*»■« (p. fE6).-l 

Loui'Vi, anil ucenu to IU« riEbl Tit Wt tun.) JTraAfiirn and Uw Parfi 
(B34Sri.: UBS view) lo (l>7i lir.) Af, Maria o> aiaMUPm (UBUft.i 
, ^ ._ .. ^ -.) V«i„*« 

'lun). Tbenca.wa fOtlew Ike 

(TilQn (I.), Ilie bonndiry l>elweeD mjna ana i.'anninia, bdo SKirt ino It 
10 tko lin tu tte (1 br.) dcprauldn lidwcuu tba ^AAiErjIlllftn and 
VoK-Uciwl, in wUob, a llllla talow lu, ii Iha arilUlKh-UsHi (ATSS 
rluilo.l. I'roii. thU point w> mount in 1>/, hr. tnori', tliroucb lbs Or 
Kar. to Hio summfl of IBe •Xnilpa n<«0 fl), llic IUkIu'ii iirak of 
nli're Alpa, JuAlli ealltd Ihe BpniOesa, The Karalrni-Hum I^Oti 

^al. Ak- " ■ 
10 B, TB. 

rs 1(1. IS( 

(p- mi 

28. From Gratz to Trieste. 

Ownji. Jfap, f. I9i. 
II. T':ii>rc8nlriini>In7>/r»/(tarii.(l'nri!.it0fi.»l,!»A'. eOA., 
.. (farea Bl A". \0. MS K. 6U. iB A, BO*.). 

(a. M), -'■ ■ 

12'/.- ja Li 


inlB'/ibriUviiNabruWaoACDriDaori, ^H., inlT'/'bFE,; 

Ponlebbs (II. Bl), ifU M. in ID'/ibra. 

'rilli,. see p. 184. — Tbe line Iraversea the tertilo Qrnlter 

tke riglit bank of the Mur, at saine iltBtaiice from the ilvcc. 

Ptmliinimi on a hill to the right rieea ^cjilon PTrm/iUltm, the 

^H leat of Con 
^^F chltenu of 

FeuK ?4. MARBDKO. 


of Count OoBBs. On the letl, beyond (12 M.) Vftmsdarf. is the 
ih*te«m>f WertMnejfs. Near(15M.)H'HiJun theffoimwMsMOBsert. 
Neit (17 M.) Lebrlitg cpena the ioMnto-ToI, ind « (li'/s M.^ 
LelhniU tie Tilley of the 8ulm. Between tiase two -vBlley* rises 
the <i De-clad Sauial-Gelirge. On a peninsula between the Sulm mil 
the Mur lies the LeHinlUer Feld, where numerous Eoinan antiquities 
have been found, once the site of the Roman Flaiiium Solvmie. 
The episcopal chltean of Seggau, I'/i M- to the W. of Leihnttt, 
contBinB a colIettiDa of Roman Inacripttang. 

Tito train croases the Salm and approaches the Mur. 37 M. 
EhrerJiauim, with a chateau of Baroness Saivi and the miusoleum 
ot the princes of Eggenberg, on b hill to the tight. — 29 M, SpUl- 
ftld (Rail. BeBtaurant], with a chateau of fiaron Brnck. 

To LnTTK»8«BO, 3Si/t M., brancb-lioB in 3 bra. tbroogh tte fertile 
Murlal. The little town ot (l9Vf M.) Budklnburi (G90 ft.) 2fiO0 Ixlub.; 
KaUtr turn OtiUmlthi Saait) baa a Hue Inle-Gntbic ebaich of (be ISlb 
eeDluTT. On Iba opposite bank orihe Kuril (31 H 1 O^er-fiadterihirv, with 
tbe loMlT Iltoated ctaltfuiaf CnunlWarnbraDd (S70 rt.)."!!'/'"- BadelD 
[8&Sft.4 -JIbfAohi), with ■ funoos ciialTbeUe aprln^. Betnllfnl walk lo 
P/i hr.) KapeU0t (lOM a), witb ■ flue liaw lowardi Hiineuy. — Thente 
the train mni Til Eich-MaulliAT/, WaiUeltafiBi. and Kfvdarf to l,3SI/t UJ 
iMHtnOMTg (Bladl Onti), 00 Ibe SfoBu, noted for lU wine. 

The line now enters the VindisuhSuiieln, the hills between 
the Mur and the Draie, penetrating ths watershed by the Egidi 
Tvnntli^W^Ai.). Near(36>/2M.)Po>")its it crosses theFossniti- 
Tal by a yiaduot 700 yds. in length and pierces the Petfuci by 
nieana of the Ltitenbag Tunnel (725 yds.). 

41 M. Hathni^ (8b0 ft,; 'Stadt Mr.Tan, opposite the Elation-, 

EriJicrtoy Johann; Xohr; Stadt Wicn; Traube; Rtstauranl la the 

Gasino ; Bait. Satauranl^ the second town in Styria, with 26,000 

liihab. , picturesquely situated on the left bank of the Drnu, at the 

1 l)aBe of the Po&tuck. The Tappeiner-Plati in front of the Com- 

I lueicial School Is embelllihed with a statue of Admiral Teselthoff 

(1827-71), a native of Marburg. Near it totheN. iatbefflorfl-Parfc, 

with monuments to the Emptror Joitph and AteltdukeJohn. Uarburg 

is the centre of the Styiian fruit and wine oultivatioa and containa 

the provincial poiuological school. In the eubiirh of 8l Magdaltmt, 

on the right bank, are the eitenaive workehops of the 'SildbiAnf. 

Tha (25 mln.) Calvatiatbira and Ibe C/i^hr.) PvrmUdtihtrg ajlbrd a 

et. Urban (ISEO tg,°a pilerimaee-cHa; 

Poiruek, with an BxlenaivB view (drlyi_„ _ , . 

of the moDDlain, tbe ascent or whlelL in eaailf accampliibad In •/. U 

carrtagu and pair thare and back S KJ). 

Fiom KacburE 10 VfllacK and Fi-aatentfsiU, ete KB, SS, 33. 
The train crosses the Drave by a long bridge ^teturesque 

of the town and the Drave Valley to the ri^iit). A broad nltlniS 

now Iraterfledj to the right, the slopes of the P '' "" 
. 48Va H. Kranlthiftld ; 52i/a M. Piagerhof (f"" " 
I tonOi the Junction for BudflpM((Be 

mil ipcings (R. S-iU A',]. Aboul T H. failliei an, im the SoMu, »bidi lien 
forms the GrDRtion frontier, li Marti JlcMUeh iPoilX at the foot Df tlx 
conical Donatiligii (SOODft.), ■ l^vourite polnl af view (sBcendeil In 3'h bu.) 
near the top 1b the FreUeh-BUItt (2S1D ».)■ 

70 M. SI. Beorgtn; 79'/s M. Stori, -with iron-workg, Near OilU 
«ii eitenalveTiewof theSonnloI, ahilly, popuJous, and nndulating 
plain, boanded by tha Sleintr Aipa, is aQddenly diiolosed. 

83'/! M. "illi (790 ft,-, "Er^tTSog Jokmn; EUplianl; Wdsatr I 
Ocht; Siadt WItn), a ple«ant old town on the Sann (6700 Inhnb.). 
Founded by Emp. Claudius rCDfontaCZauftfaCeMa^, attracts viiito re ] 
by tlie pictDreaqneneas of ita envlruna and Its rlier-batlia [in ail 
mer 76-86° Fahr.). Tbs Muieum contains interesting ilomaii 
tiijuItleB (Sun. & Thura. 10-12) other days on applination). On the ' 
tight batifc of the Saim U tho Touin Part, prettily laid out. ' 

(Vi hr.)'iwwt*riF*(151fi fl.) I> a atiu linet point, Ou the wooded' Scblu*. 
berg ilanilB Ibe ruin of Oia-OIH (13flO ft, i 1 dr.), 

The Batha o[ acubaus (1160 fl.i •KurHaai), frequonted chiefly It 
Isdlw, Ho lO'/i M. to ihe N.W . .. ~ .... 

^■1il]pnni<« (wii-n ilallir In Oh* 


with a 

lolhe(i/,hr.) r 

-icnnlona ftom CllU bj JftAatsw "ml 

(la M.) 0„ncMj, (tee aboveji by Sternaleln to (IB M.) nntii 
ttao Sannlal to (fl H.) DmiiAntlal, -nllh III large pottsrlei 
(S hM.) lieubirg (aTWK.), • floa polnl of view. 

Fboh Cilli to rnaB-DBaVBOaa, &t H., branoh- tall way In 4 bra. 
line rant l9 ItaeH.W. tbioueb Ibe Sanptat til fiaroviueh nailSai'in 
in (3'/, M.l SI. Peter (Inn), with ■lalaaUte cafernn, near Iho obaiea. . , 
PngraldAudSruHivia-. — iiH.BtaffuMiHWulau. IB M. Rr.lrfw/ (Poll), 1 
Du the i^t, near ita canQueBCB wllhlbeSann. Tbe line fallow! Uie narrow 1 
Paigrabfa to ih M.) aehOatltbi (Brelnie) and iMV, M.) Wllbm (1306 ll.| 
Inn), nitb Its large ebttcan (ilew from the lop). BeyoDil the pletnissqus 
Pat VUtht iH»)^/iK.) ~ • ■ ■ .-.c-„ .,...._,__.. — 

from the lop) 

J, and at (M^l , 

:. — 13</i M. Winaiiiibmla (ISia 

btm (UBin.) It ascended benee Inli^-ehra 
ou wUeli 1b a pilErlmaee-cbareh and as loi 
tbenea to (Bt a.) MHImt, tee p. IW. 

EieoriloBB tij tl>e BIctntrAlpt, aee Baailktr'i Eaittr* JIfU. 

The train oroBaca tlis Sann twice, and enters the narrow wooded 1 
rsvine of that stream. — 89 M. Markl'Tillfer (736 ft."), with the ^ 
Fiuni-JoBof-Bad and a mined caatle. 

U'lie TraaaJeaef-Saa , preltlly aitnated 

»— fc-" (1S30 R.). on the left bank of lb 

^Kici (Sb-lOa-), roieinbllxe Ihoie al Neul 


! BouteSS. 


-7 K.) uid at tUE toaxi 
£tim riiatr, 2ur £rdctii, mA Dlliori. 

94m. BSmerbad (695 ft.; Pott, st tha stotlon, R. 2-3 K). TJi« 
liitbs or that name, Slav. TtpLltxa C'warm bath'; ST"), nliieh were 
kiiawii Co the Romaiia, beautifully situated ou the opposite bauk of 
tlie Saiin, bave a large Kurhaui (It. 1-B A'.) and pleasant gtoaiiils. 

Beyund litiUcHaeh, 3 U. below Stelnhcuek, l( Ibe ebiteuD »f irrWw;- 
ifrfo, riilag BboTs tbc Save, wilh a nark (cmUiiiiDg rari! rinea fcan. froiB 

Bflmcrbsa in !'/• !■>■- iO if.l. Another ejcuraiim l> lljrOugli \b- " "" 

tat (a tiao-vaUo)' uf tho Sann, *iih grand doliimlla roijlia) 
Willi lis ruined manaalerf <13 U. rrom Komerbali oair. in 2 

9TVi M' Steinbruok (666 ft. ; Rail. RaUaitaiA, with TMma) ii 
* Iblivilig village an tho Satt or Sau, whloh heia falls into Bbe Saan. 
I'Bou eiaiKBaC'Ca lu AaB<H,47 M., rsilnaf \v'l\at. StallDnai AicAl^' 
\t^OvrtStli Ham, mi ZajiniU flo H-nrauU" >a< 


m (SUd-fii 

Bbof). a 

The (rain follows the ravine of tbs Save, bounded ty lofty lln>«- 
oua aliffs. 106 M. Trifail, v\tb one of the largrat cOal-miuva in 
AuBtria (yielding about 300,0OU tons annually^ Tha ooot is ei- 
cavato'J in Urge open guarcies, wbera tho huge leam, 65-90 ft. tlifck, 
lauliled and trebled at plains "by dislocations, riaee in cUITBOf ijiill<' 
Imposing appearance. 109 M. Sugar, the first place in Uainiola; 
114 H. Saoo. The valley otpands. At (lib M.^ Littai the S.vo is 
oroiHcd ; tn the right, the rhkteau of I'oyanek. Scenery itLll ptciar- 
esque. iZlM. Krumilt! 127'/.^ M. i^iuie. At the infliiK of ihu 
Laibaeh into the Save the iliio enters the valley of the toim<.:r, 
13i M. SallocI,. To the N.W. Hue the Steiiiei Alps with the (lniil..u< 
(839B ft,}. 

137 M. Laibaoh (940 ft. ; 'Hail. lieitauTanli *EU.t.l,anli *Stiult 
WIm; Hit. Lloyd, Hit. Sudbahnhof, both near the itation; Caff- 
Iteitaurani Caiina), Slav, LJablJana, on the Lailiaek, the capital uT 
Caniiola, with 36,500 inhab. (chieHy Slavs], lies in an extvnaJvc 
piain encloiod by ■ saocetiiinii of bills liaing in ternnni. The town 
wu severely Injured by an earthquake in April, IB09. The nld 
CaiUe, now a penlleuiiaiy, which ooinroanda tlie town, aironls a 
BUporb view, eipecialty tosarda thaTerglou and the Sanntal Alps, 
Tho Cmludral, iu the Italian style, It decoiated with stncoo maalil- 
aild frcacoea of the l&th oentnry. At the boglniitngot Latter- 

ti'n Aliee Is tho Landes-Mtuetna (aiim. Sun, 10-12, Tbtin. '2-4 
free, other days 60 ft.), with natural history »nd Other entloctlnni 
(Indudlng lacustrine remains ftom Oarniuta) and » pisturc-gallery. 
Tlie St«rn-AIUe is sdoiiied with a bronie Itt'il of Ifnrriiiit tlnMdiii, 
liy Fernkorn (1880). 

Plaawgl walk tliroueh LutUfmannU Ml/-, "li'iil 

□111 eliHInuU, M tbe('/* XO pari! ati4 sMii. .. i a 

favuurile TMorU. TlienM Hirniigb woni 10(3) ■■ n ; 

A uarruw.«auee railway (48 M., i" i bri!j'riii.' u. lU S.r. rr.,in I :>i- 
iBch via [W/, k.) ari^Uipn (brauuL-llBii h. JUtm-^M-, te'A " ' *" '^''"- 

^■te TrUaU. ADEI.SBERG. 

Hhae (lB)5n.i Puif), ■ Oomian-speaMiig town (SSOO ifiOiab.) in llie Karat 

Aaotlier nllwir ruua from Lubseli lo the W. to (U H.) Btsind'ita fl. 
KarAata: Fiiclur}, a little Imm, pleaHntl; gllniilad at Ihe S. faat of llii 

From Liibacti (o nuoeh, aaa B. 30, 

Tbe line now U&veJ&eithe Laibaeher Mooi, aawnmp now largely ,| 
dialned, by meuia of an embankment nculy I'/jM. long.audc 
the L&lbkcb, which already becomes navigable here, though It 
liaia tbe monntsini at Ober-Laibach, only 2Va M. higher np, This' 
rivei is probably Identical with the Poik, wblch risua neai stat St. Fetee 
(p. 194], dlsappearsilltbecaTernufAdelsbergfaee below], le-appesn 
at Flanina as the Uiu, and after a brief 

to the S. of Loitseh. Such phenomena are not uncommon among the 
Juii'on.AIpa, alimeslono range intereecllngCaniiola from N.W. 

Brfore reaching (t50'/2 M.) Framiorf the train crosses a viaduct 
borne by a double seiica of arches, 625 yds. in length and 1^ ft 
high In the centre. It then pafees Obtr-LaSiack (biancti to Liibacb) 
and slops at [160 M.) lOitBah rl5&5 ft.; KrammeT, nnpretendiug]. UisEB 01 Idbii, 31 U. to Ihs ».W. at Loilscb. SiUgeDcB 
twice dallr in VUlta., 2S.-, catrlaea there and liuk in 6-B bts., 13-10 A'.-, 

to Idrin (1090 fl.i •BelacBria 
niulB but one, ilnelr (iluatei 
coveted in im, baTo been 

Tba qoiclEillier ia obtained bj imeUicg and distillstiDu , and pnrticulai 
bx mlilsi tbe bested ud pulTerieed cinrabai wiib unalakBd lime, whi 

BOO torn aC qBinkiilvu'l' of'wbicb about n'°Untl> t^°canverted''^ata plgmi 


tbe noiDen emuloj IbenueLveB in lace-mnhing. Tbis chStean i 
irm, built in ItOT and now tbe mlne-Dfiloe, tlie theatre, but 

tnken to the {'I, M.) Aml/o Parlt and the [I'/i U.) WiUli»-B«. 

1G9 M, Koieit, about 4 M. la tbe E. of which is the Zirkailicr 
See, abounding In Oah. — 177 M. Adeliberg (ISOO ft.; Adilibirger 
Hof; net. Sational; Knme; Rtitaurant neac the gtntion], Slav. 
PontSJna, is a summer-resort of the Trleaters, Fine view ftom the 
S,;Uoaberg or oaEUe-blU (2216 ft ; 26 min.], with its ruined castle. 

Tbs celebrated 'AdBlabeig aiotto, known In tbe middle nges and 
ac<:ideBt*lly le-discotered in me, ll illuiolnaled with eleclric lieht dailf 
In •anmer (April Ifith-Dct. Ifilb) at 10.30 (arim. 5 S. for each person; 

XK (ticket- ofllce nuur tbe cbnreh, omo. from Ibe Italian. 1 £,). Total 
len(tb of tba cnyem, eo f ar u auEsiible, upwards of V/a H. The visit 
uaoaJlj takei l>/i-3 br^, (chair witb roui bearera 12 K.). Temperature of 


, Route. 193 ■ 

AnoUie' rUJw&T rona {roml-albuh (o lbs W. id [UUoaMnd^ n.j 
Kur^avl: M.cSb-j, b UtUrj town, plDiiaolly iltusted U Ho 8. fool el Ihe 
SUtmr Al/u (tm Batditir'i Joilera Atpii. J 

Ftom Laibuh to nilacA, >gb K. AO. ■ 

The line now traTeiseB the Laibacher Moot, a gnaiup now laigely J 
drained, by means of anembuikmeDt nearly li/jH.long,&nd Groseei 1 
tlie Laibach, which already becnmea nailgible here, thoegh It tsanes 
Irom tbe niountaina at Ober-Laibaeti, only 2Va M. higher up. This 
ti v«r ia probably IdenUcal wllh the Poift, which rises near atst. St. Peter 
111. 194), disappesrsin the cftTern of Adelsberg (see bolow), re-appears 
,l( Planini aa the Vat, and after i brief csreer la again loat to Tlew 
lo Iho S. of Loltsoh. Snch phenomena are not uncominun among the 
Julian AZ)ia,aUme»Mne range intersecting CartUolaftomN.W. to 9. E. 

Before teaching (IGO'/a M.) Ftansdorl' the train crosaea a yiadnot 
bonie by a. double aerlea of srchee, 626 yds. in length and 136 ft. 
Iilgli In the centre. It then passes Obtr-La^aeh (branch to Laibaeh) 
and Slops at (160 M.) Loitsoh (15&6 ft. ; Krammtr nnpre tending). 
auifMtl,™ MiBxa OP IDBI*. au.lotheN.W.orLolUch. DillMnoa 
(wito daily <D i'/'bra-, ajf.i cMTiaga tliore andbacfcin 8.8 hrB,, 13-18 iT.i 
......'.. .^i _._!. -■-'-'-- appliaaocs, S-lhn. Tha r— ' ■— '■ 

iji Hoi.dO'ric and Ooii-M and Q,r«ugh the fie 
'> Mria (lOOOft.i •SihaariiT AdUr), Ibe largci' 


cge of Ibe Sala 

.i.ila but ODO llDSlj illualed on 11 

He IdHia. ' 

nie quick 111 

-.vered In 1*9T, havs beea workf 

1B8I1 (tieHel of 

.InilaalOD from the manaeEr, SX. 

iOfl.}. Tba 

nixg an an ay- 

.*«« 1 per tent of quiok.ilver, o 

«u« chiafly Inlhe tor 

m of ainnabar; 

Ml. olouabar aoniHlniui cootallia 

76 per aanl 
re. ^b« fou 

> of Ihapu, 

..liikallvia otmra Tfry ruraly bei 

bich the OPB la 

ixcliEd lia on Iba rlgbl buk dF 

tha Idrlia, ■ 

/" M. lo Ibt 

, H.I!, of Idrla. 

1 miring tbe htaled and inlvariae 


alillation, I 

ind parlicnlarly 

nllb uDBlai 

[ed lime, which 

' iiiliiBH with tbe lulptaur and anU tbe metal 

free. Tbe 

annual yield ia 

.' lU laiu of qolckfilTer, of which a 

bout a taoa 

>d into pigment 

"1 <ba ipot.' Tha mlnan, abonl IfiOO In >xumb< 

T, form a k 

.'Vrrttntm, hullt in IBST and m 

The thaleau of 

t-oCflM, thi 

i theMre, built 

.i.der Maria Theream ud ibir acbi 

Walka may be to ihe Vh M.) Z».(/a Pari and tha (!'/. 

M.) mwm^ 


liiQ M. Rakek, about 4 M. to the E. of which is the ZlrkniUir 

Ste. abuunding In flsh. — 177 M. Ad«Uber(r (1300 ft.; AdtUbcrgtr 

Hnf: mt. National; Krone; Retlaurant near the station), 8Uv. 

iv..f^i«.> i= B lummer-resort of the Trlestera. Fine »iew from the 

..' casiJe-bUl(2216rt.; 25 min.), with its ruined caade. 

-.Ufd 'Alelabari OtattD, known In tba middla tfti and 

.. .IracarerBd In 181S, li Illumloaled wllh clectrio llffbl dally 

■ ■• ■ ",(. IMh) at 10.30 a.m. [adm. 6 K. foreaebpe -- 

.._ > ..■_,._! ^, ^^ other time on payioi 

1. fcom the atallao. ixX 

e, upwarda of 3Vl U. Tbe vlilt 

V la K.i. TempeMUura of 

'I a.m. laem- if a- lor eacn penuo^ 
lay alao be ililted at any otb^T time on payioenl of 


n Gra^^ 


mnuiune ut I.Ma impoBing j;roltD Bjipur nBgoiUed dwidb la (lie uncerUiD 
liehl, and the cya in vain endeayoun to pBnrjlrate i« sombre leuMBU, 
from Ihe buuam of y/Mcb Urn nuiniut of tbn I'sik CEKhea lbs cu. — 
3. TbB KaUer-Firdtnimtl Orolla, conslatiTig of a gucccuiao of rbamben. 
In one of wliicli, lbs BaH Room, ISO ft. Idue ao^ upnvds af 40 ft. bigb, 
balli lake plaee annaally on Wbit-Hondny Knd on 16lh Auguit, -Willi 
brlllluil iUuminBllaD. — 1. Tbe FraiH-Jeitph-EtUaMli erallo, ona of Ibti 
mtul apaclons cavains known, 113 R. in heigbt, 233 ids. in Icnglli, and 
311 yds. Id breadth, containiDE IbB Brtvtdrre, a beight coiDpoeed of frng- 
menu of ilaJaclltee. — D. TliB Maria-Aaia Bnlla, wtUi Utu i^riiw Caharim- 

kbontlM. lo (beW. of tUcAdelebfigGrutto la the Ottok Grotto [•dm, 
for 1-B pen. I K. eacb , B-ID pETS. 3 IT. eiDta], aoiithGr ilterealinc eaten 
WJlh magnlDnnt puis wblle alalacliteJi. 

Fkqm APKtsBEsa TO FalvtALD, 8H., diligEnoe d^j inK/ibr. A^oui 

Lobe (1600 rt.j luu), a viltage wilb a casUe, plcturesquelT eituated al t)^ 
fool of a wall of rock, 400 R, bigh, containing Bevrral fonilied cares. At 

(ISOOft.: Brduhaai), nltb BK) inkab.,'ia a niuumer-ivioH of'tbo Trieaten. 
Tbe ^I'anni (42G5 ft.] ia frequenUi aaeendiul hencB (Sl/ilits., w I lb guide). 
EiteiiBlva view of Ibe Carintbian Alps, llie Adriatic, and tbe coast dflstria. 

Tbe train now tisvor^ee tbe valloy of the Foik to JVeilronrft and 
(183'/iM.) at, Peter (1900 0;.; Rail. Rntaarant; Biidbahn-adtcl ; 
Balinbof' Hotel). To Abtaiia and Fitimt, eec B. 34. 

Heyund St. Peter the trniii enters Bti inlioipiuble and dreary plain, 
Etrewn with blocke of liuiestoae, called the Kant (ltd. Cano, SUv. 
Ktoi), extending ftum Finme tu Roriaiii (p. 'J08]. The Bntface ia in- 
tursected by gor|ea, and pBitly covered with underwood and loose 
BtoseE ; nomerous I^nnel'sbftiied t^vities ('Doliuen'] arc observed in 
the rocks. The fierce N.E. wind (BomJ wMcIi often pievidlE here hoE 
been knawD to overthrow loaded waggnns. The train pasBeg tbniogL 
■is tunnels. — 192 M. Ltmce. — lOS'/a M, DiTiJa (1433 ft. ; 'Bail- 
way IIoUl^ RtalautaM, R. 2 K. 40ft.; Rulawanl ISaliariih 

Aboul It/i U- from tbe atation if tbe -Oniwii PTincaKudnlphetiittD 

ir also be obtained. HluiDinatiou eilra. 

I'nd. TLB iWa, (lowing attaigbt towards a 

wliioh iLo villsgfl and church of St. Cawim 

through It anil Ibfn winds Ibrongb tbe ZWiw 

inl.b of drags ■ndacsiifrad roelia, to aaecomi 

which it llndi its w»y by aaioibar deep and 

farther end in ■ b»utlfDl cucade iiila a 

saainB from the lake, (he river aealn 

flnallj liiiappears from Uie light ot day. 

uilf accessible ftum all aidea by meant 

idbylbeliermanAlplnsClub, The moil 

„ , C'tb tha 'giant Bala Owbb'), tha IWm- 

i Bridfi, tba Ovitmhere HaOe, the Sclirlidtr Oaag, the OHoub- Wart 
-u.. # 1__ -iierfuia, reached by a nataral a-" — " 


2a. Saute. 195 ' 

>OTe. TI1CDC& «e m^f go OB vlL the bold BrtiCi SrMjt^ Ihi 

3 It. Uieli) and ihe omen ~ 

'ItllliStt. above iHb lei 

i<u aua^alA«6^, The 

Eiao, tbo Kniiner BulinBeberg, Hanoi, etc. Tbo viail rnqui™ in afl 2-3 hts, ; 
tIckcU of ^LdmiBsioii and guidea irs obtained al •GombaiU Sell at ifoloDim 
C/iM. io tha 8. of SI, Caniian), Iho headluarturi of the Alplaa Club. Ad- 
misiian to tlis eiottues, CU i. »cb para. ; euida for 1 pars. tO A. pec bn, 
for mocB tliao 1 pert. SO ft. ficli (guide sdVisabla for-evary B-l pera. lo 
a party). Totcbea, candli^E, inaenB,>iDm viire, th:.. are sold at a fiied 
larilt — Prom Ibe station at Uirnia wb may walk tik Unltt-Laui to 
Katavan Id ■/• lii. {an. tX Diiaia de»). From Trieate lo Ualavun, by 
Catgnalt (vrltb a large enltoj, ii a rlrive of S'/i liH. 

FutH DiraoA la Pdi,i, 77 H., nilwar in 3-4i/i bra. B S. Birptlji- 
A-<utaa [1703 tl. i Kait. Keslaurvill, lunation foe Trleata (p. 206). Bleak alony 
re«ion. To Iha left, tba Blmnit (S97S n.). We tr»ecis Iba bleak plain of 
the Ciim, iobabltsd by poor cbatcoal.bnracn. lH>/i U. Ftdgorj%i IV/i U. 
AntUnait; IS M. JViffumh. wllli lupatb riew over the vtaole at Igtria. 
ekIcUng a iteep ilope, we deeeand lo (27 If.) Roan and (Sli^ )I.) /^fnvlDna. 
Pine tIcit of the Honle Mag^lorB (p. 210), the loko of Cep<!, and Iha ia- 

aod a Innnei carry ns dow 
,tMi, and (U'/, B.) Plains 
ilal of I>lrln (SeOO Inhab.l, 

aadlT iltuatsd 
H.) Cafl/OBO" 


to BoruflD, Oroi^Ua, 

'(ra H.) ianfmaro 

icilon for Roiifna, 1 hr.| p. 211), and past SI, VInemH, on tba lell, to 

M.) Za^«lri(ft, (89 M-1 HigHBUo, and (Ti M.) /■ola (p. 2ia). 

a06M. *Hi»M((180f(.). Beyond (210 M.)Oicina we deacend 

ta [212 M.} ProHKo, noted foi; ita wine, and [217 M.} SabruiiiB 

^660 ft.; •Ba«. iititaurnni # tfiSfei Bojuiiri), where the line to Goriii* 

""8) divergei. As Trieste is approached by long curves, a mapii- 

view of the blue Adriatic is enjoyed. 222 M. OHgnana [p. 207) 

la lesslhnii 1 '/a M. below ProaeciM) ae the crow dies. OnthePunladi 

OTignima, Inlherlgbt, [s the handsome chateau oC Miramax (p. 107). 

IJL. SM M. TriBBtB, 800 p. 204. 

^' 88. From Marburg to Villaeh. 

' ■ Comp. Jfopi, pp. isa, iss. 

109 H. RirLWAr In S'/t-a'/i brs. (farea 18 X. 70. 10 A' 30, G K. 70 4., 
c.presB 17 it, 9(1, 18 iT «, *) r 10*.), — BHween Kla'cofart and Vcldeft 
Ibe (leaner un the Wiiit&sr fMa ii pretarabla la tbe tailwiy, and taoldera 
at •iirciilar liekeia ara permlllad a cbnkc. 

MurSurj;, see p. 190. The triln diverges, on the right banit at 
Ibe Oraio, froDi the Triesbi I!aUway(p. IW], and slops at the [2M.) 
Katntaer Bahnhnf, or 'Carinthi&n Station', near the suburb of 8t. 
WajdafTTW. — 4'/vM. LimhaeK To the left, at the Toot of the Baeher- 
Gthirift, rises Schloii RoIrreJn,- Id the tight, on the apposite bank 
of the DravD, Is ilie village of Gam», prettily situated on vine-clod 
Jiiils. — 6 M. FeiitrUi, opposite which Is (he ohilcau o( Wildhaia; 
|) M. Marin-Rait. T^e line oiosica the Lohnilit P'ts^ee through a 
■' ' " ^JVsM,) Faal, with a chateau and park at 

~'' "1. Lornum; 32Va M. Rtifnig-Frrtm. -^ 



hofen, onm^H 
ircinl), at tbi> B 

blriU, oiiiioeile HohcnniaulAcn. 
40V»M. ■Dnter-Dwibiiig {lUOft-j Hall. Reataurani), i 
inDui of the Aricaiaf& Into the Oisve. 

Ibronrti Iho fertile L««nt-T»l. The train crosses Iho )Hii bdiI the Dnnel 
61/^ ■ LnamtMi U ». Bt. Pmta (f 310 fl. ) Ball. RsHownnf , nilb R. ; fVichrp ; 

■~ ■ ■ - ■ pijtlUr iltutteii T'llage, if "" ■'-' '■- -- — — — 

Lbbef tamM in Iffid, wi 



„ £ornJ,.. 


Tie<r. Ke«c the chateau li 

"" with a 


.P tbB fr 

,c Obdacluf eallil (31^0 

Id tbe Diber fiiiecKoi 

JKrcA^irirAf, the prtniertr of Bar«i 
I o! Ihe Koralpi OCOb it. ; aS bn., ice p. t9e>. ud at 
fit/i bra.) end other excurelDiiB may be made hence. ' — 
Kha':k-St-GeDra t^e Lraiu entera the plcturcflque mine 
>oi», and itiread, a Idbb wnael. Kear tSi-ft M.) 
n Ills baths ol Preilau (2S66 ft. ; Kurbaua}, with u 
Bt. Leoshard 13365 ft.; BiMaluri Peifl, »gmall 
bncch. The liDB ucenda vii (U «..) BiirlunftU 

1 ID (M M.) ^rf(i«e Cr' *»)- 

.hig line runs to (Bt X.) OilU. lee p. 191. 

The Tai1wa.y now quite tJie Drave atid taniB to the S. Into Ihe 
pretty wooded Mlsttal, psBBing (45 M.) Oulenstein and (47'/! M.] 
iV<oii!i (1400ft.), with abandoned iron-workE. TheMicBtal contracts; 
the train tiiras to the right Into the Langiteg-1'al, passsB through 
two tnnnelB, and deBcends to (57 M.) Bleiburg (1655 ft.; RaU. 
Baluuranl'). The small town tElcphant; Ochit), wltb a chlU&u of 
Count Thiiin, lies on the tiimfto, I'/j M. to the N. To the S. risas 
Ihe UolaMd Ptiaen (6935 ft.). — 63 M. VdlkennaTkl-KSlmdoT/' 
(UIO ft.), the station for Volkermitrkt (Alta Post), 3 M. t« lbs N. 
From the Elation a flne view la enjoyed; to the S., the long ehsin of 
tbe Karawuiken, ^om (be Ursulaherg and Petzen to the MlttagBkogel 
near VlUacb; to tbe N., the green bille of tbe SauaJpe and Koralpe. 

B»«icou-tiKa in 1 bt. t)1 Ebmdurf, aOueMorf, and MiltlaiitUtJ (-Inn) 
to (11 M.) Blienhappel (1*30 fL; -IHidenlerfir i Pem. Oregcrhiifi, a lirge 
village at tbe inilui of Ihe EbHach-Bach into the Ycllach-Barh, good head- 
ilaartcrB rnr the eiploralion of the Karawanken and Sanotal Alps (see 
Baiditti-; emu™ Alpi). An InterestiPB eicurBioa, especially for mlner- 
BlngiJils. is the ascent of Ibe ■Hi»h-Oliit' (TOSD ft.t I'lthn.); DD*r the lop 
if Ibe nainer Riftioi: SkI. — CiLrtiaBe-rnBd from Eisenkappel (dlilectice 
d^iill) lo IBi/a s7\ Bad VcIlaOi aad aver tbe SiOurt [SffiB A.) la (li a.) 



Beyond Kiibnedorf the train crosEes Ibe Dcave, on the opposite 
bunk of which are tbe cbiteau of iftudrnilcfn uid the provostry of 
Teinach, below tbe mouth of the Ourfc. To the 8., a fine view of the 
Hoch-Oblr and the Koscbuta. — 73 M. Grafautefn (1380 ft.), with 
,u of Prince Rosenberg. The train iioit trosai;! the Ourk 


196 Route 5,1. EISENKAPPEX.. From Itfm 

28 M. WuQhan-Mahnnlerg (p. 189); 33Vj M. Saldtnheftn, 
Ftlelrilt, opposite Hohtnwaulhen, 

JOi/sM. ■nntBr-Dranburg (1140 ft,; Rail. Ratamant) 
influx of tbe Miabach into the Drave. 

Prom CsTsa-DKiDBuao lu Zbltwbc, 61 K., railwii in 3' 
tbrough the fenile Lft«ul-Tal. Tbs Irain cromiFB Ihe JHti anil th 
fl'/iM. tocomilnii, tlM. Bt. PbuI (131U ft,; ilaiJ.Bahmranl, i.i(hR., 
ininftocha-), a prettil; silnaieil Till&ge, U cominuiileil by an i 
Beneiioline obhej, foundod in lOM, with ■ RomaoMquo cbi 
yalaaWe rollectipna. — ISM. St. AnJri (1*80 rt. ; ne«ai:*er;>(icft«-) 

down td 186^ when thej pemoved lo Hatbnrg. — SH/irM, -WoJfibjrgj 


ficAlfUf XircliliileM, ths prapertT 
Tolpf (;cac n. 1 lUi hn., see p. 19 
.nd oLlier eicUTSlonB mav be (nadi 
lesrv the trail 


'"-^''""^■'— "-""a'^ 

wlui (l!83!4 ft.; 5i/ihra.) and oLlier 

7ulml<!/vr Cmtsi, ud tbreadi a lone tunnel. Kear IW/i U.) 
- ■■ _(2685ft.i Knrhaus), wi^Ui an 

.aid (1365 ft. , „ . 

_Jie line uecoiAi via (44 ».) Seic 

Uio Otidaefui' Sauil (31M fl.l to (BIM.) , „, 

In tb« Dtb» dlrecUoD tbti line runs to Col H.) CIIU, 
Tbe railway now quits the Draie nnd turns to the S. into tlt^ 
pretty wooded Jtf£as(ul, paflsins [4B M.) Qutenitein ond (47V» M.J 
iVnooH (1400 ft.], with Bbfludonedltoti-workB. TheMiflBtalcontrBcte; 
the trnin luma to tha right into the Langsttg-Tal, passes through 
two tunnels, and descends to [57 M.] Bleiboig (1555 n.; Rail. 
Ratawanl). The eoiull town fEbpAanl,' Oehte), with a ch&teau of 
Count Thum, lies on the LSiutka, li/a M. to the N. To the 8. tisea 
the lsolM«d FeUen (6«35 ft.), — 63 M. VoUttrmarU- KUhnidorf 
(1415 ft.\ the station far Volkenaurkl (Alte Post), 3 M. to ths N. 
From tbe station a fine view Is enjoyed: to tlie S., the long «hain of 
the Karawankeu, from the Ursulaberg and Petzen to tbe Hlttagskogcl 
near Villacb; to tbe N., the green hillg of the Sauaipe and Eoralpe. 
EiAsoa-I.ITIE in Ihi. Til Ebtnilnrf, aHiKlKhrf, and JIMfauiAo/ {*lnn) 
to (11 M.) Bl.enkapjel (li^BO ft.; •//itdinhrfer: Pen,, angm-hef), a lirge 

alogistj, !• the sitenl of (he •Haoh-Obir (7036 ft. ■, 'i'/tTiM.) i near tbe lop 
is the RttlntT Stfiift H-at. — Cs,Tt\e%e-ior,i from Ei«mk»ppel (dilleenoe 
diily) lo (O'/i M.) OaS ValaA and over tliO StArf tS9B6 ft.) to (14 M.) 
Kaaltr and (SSV< M.J Kraiatum (p. ISD). 

Beyond Kiihnsdorf tbe train crosses the Dravc, on the opt>°Btt« 
bulk of which are the chSteau of Nfudtnttth\ and the proiostry of 
Teinach, below the month of the Gurfc. To the 8., a flne view of tbe 
Hoob-Obir and the KosctuU. — TOM. Qtaftasltin (1380 tt.\ with k 
clinleau of Prince Rosenberg. The train next croBsei tbe GiidBM|H 




\K, iS" V< ififlsGypi stadl 

h^ ^>U»i. ^/ 


to ViUarh. KLAOENFtlRT. S9. Route. 

the Qtcn. On the left, Ebtntal, ■ chnl^aa at Connt Gosse ; c 
right, Piioce Rogooberg's turreted cbnteau of Welanegf. 

79 M. XlBgenlnrt (Bait. Beilawanl). — Hotali. -KtiaB 
OBSTUBBEicn {PI. »i B, a), Hen-Plan, R. 2-8 K., Dmnibiil 60 4. j Su 
(PI, bi A, 3), PernbardiMJe. with Bardfla-wslanniiili Mobsb (PI. ci 
% K, a-4 A'„ B, 80 ». i ObOhbk (PI. d : C, I), ArtlorpusB; Kii 
'l G, U, Kardinsli-Pliiti) L*hh (PI, f; B, 3), Rsbahor-I 
~- ■- " - " - 0»f4«. *a*ier, Wiener 


seS, B. 9-lA'„V. 9 
- " ■• "irdin 

I, 'BeiiiTho 

ir-i 1 K. eO^(al uiehl, 2 m 
lo the Military Swlmmii 

• I, hr. Willi one hone fiOt./'/t br. i K. — Tramway riom Ihfl rail, ila (Inn 
tWmeh Ibe (nwn i " - . . 

See (fare JOaOM- 

Klagmfutt (1460 ft.), the capital of Carinthis, with 2i,300 iri- 
hiib., is chanalngl; aituateil on the Qbra, whloh Is (;otmected with 
Iho V/nrlktr Btc (p. 198) by the Lend Canal, 3 M. in length. Tho 
roiilficatlonB, destioycd by the French in 1809, have been conyeited 
Into a Bint'Slrata. The Mtutum Rudaifinum [PI. C, 4, 5) la situ- 
ated in the latter, neai the station. On the groandfloor Is a large 
•Relief of the QroBB- Clock nor, by P. OliBtl6tch6r{adm. 60 h.). The 
fltat Btory contains the Museum of Natural Uistory (Sun. 10-12, 
Wed. 2-4, free; other dayg 9-1 and 3-5, iOh.); In tlie ieeond story 
are the coiloitions of the Carinthian Historical Society (Sun. 10-12 
and Wed. 2-4, free ; other days, 9-1 and 3-5, 60 &.), Inctading Roman 
and prehistoric antiquities, medimal and modem works of art, a 
library, and the provincial archiiea. Near the muaenm, to the rigbt, 
U the Sehool of AgricuUiire and Mining, with a bronze bust of the 
Emperor Joseph 11. The principal hatl of the L/mdhaut, or Uause 
of the Estates (PL A, 3), bnilt in Ihe 16th cent, by the Eatatea, who 
wore at that time Protestant, is adorned with the urns of Garlnthian 
rnblci and contains the ancient stone on vhich the dulies of Carinthia 
sat to iei;elTe the homage of their taesals [p. 202). In the Nene 
Plstz, or principal square [Pi. B,3), is a fountain with a huge dragon 
of chlorite slate, placed here in 1590. Adjacent Is a bronie Statae 
of JWoriu Theraa, by Ponninger (1872). The gallery (1G4 ft.) of 
the tower of the ParUh Church (PI. B, 2, 3) commandG a flno 
•I'anoraina of the environs (10 fc.), The *Pront-Josef§-Anlagen on 
Ihe Kreutberg, Vs hr. to the N.W. of the town, contain a tower 82 ft 
In height, commanding a beautiful liew ot the entire chain of the 
Karawanken Alps, etc. (adm. 20 h.; reEtaorint). Pleasant Itko- 
liaths In the Worther-See (iteambaat, see p. |98; aUo tramway to 
llie Military Swimming Baths). 

Railway to Ottmdnrf, see p. 901. Ftodi Kla^nfuri a rnad leadi to tha 

B. over Ibe IMU (UBfi (1.) to (36 M.) SraHOwg (p, 199). In tbe FaittriH- 

M >™i^U (■Po>t),'*iOV>''a.'r™ Kalnbor^.' ' " ""' "» • ' »e« 

At the (80i/« M.) station ot KUigenfiin-Lend the train crosses 

Ihe Lend Canal. To the left is the old abbey of VOclring, now a 

^Mt-fMtbiy. At Iho (82 H.) MiUtary Swimming Batht (*Holel 

^^■Mlet 8«e; tcimway to Elagenfurt, aee above} the train reachet 


I : nsoa 

to Vaiaeh. RIAGEKPURT. 39. Routt. 1 

tha Qtan. On 'be left, Ebentat, b uhatc&o of Count Goeee; on 
right, Prince Rosenberg's turrsted cbslcan of Welttntgg. 

79 M. XUgentnrt (Rail. ReHauranl). — Hatali. •K'keii 
OiisTEBUiou (PI. iLt B, 2), Hen.PlAli, R. 9-6 E., omnlbiu SO A. , BmawniT 
(PI. b; *, S). Pi!rBliiirdga.=<e, with girden-Mtlanranl ; Koasn (PI. ci H, 3), 
BuFeesMs S, It. 3-t A'., B. SO A. : Obukek (PI. d , C, 1), Adlareuic; Kabsthib 
Bop (F1. ei O, 4), Kirdinila - PlMr , Ltm (PI. Ti B. 8), B&bniior-Bli'. ti 
Oc>Li>n>iBBtB(P). g; B,S) SUtd-jUI^g. — Ottit. Jtadner, •VHioti Oiiae, 
wilh gardcni SiMitrl/i, Bafanbof-StF,, etc. ~ <Mm finm gr to tbe nil. 
■IkUdu, wlUi oiBboriB I Jt., wl'b Ino bono iK.iO (Uolgbt, 2 ort A.), 
>/t br. *llh one bona fiOA., i/i br. 1 K. - Trunwa; fmm Ibe rail, itnlion 
IbroogbtbelownliilOmlD. Id Ihs Hilitu-y BwinnniugBalba ontheWortlicr 
Sen lOit 30-30 A.). 

Klagmfurl (1460 ft.), the capiml of Caiinthia, with 24,300 iii- 
hsb., U charmingly sttntted on the Obin, which is connected with 
the Wurlhw Sa (p. 1S8) by the Lend Canal, 3 M. in length. The 
fottlDcattona, destroyed by the Froncliin 1609, have been converted 
into » Ring-SlraiK. The lUuteum Rudalfinam (PI. «, 4, 5) U situ- 
ated in the latter, near the slAtlon. On the gronndjloor is a large 
•Belief of the Groes-Glo dinar, by P. OberlerohBr (adm, 60 ft,). The 
first story contains the Museum of Natural History [Sun. 10*1^, 
Wed. 2-1, free; other days 9-1 and 3-B, 40 fc.)-, In the eecond story 
are the collections of the CarintbUn HiMorical Society (Sun. 10-12 
and Wed, 3-4, free ; other days, 9-1 and 3-5. 60 ft.), incloding Roman 
and prehistoric sntiqoitles, medieval and modern works of art, a. 
library, and the provincial archiies. Near the mnseum, lo (he right, 
is the Sfhool of AgricuUvTt and Mining, with a brnnte bust of the 
Empetoc Joseph II. The principal hill of the Lntuihaui, or House 
of the Eslttea (f 1. A, 3), built in the 16th cent, by the Estates, who 
were tt Ih>t time Ftoteatant, is adorned with the arms of CarlnthUti 
noblet and Coataias the ancient stone on which the dukes of Carinthi& 
sst lo receive the homage of their vaaasla (p. Iffi). In the Nene 
PUti, or principal square [PI. B,3), la a fountain With a huge dragon 
of chlorite slate, placed here in 1690. Adjacent is a bronze Statue 
of Marlii Tbtraa, by Pflnningor (1372), The gallery (164 ft.) of 
the tower of the Partih Cfturcfi (PI. B, 2, 3) commands a fine 
•Panorama of the environs (40 h.). The 'Frara-Josefi-Anlagtn on 
the Krcatbrrg, 1/2 hr. to the N.'W. of tbe town, conUin a tower 82 ft. 
In height, commanding a beautiful view of tbe entire chain of the 
KarawanVen Alps, etc. (adm. 20 h.; restaurant). Pleasant liJic- 
baths in the Worther-See (steamboat, see p. 198; also tramway to 
the Military Swimming Baths'). 

Railway Id BioHdiir/, ma n, 309. From KIueDtnrl a road leads lo ths 
S. over Ihe LofM (U26 A.) 10 (36 H.) Xrainitrg (p. ISO]. In tbn Feittrltf 

or ir«4martU (■Post), lOViU. tiom KntiDbatg.' 

At tbe (80'/i M.) sUtion of Klagei^rt-Lmd the train crosses 

tha Lcfid Canal. To tbe left U the old abbey of Vlktring, now a 
^Hk^aclory. At the (62 M.) MiUtiiry Sicimming Batht (*HDlel 
^^HRer Sm; (lunwav to Klagenfurt, see above) the train reaches : 





the bulk of the pretty •WBrther Bee (1440 ft.), 11 M. lone, the N. 
ride uf which 11 skiitB. (Steamho&l on the Wfirlher See, B pleasant 
bresk in tbe lulwnj-jounier, ■eveiiU times dally to Veiden &nd 
baak), To the left, on a ptomontory, Is the ctiiteau of Maria- Lorttto, 
ond farther on, on the 8. bank, Ilea Mnlemlgg, holh with leetiu- 
a and baths. ^ 84 M. Krvmpendorf, with hathB and numerotis 
vDlaB. 86'/2 M. JViticUd; opposite, on a cocky promontory on the 
8. bark, ihe Tillage at Maria -WoHh, 'Kith an ancient GotWc church. 

— 8T>/iM. PSitastiftOli (*Wahlai"i EstaUiahmmt, oonsisting of a 
hotel and twelve tUIos, with restaurant, largo park, etc.-, *Wtrier! 
Hot.-Faa. Ceffeuue; Hotel am See/ Rait, Etalav-rantj, much fre- 
quented as a nnminer-resort, wilh Uke-bsths (mean temperature 
in summer, 73° Falir.). ■ — We neit pass Leonttcin an3 TuKhling, 

Oa'/aM.TBldBnr'WHnp, "WaAitw, in the old chateau, •B'runn, 
all with BWimming and other hatha ; Ricliier; Koinltch; Pent. Ptmdielm; 
Cafi Maro), a favourite summer-resort, Is pleasantly Bitoated ot the 
W. end of the lake. 

On IhB lake at J(w>Ai/-«cMVw, IV> M. frnm VfMen, it tHa -Jufn- 
hilf Eilablitlmtnl, a hotel -pen Bio n (6-10 X.Ji wiU" » tjdropalLic ('Kneipp 
Bjntein'), — A beaniifnl eKeoraion maj be mken (0 the S. to (3 M.) Rai-i/g, 
Willi a cliSteau and deer-park of PrinoB LieohtenaieiD. The aaoent of ihe 
Slmtei'B &VX n.< IVt lir.) is slao reronnnenaad. the lop cammandn a 
deliglitrul •View, 

Iha line quits the lake, trarersee a wooded, undulating tract, 
and at (S7 M.] Fodtrlacli-Faaktria approaches the Drave, witich it 
crosses twice. To the riefitstanda the well-preserved castie of Wtm- 
herg. Farther on, to Ihe M., at the entrance to the OsstMhar-Tal, 
are the picturesque ruins of the castle of Landman (p. 202): 

103 M. TilloDh (1666 ft. ; *mui Moiirr, *B/ihnhof-miel, hoth 
near the Gtatian^ JPoit,' flsfAer, with garden^ ^Rail. Retiauranl'), an 
old town on the Drave, with 8600 Iniiab., the ianction of lines lo 
St. Michael (R, 31), to Lalhoch (R. 30), and to Udlne (R. 3(), Is 
picturesquely altuated In a broad, fertile bastn at the base of the 
DohraiKh (see below). The detached tower of the Gothic Pariah 
Church {16lh cent) commands a fine •View. The Hans-Gasser- 
PlatK Is adorned with statues of Ham Gaaer, the acuiptor (d. 1868), 
by Messner, and of Emp. Juirph II., by Messner and Kundmaiin. 

— About 2 M. lo the 8.W. lies Warmiad VUlath (lall. gtat,, p. 202), 
with warm sulphur-aprtnga. 

The 'Dolirataoli, ur VUlatlur Atpt (TllO rt.), i" lif"' asceiidtd frum 
BMivs (.StOA R. ; *Molireii , Blem), 9 H. in tbe W. or Tlllacb («dc-1iuf<b 

— ■ -0 li-8 ff.l, whsnca a rough road leada to the to»io B brs, Inn on 
niit. Tlie view embraeea the TsIIbtb at <Ih* brave and the flail 

" " " " d Wiirlh, and the Julian Alps to tlie S. — On 

.. .u- hydrujalliic), whenca llie nolir.lseh may l>e 
via HsBinmutlil [aHOtl.], — He pretty Faatil-B<^ 
n Silaud} lies BH. to 11» G.B. of Villaeh. 



^^f 30. From Laibach to Villacii. 

Ccmp. Mopi. pp. lil. Il». 
^ m'l, M. SiHWii (Slaalibahn) 

Lalhaeh, sea p. 192. The train trnveiaes the iirotd plain 
Snu, or Sow, townrds the N. Beyond {Bt/jM.) riimarj^lt spproftcht 
(he fiver. At fT'/j M.) ZwischmicSmtn we cross the Zeitr, 
wblch opeiu the bro&d basin ot Krainbuig, with the Stelner AIpll 
on the right and the Iripla-pealted Teigtou on the left. — l2l/, X^ 
Biiehofladt. — IS H. KraisbnrK (11G5 ».; New Poit; Alte Peil), 
a small town (2500 Inbab.) on a hill, at Ihc influx of the Kanlter Into 
the Sau. To Eisenkappel, see p. 196; (o KUgonfurt, p. 197, 

The valley conliaoM. 24i/i M. Podnarl-Kro^ (Kail, RBBlantant), 
The train croesel the Save and enters a tunnel. 30 M, RaSmaitrudorf, 
at the union of the Wurimer Sove and the Woehtlntr Save. — 31'/sM, 
L««-P'«I(fal(1656ft.;BBiL RBstanrsnli Znm THglav^. 

From itat. Leei.Veldei a Toad (dlllienca In IDmour fi 
in VTtar., 60 A.; one-horsE <sarr. 2 X.) laadi In IhsW.. ore 

ID (S M.) TeldM (IMOfi.; •ffaid tfalliur, •£nrti«ifto(f, bo( 

J\«mal! Jitki'; Xitli'i SimalfiHiml, a favourllB nateilag-placa, cbarmlDElr- 
■ -- ■' - "-■'-— ",. tlOTOft.). On an iilel in the lake riiei Iha 

pilgrfiiiaeij.ctiiiMh of si: irari . . 

adjoining (he nnieii at Uia Louitenhad. 

GTbe Vu.i.11 OF THE WDCUEiHia Bave (or 'SaviUa', lllUe 
a favourKe eiennlnn from Veldei [one-horae csrr. to the WochelDOT Se» 
- ■ ■--■- '" " I llglrt pr- *- "-■-■-" — '- ---■'- " -■ "^- 

road eiouH tlM Icnr ridae belireiD Iha laka of Ve1de« and t^eVallo. . 
the SaTB, and eonUnnu, tU ViOatK Ifimiag, and WiOiacK, to (13 ».) Fairtill 
(IGfiO n. ; 'Piati BOes^li), the chief village in the Wochein, lituated in ^ 
huin at the jvnetlDn of the JVilTlWiath wKb the Sara. The leqncBtertl 
WHhabiar ita (1790 ft.) liu ^!t H. to the W. i its tOirar end CHdtel 
SI, JghMD R, liVtD, peni. (i</,-M/' ^0 i" enclnii'd I>t wooded hUl*. and Itl 

ihL-rfi and t.»ol(, (nolndlBg 3 hni.' lUy, i i.t. Yiam ilieohalBinii theteod 
of the lake a narrow rood aieaoili to the (f Vi hr.) 'aonln Hill CHiO fl.), 

anertum la llie rock, 181 ft. In height, into a dack-green pool at the bollam 
of a narrow railoe en^OHd fcj bnge perpEndicolat nlliTa, — The aicenl of 
(he •Tgrilon or Tr<ilm Igim tl,), the blghetrt peak of Qie Julian Alpa, il 
laboiloiu, hut not very diiQcHlt br BipDrt climbcn (»-10 hn, rmui lb; 
iKM BI. J.>hun ) eulda 13 f.), The night is ipcot al the Harla-Thtr-*— 
irmit ITBflO fl.l, a rluh-hul of Ihe Autrian Taurlit Clnh, B hrs. fnra 
Uirtel. — The ascent li now uhkIIt made from MoiHrana, on ttaa N 
lieo below): np (he Kol valley la (be [n^SVi hn.) iiuriiiHinii-fallJ i 
German Alpine Club (T630 ft.i Inn |n aummer), and tbence vlt the 
niylm anil the narrow aiite ia^oal BO jia. loae) to (he t^?/i hn.) 
iiiK ot Ike Oi-int Terglatt. Has! eilBMlia ■View. 

The tine now approaches the S. base of Ihe Karawankm, amongst 
which Iba Slou [731& ft.) is cansplcuons. — SSi/s -M, Jnatrlmrg 
(l»5^(t.; Kolbl); JO'/i M. Aulmy; 46 M, LsoKanfald (2305 ft.; 
' ' On the opposite bank i>f tbe 3ave ilns (1/4 hr.) Afoiifrona 



est I 

iiaiua). i/Q me opposite nsni ill tne save uns {^74 nr.j mouirona 1 
^^gahmt^n), at Ihe mouth of the Vrata Voiles, 1 </'4 hr. up whieh is the _^^ 
^^Kjbtitdmik Fall, a plctureiqve cuctde 130 ft. In height. Ascent o^^H 



CnTstt.), OB ihe waMobed feM«ec« the S«i 
Wti^Kmfib (tBW It; SftctI; " " — "" ■ " 

> a> n i^^ m -V>>ali^ lata* 0M 
>^Mafai>&). bBvm the lakH, ea^w 

Twa ercMes Ac Wmnilaiit kf k (iadact (!% ft U 
tha Ae mkj miae of Ite £Ut2ia (MA^ IGO ft U^). 

6i SC. Twb, sod Otnee w (60' 1 H.) nitadi, e«c pp. ^i| 

31 . From Brack to TilJjicli ud Udin* ^ VaiieeJ. 

Ctmf. M*39. tf IM, iM, />*. 

SOIL KuL>AiHa%a-)nD«ius\iF7<Aka.t MtwwiBe-iafcn:. 

tar.fjmfn br ae ^e^t-cxrnu. — Fhh Viou h Vai« tjI the 
•nnrWa fM-fci^, UI K, cipiw* ■■ UV< k*.; bna H &. N U &. K c. 

BMiS .«• fc Jhr, ■<• lu 177. Tte miB HtKiga 10 the Tiebl 
from ibc nuis Bae, omcM Ow Mm, tmk Mm t» tke V. Into (he 
nutov MaitaL Tt/j M. XWudsf/. It Ikn crasEa the Mn to — 

10 U. iMkn (1745 ft.; *»M C a» w, Ftm- JomA-PUU, 
ViM. bom the EtKimi; Bit. N<f*ab»ty, it Oe rtadM; Suin$\-yfi 
P»U: KktHtx; Jfoftr, Mc; SMfl. Saldwnt). kion of tO.OOQ Inliab., 
vtlhaUnlliiBitovmSciBsprainnlalMarlbT tbc Mir, U iLe 
Mat it 1 DDle4 (eboal sf nitring. A ndner fonas the ftifiria Fvun 
in ibe ataifcct-flace. Tiev (Mm tLe heiglit B nin. alMne tLe Modern 
OmtA of Ot StAmfloritlt, <« tlie Moi. — To rordmiiay «i4 
ESwnen, lee p. 1^ 

TIm tnin dnenbei > vide dreuit tooad tlie Um, uid to At S. 
of the ntiDih oT Wobmh ttops at tbe (13 H.) «iMlt-BaMw/«T «EaW 
SoiNnf Station. It thea foflowi the left bank of the Mat (pufing 
SeUom GBm on the left) to (1SV',H.) Bt. Michael (■Sail Batamont ; 
JTdMCroivnRiJtiulD^iit tke (taljon), the inaction (in firIt(ol(K.2(>). 

20 H. Kaiienbay; 3S M. £t. Lonn*e». — 33 M. KaittaUBId 
(3115 tt; PoM; Ed), ■ ptettil;-£itiiu«d iDdoftiiil lovn (8100 io- 
htb.). vitii tbe irorkshops of tbe Flite-nilway. Aa uicienl mon- 
(uaeat in the chief sqaue commcmontes the [»it«s vt the pli^e, 
the Tiirkr, snd locasts. Aboat 2 M. to the W. Bet foUati SpiMtty 
(3300 ft.), cammindiiig ■ line liew. — DIligeDoe {tom Kaittelfeld 

I to (7 H.) Sdikati, with i Hue abbey-church. ^^ 

The >*Ue7 eipuidf. — 37>/t M. Zeltv*g lifailiMij HotdJ, ^^H 
eiteosire iran-vorkx. Te t'nter-Dtiabotf uid CUU, see p. 196k!^H 
A1 H. Jndeabn^ (2380 ft; 'Ami,- *Sr<»Nl,- Fiditntr; Al^H 
with gvdnt), t Tety uuJeot toim (4900 Inbiib.), on a height ^^^H 
li^ht bulk of the Hiu, it the foot of the futdJ Alf*. In the |^^| 



Ihe Terglou, sen p. 199. — 54 M. Kronau (2625 ft.; Post), st Iho 
mouth of the pintnresque Pischenvt ValUy. — 59 M. Batachaob- 
WeiBsanfalB ['2776 ft.), on tbe watershed between the Save snd 
the DiKTe. The village of Battchach (JaleoJ lies 1 '/i M. to Ihe fi., 
Weiiitnrelt (2590 ft.: Btuckl; •Post), 'ii/, M. (o Ihe W. 

OharmiDg w&lk la the (1 hr.) two -VdiHiifaU Lsku (3D60 fl.^ Bt- 
imrimO. Tbc Bvdiilfi-Felaa [32X1 fl,), 1)elween llie Ilk 

i78S fl.). 

The train crosses Ihe WiUimhaelt by b vlndnct (125 ft. blgh] 
hen the roety ravine of the Schlilia [hridge ISO ft, high). 

61 M. T«rri», and thciico to (SO'/s M.) '''itoeft, see pp. 203, 


31. From Brnek to ViUach aa4 TTdine (Vmice), 

'Pniilrbba Railtcau, W H., eipreie in IBVi lira.; tuiti 76 fr. 9, 53 &. Ki c. 
(a™p. B.S8), 

Btu<* on the JIfur, see p. 177. The train diverges to the right 
from the main line, crosses the Aftir, and turns to the "W. into the 
narrow MurtaL 7Va M. NIklaidorf. It then crosses the Mnr to — 

10 M, leohon (1745 ft.; 'MM Qiimtr, Frani - Josefs -Pletz, 
V4 M. fiom the staaon ; HSt. Sudhnhnhtf, »t the station; Sleirithof; 
Foit; Kindler ; ifoSi-, etc, ; B'lft ItaUnimnf), a town of 10,000 inhab., 
■with o)d wbUb and towers, on a peninsula formed by the Mur, is the 
sent of a noted achool of mining. A miner forma the fountain FigaTe 
in the maiket-place. Yiew tioai the height 5 min. above the modern 
CiMnh of Ihe Bedempioriata, on Ihe Mur. — To Vordembern and 
Ebmcn, see p. 182. 

The train desciibea a wide circuit round the town, and to Ihe S. 
of the suburb of Waaim alops at the [12M.J Siaats-Bahnhof ot Stale 
iidjtu'oy Statirm. It then follows tlic left bsiik of the Mnr (pasaing 
Schloa Bou ou the left) to (18l/nM.) 8t. Xicliael (*Baa. BttiaUTanl ,• 
Hfliri KronfiritwKudoi^, at the station), the jnnction for Srit(iit(R. 20). 

20 M. KaUenherg; 18 M. St. Loreiam. — 33 M. Enlttelfeld 
(2H5 ft.; Pott; ECi), a ptetHlf-sltuated industrial town (8100 In- 
' ' .), with the workshops of the state-railway. An ancient raon- 

int in the chief square commemorates the ravages of the plague. 
the Turks, and toouele. Abont 2 M. to the TV. lies ScUon Spitlbcrg 
(2300 ft,), commanding a ftne riew. — Diligence ftom Knittelfeld 
to (7 M.) Sekftou, wiUi a line abhey-church. 

The vaUey expands, — 371/2 M. Zeltweg (RaitiBny Hottl), with 

enatve tron-workg. To Untei-DiaubuTg and Oltli, see p. 1S6. 

42 M. JudenbttTB (2380 ft.; *Poil; •Brand; Fichtntr; Front, 
with garden), ■ very indent town (4900 Inhab.), on a height on tha 
light bank of the Mur, at the foot of the Seetal Alpi. In Ibo F8^| 



i, Wbi 


LAUNSnORF. 31. Boute. 201 | 

Hee the Rdrntrlmm (235 ft), built in 1-149-1500 (fine flaw from tlie I 
galler;, 20^), and a column in memory of t}ie pltgiic, erected In I 
1719, Fliie view from the gronndB on the N. onii E. sides of tho I 
Iflwn; also from the Colmwimfiera. Tothe E, ('/< lir.) "'^ ^^"^ <'''*'^»1 I 
and the inln of Lteehtenit^n. 

45 M. ThtUhelm; 51 M, Si, Otorgen an do- M«r. — 54 M. Vnf 
marlit. On i tocky height to the N.W. is the ruined castie of Fraatiyr I 
hurg, with a chspei cDiLtidning (he tombstone of the loinstiel Dbleh 1 
TOD Liechtenstein, 

FaoB tlNSllUIRT-FHiUliKflCBO TQ If .DTKKS Do BF . J6 M. , railWB! 

ii/,bn.. Tit (IUi/s»,) ■otaa (MlOft, i 'Fnit: •Smit), a hdirII lown i 
llires old cbnrebu, commanded taj ihe casUe of Mw-Vurau, 4t H. J 
Ifnufor/ (Pott^ Wallnec); diligciifies iheace Id Eadatadt and to SpllUl, 
p. 18*. For details, see Baidetrr'i Batfim Alpi. 

The tiun qoll^ the Huital at (aS M.) Schafting (to ihe right, the 
chateKU of Bchrattmhtrg, ilov a hotel & penefou] and ascends to 
{63t/eM.lS!.toniftfei!W,on the watershed between the DiBYe and the j 
Mnr. — SeVaM.ffetimnTWjtheTlHsBe, 1 M. to the E., attraots snm- J 
mer-Tlsllors. We next enter a narrow defile In which the Olia form* I 
s series of small cascades. On Ihe right, near {71VsM0 the aUtion of I 
Einod, are the baths of that name (warm alLaUne water, a cure fot I 
guut). The castle of DCrmtrin, the traditional prison of Richard, I 
C<Bur-de-Llon (comp. p. 92), situated on the frgiitior of Siyrii i 
Tarintbia, guards the entrance to the OUa-Tat. 

76ViM. Priesoob (2091) ft,; •Kmitrhof; KUhct; DicU; Pmf; 
Bauer), an old town (3000 inhab.), BtUl snnonnded with walla and 
tnoalfl, and commanded by the ruined cnetles of QcitTibuTg, Lavant, 
Bud Peleraberff, and the remains of the proTostry of Virgiiienberg, is 
picturesquely situated on the right bank of the ifelniis, and la much 
frequented in summer. Gothle Fariih CItureh of Ihe t5th century. 
The DctagoQal fountain In the marliet was erected in 15ti3. 1 

78ViM.Hh-(. Altheinflni of theMetnttalntotheOurfe, I'/jM. | 
Ui the S,, lies ZtBiichemeSmem, with SbMou Fuekitiln, Ihe summer 
residence of the Bishop of Gurli. To the E. is the lonR crest of the 
Saualft (see p. 196); to the S. rise the Kara^i-anlun. At (82Vs M.) 
TTtlhaeh-Altho/'en Is tho chSteau of IJr. Ton Welsbach, inTantor of 
Welabach gas-to anlles. 

!llM.I,(iiuiidOTf[1720ft.;*Baif.Se>EauranO, Tbomostinterentlng 
if Ihp old ancestral castles of the Garinthian nobleJt which abound In 
lliiH district is •JJufh-Oitcru'ih, 3 M. to the 9,W. of slat. Lsunadnrf, 
llie sent oS the KhoTenhUUec family ^nce 1671. This Imposing and 
welt-piescrved stronghold, on a Tock 500 ft. in height, Is reached by 
a winding path hewn in the rock, passing through fourtaen torrcled 
gateways, and crossing three drawbridges. The chapel, with Ita 
nameroua monumenti, and the armoury ue in good preservation. 
Fi ne view from tho balcony and the bastions. 
^■anoM LaDMDDSp TO HCrrnsiiRia, SO'/iH., railway In I'/ihr. Tbn I 
^Hl MraKH lbs QMtcMl!.T,il. tbo principal aaal of ihe Carintblua Irnun i 

In^iiatiT. Httttenbue mK n 
(lOOOinhib.) id tlit -aller, ia 
yields i large proporlion of thi 

ihe Zollfeld, an utausive and st plncea Dmnhy jilatn, wliere many Bomnn 
coins tad olher antlqiiltifB bive been tmiiid. To tbeleft, Jost before [B U.) 
WiUrrt^rf, is lie Handaomfl diiieau of StaS^of. To tbs left of (Bi/. M.) 
XeW'i i» 'iie ehBleau of THUMchiuh, probably eraclci on tbo_ait6 of Urn 

gTimage-ebureb. Bslween Ihese two stations, neft- tbfl road^ is tbe ftnidenl 
D^atl OAati- (surrounded by an Iron railing^ on n'bt«lk, dovm 10 liU, 
Iba dukes of OsHuiWa took tbe oalb of fldBlllj to liuir suhjecis (oomp. 
p. ITO. — li M, Kla}fnM', see p. 197. 

97 M. Bt-Teit ('Stem; iiSsiIJ, an snelent Wwn with 4700 in- 
hsb., on ae Glati, waE tfao Capital of Carlnthia down to 1D19. A. 

■ ftunt4[ii-l)s»ln of white marble In the roarkot-plafie, 30 ft. In dl^ 
meter, excavHted in tbe Zollfeld, ii said to be Homan. The MnBS)l^b^| 
{■dm. Sun, &, Tbuis., lO-l'i) contalna boido inlereating antiqntH^^f 
fiinnd in the environs, etc. ' j^l 

The Una followi Ihe mushy valley of the Otan, 101 M, F«l9tr(£^H 
Fidat. To the right (not leen from the railway) is the roin of Lfebcr^ 
fell, to the left the ruined castle of Rardegg. — 105 M. Glantgg, 
with another old castlo. Tbe valley contraets, bnt beyond (112 M,) 
FtmiTchen (9 M, to the N.W. of which are the bathe of St. LeonUard] 

■ becamea broad and maraby. The line approachea the Oesiacher See 
{1000 ft.), a lake 6 M. in length. — Opponite (118 M.) Osstacft is 
tto vlUage of that name, with an old monastery. 133 M. Satttndarf 
{"OSrlitzenhaus ; Pens. Julienhohe), froquented a4 a Biunmet-rosort. 
From (lISy^M.) Annenhtim Bteam-Iantiches ply Id the 'Kia-H6lel 
Anntnhcim, on Ihe S. bank of the lake (pens. 7-10 A'.). On amonntaiii- 
Bpiu at the S.W. end ol the lake stands tbe min of La7Kl^on{p. 198). 
IQA M. Tillaoli, Junction of tho Franzensfesu and Marbnrg line 

: (Siidbahn), see p. 198 and M. 22. 

Skirting the town, the train mns towardi the 3. and classes the 

Brave by a handsome iron Iridge. On the right Is tbe Dobrattch 

(p. 198). — 130 M. Bad Vitlach (p. 1981, Crossing the Gail, wo 

:i reach (13S'/i M.) Fiimllt and (ISSVs M.) Antoldttein. 

VaOK Abmoiobtbib to HamrAaoB, 19i/i M., rallwav In V/i hr., tbrougb 

.«o amiliug OoiKal wiih iu, numerous vmaEea, vii IfliUdi, «. eia/an, 

'.Utd earlichach-Fimtileh. — 19Vi H- HumiMor [9M.0 R,; 'FbH: aamr) Is 

ft Eharmlnfly situated llitle (olm at tbe monih of tbe Bflich-Tal, tbrouEti 

^ilcli BdiligBncaplieBdailylnthrs. ta(30>l.}XHBahHh(2B3fifi.; Bi^ii, 

•1), tliB beautifully gituatud capital of tbe upper Ualltal, freqaenled u 

reaorl. Froin Kfllscbsch ■ road leads lo tbe K. over itae aaii- 


nn)»nd tbe fWtoi'rtm ^JBOO ft.l lo {Bi/.hrp.j 
IS.} atoifOM ptr la Oania (p. 303). 
1411/aM, Thorl-Maglim. The line runi high np on the left aide 
t the deep valley of Ihe OaUili, and threads two tunnels. jfl 

fte Udine. PONTKBBA. 

^B 14^ H. Tiirrii |>410 ft.; Ballwuy Holel ■} Hdlaufanl; MSrtl, 
^Rlie Btatitm), the junction of the I.albftch Hdlway [K. 30], i largs 
ihi llnely-gitustcd flllBgE and enmmer-reBOrt (SSSOlnhab.), conslBto 
of Vnltf-Tarvii (Teppan), in the Talloy, </2 M. from the stetion, 
end Oier-Tanit [SelbfnOi o" 'li^ hUlalde, 8/4 M. farmer off. 

From Tarrls lo ■Jdridi (2i/t hra.) und la tha (1 hrs.) PfiHU (orr. 8 Ktl 
iMp. aOBi to 16B-irriJMn/rii io*M (one-hom carr. G K.). MB p, 300, ■' 
The train ruiiE to the W. lo (U7 MO Obtr-Tarvii, and HEceildl 
1(160 M.) 8aifiiiti('26i5lt,i PojO. on ibe waterEhed ■ ' 
ck 8e» and the Adriatic. 
-, Tha "LiuthitHlurg {Ci?»l ft.), tti6 laoil froiiiieiiled pilBrimaee-tMOrt ii" 

■PStliUbH, ii eenetslly astended from Balfniii (3-a'/t ' - " ■" "" 

the lop are Ihe thutch ind na Inn. HilanpiTa -View. 

The traiD giadunlly descende on the bank of the Fella, vhich 
risca i little to the N., pset the took-Btrewn mouth of the Stiirra 
Vallty (spleDdid view, vith the jagged Wischberg in the bark- 
eroand), W (164 M.) VjigouHU (2580 ft.). It then pasaes the pii 
loreeque Fort Malborget (with a monnment at Kb base, in mema 
of Ihe herold defence of the fort by Capt. TIensel in 180Q), and crosei 
fh.> Folia to (156t/a M.) Malborget (237a fl.). The largo riUage of 
that nsino (Schnableggec) lies on the opposite bank. 

The train threads Its way through a nanow locky valtBy, whlefci 
(ifTered many difUcuKles to the construction of the railway. IdO Mlj 
Lutnili, with a small siUphni-bath. ileyond Leap'Mikirchtn (1 
left) the line crosoes the mpid Vegttboeh, and leaches — 

166 M. Fontftfcl (1)376 f1.; Kail. Salauranti In the village, 
Paila, unpretending), splendidly situated (Austrian cusUim-house)^ 

The train croises the Pente/ihana, the frontier between AustiM 
and Italy, and leaches — 

167 M. FoBtebba (Ital. cuslom-house; EaU. Eataurant), _ 
village quite Itsliu iii character. Interesting carved altar in Ihe oU 

The construction at the line i^om Ponl«hb> thioogb the vild, 
reeky ravine of the FeUa to Obiusaforte necessitated an almost nn' 
interrnpled teriei of roei-cnttinga, tunnels, brldgea, and viaduirta. 
The train descends rapidly on the right bank of the Fella, and crosses 
it at Ponlt di Uuro by means of an iron hridRe, 131 ft, high. — 
172 M. Dogna (1520 ft.), at the month of the Canale di Fiogna 01 
valley of the Dogn.i, at the head of which, towards the E., rises tba 
grand pyramid of the 'JfontMio or Bramkofel (0030 ft.). 

176 M. Chiojafortfl (1280 ft,; Albergo Pttamnicn, at the stslion, 
with garden), betow which, on ibe left, opens the wild BaccolOTta 
ValUii. The train cTosles the Fella fer the last time at Ptraria. 
179 M, B«j(W(a(1036ft.), atthe month of the BdJa VoUey. 181 M. 
Moggio. The valley of the Fella eipands, and lis rooV-sirewn Boor 
& Intetsecled with numerous water -courses. — 1&4 H. Sltaiont 
HMa Cantia (diligence to Tolmeii^o, 1 fr., tM p. 302). A lltll*' 
^M»t down ih« Fella falls Into the TaffCiamento. 'i 




204 Rr,ult32. TRIESTE, ^^H^ 

188 M. TeiuoBe (765 ft.), an old availed town on the TsgUa- 
enlQ, The train ctosBes the marshy Ruj/ki Biontki by an imposing 
viaduct uf 55 Brcbee, S60 yds. In bugth, and ^utts the TBgUan^eg 
- 193 M. Ocmona-OipedaUUo. 

210 U. ITdlne {Italia; Croce di Malta, eto.), 
A'orf'iem Itati/. 



32. Trieste 

ival. The SUdtuhii SUMan (Fl. B, C, 3) Jiei In Ibe V. of Ihe town, 
'/a «. Srom the Piai;» della Doraa (PI. C, i). Beta O'milmiu 80 H.-i K. : 
tab 1, with two horses Vh K. (from 9 p.m. lo 6 a.m. 1 E. 60 or 2 J. iO ft.) ; 
from Ihe lowa to tha alalion 80ft, ur lA'.; trunk iO*. The Banr AMm 
Slatiea (PI. B, 7} of lie Trlsito, Herpelje, and Pola Hailway Ilea to Ibe 8. 
of Uie (own (innclion-linE bftweun Ihe Maliona for goods ItiSac iinlrJ, — 
Fieri of Ibe Llogd Eleamlioaii M the Uolo Ban Carlo (Fl. B, i) and in Ibe 

HotelB. HfiTsi, DB u Vtli^b (PL Si D, ti, Blva Carclottt 3, on the 
quav, Willi bBtbB, R. from 2<hK. (tb<! inaiiDgar apeaka EneKibli ■HiItu. 
VuLfiun u,!.- Aqniu Hiba (Fl. d; 0, 1), VU San SplridiDDS Si HdTU, 
DsLusitE( C, 1), Via dol'Teatro 2; HdTii: Gbbtbai, (Pl.t: C. 4), ^a 
Ban BkolA 11, B~ i'lriE.; Ai, Buob Pistohb (Fl. a; C, 1), Via San 
BlcolA 30^ HStke, HoNL'SHiBio , Via G. Giilllna li Eokoi-a (Fl. 0; C, 3j, 
FiaizadelUCasormat Hutbi. Oaeni, Plai^zaOrandeS, wllb balhB, -&.ib K, 

□a»g. 0<pfi^i»Ai, diJ jrunfr/pig, OrfMfiiJ, PlaEiaOTaDdc; 9Vivu(id, 
Flaiu del Testio; Siarim, Fiazaa della 6m:ioite, etc. 

Seataaranta Ojeer). farta ncciia. In tba old ExcbaDgB) Vo^picli (ace 
aboue]! SMVilii, Piaita della Borfia 12) jUr-WnH, Via Oaaerma, upposlta 
Ibe Foil OfQcei Biltideri, in the old town, below tlis csallc (tppioacbed 
bf IheVlcalo Santa Uhiara), with good view fiom the gardEn. — Oataria 
In the llaUan atjle: BiiialiK, an tha Canal Grande 4 Botairia, at tbe back 
0! Ibe Kunldplo (PI. C, 4], elo. — The Sordona, Srnntitia, Trntaa, and 
Sariwi are good aeo-fiab. Piviecca ia a balf-effecTeiclne wine like Agti; 

rtmino and lilrlaao, nmallf drank with water. 

Iwoboraa 90h°'<hhT. 1 or H/i K., '•/> It. IVj or 3 i. BUI..'! kr, 3 or 8 A'.' 
Dscb additional V, hr. >0 "r BOA., at nielit (9.8) SOU. more per I/, hr,; 
Inggage Ms. — BoaU 3-3 K. 'pec ora'. 

Blaetiie TTamwaja. TVom the Scichrllo (E.l lo Biriata fS,). (0 mla.i 
from Barala (N.) lo the Sedbahn eioHm, 'I, br.. 30 A, ; Una Bajana (N.) 10 
the Via CtiU (Pi. B, 4], 2>t mln ; from ttie nairiera KiceUs (PI. B, 1, G) 
to tha nana Cm-Is Sotdnnl (Fl. D, 4), 30 mlnulei. The chlot aectioni 
fur vlaiMra are from Iba Biidbabn Slatfon, nlong ike bubiiur, to Ibe Sam' 
Andrea filatloti, 30 min., 30 ft. 1 from the Piuia della Bonn (PI, C, 4) lo 
Iho Llojd Wharf, 'U br., 30 A. 1 from the Lloid Wbwf id Servoia, Itfmin., 
10 ft. 1 from tha Fiaiia della Bona lo Ihe Boaohsllo, 30 loin., 30 A. — Fmm 
Ihe Plaiia della Caiermi (PI. 0,D, 3) glramway ascenda u> (i^hr.) Odflo'i 
(p. Wl), every IS min.; fare up 1 £., dowa 60 A. 

•mill nteamerl lo Farenio,' Bovieno, aAd Fola dallf- Steamboats ■.■t the 
AuHrian Lloyd lo Venice Ibrico, to Pola Biebt limei weeklj; lo Greete, 
Gnnatantinople, and Ibe Levanl once weekly. SlHtmeri of the Huntarlan' 
Cniatlau Co. to Flume and Dalmalla, onee weekly; etc 

Peat ft lelaKrapk OfSee (PI. 13| O, 3}, Pimia della Fpeta. 

Batha. Warm Paltu at the mut da la TWa (aeeaboTs); Oi§ltrrete/ur, 
VU Economo IS (Fl. B, B): Rlclt (PI. ID, 7), on Ihs KiDCbello toad. — Bea^ 
bJithi at Ihe Bagno Pmtuna (PI. A, 6), Nolo Sanla Tere.u, with •RettVHHl^ 
(band 3-4 timet weekly); Bufiui DiKlilir, in the barbonr, oppoailetbe^^^H 

UIhu ; BajnaSzetUiar (nlta [ouma), it BucoIil {p. 9071 1 XiUlary Stiimming 
Jolh, bolow tbo Ifebtbou.c, to the left. Ferry In uf from the bstbi 6 ft. (a 
ingla perBon l2A.Ji Irsmnny from the Piaiia Nejoilantl etBry B minotef. 

Th««tr(y«. Teatn CamtMale or Oiuitppe Virdi (PI. C, i], npfniite tbe 
ri!rEMteo( Tmlrv filodrammofiM (PI. D, »)-. Teatro GoldBui (PI, D, »), 
Iramu snd opccU; P«f>i« (PI. D,3); PoHlmmn ffoueflf (PJ. E,8). 

AmnicuOtDial.irr. nvl>H'^ir.ff«4^Iif,'T<[e-coiianl, JA-. J'.ffiolBpcr. 
- Britiah Cmii] , JIfr. J. £. Spma: vice cnniiDl, Mr. J. A. /faOm, Vis 
Leila Poati 2. — Lloid's Abbnt, Jfr. K. gnmliitm. Via Esn Lbiutv IB. 

at tbo flrWift Somm'. ^oms, Via Belyedere liT, Cunaulir Oh»pl>iii, fln. 
C. F. narndltc. 

TritaU, the Tageitc of Ihe Bomsns, snil the chief seaport oF 
Aostrls, witb 183,000 inbab. (incl. the suburbs), Uee at the N.E. 
end of the Ailristic. It was made s free port, b; Emp. Charles VI. 
In 1719, but since 1891 only the 'new' haiboar is euteide the cua- 
loois limit. About 12,000 Teseels, including 7600 steamorti, of 
an aggregate burden of 2l/s million tons, enter and clear (be har- 
boai annually. 

The HMbonrwM greatly enlarged and improved In 1867-83 at» 
cost of 30 million crowns. From the Neiu flariouruaar (he railway 
station, ivhich Is sheltered hy b, hage breaknitter, 1*200 yds. in 
length, the Old Boaili, with several moles, stretch S. la the Afoto 
Sanu Tereia (PI. A, fi, &), on which stands a Lighlhouat (FanaU 
WariHimoJ, 108 ft. high. New harhours are being built on the 
Itlva Sani' Andrea, to the S. of Ihe town. On the Diva del Pescalori, 
to the N,,ls QtB Health Office {BanM ; PI. B, 6). Adjacent, on the 
Piazza Grande [see below), are the handsome offices of the 'Auslrinn 
Lloyd', a steamboat-company eatablished in 1833. Farlher N,, 
between the Molo Quarto and the busy Molo SanCarto, is the moutli 
of (he Canoi Ormde [PI. 0, 4; 366 yds. long), which is always 
filled with shipping. At the E. end of the canal rises the church 
of Sanf Antonio Nwvo (PI. 4), erected by Nobile in 1827-49 in 
the Greek style ; (o tbo right ll the Servian church of San Sfirtdiont. 
An early morning visit to the f iifi Market (PI. 11) is interesting. — 
'ITie Foil Office (PI. 12), to the N.E. of Ihe flsh-market, has threo 
paintings by Lefter in the main hall. 

On (he Kiva Carciotti (PI. C, 4), to the S. of Ihe Canal Grande, 

are the Palaato Careiolli, with lis green dome, and the Qreek Chmrch 

(Son Sicoll 'Ici Onei; PI. 6, 4), snmptuooaly fitted np. A tew 

paces from the haibour, opposite the Teatra Comunale, ia the 

Tergsstea (Pi. 0, 4), an eitensive block of buildings, containing 

a cruciform aroade roofed with gkss.which is oaed as an Exehange. 

Near the Tergesleo arc the two bnslest squires in Trieste, the 

ViM7.iL DELLA BoRBA and the PiAKKA Qbandh. The Piazza della 

8orsa(PI. 0, 4), with the handsome Old Exchange (now the Chamber 

of Commeiae), ia embellished with * Slalue of Leopold J,, erected 

^^1660. In the Piazza Grande (PI. G, 4) are the Maria Thereta 

^Hmfaoi, eteoted in 1751, and » Statve of Emp. Chartti VI. On 




206 Rouie 32. TRIESTE. 

tlie E. Bide ia the ManMpIo (H. G, 4], rebuilt in 1874, 8,nd on tbe 
S. side is the 'Arulrian Lloyd Falaci. 

The Ooaao (PI. C, D, 4), tho pcincip*! Btreet ot Trieste, which 
leads lo tbcE. tioat the Piszzs dells Bona, Beparates the New Town, 
with its broad and landeome stieeta, from the Old Town. The tatter, 
aestling round the cutle-hill, cooBlBte oE narrow, eteep stieeta, 
Bomc of whlcb are inacEeBsibio to carriages. 

On the way from the Fiazzs Oraade to the cathedral, to the 
left, is situated the Jeanita' dtnroli [Sania Maria Maggiore ; PI. 5, 
0, 0), bnlltin iGll-SI. The little (Prot.) Church of Iht Bcdeemti; 
oppodtc, 1b said to occupy the dte of the earliest Christian shriac 
in Trieate. To the V., a few paces higher ap, Ib the PiasstUa 
di Blecardo, named after Riehard CiEnr-de-Lion, who is safil to have 
been impiisDncd here after his reCnm from PalcBtiue(?^. The Arcn 
dl Riceanio (PI. 0, 6) ia bellefed by some to ba a Roman trinmphal 
arch, but probably belonged to an aq^nednct. 

Ascending the Via della Cattedtale, we soon reach on the right 
the entrani^e to the Huaeo Lapidarlo (PI. 9, 0. 5^ daily 10-2; 
custodian oppoelte, to the left, No. 18, fee 40 A.], an open-aii 
eullection of Roman antiqaltles, In a dlansed tmrial-groand. 

!Dts placeil on tbs upper lerraee wera touod *t Trlesln, lliosa 
. ,,.....,, =,,...,. ...., „ 'aeologUl, 

lower alAquilela. Winekih 

conUIni a Xanmuml (□ him, creBlad tn 18S3, wiRi a 
Ud 1 genius with a merllJKoD-pOr ' 

in loicrtplion fniiD Ills padoatsl ol 

anil -bttkit mi DIber fr&gnienti of ,ul,«^.. 

The loftily-situated Cathedral of Ban Oinito (PI.S, 0,5; closed 
12-3] occupiea the site of an ancient Bodj an temple, part of the 
foandations and some of the colnmna of which are still liBlble h7 
the lowoc. The piesent building was formed in the Hlh cent, by 
the anion of three contiguODs ediflces of the 6fh cent., in early- 
Olirletlan basilicn, abaptistery, and a amall Byzantine cholch with 
a domo. At the baaoment of the facade seTeroI tombstones are im- 
mured; above the portal are the busts of three bishops In bronze. 
' opting terrace commands a fine view of the sea. 
if the ioierlor bai been whitewubad. hnt ibere are loms Inlcr^ 
^Bl«; in the allar-Mceia im Iha riibl \t Christ between 8B. Jualdi 
lliili In Ihsl lo tbe left la tbe Madonna batwHB Gabriel and 
11th cent.), with tbo Ar'iBlln.i beluw (711) cunt.J. Sntau <t the 

of whish Is the HaluTal Biitory Mtueum, lllaGtrating the somplote 
fauna of the Adriatic (Wed. and Sat. 10-1, Son. H-lj. On the 
opposite aide of the court, on the first and aecodd floor, iathe If "' 
cipal Museum of Antiquitiai^veek-iiyB 9-2, Sun. 11-1; fee^ 

206 Route 32. TRIESTE. Cathedral, 

the E. side is the Municipio (PI. C, 4), rebuilt In 1874, and on the 
S. side is the ^Aiistrian Lloyd! Palace. 

The OoEso (PI. 0, D, 4), the principal street of Trieste, which 
leads to theE. from the Piazza della Borsa, separates the New Town, 
with its broad and handsome streets, from the Old Town. The latter, 
nestling round the castle-hill, consists of narrow, steep streets, 
some of which are inaccessible to carriages. 

On the way from the Piazza Grande to the cathedral, to the 
left, is situated the Jesuits* ClLiirclL (Santa Maria Maggiore ; H. 5, 
0, 5), built in 1627-82. The little (Prot.) Church of the Redeemer^ 
opposite, is said to occupy the site of the earliest Christian shrine 
in Trieste. To the W., a few paces higher up, is the Piazzetta 
di Riccardo^ named after Richard OoBur-de-Lion, who is said to have 
been imprisoned here after his return from Palestine (?). The Areo 
di Riccardo (PI. 0, 5) is believed by some to be a Roman triumphal 
arch, but probably belonged to an aqueduct. 

Ascending the Via della Cattedrale, we soon reach on the right 
the entrance to the Mnseo Lapidario (PI. 9, 0, 5; daily 10-2; 
custodian opposite, to the left. No. 18, fee 40 ?i.), an open-air 
collection of Roman antiquities, in a disused burial-ground. 

The fragments placed on the upper terrace were found at Trieste, those 
on the lower at Aquileia. Winckelmeamf the famous German archseologist, 
who was murdered at Trieste in 1768, is buried here. A small temple 
contains a Monument to him, erected in 1832, with an allegorical relief) 
and a genius with a medallion*portrait above; on each side are fragments 
of an Amazonian frieze. At the lower end is the *61yptothek% contaiidog 
an inscription from the pedestal of Fabius Severus, a decurio of Trieste, 
and heads and other fragments of statues. 

The loftily-situated Cathedral of San Ginsto (PI. 3, D, 5 ; closed 
12-3) occupies the site of an ancient Roman temple, part of the 
foundations and some of the columns of which are still visible by 
the tower. The present building was formed in the 14th cent, by 
tlie union of three contiguous edifices of the 6fli cent., an early- 
Christian basilica, a baptistery, and a small Byzantine church with 
a dome. At the basement of the facade several tombstones are im- 
mured; above the portal are the busts of three bishops in bronze. 
The projecting terrace commands a fine view of the sea. 

Most of the interior has been whitewashed, but there are some inter- 
esting mosaics: in the altar- recess on the right is Christ between SS. Justas 
and iServatius^ in that to the left is the Madonna between Gabriel and 
Michael (Uth cent,), with the Api^stles below (7ih cent.). Some tf the 
capitals are antique, others Romanesque. In the Chapel of San Carlo 
(first on the left) are buried all the members of the older line of the 
Spanish Bourbons. 

In the Piazza Lipsia, which is laid out in promenades, is the 
Commercial and Nautical Academy (PI. 8 ; B, 5), on the third floor 
of which is the Natural History Museum, illustrating the complete 
fauna of the Adriatic (Wed, and Sat. 10-1, Sun. 11-1). On the 
opposite side of the court, on the first and second floor, is the Muni- 
cipal Museum ofAniiquitia (week-days 9-2, Sun. 11-1; fee 40 k), 

ReuolUlln. THIESTE, 33. Route. 2()( 

]l RDDtsIiis tenacottas, vases, bronzes, and oUt«r email antiQ^Q' 

I, fhlefl; from TareiitniD, Apulia, unA Aqnileia, Egyptinn ant 

rian lelica, colas, wespona, and objBcta relating to Trieate. 

"Attbe comet of the Via dclliSaaiasnil thePlaEzaGiaeeppins 

the Kum OiTieo Bevaltella (PI. 10; B, 5), haodaomGly flttei' 

Vp and embelliEhed irlth pictoTea and acnlptaree, which vai be- 

' qneathed to the town b; BacoD Aevoltella (adnj. on week-days, 9-2]. 

The Waiia GrogEFFWA is embenLalied with a Mfonumenf lo Emp. 

Miuimiiian of Mexico fd. I86T), in bionie, by Schilling, erected 

in 1875, The nnfortunate prince, who was a roar-aiimiral in the 

Aiiatnan QiTJ, reaideii at Trieste before he undertook liis iH-etanefl 

eKpeditioD to Mexico. 

The PoMtggio di Sanf Andrea (PI. A, E, T), an aveime 3 M. 
long, skirting the coast and cammandlng a series of Hoe views, 
leads on the E. aide of the town, past the Zoological Btailon with 
a Eall-watec aqnaiiam (Fl. A, 6; f of admission apply to the director] 
and the LJotfil Anauil, to Servola (electric tramway, see p. 20-1]. 
The eitensiTe Wharvct of Bm Lloyd Co. TPl. 0, D, T), opposite 
Servola, ma/ be i-islled on wesli-ilayB, 9-li and 12-4 ftioheta ob- 
tained at the gate, 1 K.). — Fiom Seirola the road prooeede, passing 
the [landaome CenieleriM, to ZauU and to Muggia (p. 208}, 

A fasourile resort ia the Bosehello (reatiuronl) to the E. of the 
town, reached by the tramway {Id ft.) through the Via del Corso and 
the Via Sta-lion, pasaing the eliady Giardinn. PubHica (PI. E, 2]. 
Sliady walka aacond hence to (Vi^-)^^ Villa Ferdlnandea (gnrrlen- 
TetiAMtand, on a ptatean 7^ h. above the aea. Adjacent is the 
yttia RenaKeKa, now the property of the town, with park and chapel, 
<'o mm a tiding a charming view of town, sea, and coast. 

l-ii:K«Bioiri. A very pleasant cioorslon (rnlJwa;. to Miramar ttaliom 

i.l.r i /, '.i'<i... oije.toraeWF.*,carr, andp^reTbDatajSJinavte made 
III il>? I liriiE>ii iif 'Mlnmar, tonaerti the properly ■jfBmf. HuIiiiIIUd of 
M.fii,„ (»CB ;.l,NVe), cliannfngly iltnated 5»1. lo IbeN.W. of TtlcilB, nod 
rommanaina • fine view of Trieale, tLo ica, and the coatL {'Sa. Orignme, 
t. Vjt, p<iDB. T-S S.). Tliu beautiful park la Mwa]i open lo tliB pnbllc. 
The suiaptiiniuly-riirnlitied Chilean [a sbown (n visitor! daily ll>-12 snd 3-d 
(Id wlnMrSidl adm.KIt, Good tea-liatUi at fiorn'o [FuaUurul), halfway 
lotwCBD Triealc aod the cliiUu.a lB)eislr. tramway, las p. 201). 

Olliar eicunloni may be takBD to (a'/iH.t eieclr, tramway acep.3('4) 

Obiliw (TdCn n. I •SHia-PHu. air ObtUim\ with a beautlfnl view of Ibe 

town and Ibe laa frcnn the belTBdere-tuwei (ISOO (t.), 10 mln. abDve Ox 

hniBl; 10 B. Ciii<iJfa» (dclvt of S'/i bra., viL CertBalti lee b. 19D), etc. — 

A vi'tV lnl''n.itiDE sieuitjon for a wtiula day (early atart) la by iteamer 

r(. '.'Oil In I'/.hr. to nniMioierQie bin on fool (beautiful T]aw [com tbe 

' .' iir.) /Ma (|{ood Rafoaeo wfnei a. 90tl and alone the abore 

- iiodlatrla (OIM ii Trialii Cngi In Ibg prlaclpal Mama), ■^ 

. rH,aO0lnbah.), the Koman 7iu(<R(niuKi, ua an laland now ; 

:<!> the malnlana. Tbe eblef nUccM vf Interell are IbS, 

"< ' u." />uIaBD niUn», OB lbs >ll« ora Knipla ofCybele. and Ihl' 




I -7 

EevatteUn. TRIESTE, 32. Boufe. 

ea, bcDnziss, mil cither autll &nt[^Q- 
I, rhiefly Icom Tareiitqin, Apulia, and Aquileia, Egyptinn 
riui relics, wins, weapons, and objects relating to Trieste. 
"At the corner of the TlA dells Sanlti and tlie Piazza Olnsappini 
" "" Civico BevolteUa (PI. 10; B, 6), handgonicly fltt ' 
p taS embelliehed with pictnrea and scnlptnres, wbich was b 
^qneatfaed to tlie tonn b; Damn Ueioltella [mlm. on week-daya, 9-2).' 
The PiiliA CiDsBFPWA is embelUahod wilb a 'Monument to Emp. 
Maiimillan of Mctieo (d. 1867), in bronie, by Schilling, erected 
in 1875. Tbe unfortunate prince, ivha nae a rear-admiral in the 
Austrian naTy, resided at Trieste bflfnre he undertook his ill-starred 
expedition to Meiiro. 

The Fautffgio di SuTit' Atidrta (PI, A, E, 7), an BTenue 3 M. 
long, aUiting the coast and comiQaudiiig a serieg of Hue views, 
leads on llie E. aide of the town, past the Zoological Slatioa nlth 
a salt-water aquarioui jPl, A, 6 i for admission apply lo the director) 
and tli« Ua^d Arutuil, to Servtila (electric tramway, see p. 204). 
The ailensiTe Wharvti of tht Lloj/d Co. IPl. 0, D, 7), opposite 
Servola, may be visited on weak-days, 9-11 and 12-1 (tickets ob- 
tained at the gate, 1 K.). — From Servola the road proceods, paiaing 
tiie handsome Cemeteries, to Zaalt and to Muggia fp. 308). 

A faiourlte leaon is the Bosfhetln (restiorant) to the E. of the^ 
town, leaahed by the tramway (20 ft.) tlirougli tie Via del Corso antt 
iho Via Stadion, pausing the shady Oiardina. Pubblica (Pi. E, 2); 
Rliady walks ngcond lioiico to ('/]br.)tho Villa Fcrdinandea (garden- 
leiTaiirant';, on a plateau 7iJ6 ft. above the sea. Adjacent is thSi 
l'iUaBeuo/(riIo,now the property of the town, with park and chapel, 
comnianding a oharming view of town, sea, and coast. 

tralDDtopUMiltcd, and IhcglSoIn. walki Iramwar, p. 301; slBambaa! 

nl lO.tB a.™, and B.lB p.m., returniog from Orignann at i ami 6, rem™ 

li.kollff. aiA,, one-lii.raecarr. *, tirr.anapairfl, bgalBjr.lioBjte made 

lo Ihe fbSlB-in at -Mtrainal, tamerXy Iba propurty of Bran. Kuimlltaa or 

Meiico (lee ^bnve), uliarmiagly iltnaled fin. to llu M.W. of Tiiettt, and ■ 

countandlnB a naa view of Trieila, Ilia lea, and Ihe coaat i'mi. (Mtnanii, 1 

B. 21/,, nmt. T-a K.). Tkc beautiful nark la alirava open lo tbs nublie, | 

The laiiiplaoflalyriirnlaked Chilean la ahown In iIbUdh daily ilVU and M I 

|in wlnlir3l|; aam.eo*. Oaod tea-UtliBat fiar»Ia (reatau'tnl), balfiray 1 

betwatu Tiiuts and Ibc cfaiwan leleL-lr. tramway, lae p. 201}. 1 

Olhaf FjcurBloaamnybo taken to O'/)*!.! eieolr. tramway aee p. SPi) ' 

□biina (1D3S ft. ; •mM-Pcni. alV OCeHici}, with a bDaalinil view of llie 

Ii:>vii ana llie «aa from (be belie iterB-tower (ISB (1.), 10 mia. above lbs 

iKiiult la tt. Cmmlim tlriva of 2Va bia., lil Oorgitmlti mt.iM), tie.— 

A •Try interaatiiu eieucilon for a whola day (Farly atari) la by ateajner 

<y. L'U) In l>Ahr. ti. ttrmi; ont the hill an fuol (beaaUlVil view from tb« 

I I'l lu iVI, br.) /igfs (good IUro*eo wlnsi p. SOi) and atrmg the aboie 

II br.) Oiv'dUtria (OflM ii Trialei Cafii In Ibe ptlnelnal uiaiia), sn 

< . i«nl town 119,300 inbab.), tbe Itoman J<ulnopolU, on an Itland now 

:.i:«clad wlib Ilm mainland. Ths otaief Kliierlil of Inlereal w.n the 

. .,ii4Btvt^ tba Palaan FiMUa, on Iba atle of a Winpla of Cybele, and Ibe 

I'llu nalva Ball Worii. Batorn lo TtlaatB by itnanier. 

^HVanx T»iMTi lo HaaratJE «»» Pot., PB 11., rail«ay in t'h btm, troai I 

^■UbM' ^lA-ao aialim (p.VA; PI. A. B, T). fin'oai' Hia Lh'jd Arirnati 



(n. SOT] Uu lino quita (he srw and ucends in ainDerxu' 
Bplendid tIcwi, lo (8 U.) JSoi-if; tbcni^c Ihrongh sevaril tni 
._ .u. «._.. -,., — p„„ (17 J,, fftrp,ij,.i 

MMsgifi Capodiitriai itola^ 

33. From Trieste to TillBcIi. Isonzo Valloy. 

Cmnp. MaPi p. ItfS, 

■-- t. RBiLwii to (S5i/i M.) Oortrfo fOin) in I'M li". Diligem* 
imni ugriils tu (67 U.) ranrb dsilr in IBVi his. (10 K. 80 A.). Hiilwai Frum 
TBrria lo {«'/= M.) FiHoc* in !'/• It. 

From Trieste to (lO'/a M.) ffoSrama, Bee p. I9S. Near (15'/a M.) 
Duino, with H cbSleau of Prince Hohenlohe, Is tlie pleasant bithing- 
resort ofSi«iono(R. 2-D, board 6 ff.). At San Giovanni the Timava 
emerges fhim a rock, and I'/g H. lover dovn it Tslls into the 
Aiciade. 23 M. Mon/bleont, with miQera! springs. 

FitoK MoBPiLooBB TO VisiDB, 78'/. M-. BiprMfi In 3 hts. — Frnm 
(laV< X) CmigflofW, > thsdelHS fmI (dlUgenca trine daily, fiO h.; ono- 
horse carr. S K. Ibete and back including i/i hr^'a "aj) leads lo (S M.) 
AtnllalaMfHtlaJrtj'i],' PDrltMn;, oneof lUe moal imjoriant of ttas ancient 
Koroan provincial citiea, formetl)- alrongiy fortified, but deatroyed by Anila 
In 152. Thoueh now only a poor village with liarely BOO in&ali., it ia of 

logical Vuidum IB open in aummer 9-13 and 'H-B (40 H). Tha CaOudnU, 

T pllea Buvcral limcB daily in IVtbi. (30 A.) from Aq nllaia 
■■ - - ■ " -■ FoiiaHi Foila), a amall DeblnK- 
"-'-- --' - carina hoapttal tor 

catbcdral of Saii^ 

Aqui]ei&; Esevicw rrom llielowcr. FoTieMisKQiiBiwditirrtytrthimllalt. 
AStbahbqit plica several llmcB daily ^- '■' ■-- •">-■'—■- ■-- 
UironEli tbe iaginte di Oro*i lo Scado (Ft 
porl da 1he Adriatic, with r""" """ """"" 
children. In theurly middle 

ffu/enrfo, alMUilicawitialalei, , , . 

2/atra; kb Batdtttr't fftrlieni 7(ai», 

Tbo Jtne aklrla the N.W. epiirs of the Kant (p. 194) and pasucs 
the sUtionB of Sasrado, Gradhea, and Btibbia. 

35V2 M. Qoriria, Get. Gort (280 ft.; *Poit; mt. Central; 
Union; Angtia£Oro), IhocRpitslof aproTince, andanarithlepiEcopal 
see, with 25,500 Inhab., is charmingly situated on the Isnnso and 
Is frequented as a winter-reaort. PleMwit walks and eicurslons; 
theatre; cuino. The Cathtdral [14th cent.) merits tnapectioni its 
tieagmy contains several Romanesque worki from Aquilei*. Tho 
ProiAncial Mustum, adjotnlng the cathedral, contoins natural hlslorf 
coUectinns, antiqQJties, etc. (open on Snn., 11-1; at other times on 
application). In the Plana Grande arc a tasteful fountain and tba 
elsbotatelT adorned chnrch of St. Ignatius (17th cant), built by the 
Jeealts, whose former convent is now & barrack. Close by, in the 
Yia Oiardlno, is the pretty Qiardino Pubbtieo, with its laxiulutt 
sonthem TegeUtion. In the tipppr part of the town Is ll 
CasUlSo of the Counts of Gorizia, now nsed as a barrack (,Dj 


RAIBL. 33. Haute. A)^ 

Rlgb above tl. 
run (Bbb view), with Uie bnri.l-Tmll (abowD ^^ , _. 
a X. (d. 1630), Heorl V. [d, IgSS), and olber memberB of Ibe Bour- 
LmllT. — AbonlT'/iH. to Ibe N. is tliB Jfsnlg Sonlo (3216 n. -, Iwo Inns}, 
1 pllgrfmage-chnrcli and a floe view. 
The HiOHBoAu leads fiom Gorizis on tbe left bs,nk of tbe laonzo, 
lii Saltano, to [dS M.) Canate (Ino), wberc It crosses tbe dver. It' 
tben lesdE ili Sotuina ta (58 M.) Votiano (KoBon), and ciossos tbe 
Isonzo to (59 M.] Tolmino (Poita), in tbe chlitean of vhich Dsjite, 
sccocdiog to a doubtful usdition, wrote eeveral cantos of liis DiTias 
Comedr. — 70 M. Caporttto; 77 M. Srrpeniaa. 

83 M. Flitiob (1470 ft.; Poit), a poor litlaee in a eeqaestered 
bosin. On tbe W. rises the buge Canin group. The road now qulta 
the lennzn valley and fnlloWE the KoTitmia towards Ibe N., luto a 
defile called the FUtscher Klauie (1746 ft.), guarded by a fort 
Bejoiid this pass, near (00 M.) VniirbTith (Post), a rfew of the 
linpofing Manhart (878a ft.) is discloaed. 

The losd ascends in long windings (Ehoit-cnt foi pedestrians) to 
Oberbntk, giandly situated, passes a small fort, where a handsome 
monument commemorateE the valiant Gspt. Hermann, who fell here 
in 1809, and teaches (96 M.) tbe highest point of the FredU Fati 
(3810 ft. i two pbiin Imu). We now descend, enjoying fine views of 
the light-green Raibltr Ste, to — 

97 M. Baibl (2925 ft.; araftnkront; Post; Hit. Zlatoroy), a 
pittuioequely eltuated Bummer-tesert on the Sclilitta, wltb lead- 
foundries. To tbe N.W. rises the dolomltic KSnigibcrg (6392 ft.), 
t« the M.K. tbe FunfipiU (6240 ft.], with its Qve huge pinnacles. 

The toad thence leads through tbe smiling valley of the ScKitta, 
via KaUviaiKr and Fiitichl, to — 
^_ im'/j M. larvli [p. 203). Thence to (120 M.) Viltaxh, see R. 31. 

^K 34. From 8t. Peter to Abbazia and Flame. 

^K 80 H. BalLWAT In t'/i-! lira. From Vienna to Abba>ia eipreu in 
ISVtbn. (SIX, '20. UK. SO, 29 K. DO A.); thrDugb-eacrlanei ; >]e«piue-cars 
by (he nigtX-onprejg, 

51. FtUr, see p. 194. The line traverses the undulating district 
of theX'orrt(p, 194). Beyond four tunnels we reach (6M.)ft'QKni- 
berg (1330 ft.), with a fine view. At (10 M.) Domtgg - ftMril%, 
which Is overiooled by a ruined castle, the FeairUi(ByilTical issues 
from tbe bill in a copious stieam. The line threads a tunnel before | 
(19>/, H.) Saplamt (1400 it.) and descends, in view ol 
tbe island of Chetso, vii (26 M.) Jurduni (1120 ft.), with a Urge J 
eavem, la (28Vs M.) Abbatia-MaUntUt (690 ft.-. Rooms at tbe rsiL I 
station; Hestanrant zat SchQnen Ausslnht), the station for Abbula, \ 
with a beautlfol view of the sea and ft« islands. About 2>/i M. to J 
theN.E. Ig the amall town oiCaitua, with One view from tbenr' — * 
of tbe Trinity. 
.usiu'i Auilrla, lOth Eiiilop 


210 BouU3i. • ABBAZIA. ^^^^^^™ 

From the aiatioii Iq AbUazia, S'/j M,, omiiilius in Va lir. (2 K. 
40 ft.); carriagB for 1-3 pers. 6, 4 fen. 8 *". The iiew tond m»ltes 
a nlda bend towards tbe E. Pedestijans follow tbe shorter old road, 
wliich descends from tbe stution lo the 3. to (26 miu.J Volosca [see 
belon), and in 20 min, more rexoh — 

Abbarla. — Hoteli. ■HStil Srt^Fiim IPl. a), ■KiItbi, QumiiEEa 
(PI, b), boUi bflongiDg M Iha Sleejiing Cat Co., wllh nsveral villii (logolher 
460 cuoma), K, from 4, buird 8 K.; -QBiso alTKL (PI. h), above (he harboui', 
R. ftamS, U. a, peng. IDE.; UGt. Gf-'iivKtzEimur [PI. 1); IIAtbl EuTt.well 
spokeo uf! ■Bdr.-FENa, Baij^svut (Pi. i), on tha sea; HAt.-Pi^hb, Qoim 
(Fl. k|i HSt. Liokkcb (PJ. Ui I1i1t, Blatisa |PJ, va); Pustuueh (PI. b>. 

_.. .ffniarnrtPl. 
in (PI. fl). 

ia(Pl. a), pens. IU-3ajr.( 
'V«'(P1. p); rur i- 

Villa IfmliM (PI. 0). 

SettnmMt at (lie filial iS<VBni' (aeo above] i ScAmVInr (also peaiiuii|- 
WicBB-SanrOii (p. 2 K,}. — Cafsa : M Ihii BStilQuarimrolKH ibuvej i C^i^ ioijj. 

Bm Batb., near (he Villa AngiulJna (a,lio warm sea-halta), and al 
aialiHa: bath SO A. 

Oarrtagsa. To Casiaa 12 K. fuc 1-8 jets., li ff. for 4 perB., Ibeni and 
buk (inoluiiing a hra, of waiUnsh to flame 12 or UiT. (ihra.lj /ta fl nr 
8 £ (1 hr.Ii iotro-io 6 or 8 ff. (1 br.); UoSiiiice or Fioi'lBac ft Or IB S. 
(2 bri.); ti^ the Sl<^anlt-Sclmtilia«4 on Hoots Ma'jelore 99 or B2 £. (IdcI. 

Tbourlj-toWu™. (in Vtb 


riidn-i'andJfHiicru, 4£. weeUy. — SaflMCAurthBatlaia'/^aUT 
al Iha Hfltel Slefanie. 

Abhaaa, a favourite summer mid winter resort (me^ti temper- 
ature in winter 50° Fahr., in Bummer TT"), lu a shellored situatior, 
wlt)i beautiful grounds and woods of evergreen laurel, ib annuiily 
freciuented by aliout 16,000 visitors. The favoiirite walk is the 
"Strasidvieg^ a path 4-6 ft. wide, which slitrtfl the roaky costt from 
Toloiea. to (3 U.) lotoi. Excnrsiona may be made to the N. along the 
coast to [l/i hr.^ Valotea (Hdtu! Liburuia; Pens. Mignon; several 
testauranli), a prettily flituatedvlllflge andninler-reBort.-, loMolJ«Bi« 
(p. 209), 1 hr.; and to Cdttaa (p. 209), I'/a tr. — To the W. by s 
somewhat steep path, past the Vmlki-Qnet^, to [l>/t ht.l Vtfrinac 
[liJTB ft.). ^ To the S. by the pictureique cnast-road viS lUicl and 
(3 M.) Ika [Krouei Villa Esperia ) to C1'/»M.) LoufUna (H6l, KBnigs- 
villa; H6t, Mlramar; HBtel-Pension Villa Lovrana ; il6l. Villa iris), a 
beautifully situated sea-bathing resort, and(B M.) Mos'ifm/M. — Ftumt 
(p. 39Sj may be visited by staamboil f^A hr.) or oacriage fl'/a lu.). 

Tbe Umta KaEE><>» (rila TAa; 4580 ft.) li alio a delighiral otOecl 
roc an eacuiiliiD on foul (bhrs.) or br curlaga (tea ibutei tu Ow SchBH- 
luiua a diive of 3>A bca.). Tba raat eradually aacenda vii rDtsKii, JAit- 
luirlfi, and Opr/nag (see above}. FedutrlaDi aicend la Ibe W. loll'/ilii.) 
Veprinoc and thence f..llow the road to Ibe (3 brs.) Bli/lnlt-StAMihnit 
(SOlOR,-, inn), whaDCfl Ibe too (ibelt«r-liLiO>e reached b; ngoodpaUi Blong 
IhB N.E. slope Id I'/i br. Eileusiva and beaatirul iLaw. 

The IU11.WAY TO FiuHH fioiQ Alibaiia-Mattuglie descend* li 
wards the sea, ailording a fine view of the Quit of Qoarnero 
tbe islaiKts of Veglia and Cherso. ~ 39 H. Flunu, see p. 39^ 


BS. From Trieste to Fola and Finme by Sea, 

Imw ^..^klT i 

n Tried 

_i'/i-T !■ 

;i5i,d U 

, d»ily in By. 

B 7U S. 


D Fiume 

s IhB nighiy 

9 bn, (cBiUiirtnM onboird). — BuLwti vilBwpeljs f " '- - ' 

liw p. WTi Tift Diraw (in W/^ brB.), *e« p. 195) via 
[in fi/rB tra.l, see E, M-, fmm TriajlB to ParcDa,., si 

The Bteuner Bitirts the hilly, alive-clad coast of latiia. In a bay 
to the S.E., in the distance, llei Capodlilrla (p. 207). — 13 Knota. 
Pitano CCittk di Trieste), a town of 7000 inhab., pictutesqaely 
aitnated ill > b&y, with the toweia mil pinnaclea of an old fortreea 
peeping from among alive'groies. On a promineat terrace la the 
dthedral, supported by arches. On the harbour ia a monument to 
Tictiiii, tlie masieal compoiei (d. 1790). 

Abou •ii/tV. ta the 8. of PJrunD (ilili^enca I times ililly in 10 min.) 
ti raru Sou (eia1>iliinentn BalnsLK, 11. 3-T. pens, S-B K.). wliu a?a snd 
brine blthi, Md 1 H. (iirlbttr on In Banla Lueta (p. 903). -~ About t H. 

We next observe the liglithouse of Salvore, Vmago, and the 
chateau of DaOa. — 29 Knots. OjilanuoMa [2000 iithab.), on the 
site of the ancient JVonentium. 

35 Knots. P«Mn»o (■LucftiJ, a town of 3500 inhab., ia those 
the Iftrtin diet. Tho Interesting CaUutdral dales from the 6th cc 
in ihe interior Ibe decoration of the choir, the tabamacio, 
mosaic patemenls of the '2nd and 4th cent, should be noticed. — 
lUHway to Ttleste, Bee p. 20S. 

Itujond Uie ehtteau of OrstTa, the steamer crosses the Canal 
(ti L«Tne, an aim of the sea Ti/g M. long. To the E. rises Uonle 
MnsgioT< (p. 210). 

44 Knots. EOTigno (Alberi/a alia Ctllf- dt Triale; Ca/Tl M 
MunieipiaJ, the ancient .Iruptnum or Suiinum, a thriving place with 
10,300 inhabitants. The wine of Itovigno is the best in Istria, and its 
hazel-nats are reputed the flnest in the world. The hlgb-lyitif; 
Cafhtdrat of St. Enphemia {contains Ihe atone sarcoplingus of the 
saint, and the campanile is crowned 'with a bronze vane in the form 
of her flguie. The equoie in boai of the cathedral oommands a tine 
liow of the sea and nf the islands («coglie) protecting the coast. 
The old town of Cissa, famous for its purple dyes, la said to have 
ennli it) the so a in the Teh cent, near the present Ughthanse. On the 
-'^. «ide of (he Valdibora harbour is a station of the Berlin Aquarium, i 
v^liPco the interesting fanna of tli« AddaCtr, may be seen and studied : 
. :-itora admitted). On the Island of Sanl' Andrta, to the W., ia an 
■ Menedictiue monastery, now a piiiate residence. — Railway to 

21a BouU as. POLA. From Trleitt 

di Fasana, The Qenoeae defeated the Beet of Vetllue bete in 1379. 
Theee Ulauda yielded ttie Teuetiatia atone for their palicea uid 
bridges ; in San Oirolama, the sODtbemmoat, a huge ijuarry stretch- 
ing Bcioaa the whole island is atill conspicuous. 

Beyond tlilastraitPoU with ita amphitheatre cornea iu sight. Two 
foitided towers, one on Capo Compare to the tight, snd the other 
on tbo Punta del Crttto to tliB left, defend the entrance to the 

61 Knots. Fola. — Hetali. ■Hoibi, Cimtiui. (P). aj C, i), Slr;>da 
Arsea4le. wllti csfi ud rutaur&iit. B..3-6S., B. TUA.; SutiT Pou (PI, bi 
!>, 4), Via Zsni, wilb re«lBuraijt Bud (tutaBD i HStai. Iupesul (PJ. c. C, B), 
VU Sandler, K. iS K. ; &udt Tuieiit, at tbo itenmboat plcT. — Oermiui 

%gitu>nmta. Ohidl JfliM, Via Cainra (PI. D, 3). wilb ^acdauv ^'"11 
BviiarU, behind tbe InCantry baTra<:kB, |Dod cuiainei Hiraiiiart, on the 
quFLf. lliklian; T>a(ffl*<a ai FeetAio Tempio d^Atiguito^ near the qnar of 
tbc Aualrlao Lloyd steaoien. Ordlaarf diibei: mlnalra, a kind at amipi 
rfio cm Mlrichi, rice wilb oysten; /rillura, allcuo, and nrroirs, frisd, 
boiled, and toaatmeal; unldl, Blew; trdcii<«<i (K i^Mljd, TealHiutlal; laiHna 
di tilillo, atiCi hatA; pallo, [ovri; dindttUa, tarkeyt ttivalico, gamei cu- 
tili/lori, caalinuver; iHIcr, pudding. 

Oafea. tknfra!, eea aftove; JflrnniDi"*, well anppllfd wilb newapapecai 
Caffl dil Jfmicipii,, by Ibe Mnnioipio. 

town,' with M"ho™,'™h°'e3'vf i/i hr* t'j^''^ hr.°li):h 1 h». 3 j" 
each V. br. more ID ».i wilb two boraw BOfr,, IJT. 60, 2S., 2 Jf. 60, sod 
6U A. reapEcllvely. To the Kaiierirald 1 K. 40 or 9 S.. tbnre and back 
IK.eanrBK.eun.; to FunlaCriata 3f. lOor 4£. 20 A. — At ntgbt (»e, 
In winliiF 8-7) 3U or ID A. more For eacb drtvg. Trunk 20 A. 

Batba. Bafao Foliu (PI. A, 3; June 1(( to Oct, Ist), ferry G A., balb 
incl. lowElB 40 A. ; Military Saiumtaf Balh, rFserved tor tediei till 11 a.m. 

Put and Tclaiiapb OKloaB (PI. C, 4), Btcida Anenale. 

Poltt, * coiisiderabla ses'port and (since 1860) the headq^uutets 
of Ibe Aoetrian navy, with 36,200 inhab., became a Roman colony 
after tho conquest of latrla by the Itomans in B.C. 178, and attained 
groat prosperity under Ausustua and hia auacessara. Al ■ wai- 
barbour ft was known ai Pietui Julia. In 1148 Pols nai Uieo by tbo 
Republic of Venice. During tbeii contesta for Bupcemaoy thaVene- 
tians and the Genoese repeatedly destroyed the place; since 1811) 
it has been under Austrian aupremacy. 

Several superb Roman buUdinga still eiiat. The Temple of Au- 
gustus, the Porta Autea, and tbe Amphitheatre are enclosed by rail- 
ings. Keys at tbe Munlciplo (PI. B, 4|, where a guide may be ob- 
tained (unnenessary). 

Tbe *Ttinple of Aui/ialui and Roma (Fl. B, 4), adjoining (be 
Municlpio, 27 ft. high, 51 ft. broad, with a portico af ili Corinth- 
ian columns 23 ft. high, and a frieze witU sdniirabia ornamenta- 
tion, was erected in B.C. 19 and Is In excellent proserration. The 
inscription la gathered from the boles made by the nails which once 
secured the metal letters to the wall: Itomie etAngnataCies*riDlTi£ 
(ilio) PatTi Patrln. The narrow and dark celta contains a 
collection of Roman antiqiiitiea. 



Iwther Ttmpit, of wlilcli the back only remaine, ia Bappoaecl 
UAt oCDLans, bnt is mate probabtjr a temple of Roma. Its Bite 
PSelosed by tbe Muntcipio, dating rrom 1300. A buat or L. Cat- 
r« (d. 1864), I pcesorvet of the antiquitiea, has bBen ersnted here. 

From the Uanicipio the Via Seigia, the main street, tona to the 
E. to the Porta Aurea (PI. D, 4), an elegant and lifhlj decorated 
triumphal an'.b in the CoHDihisii styie, 21 ft. in beight, oiecled 
according to the inscription on the liack (Salvia Postama Seigi de 
tna pecunia) by the ftuniiy of the Sergii, who rasdded at Pola. Tbe 
monument dates perhap; from the l&t cent, after Christ. To the 
right, at soma distance, stood the ancient Theatre, now rsRognisablu 
only by a semidrenlir cutHng in the hi!!. ^- Farther to the S.W. 
are tbe large Marine Caiino, with a weil-supplied reading-room and 
a ane garden tintrodnctloii by a member], and the Monte Ziao 
(PI. D, 5| on which lie the nydrographic Ofpei and the Obicn- 
aloty. On the W. side, towards (be sea, are pleas ute-g roan ds, em- 
belliabedwUh a bronze SEolue of Admiral Tf^ttthoff {ff . G4, 190), 
by Kiindmann (1877), and cDramandiog a baautitul fiew ot the 
harbour auii tho town. 

In the auoient town-wall, which aacends the hill to the left ot 
tlie Porta Aurea, eicavations made since 1845 have hronght to 
light two gateways on the B. aide, the Porta EreuUa, the name ol 
whir.h IB indicated hy the head and the club adjoining the keystone, 
and the Farla Oem'ma, ptobabty erected aboDt A.D. 150. Near the 
Porta Aurea lo the H.E. (Glivo San Stefano 5) is the Wuua Ctvico 
tadm. on week-days 10-3, 50 'i. ; Sun. )0'1'2 free), containing an- 
tiquitlei round at Nesaclium (p. 314) and ?ula; prehielurlc vasea, 
sculptures of the Mycenasan period, etc. — The sits of the ancient 
Koman Capitol i« oov occupied by the Outie (Fl. C, 3, 4), buUt by 
tbe Tenotlans in the 17th cent, and restored under Einp. Fisucis. 
(Tisltori not alwayi admitted; the view from tlie grounds a little 
below It Is nearly the same as from tlie Castle.) To the S. of tliB 
castle la the monastery of San Frnnceico (PI. B, C, 4), erected in the 
13lb cent., now a military magailne. Fine cloisters, Romanaaq^ne 
W. Portal (walled up), with tastefol shell-ornamentation. 

From the Porta Qemina ■ street lead* to the M. to the 'Ampht- 
Iheatre (Arena; PI. C, 2), construoted in the time of the AntonlueB 
(A.D. 160 1, 79 ft. in height, 346 ft. in diameter (with room for 20,000 
cpectatora). The encloanre, which is in excellent presertation, 
consists of two rows of arches (1% in all), one above the other, each 
19 ft. high, while a third story contains square window-openings. 

Four gatewaja, precodsd by a kind of Jotting ilory, Ibi object ot 

compaas. The int«'rlor la In a ebaolie rondition, most of the itepa having 




214 Route 36. POLA. 

creepers, and fragrant herbs. The view from the top (where i 
may be awakened) through the lofty arches, embracing the se», i 
islands and promontories, and the green olive-clad hills, is tti 

In the Yalerie-Park, near the Amphitheatre, a marble st 
Empress Elizabeth (d. 1898), by Gancianl, ^as erected ia 190 

On our way back we may yisit the Cathedral (PI. B, 3) 
in the 15th cent, and containing several antique columns, 
campanile in front of it. 

To the S.W. of the Monte Zaro (p. 213), in the suburb 
PolicarpOy lies the beautiful Maximilian Park (PI. 0, D, 6), { 
with a Monument of Archduke Maximilian, consisting of a > 
with a relief of the archduke (p. 207), and ships^ prows, 
goddess of fame above. Near this are several buildings coi 
with the dock-yard (School, Barracks, Hospital, Prison), To i 
on the quay, is the imperial Naval Arsenal (PI. 0, 5, 6). The 
Museum in the Artillery Office contains interesting ship-i 
trophies, weapons, etc. (foreigners admitted to the ar 
museum only by permission of the war-offlce). — The wbu' 
docks are on the Olive Island, between the naval and the conu 

A favourite resort is the Kaiserwald or Botco Sianna (Ristoi 
Cacciatore), an oak-grove 2 M. from the town, on the road to Ji 
To the N. of Altura (1 hr\s drive from Pola) lay the Roman 2fe 
where successful excavations are still carried on. 

On its way to Flume the steamer rounds the S. point 
Istrian peninsula, leaves the islands of Cherso and Vegiia \ 
right, and steers to the N. through the Canale di Faratina ii 
wide Bay of Quamero, To the left rises the Monte Maggiofi 
Abbazia at its base (p. 210). To the E. on the horizon rise tl 
atian Mts., conspicuous among which is the Kapella range (p 

109 Knots. Finme, see p. 398. 



16. Pregue 

7. From Dtesden to Prague 

8, From Aosaig to Komotau Tii Taplitsi. 

I From liirmjti w Bilin, 131. — From TepliU to Loboalli 
The HiUeacbsnpr Fmm Urili In t)DMau_ 217. — Prai 
' Brfti to Priei 
hj. - 
. Fi 

>m Fiagae to FrBnzeii8li9,d via CuUbad and Kgei . 
"■■dno to Knlup. From Luini-Liachin to Beraun, 

From Komolan lo Lhemnita. Frum BthlMken- 

wctOi to Joathiinaihil. i89. — From »™«Mil to Elbogen. 
Fiom Fulkeoau 10 KliDWnta,!, 240. — Eicursiuna fnjm 
Iga and FruaeDibad, itl, 212. 

rlsbad and EnvijODS 

^ From Culibad lo tfaricobad; to Juhuim-Oisorecngtull. SIT 
¥iom Plague to Farlli (Nuremlierg, Munich] 

g KMHtein, From ZdiH m Priilivin, m. — I'runi 

riata to Baai and Dmx; lo EisetiitelD, m 
12. From Eger to Vienna »ii Marlenbad MO 

From HoraidowiUi lo KlaUau. Prom Slrakoiuti to Wallcro. 
K From RillU to Iglau. From WndoiBn Id Wallero, S&3. — 
^L From Itnilweia to LInzi to Baluaa. From EleaiuodBbDcbere 
■T 10 Haderadorr, 2U. 

^Bnun Dreiden to Vienna Tii Tetsthen sod IgUu , . . 265 
^^ From ToUcben to Nimbutf. From Groas-PrieBOn lo 
^ Aiueha, i«e. — Tls GaltadibBrB. KulteobErg, L»7. - 

From Unuiacb-Brod U) PardublU. From Okiliko to BriioD, 

SOS, — Tbaya-Tal. From Znaim to Grasabach, 16B. 
W. From Pr»gue to Vienna ■viS Briinn 200 

a. Vii Lniidenborg 260 

From BUhmlBch-Trubao lo OlmfiH, SM. — Slouper-Til, 

aei. — From Brflna to Tiachnowlli: to OlmtJU and to 
Pieraui to TieDCIlD-Teullli, 263, 2SI. — Frum Lnnden- 
burg lo Zellemdorf, 304. 

b. Via Qrosshach 365 

16. From Prague to Vienna Tli Qmilnd 266 

From WEieli to Iglio, 888, 

10. From Prague to BresUu 266 

a. Vli Miltelwilde 266 

From Cblumeu lo Alt-Pak», 287. — From Wiehaladll-Lkli- 
tcnan to Hannsdorf, 398. 

L*. VliHalbatadt 268 

■WeclialadDrf, 2lia - From HalbsladI lo Mlllelitaino 269. 

nPuduliiUtoZlttau 269 

Ugfleld of KdolggHiu. Ffdoi JoaafaladI to Llabaa, 289.— 
imAll-PakaloPariclinlU. FromTnnlcnan to JoWnla- 

lo daldmherE. ?H. '™"' " "*""' '"" ™ "^ 

Vienna lo Breslau 272 

r Fron Hultdn to Kojeleln 
" "■ " a Olntilti 

plmBU^ From^Olntilts to Jifenidorf, 7Ti. ■ 


"it 16 

I ■Wattaklfchen lo Waelln From „ . 

"— ° ■ ■ • - ■ .lagerndoff, 2ia. 


2il,06u iq-lT '(poll. B^lSOui) 1 

Y ''-"^^"°J'^™ 

. _ _..... ^rigaigt «Bd on the M K bj Ih 

SaiieUi-. JtatiBf., and iHiJanjts t)n ost entic^T ' '^ basio of the J!t6l 
Bgiund Uio Buliaiiini-JtoriKlaK BUU to tlu E of Bobemla Uu HoTaTii 
(SfiGOiii. H.; poji. U,43fi,0UD), 1 biUy regloa Iraveraad by Itae i/nrclt, i 
tiibDtery ul' llic Dinubei beyond the J/o ii p;f 1 lU Oirr G^Wg 

Ibn SudeUcHauDlBiui futiDiuX louDdary h c; f p nrntc 

Irgm UUD^Bry b; ilie TCA/fa CirfiuiMiMi P<i t a 

Moravia runs TT dtrlAIng Aujtrlui 811 s UJ oti 

the province of Troppau on the 'A anil beE 

iB fuiUtHted by Uis £11, I Brds 

III woollen Indusliy (u BrBnn] rivsll 
a^emdarf asd TcKhen) Tij BUult 
ina caaUlcId Tho mangnotun ol 

iravla the fertile Banna produ ea excellent barle; anj 
- "-iiey naar Sui u noted f r its bojil. B"benidaD 

.. Ljorfly (eS-TO'/i) nf the inhabltinla nf Bohsmia and 
the GKAckiiki-SlaToiirD race, vplilch Includes the CftrcU 
Lnd B. BohBBila and fn certain |>avU nf Soravia, tb4 

■.^ !.._,„ ,.. "--"— hand Hie While CariiiibUnn, 

Lgty nnulied cthDngraphlral 

----- . — , — - found «eHttered among the r'teuhij 
inslderabla si a 

a of Uie ea ly blelocy of Uoheuila the anginal 

I boms or the Boll J, rucalla ita uUlemenl hi 

. 0>h DU I Br ) Fran sbont the Time ol 

in ia. HnA Mora la in Iha ^oiieislw of the Qttmai lo 

kflet the mlRnllon of tka Markomann! (f Banrls, 
their fo ms poasaulDai nere oenipied br Sis ou i 
(lueredfajiitaB J are dumg (d, 46tl) aS^aliid) n ml 
aho t-lred Boheinlan k ngduni n flW Chrts uiit] 

. ... ...jrino Bohemia afer lia lime of (Auleougne anl 

_ aU SS Oi/nt imd JfEfhsdhu began the cinvert on of l|0'>^i* 1'heM 
Upnitlsi nf he Slavs van hoiiB er milled by Ainlqilaf CSTO^Bt) llil 
foBOdec ot the Kingdom of Moray a taicli included BDauBla 

The Rint,-dDui of Moravia succnmbed be h tie ineunioDS of Ib^ 
HBeyirs snd lio JVin i fd i In k advanlngB of ihe ilueioo I aaiit 

Ma 1 fe ) K ngi nf Ihe aenuaa hokul 
il UfT Ihe p S9B b Pr« 1 £n>| 

iJ« 78) undar whom ITague v lU 

J^ 1 opulaling the fronS r 

I liOO) ibe riecluBb 
it uf the SuoftiU nai ATUr Llie Ahof t mljpu ol 

La lulavi /^I'mn 

al Qie bBHle of Mob^ct (10261 Id n 
aiaani thB lAsUng jioMeBaion of Hi 

ftcJmaiH /. (Germ. Binp. 1556-61) _ 

fiolHmiiD aUMa mi louns u the 'Ktiiorly Dl< 

"V. (I5:B-1B11), from whom his bmlbn 
in 1608 n-Ilb the help of lh< ~ 


B. 1 X. 30 
■sd Hjber 
Q, 1), In ths Ot 

6, B. 1 k.\ Vjctohia (PI. fi I 
ky-9lr.," "■■ ■ - " "'■• — 

. tliUi, II 

S. (ibesa 

^ pi.' ! ^ U , 41 

B, S), peni. 8-10 £. 



5:. ■""~„.,, 


. ... _...v (u. OKO, KarU-BrHcti (p. 211). S«dalphfii 
■tm'iTi (p. 323), and ibe jIUwuicAuJe [j>. 224]. In ite i 
. >Mim .,_ q^um-wu-i™ r.1 iflm -^ and Day. ^u-uAou in. :eitn DeHi oy 
r, (].. K»), and irMd.KH. /Worn ([.. 338). 

.._ urBnHiiab8ig(p, aaOithBre 
ridee to Ibe Silceda-c u. 330; 1 ».,. 

Thsattoi. Otrman Tliealri {DpEMB, ell 
EH acrmaa Tlualri (PI. Q, 8), rjtadt-Pai 
Maira (PI. E, B|, un tb« FransenB-quay (p. 

Amensaa Osnaul, E""'l«»-ilWli. — Biittih CoDiiil. CigtI. J. W. Forblt. 

Divtna BarTioa in Bneliah n'nitedFroo Ubnrch of Scotland) from Out. 
IDIh lo tbe middle of June gicry lecond Bun. In Iha Bdlel Vlctiirlft-. GbK- 
iiljiip, ;iir. A, ir. Clar*. 

Frineipal &tt»etioni UVi-l dayg). lf>t Dsy. U"utEn (lee below), All- 
UMUr iUov (v. 3K0, SarU-BrScki (p. 211). Jj«di>toA<fiu<i Cp- 31!). /rutiA 

Ci^nf(ffy(p. aiM), andibejIUmmirtuie [p. "■'■ '- -t- -- ■ 

{p. asp) or Sa«mgarlai (p. 580). — and 
riFrlatt), Bf-odicMn (p. 32T), Mredi 
Eidunion to KarlUtiii, gee p. MS. 

JVo^ue (ego n.), Uzechtah Praha, capital of tho kingdom and 
r.rowii-tand of llohemU, tho «eat of tba ImpeiUlgavsmmeiit, and 
tmideacfl of a ptince-acchbiBliop, Ilea moBt pictureB(|uely in a bioad 
basin ou buth baukg of tlie Jfufduu. Iti foundation la ascribed to 
Llbussa, tbe Urat Ducbesa of Boheml& (6th (-.aiit.?). Fiom Ottoku 11. 
it [BoeiTed a municipal charter , and it attained to great prnaperity 
uiidecKmp. (Jhtrleg lY. (iajC-78), when Che uulvetsity and the 
Neuatidt Here founded. Prague was besieged and captured in the 
llusaite War (UM), the Thlity Years' War (1631 and 1648), the 
War or the Aoatiisn Sacceeaion (1741}, and the Second Sileaiau 
War (17U): and it was ocenpied by the Fcuaslans in 1866. Pop- 
ulation n( the town p[op«r 21Q,DD0, of the suburbs Karalinent'il, 
Ziikotc, Wtinhergt, and SmicSow 178,000, together 996,000 (s/u 
llzi-uhd, l/u Oormauu), not Including a garrison of about 9300 tneii. 
The town poaseaaes many medtieval and baroque buildings and 
tower?, and rising above them all the venerable Ilradschin, lU 
liisiocical assDclationa ace also deeply interesting. 

The tovrn la 9 M. in cireniufeccnce, and Is divided into eight 
ilistcieti ; on the right bank of tho Moldau the AUsludl, the ceutru 
ot the town and the focus of traffic ; the Jotefsiadl on tile N.W. ; 
the Neuilndt , encircling (he Altstadtj the Vyi'if'tead ,* and Litbtn; 
on the left bank tbe KWinteUe, in the valley and an the slopei of 
the HcadsDhln and l.aurentlusberg; the .Bradie/iin, vlth the imperial 
palace, on the haigtits of the left bank; and HoltsfhoieUt-Ilithna. 

a. Quarltra on Ihe Einru Bank of the Moldau. 
le OUBSN (Na Pi■!llop^; PI, F, 0, 4, 6), formerly the moat, Is 
(• Onfltt *D<1 busiest «tcvet iii tbe town, cantuKiIng the bu^t 



;'220 Route 30. 

lliopn and the most popular caffia. At Us N.E. end, between tlie 
HylieiTiergafiae, leitdlng tn the Stiat^-Batinliar, and tlie Zaltaetgiste, 
leading to the Altstidter King, tibos the late-Crothlc FalTertarm 
(PI. 6, 4), erected as a gate-tDwer in 147&-84 and leetored in 1383. 

On the left elile of Ihe Qratien aie esTerat handsome Banks, the 
LtutKhe Uavi (No. 26,- p. 218;), and the nccolomini Palact (now 
ByWa-Taronca), with a flno baioque fa;Bde (ca 1738], 

Wa now enter the ALTBTiM. In the Frait Market (OvofnJ 
tch), tn the N.E, of the Grnben, at the end of t!ie short Bergmanns- 
gaiBB (Bavfrska ulinej. in the Qerman Theatre (PI. F, 6), Behind it, 
at No, 11 ElaengasaafieleinSnllBa), IsthHCttrolinnni(PI.F,4, 6), 
the iiniTersity since 1383, hnt now used by the law-faculty only, 
with a One Ootbio oriel window on the side next the mnrliet. Jolm 
HusB lield his 'dilpn tat Ions' in the liall where degrees are conferred . 

Tlie EieengaBse ends tn the Altstadteb ot Gbossb Bind (Velki" 
nSmestt; PI. F, 4J, which has aroaiies on the 8. and B, Gldea. In 
the centre rises the MaTknsaule, erented in 1630 to comruomorate 
the liberation of Prsgue from the Swedes In 1648. Behind llie 
houses on the E. side of the Ring stands the Gothic — 

TeTnkirohe, tho old church of the Uiisslles, begnii In 1370 
by German merchants (sacriiitan, Uiiter den Lauban 18, to tbe left, 
where there h alio the entrance of the chMoh), The •Fojade, partly 
concealed by houses, with its two pointed towers (260 tK. high), eanh 
crowned by four graceful turrets, and the high'pitclied roof were 
added in 1460 in the time of Qenrge Podiehrad, who was crowned 
King of Bohemia here tn 1438. He caused the facade to bo adorned 
with a large gilded chalice (an emblom of the Hussite doctrine that 
the communion ahould be administered in both lilnds), and vfth a 
statue of himself; but after the battle of the While IliU (p. 230) the 
nhsllce was superseded by an image of the Virgin. Fine round- 
arch ad N. doorway. 

In lite Interior, an the Uat iilllar nn the B.B., \t Ihe loinb.stoni!, in 
red muble. ot (he eelebrateil Daniih ulronnmer TVcto BrlAe (il. IWl), 
who was iBTlleil to Praguii In IBSS. ~ On the lilgh>:klUr la an AuiioptlaB 
b; Karl Bkreta, — In the chapel la the left n( the choir i( ■ QothlC &fncl- 

(ho Tight nf the high-ilur. Is a OolLic (oBt, In pewlar, daUsE fnim Uli. 

The baroque K'miky Fnlaise adjoins the Toynkirche on the W, 
I TheABthans of tbe Altatadt, on the W. side DftheOrosgeRIng 
'(adm. on weck-daye 9-4, Siin. and holidays 9-1 ; 40 '<.), was erented 
iJu 1838-48 InamodernOothicstyieon theslteof an older building, 
of which the picturesque projecting chapel, the groat tower of 1-174 
(wltli a curious clooh), the S. side with its Qne portal, and the old 
council-chamber still exist. The stalnea (by 3. Max) on tbe boleany 
of the second floor reptesentfonr rulers to whom Ptagne is indebtoni. 
In the S. wing of the Ralhans are the handsome new CounoK Chamher, 
•domed with two colossal paintings by BroSffe (Buss before (li 

wing cantaina the maiilDipai Archlmi. 

In front oF tbe Ratbaui, ua 31il Judo, 1021, nCter lbs bftttU uf tbs 
Wbite Hill (p. 2SUJ, twentj-Beveii of the litvleri oF Ibe rciiIeBtant ^srtf, 

Feb., ieS3, Iba Eiim« hta beW elsTen ofUcera iit bigb r&nli, l>y WalWn- 

In the Uusgguse [Husova ttlii), i little to tha W. ol tbe Katb&os, 
U the hsnilfloroe *Palatt of Count CCam-8alla>(Pl,E,i,5'), areoted 
id 1707-13 by Fisoher von Erlacli. 

Farther on, In tha Karlsgasso (Katlova ulico}, on tha right, la the 
Clementiiinm (|P1. E, 4, 5), an extensive block of buildings In the 
l>!iroque sirle, etected after 1Q&3 by the Jesuits, cooalatlag of two 
churches, two chapels, three gateways, and four toners. It now flom« 
prlees the srohieplscopal sauiinary, the TJnlferBity Library (260,000 
YOl*. tind S900 MSSOi nktural history oolleutlons , an ofaservatoiy, 
etc. Tha first UDUrt nontaine a *SU(ue, by E. Max (1864), of a 
Btudorit of Ptagua in the cottume of the iTth cent., eracied in 1864 
to CD miueni orate the pattiDlpatlon of the students ia the defence of 
tbe town against the Swedes in 1646. 

In the Kreuzherren-GsGse (Kfi^OTaick^ titda), between Che Ole- 
meatinaoi and the Moldaa, is the baroque £rniiAermtili/l (Fl, E, 4), 
Btacted In 1662-3. — Near by, in the Kreuiherren-PIsti (Kl^isov- 
uickf nsDi&DlO, in front of the Kads-BrQcke, Is tbe bronze Statue 
of OhuIellT. (PI, E, 4, !i), designed by E. JJahnel aai erected in 
1849 on the QOOth anniversary of the foundation of the Unlfocsity, 
with ■llegorlcil flguiei of the feui facultlos on the pedestal. 

Th8 t/irtiwH* of Pr»Bue, (onniled la 1318, ivns siion »ltonded Lf 
flludenli troa evsn psri of Knropo. Weaicl, Ibo iuccMior of Cbirlei, 

uuillcd PngHB and (onniled tUo nnWaMlty of LtljiiU (flOfl) """1 othorB. 
Since 1563 Ibe unlyurslly, called 'Oirolo-FBrdlnaodea', bu hfliin divided 
iutu D Ciecbi.^b ud a Oerman accUoo, lbs twmet ittendcil by 3100, Ibe 
lailsr bf im iludenU. 

The ■SulB-BrOeke (PI. B, D, 4, 6), with 16 arches, 550 yds. in 
length, erected between 131)7 and 1507, was partially destioyeil by 
the lloada of the Moldau in 1890, but baa been lestorod. 

Tbo Altitidt Tgffus, un tbe right bank, ia ailurued ua Iha B. lids 
«llb tbe armorial beariaga of the landl once nulled wllh tbo crown ut 

Ilia leftbxDk are alowerfrnm tbe period of Obailoa IV. and n HBellei one, 
a rclle or Ihs citd Judilb Brttcke. 

Tbe buttresiu of the bridge are adorned with twenlt-cl«bl Statuss 





n 1683 at Hurembarg. 

ifl ot St. John Hebomne, tbe patroD- 
9rldge, waa eEeeated after tba deaiga 


niAGPE. fflMSPRrFf^ 

ody fl;*M 

I lllfl head, 
en vWtfd 

emble tima 1» tLe Moldm, »i>h HvB briiilBnt 
Since mS, Hiien Uic holy inBD wu nnonlasd. 


on ISih M^j. — On the Ictl bonk, on the K»nipn 

Beyond ibe AlUladler MiihUn and an ancient Waltr Toirer is the 
FsANZHNs-QcAi (PL B, 5), loading to tha Kbibbt- Franz -BmeliB 
{p .2'J63. In the middle of the Qnai stands the Monnmntt af Fran- 
ria II., a Gothic fonntain dagigned by Joa, Krannei (1845), with a 
broazB aqtieEtrian flgiire of tbe emperor and allegorical sUtiiee in 
Bsndsl^tne by Jos. Hm. 

To tbe B. or llie Frwria Uonnmenl. in Uie Selhleheois FJali (BelLaiunk<i 
nain^ll; PJ. E, D), once aloud Ibe bouse ot Join: B^m [ai'w K<j. TJ nnd Uia 
eilapo! In which be prearhcii, — At No. 1 in ItaprMfi Rchfrnlan /Hgm'rlal 
Utaiim (opsn on Sua. A liolidays In summer, 9-13, nlm. 20 A. : U clber 
tlniea on ai-iilicaUon to Ihe keeper, 1 S.). 

Below the KarlB-Brilelie is the Rudolfi-QuaifltibteHiiai. prince 
Hudolffl; PI. E, 4), on the right banV, on which stand the Acadtmy 
of AH (foundsd in 1800) and the Bndolphinniu. The Ketltnsteg 
('chain Tootbridge'; toll '2 ft.) crosses the rirer to Eleinselte, 

The Bndolphinnin (Fl. K, 4) was erected in 18B4 from dfisigns 
hy Zitck and Schvlt. The S. wing eonlaina the Oonserratory of Miiaic 
and two oonoeit-tooins; the N. wing oonlaioa the Alt-IniiuBttlal 
Muiaiim, the exhibitions of the Art Union (15tb April to llhh June 
annually), and on the Scat flooi the pisto re-gal kry of tbe Bubemian 
'Kttostfreunde'. Adni. to the picture-gallery and collection of en- 
jiravinga, free, daily 11-3 except Man.; entrance rrom the side neit 
the Moldau. — In the flr£t room are aold uatalogoea of the pictures 
(]y89i 1 K. 60 /i., with 30 photographs 4 K.) and of the eliBravings 
(1886; 20 ft.). 

PIdtiire OsUnj. Rnoii I (anteroom): Scnlplures iauluding a rflWr Af 
the Msdonn* b} Atid. (filto Robbia. — To llie rlibt ia Soom II (old Oemlin 
BBfl DnleU sebuDl.). On the right: mi. School of TUtdiTlr of Praam.'Velt^e 
plelurtorArcbbisbopOikoolWlawiliiin. — aS2Ii. Bungim tafSiarlfm, 
Vllneei MltiF iD Ibree netltina, ••^. Jan Sonatrt, enrnameA Vabnir, 
Bt. Lnkc (Ibe 'Prigne Dnmbild'); 4Sa. Umler of Ai DialU oflhrtO, 
Adoration of Ibe Magi ; on Ibe wisga the funlly o! tbo donor. — 9T». Bani 
Boltrii At rp<«^ge>-, Forlralt of Lidv Vaui (uHeltia] al Ilimploi Courllt 
•31. Bani Hal*!"? Or/™, Msrlrrdom of SI. Dorothea (IfilB). — Hooii ID 
(CDmsc-ruomlt Bohemian picture! of Iha Jl-lBlta cealurlea. — EaOM IV 
[Itsliui >Dd later Uutob and Oerman lohooji). To tbe lari, 166. P. Mormda, 
BaiBameil CbruHola, Portrait. — 63B, BaO. Karl Biria, Han and wi«. — 
»D number, •Fram Halt, Forlriit of Jatper Scbada van Wutroin, OeToril 
Terbm-g, Han and wlfui O. Om, Qirl an a balcony. — Nn aumbw , £Ble« 
Ifniur Caboul !G2B) Tonng Indy In rlcb eoalumei At>!wi<, Vision tif St. 
AugUitine (fruin St. Tliomas's Church}; 463. Frami J.mea, Oclaviu Pkeolu- 
mlDli no Domber, •auOi»i, Uatyrdom at Bt. Thomu Ifnnn St. Tbomia's 
Church)-, J. a. Cum. Portrail o( s lady (i66fl) 1 16B, »<. JA'Ihi, Largn iulUn 
landBope. - Booh V (dirldedlnlo eiatat Cabihits. a-b). W. JlHritt BaaU, 
BDtombmanti i^X-llS. P. Bruij/htl IJit Kldir, iMaiimstl, 118,119. F.Bmghal 
lie Tomiga; Adonllon at Ihs Kagi. Winlci rpurll) Bmbmi, B8B. flmaJl 
Annnnniatian, B8fi. Bkaleb of IbaExpolidoB tromPaiadiae for IbBJesails' 
Ohncch «. Anlwacp. — 660. P. itomr, Tba guMd-rtom tl93Ui BHpA 
BrOlatrl III., The potion (1638). — 337. £««■ "' -■ - — *** 

Jtatth Cemeleri 

•.e OMer, VertosmuB ud'pDtr 

Le-iller, till. UoonUght-aecDSi 463. Oabr. Itelm, Fhli-nlfa 

, - , i 16fl. Oi^p, LsndseipB wilh 

cslllE; 'UGe. Jan Sinn, Csli' music; 199. G. tan den EceHtaul, Bebecckind 
ElG»er Bl tbe well. — '>2D0. A. SUkHnur, Templs on ■ lake. — Bodh TI 
rcorner-idoiO) m&steta ol tbe IStb iDd Ibe bs^innliiB of tbe 19tb cenl^ 
cbtcH/Anriiiwili B6. Joh. Or. Snmd, View of rha Dsoabe. — Koom TU 
(BohemisB muteri of Ibe i7-181h cunt.}; Sari Skrila, Film BrandJ, W. L. 
Rctnir. — EoobTIII: 238. J. J. ffrrtui., Voung girlj 17*,113. «•. flMporfei. 
Btill-Hfe (1717): between these, no nimiliar, EaH Warb,, Tha Eithsus of 
llie M\tlaAl\ 216. FMriuA. Uiuloano and two iiinta. - Boons IX-SVI: 
Modtrn nklum-, Germm, Frencb, elt. : CoarM, Diifriggtr, iJiairt, Lenbach, 
Oatrisl ilax, Bi^oUnt, rSsiri-i, rnJjm- In Room SH (line Tieiv over tha 

From dblnet a of Room V a fll;bt of atepa leadi tn the Caiibit or 

• iaw. AajBc'enl is tbe Holuisuh, doTOIed lo l&T pUtei exDlnelTelv hy 
W«Ml ffsifar tliJOJ-TTJ, a native of Praeoe. 

Beliiad tbe RDdolphinum is the Kaienm of Indmtrlal Art (fl. 
E, 4), erected by Joi. Scfiuii In 1900. In ibo enlreeol is a library 
and rooniB (or teuiponiiy eiMbitions; while tbe two upper floors ars 
devoted lo tlie induatriil-art collections. Adm. freo, daily, eicept 
MOH., 10-3; to tho library Tue».-Sat. 10-12 and 6-8, Sun. 10-12, 

iiiid I'upiil, llercurTl by JfoltA. Braua (d. 1T3B). 

FTiLai Fi.->->R. - Bown /(ontbariebt); Worlts io wrousht irondi 
worli, lioi GlimpB, ulistic luclia, ke;i, eto.) *nd bronie (Italian Benal» 
ilogr-knockara); alBD, worltB in lln, bra«, eo|i)ier, and lead, a colle Eli 
irupoBa, etc. — AiUicent, on tbe cigbl, Snoi II: Slolea villi tiles in um- 
f>>n and oioilani-Oatblc itylea (ca. laiOj. cablnati.cbesU, carved punellinc. 

laiur't aoliisial btodd of V«id> and Cunld, in brume (IGIS), canted o« 
l.y Ibe Smdag Cram fba Lobliooiti Fiiliiee In IBIS, Hnd pFCunted In 1SS9 
i<. Ilie MuHdm bf a pittoii al art) and a broii:a burgs by A4r. da Vrlti 
tiaiU). ~ rivtiN IVi Maiolici, OsriDU (tone ware, Dalit Fit;enca, pDroelaini 
tbne Ann Bluvea wilh Ules. — Sodbi V: Anltque. Spanifh, and Peraiaa gliMi 
fnigu!enl5 uf medieral glui i One Vuneliao and KAemian slaM. — Jiooni YI: 

{lrionli.(ciirj,tts,gf,lrUiBHb'iworli,enBniel»,a«»la,li«d-rc-- - ■ - 

SttatJi. Fi.m,!.: Lqaibei-worli, book - bin dWa, cu, 
niuilcni IiiiliemiM inierior from Ibe Paria Eihibilfan i 

tollecliim .,f i.imor,, elas", iiniall .cuiptBia-, nielal-worlr, etc. 

Immediately behind tbo HageuiD of Industrial Art, on the W. 
aJdH of the JosEpnaT.tDT, formerly tha Jaws' Qnarter, now ilmoet 
entirely deprived of its Analenl chars^ter owing to the construrtlon 
of iiumerotts new streets, is th« Jtwlih BuzlKl Branad (PI. £, 1), 
dUnged alnco 1T87. Adm. daily, eicepl Sat., 8-6 [40 h.). 


laUiBiiIIwlly o 

idesi one baioj 


» Han; of 
which (be de 

e fnrnlsl 

foibul pacnlUr 

ceased t 


L tbua. a pilch; 


• bands Ibe . 

nte of Aimn. elc A sarenphwus on 


Lchtaelled au 

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t llabbl hal- (d. Vm. Tha 


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22i Itoute 36. I'RAGUE. Bohemian Uuimr^^^ 

In the lUbblniireuEC (Rabiuski iilice), i lev pones to the E. at 
the Jewish (Jemelery and opposite the old Jewish Bathous, atsnds 
tlio Altneniohnla (PI, E, 4), the oldest aynagOfue in rrsgue, havlHg 
been founded occorillilg to tradition by the llrsl fugitlres Tiom Jec- 
uBak'in ofCer its destruction. Adm. dnily 10-12 snd 2-4, except on 
Sat. BUd JewUh reallTals; at other times on application to the 
cuBtodlin (EaBtulusgBEse oi UssUlskil uli<!e 15; PI. F, 4). The 
unprftenllouB ediflce whb rebnilt in llio oarly-Oothio style after tho 
buniingof the Jewish quarter in 1338. The large Bag suspended from 
the vaulting in the gloomyinteiloi was presented by Ferdinand HI., 
ill recognition of the bravery of the Jqwb during tlie siege of Prague 
by tho Swedes In 1648, — We return tence tbcough the Niklasgassa 
(MikulaUki ulice) to (he Altatidter Ring (p. I'm). 

Around the Altstidt, on the £. snd 9., lies the Neuitiut. The 
S.W. end of the Oraben (p. 219) U ad.fainad on the left by tlie 
Wbnibi,|!»! (Vadavski namfisll; PI. V, Q, 6, 6), 65 yds. in 
width, and 740 yds. in length, ascending aligbtly towards the S.P.. 
At the upper end rises theBoliemianHiiieQmCl'l- Q, 6), erected in 
18BD-90 by Schula, &nd handBomely Qtted up In the intectoi (adm. 
in summer Sun. 9-1 and Wed. 10-4, free; Tues., Tbars., Frid., 
Sat. 10-4, 1 K. 

wblcli we aatend in tbe — ' 

Fisai Floob. la Iho ceatis ii Ilia PUfMiea, an Impoalae hall dsatincd 
tor renllrnla, Dccapjine Iwo iloHu and enibisllllbed with riglit lirEolie 
bnmealHlnfBufpunoDi culebntcd la Bohsmisn hblory, b; EcbwantUnler 
(18*0), — BoDm /.- Aulogrephs (of Hum, Zliki, Wallenatnin, OiiataTOs 
AdolpbiiB, ale), dacumBnli, iDCUiubDlL, Jicioffl //: Coliie, iqedals, fsall, 
stampa, Bto, Saotyu IV-VT: PrebittotlctoUtcaun. Roo™ F/f-X; HlsloriciU, 

Uobemlaii, la K. X, a Horariaii-Sileilan debsbdI'b roooi. Boom Xt (aim. 
for botsniila only): Herliaria. Boon J//: Bolanlcal colleclloa. RoanuSIII- 
XVII: MlneraloeitBL cnlUclioo. - The Skcokb Floob eoadlaa tb« Gro- 
]ngiC8l and FilKanlalLielcnl (on«clloni [hea<illfiil and nrs fpcdmens in 
RH. I and ID and tUe Zniiloglcal coUecHon (R. IX-XVII]. 

In front of the Museum is a handsome fount^n, from which tho 
water desuends in cascades. — To the N.E., below tho Franz-JoBpfB- 
Bahnhof, la the Btadt-Fark. In the Fark-Strssse (SadOTs ultce), on 
the B, side of the park, la the Kew Oerman Theatri (PI. G, 6), built 
in 1887 by Ifellner & UeUmer. 

To the 9. the Torgaase (MeiibranakS uliea) and the Sokol- 
StrasBe [Sakolaki tiCdi) lead ^m the WenEeta-Platz to the*KarUhof 
Gharah [PI. 0, 8), an octagonal Oothia ediHoe erected by Peter lou 
Omiind in 1351-77. The Interior was modernized in 1720 by 
Dientzenhofor. The dome (diameter 24>/g yds.) with Its superb stai- 
Tanltliig mafci among tlie most brilliant aehieTementi of medlanA 

PRAGUE. an. . 

ti branches ^^| 
iLunoffo ^^1 

idation, m ^M 

i Not far to tka W., in tho S)upergaBje(Ns sliipO ^'■<°1> 
t lo the ri^bi from the Berg-Sira&e? (Hoiski ulice) is i 
pylum (PI. f, 8j, with the BmiU Clairdt of the Annaneiati 
Gothic buiidiug of the time of Chiriea IV (1369). 

The Vyihehrkd (Fl. E, P, 9), occupying the site of the castle 
of LihoBSB (p. 219), the tcaditional foondress of the Kohemiao iotsI 
family, forms the S. extremity of Prague. FortiScstioaa occupy the 
lep of the hill (fine vlev from the N. bastion). The Romanesque 
^e. MariiiCi Chapel (12th Dent.) and the collegiate church of 5t. Pettr 
and St. Paul preserved here are relies of an earlier period. The 
latter, originally Romaneaque (c*. lOtiO), is ooir a late Gothic 
bulliea (15th oent.). 

On the left side of the Vyihebrader-StrasBe (Vysehradska irida) 
whloh rnns <o Die N. from the former RiUkiui (PI. E, 8), ie the Kene- 
diotlne MoMAflTEBY or Emhaus (PI. E, 7), dating from the time of 
ChartMlV.. with the Marim-Kircht, a GolMc structure (1848-73), 
restored and repainted in 1880 by the BenedietlneB. On the walls 
of the oloistera ii a seriea of frescoes (paiallel acones from the 
Old and New Testaments after the fashion of the ao-Mlted Biblla 
Paupemm), ithjch, though much spoiled by repeated retouehilig, are 
the chief memorial of the old Prngue school of painCItlg. 

The Vysbehradei-Sttaaae runs into the liiKLs-PLATa (Karlovo 
namcatf^ Fl. F, CI, T), the largest Platz in Pragoe, 580 yds. long and 
le.") yda. broad, embellished with tasteful groauda and with mon- 
uments to Bmedict Boat, the botanist (on the S.), and the Oxechlsh 
poet YUnl>ne BaUk (1835-74). On the W, side of the Plat?, is the 
Cttchtih Polnlenlinieum. In the N.E. comer la the former RaOiaus 
of i^( Neusiode (p. 224, PI. F, B), so alWred in 1806 that of Ibe 
original atiniiture only a tingle toner (begun in 1451) remains. It 
is now o>-«apled by the criminal ceurta ot justice. 

On (lie E. of tliB Kuli-Pl&l> lie tbe lecInre-roDms aod Inilitulu of 
Ihe Umiml facMllg of bolti imivenlUei, two Boiptiatf, elt. In tha Ka- 
(.herinungnaiu Is the (onner monasloty-oliurcli of SI. CalMtriM CPl. F, 1), 
W-gan Id 13A&, wllh bHioiiiie ceUlDg-paiatiiiga by W. L. Bslner. A little lu 
(be N.. in tlic StQphanBeuie, is thsOolbic Church of 8t.atep)ie>(PI,F, B,T] 
rrcDled Id 13C1-7T] lo the modernlieil loleriar Is a lale-OD'liic ttiBl (llB3). 
From the Karle-Platz the Jungmaiin-Strasse (Jungmannora 
tMda) li>ads N. to the Maria-Bdinee-KlrcU (PI. F, 6), built about 
1347; In front of it Is a sitting bronze statue of the Czechtah phll~ 
oiogisl Jos. Jungmatin (1733-1847), by L. Sebimuh (1878). 

The wide Fbudinami-Stbassb (Ferdinand ova ttMa), the con- 
tinuation of the ObMgssse (Ovoenit ulice) which comes from the 
Qraben (p. 219), leads hence past the Pollee Office (on the right) and 
the Conctnl ef lA« UTjufint Stint (on the left; PI. E, 6) to the 
Moldau. At the end of the street on the Tight (No. T) Is the band- 
some buildlni; of the Bohemian Savlngi Bank, by Ultmann (186l)j 
^on the left Is the splendid 'Bohemian National Theatre, in the 
^^■atstanoe style, by Zltek and Schuiz (1881). 


^£24 Kuuie 36. ritAQUK. Dohtmian Uuseurx, '^H 

In the Itabbliiorgiksae (Rabinaka ulice), a few paces to the E. of 
hbo Jewlsb Cemfitery snd oppotlto the old Jewish Ralhnur, stands 
Mthe AltneniohDle (PI. E, 4), (he oldest synigogue In Prague, having 
^Jkeen founded acnoiiling to tr&dltion by the Htst fugitives trou Jer- 
rasalem sfter Its destiuctlon. Adm. daily 10-13 and 2'i; except On 
ISit. and Jewish festivals; at other times on spplication to tho 
fjbiDstodUn (KaslaluBgaise or naHtaUkA ulice 15; PL F, 4). Tho 
•nnprelenllous edifice wns rebuilt In the esrly-Qothio style after the 
buining of the Jewish quaiter in 1338. The large fl&g suspended from 
the vsnltlngin the glooniyinterioc was presented by Ferdinand III., 
in recognition of (be bravery ol the Jews during the niege of Prague 

■Jiy the Swedes In 1648. — We return hence through the Niklaagaj^^^ 
CHiknUlski nlke} to the AltBtadtei Bing (p. 120). ^^1 

' Around the AUstadt, on the E. andS., l!ea the Nhi;btadt. u^H 
B.W. end of the Graben (p. 219) U adjoined on the left by 4^H 
WaNaBi:»-PLiTz(VBcls-v6krfiiBro6Btt; PL F, (J, 0, 6), 65 yds. in 
width, snd 740 yda. in length, ascending slightly tonaids the S.K. 
At the Qpparend ijees the Bohemian Hmenm. [PI. 0, 6), erected Iti 
1885-90 by Schuls, and bsndsoniely Qtted up In the interior fadni. 
in summer Sun. 9-1 and Wed. 10-4, frea; Tues,, Thnra., Fiid., 
Sat. 10-4, 1 K. 

which we ueenil to the - 




In tho 

coulro la i 

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,.ll destined 
ialit tlfesIiH 




, bjKl 

(1840). — 

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na, mi 



if. colkcHoi 

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-- Uiiloriwl, 




Lwo >nd»ni 

lEgWt'l ttiD 

pa, i„ a. - 




ird of 







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ivory -carving? 


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n>r botaai! 







..Mioii. - 

1. Fi 



n> tho Gro- 

ioe_ „ ,._ _ _ 

nit, I aod n) and tlif. ZoolDglcal calleetion (B. IS-XVU). 

In front of the Museum !s a handsome fountaini from which the 
deoosnds in cascades. — To the N.E., below theFraiii-Joseft- 
Sahnhof, is the Btadt-PBik. In the Park-Strasse [i^adovi iilice), on 
^ lE. Bide of the park, is the A'euj German Theatre ^i. G, 6), built 
1887 by Fellnei £ HeUmer. 

I'o the S. the Torgasse [Mezlbrsn»ka ulice) snd the 8okol- 
l^tia5se(3okolakS lifdal lead from the WenzeU- Plats to the'KarlahoI 
Ohnioh (PI. G, 81, sn octagonal Qothio edifloo erected by Peter v« 
Gmiiud in 1351-77. The Interior was moderniied in 1720-1 
Dientzenhofer. The dome (diameter 24>/i| ydi.) with Its superb st 
TKiilting TBUki among the most brilliant acbiavemaiiti of iii~"~ 

b-Not fur lo the V., in the Sluperf-asse (Ni Elupl) wbiuh bnncbes 1 
i lo the light from the Berg-Stra^Be (^Durgka uliue] Is a ' ' 
fcylum LPI. F, 8), with the Bmsll Church of the AnnuncU 
Gothic baililing of the time of Ohules IV (1359). 

The Tyihehrad (,PI, E, F, 9), occopyine the site of the Matie i 
of Libas» (p. 'J lit), the tiaditlonal fouodross of the Hobemian loysl I 
family, fvnus the 8. extremity of Prague. ForUfleatioua oucupy tha J 
top of the hltl (flue view from the N, bastion'). The Romanesque I 
SI, ^nfflii'iCAap(2(12tbcant.)aniltbDcoI]egiatBcbnTchor5f.Petar f 
and Si. Paul piesitrved bore are lelice of an earlier period. The j 
Utter, originally Komaiiesgne (ct. lOUO), la now a late Gothk 
baailiw (15tli oent.). 

On the left eido of the Vysbebrs(leT-StiaGse(V;eebiadakn ti-fda) 
whtah rans to tlie S. from the foruiec B'ltfu'ua (PI. K, 8), ie the Ilene- 
iliotino MoNABTKEV OP Ebuaub (PI. E, 7), (latirg from the tluiK of 
ChulH IV., with the MaTlen-Kiteht, a Clotbic structUTe (1818-T2), 
restured and repalDted in 1880 by thu Bensdlatlnes. On the walla 
iif the nloisters Is a series of frescoes (parallel suenes froai tbe 
Old and New Tustameuls after the fashion of the so-called Biblia 
Piiupetnm), whlnb, thongb much spoiled by repeated retouching, are 
the chief memorial of the old Prague school of painting. . 

The Vyabehradet-Strasse runs into the IfAitLa-PtAra (Karlovo I 
rijlmestfi PI. F, 6, 7), tba largest Platz Id Prague, 530 yds. long and I 
l(t5 yds. bia«d, embelliahed with tasteful grouudn and wltb mon- 
uments to Bmedict Roal, the botanlat (on the S.), and the Czechish 
poet ViltiUw Halek (1836-74). On the W. aide of the PUtiis the 
Otechith PolyUchnieum. In the N.E. corner is the former Balhaui 
of Ci* Ntiutadt (p, 224, PI. F, 6), ao altered In 1806 that of the 
origiaal atraotuie only a tingle lower (began In 1451) remains, It 
ia now oflcupled by the criminal ooiirt* of instlce. 

Oti Ihe B. of the K»I>-P]ati lie the lEalnro-roomi and inalilutes nf 
Iho Jftdfcat PiKnttf of both unlrtntllei, two flowilol*, etc. In the Ka- 
lljDrinengnaiu is Iba (Ormer monjulmy-oliiiicli gf Bl. Oalharint [PL F, 7), 

Ibu N., inUieSli^phaniicaaie, lalliaOatliieCIiunibor'Bt.BtspbeBlPl.F, e.T) 
erected la ISOl-TT ; In Ihc moderniied Inkrior li a iBto-GoHiic (onl (iifla). 
From the Karls-Flatz the Jungmann - Straase (Jungmamiova 
tUda) leads N. to the Maria-Sckntt'Kirehe (PI. F, 6), built abont 
1347; in front of it is a sitting bronze statue of the Czenhlsh phil' 
ologist Jos. Junsmunn (1733-1817), by L. Scblmok (1878), • 

The wide FBEniNiND-STHAasB (Feidlnandova iffdi), the eon- I 
tiniiition Df the Obat^asse (Ovocni alio«] which aomea from the 
Giaban (p. 219), leads henoa put the PoHo« O/^es (on tlie risht) and 
the Convent of the Vrmline iVuna (on the loft; PI. E, 6) lo the 
Molilau. At the end of the street en the tight (No. 7) Is the hand- 
«eme bailding of the Bohemian Savlaiii Bank, by tlllmann (1861); 

^Jtthe left U the iplendld •Bofcemjim NittioTtal THeutrt, in tha 

^^biHaneo style, by Zltefc and Sefanlz (1881). 

^^^EuBiKU'i AoilrU. iO. Edition. 15 1 


Tlie«'ai»cr*>.i»s-flTiiofc«CPI.D, I), ft; lo1l2A.), rebnillin 1900, 
berecroaies tlie SohQIzeninsel (p, 211^) to tlis KleinseitG (see below). 
— tVomeiH-Ooai sob p, 222. 

From tKe Jossphs-Plttte {.losefsk.! iiiniiBtf; PI. O, 1), wliiuli 
Bfijoiiia the Qrabon {p. 219) on the N.E., tlie Elimbeth-StraBsc 
(EliSotna tUAa) leads to IIid N. tn the Fram-Joseph-Brilckt [PI. t), !t; 
toll 2 ft.), while the PofltsKlier-Sttiisae [N* poKif) mm B. to the 
Nird-Wal-Bahnhdf (p. 317) and to a small Purt (PI. U, 4) con- 
taining a War Manwiienl (by J. Mai) for 1848 anil 1649. 

Tha Nanleipd Koigum (PI. H, 1), an the S. lido •>! Ihe park, oouUins 

Kl*u and metal, farullure, coata of anui and eccloBlaflicsJ mliqaitieii ; 
OB ttm ser.ond fionr, ilDeamenti, early printed wDrka, views »l Fragile, 
wsanoBi, arinotir, nnd Enlld-lnBigaia. Adm. Sun. lO'.S and Wed. tS, fnsi 
Tuea., Frld., and Sat. I-S, 40 A. 

EBToIiDGDtal, tha N.E. suburb of Prague, is, Ilka the opposite 
guBvtiirBubna-Hollestliowiti and tha quarter of Smlcihow (PI. C, 
D, e-8), a busy TusnufactorinE contro. The larBe Cfturefc of 8S. 
Cyril and Metbodiite (PI. I, K, 3] waa buUt in 1854-63 in the stylu 
of tlie eiily-Ohristian baailioa; from dei^isna by Karl RUeiiot. 

b. Qnatterl on tha left bonk of the MolSan. 

In wliiub, in the court of No. 47, is an unadorned Qothic tower, the 
only rematos o( tlia old bishop's palaoe, leadB to the Ki.BiHBt:lTNEiL 
Rraa(MB!oBtranakSnamE6t(; PI, C, 4J, ombelllflhed with the bronze 
Badcttky Monwmenl, eraotei in 1B68 A^ui dealgn.s \>y Eiu. aud Jos. 
MiK. The maraha! stands on a shield borne by eight soldiers. — 
The former Jesuit ohuroh of •Bt.Hioholai (Pi. C, 4), in the nilddlfl 
of the Platz, built in 1673-1752 by the Jesnits, is richly docarated 
in the Inlerior. Opposite, on the N. side of the Plati, at tba eomer 
of the LandtagagflBSe CSn^raDvnf uMce], am the OovernmtM Offices ,■ 
on the W. side Is the Ofjtce of the Commandant. 

From the N.E. angle of the Klelnseitnor King the Thomas- 
gaase (TomJiaski uli'ie) leads past the Gotliio St. Thcmtit'i Chntcli 
[Uth cent.), with in elegant sacristy, to the Waldstein-PUtz (Vatd- 
st^eta nainfeetl), in whleh, to the right, !» Count WaXdBtein'B 
Falaoe(PI. D, 4), erooted in 16M-30 by movanni Marini of Milan 
for Albrenht TOn Wallenateia, or Waldatoin, the famous general of 
the Thirty Years' War, and still belonging to tke family. At the 
bBok Is an ■■•Open Hall with stufioo work by Bartolamto Biunno, a 
fnrmer bathing gtotio, and a playijig hall, vhere the hOTSe (eluffeil) 
which Watlonsteln rode at the battle of LQtien U shown. On the 
Aral floor are the audience-chamber (renewed in 1854) and aevetal. 
rooms once inhabited by Wallensleln (with Upeatry, furntni 
portraita, otc). (Castellan in the Hrat oourt, to the right; fi 


t Jn tbe WaldatQlngaBse (Yaldfatyngka ullca) which leads to tlia I 
Bs (p. 230), IB the former Paiaet of Prince Furiteaberg I 
on the left^ PI. 1), 3, 4], vith & beautifol garden, 
e Maltese r-Flatz, not far from tbo BiiickengasEe (p. 'J 
is (he Falaoe et Coont Nutiti (PI. D, 6^, cDntHinlng about 
pictures. Adm. oil applicalion, iii summer only, tee; oatabgno 34 A. 
... ^ .: .. - -,„Bn,(o.. 1flB6)( -" ■ 

a. Ifratatrt, Karketi FiS. If. KaHp/n; Diana's liilti; 313. KIc. IfmchaM' 
Qirli 180. J. MM Kai/iiiul, Forosl-iiiene (Jn earlj workli 375. 0, Bvv, 
A iBTand ITL J. csaCivt, St. Biudo (early work]) Vb. Eir A. Mi,rr0), 
Poilr^li ffci-ri^Ul, Woman anfl cbUd; S13. i>, Tatitn, KiuHc lavBni. 

Two routes load from the KleliiseitnEr Rlag (p. 226] to tie 
Uradaclilu : Iho shorter to the right through the ScMossgaBschen 
(Zfima^^kd utice), and by the Neue Scbloas^tlegc (Z^meokf Bchoily; 
20D steps) to tbe court; the longer aud oaaiei (10 min.) leiuU straight 
thtoDgh the Sporner or Neiadagasse (NerudOTa uliue], pasElng on 
the iert the Palace of Count Monln (1670), with atlsntes on the 
fafada by Job. Brotoff, and on the right the Putace of Cnun! Ttun 
(PI. C, 4) with a baroque doorway by Matth. Brann, and then as- 
cends ID the right. 

Tlie Eiadlctim (BTadamy; PI. B, 0, 4, S] may be called the 
Capitol of Ptagae. The HTodichbur-Piatt Is a quadrangle bounded 

on the N. by the ArchirpUeapal Falna {erocteil in 17(t4), on the 
S. by the Palace ef Prirut SdnnanenbtTg (fi. 1B50] and by a 
CurmeUU Nunnery, and on the W. by a palace of Emp. fraiicll 
Joseph (formerly tbe Toscana PiilacA. In the middle rises a Column 
of the Virgin (1725). 

Tlia BDfl>iirg(Pl. 0, 4), or Smjierial Faiace, which ocoupie* tha 
E. side of the Vhtt, restored after 1333 forOharlealV. by the French 
architect UaUKUu of Arms (d. 1352), renewed by Ladialaus IL, 
anil again in the Ifi-lTtb cent, by Ferdinand I., Rudolph 11., and 
Mnllhfas, was completed by Msria Thereia. From the forecoort we 
proi^Ltad straight On to the main portal (by ScamottI; 1014] and 
pass Ibrongli the archway (whence a flight of steps on the right 
a.^conds to tlie imperial apartment:) to tha &r«t court. Admission- 
tickets for the Hof burg aie obtained here in tlie Schlosshauplmann- 
sahaft, to the left; dally in rammer li-1 and 4-6, 40 h. The 
tickets admit alf o to the BelTodore. Farther on, to (he right of the 
chapel, we pass through another archway into the senond court, 
to the left In which riies the cathedral. To (he right In the ontrance 
to the S, wing of the Palace (ring). 

The most InMreallDg rDomsin tba palaoa tte'laJMiau't Hall, or tha 
Hall o/BomuB', DODSIruclcd In I1S4-ID03, wim a rich lale-O^tLic ceUiaei 
Hit! Oollile Landrcchts-Blube (1568), noenpled by tbe Biibamlan Dtat unfl! 
leiT, the uld Stallhatterti, fba Palutt OlHlp4t, and lh« Swinon and apauM 
Balli. Pram tha window of ibe old Slutituillenil Oount Tliarn caiusd tlia 
nra Imperial couDSelliirs HarllnUi anil BlawaU lo be Uimwo down on 
^igJIa)', 1U8. Tbla act ot Tlolaoiia «•■>■ tlia fmnadjaia oocaalon of Iha 

^^^tnontu Ibs'cvanl.' ' I 




228 Route 3G. PRAODE. Culhedi 

The small squestrian 'Slalue of Si. Oeorge, a fonn Mi n 'figure 
iu tliB eeeond court, was cast in broniu by Martin and Gaotg «on 
Elauaenbuig !□ 1373; (he lioise was leatored In 11)62. In tlie N. 
cdniRr of thlg cDnrt is a. gtMaiy connecting tlie catliodcnl and tlio 
palace. In the passage andec this gallery, on the lett, is the 
entrance Co the csChcdral. 

The 'Cutliedral (PI. 0, 4; open S-12 and '2-5 o'clook; adiu. 
00 h.). the MttropoUtan ChurcJi of SI. Vitue, begnn In 1344 ander 
CLarles IV. by Uatlhlas of Arras (p. 227), mnsista of little more 
than the spaciona Qothio choir completed by Peter Arler of Gniilnd 
In 1385 and restored In 1S41 after a flie. The mie «-as begnn 
In I3tl'2, the nnflnished principal tower in 140O, bnt after the 
Itnaalte war building was diECOntinned, and It was not reaomed 
until 1867. 

Tie -CnolB, on the IrltoHnm-BBlletr nE whkb ara M dnmageil fir- 
tral(-buat< of Ihe Uth cenl,, liu two alilei and ii eurrOQnded by an aiu- 

lanoa Tailing by JSi-g SOmiidlhanmtr, riies the UigB *HuiriuiiiHT u* Tua 
Kiiaa, BncDtediii marlilc by .Uix. COIina of Haliaea (p. 139) in IfiTO-TB, undrr 
Kodolpbll., and erected orerlhe hersdltary bsTiftl-plnoe ot tb» BohetDJan 
monarcbi. Boneath It repDae CbarlBa tV. (d. 1^), Woniel IV. (d. 1119), 
Ladlalaus fosthumns (d. 145S), Oeoreo Fodlebiad (d. UTl), Ferdinand T. 
[d. 1564), HaxImllUnll. (d. i^, BddalpH 11. (d. 1612), HidaeTBtal qneena 
and prlDccsKu. — Ilie °Wenzel Cuapel, tbe first on tbc right, canlaini 
" ■ ■ ■- -■ -and rjr-' -'-— " --■ 


slntne. cast by the co 

lebralod PcUr YiKktr 


Ths ebapal, bnllt in 134T-eS, ia 

Inlaid irlth BobemJnD 

ea und de 


(rilh torr BBcionl. hi 

df.ohUtap»l<rf fre!B-.,w 

early Prapiosei 

laal. Tbs ring an Ibc danria 

aald to be one whiob 

by Ibe 1 

ilt-Bonilau in 035 by 

Lis tai 


— The;nInc the Weni.1 

Cbapcl, COB 

lalna tbe 

^Liihilter JaroaUv 


i (p. 327)- 

bangs I 

m^old oil 

f laOB {in the middlB 

is the nid of Chrial 


1 napkin, revered na a 'i 
e margin). Tbe Lab.s 

irra Icon' \ the fiatmn- 
lioa OnATOaiu. la 

h(."re "by atod^b'y- 

led aton 

.e roultini 

S (t4B3). 

DLiToac to tbu Kfl ia 


ml toml) I 

Sf at. Jo 

h7 of Hep^m"°'"e]t6cs 



r dealma. 


ta.on Ihe altaf nf th, 

i Cuuvb or »t. JoHD 



buiti of 

SS. Adalberl Weoiel 
are the Octhlc tombs 

of Otfocac I. and 11. 

b^ Peter of 



alB from a pillar ia 

f IbDBB 

wbicb injorad I 

iTcnfeara' Wari the 



j. conti 

lina tbe 

iDia of tbe Dukes Bre 

lIlUv I. Cd, lOB) aud 

[ {d. lOGl: 

1, probably frnm the workabi 

ip of Pilar 0/ omaid. 


tbe back 

of the 

hiKh..ltar, is the U 

™b ot at. v'ltna, tba 

it the chi 

th a sUtue by J. Hai. 

. — In the Chapbl o» 

ndeiabmm aaid to ha 

ve been Id Bolomon-a 

Temple, bat rgally dating partly rrom the 13IIi cent. tIo°4 and patUi from 
lull (upper part). Tbe walls of Bt. A»«»"a Chapsl bto adomad with 
palnlingi by thrtTU. — Aitjoining the cathedral ia the ToEaaDBT, conlalniDg 
nuninroiia curiojllicB and ohjeota of valnc, sbown on appliiMloo to the 

Behind the cathedral, in the Geotga-Plati (U av. Jiff), ia the 
Romanasqne OA«f<A of Si. Gforge, a Ueavy-looking edifice, foo ndai 
in 91'^ and rebuilt after a flre In 1142-50, with a side-doer td^H 

J'aluM. PRAGUK. 30. Boult. 229'^H 

Imnee stfte. Id the interior are Irescoee at the liith and ^^M 
cent., tnd Uie tomb of St, Lnilmillii (d, 637), reatoied in tUe ^^M 
canloiy. — To the tight ia the Theraianiiche Adligt-Damta- ^^ 

1 institution Cor spiast«rB of ooiite Snnilf, adjoining tfai 
Qotlilc Church af Ml 3aiai!, The balconf commands an udmicabli 
Tien [entranne in the Rlrculac portico; fee 40 h.'). 

At tho end of the Georgegiaschen (Jirski ulice), a gate adjoining 
the Behioarit Turm and the DoJiftorfca-Tufni (fee 40 h.) leads to 
the BasUi, another good point of yiev. Adjacent Is the PaLuee of- 
Prince Lol'koviiU. The AUe Sthloicstiegt (Schody xfimecke ttiti 
98 atepa) descends hence lo the BraeliagHgse (p. 230). 

FcDiP the Hradaehiner-Platz the Lauretagasie leada to I 
10 the Lauhbta-PiiAtx (Loretineki! ndmSati), in which 
Bxtenfllve Frans-Joief Earracki, forraerly Count Cscmin'a Falaee 
(^Pl. A, 4}. Oppoeite is the chnrch of St, Lorttlo, in the conrt of 
which la an Imitation of the celebrated Caaa Suita of Loreto. The 
trouucy (sbonn daily 8,30-3.30 on application at the adjoining 
Cnpoehln monaslery) contains several monatiancea of tlielTth cent,, 
the most curioog of which is in the fortaofraye, sM to be set 
with 6580 procious stonoB. 

From the Pohofelec-Plstz, on the S.W., a dlght of steps at 
No. 8 leads to the ST&iiiowE&-pLAi;2 (Strahovakd nadvof I). Here to 
the right, on the highest eite In the town, stands the wealthy Pre- 
monstratensian Abbey of Stiahow (PI. A, 4, 5 ; sdm. 9-U.30 on 
week-days}, founded in 1140, but dstingin its present form mainly 
(com the 17th and ISth centuries. 

Tbe CmrscH op St. BooBna eiMblU s ■Insular miiturs of the Qolbio 
&nd D»Dqse ntjlel. — Psppenbdni, the Impertiil gtnenl who fell at 
I.iitUD In 1633, la bnrlad in lbs Cbdboh or tdi Aisditptioii. — TM 
cblef work In the Ftorvu Oallski (ladlH not sdmitlcd) it n 'Virgin ud 
Child crowned by angela (ihi lo-oalled ttoienkmniroHt), by ilflrtr (1606), 

Venice, imp. ■■xtmilUn, Pops lalin* H.,' and ssvecal VenGliani (freely 
rstuuckod), ~~ ThB LisBUi (door Id Ihe riEht of (lie i.hnrch; first Uoori 
rlogl, "l)b 1^,000 v<ila, ind ITOO XS6., contiiag aului^raplu of Tjcliu 
llrabe, etc. Supe^b *ViGw, from Lbe raoniifterr garden, of Prague aud (he 
diilant landicBj^e bnnaded by Ibe Oisnt Mti, on the ».E. 

Keturning to the Hofburg we regain the road from the N. side 
of the drst court, vU tho Hirachgraben and through the Slaubbriickon- 
iiABio (U presniiho moatu]. We then proceed to the right, between 
tho Kalsergarton (see below) and the new Cadet Scliocl, to the 
*BelTedere (i'l, C, 3; adm, i» to the Hofburg), an Imposing villa 
in the Italian Henaissance style, erected iu 1536 by Emp. Ferdinand 1. 
The beautiful colonnade on tho groundSoor is decorated with a 
rich friDie af foliage and chnrmlnf mythological relicfBi In place of 
the old decorations of the great ball, which, under Rudolf H., served 
for ft collocilon of minerals, are mediocre frescoes from the history 
pt B ohemia, after cartoons by Ckr. Bubtn (d. 1875). •View from the 
^■Aooyi In the now inacceasibia KaiieT-QiiTtai, in front of tha 
^^B^fftde, U ■ handsome Renaissance fonntain (1569). 



230 Ihmltaa. PUAOUE. //awntW^^H 

From thfl Belvedere we m&y deeceud thcougli tbe Choleki S'ro- 
mtruidts (PI. D, 3) md by the ChotekE-Sti. to the Bmskagaaee (Pod 
B[iukon\ where, Iji (he Riphaels-KapoUe of the Inatitule for the 
Blind (PI, D, 3), are flue froscoaa bj Job. von Fflhrich. W.e then 
croii tie abain-bridge (p. 322], ai turn to tha right through the 
Wendische Qissa (Lutlcki tillce) to the Kirla-BrQcke (p. 221). — 
To the E., on the ateep bank of the Moldan , are tha 'Kronprlnz 
Rudolf or Beta)eiUre Fromenadei, commanding pictureique Tiewa 
(reBlautaut; csblB-tramway in i'/4''>l'i. to the Frans-JOBeph-BrilollB, 
p. 21Q]. To thBM,o(theProiaenBileslatbe*'BBnmsH.Tten(Btiomavka 
or luilDvska Obora; PI. E, 1), a floe pnblie pack and resort Af the 
fashionable world, wlih a ohiiaaa (samraei reaiiienpe of the Slatt- 
haltar) and reBtiinrant (military eoncerta on Tuea., Thurs., and 8un.). 
Ttaniway (p. 218) from the WenMls-Plati vift the Gralien In IS 

The *HiuienbnTg [PI. 0, 5), abote the Aujeid (l^jCKd), to the 
N.W., ia the flneat point of view, A cable-tramway (p. 218) ssiienda 
In B mln. to the upper terminnB (98& ft; 330 ft. above tixe lower 
termlnuB), 3 miti. walk above whlrh is the Vltv) Tower (PeiHn- 
Warte; aEoaot 40 A„ lift 1 A'.; reBlanranl) On the LaurtMiuiberg. 
The upper gallery (1245 ft above (be sea-lalel) commaudB k superb 
•Survey of Prague and the valley of the Moldaq and over the greater 
part of Boheml* to the Giant Mte., ihe monnlaina on the Morarfan 
fronller, the fiohemiui Forest, the Eizgebl^, and the limestone 
hills of Saxon Switzerland. The iumnrita of the central Bohemian 
range are eEpeoIaUy couEpIcuouB, 

Above the Aujozd also lB the Kinsky Public Qardea [PI. 0, (i), 
formerly the proporty of CouutKinsky, whioh affords another ebann- 
!ng view of Prague. The villa now accommodateB the Ciechlih- 
Slavonic EtktiogroyMcal Mutevm (Juei.,Tbai3., & Frld., 9-1, 1)0 A.; 
Mon. & S»t., 9-12, 20 *., 2-5 free; Sun. & hoUdayi 9-12 free, 2-!i, 
10 h.). On the gronndlluor, to the left, are the Slavonic aeetien and 
Inteiiors of peaaancs' rooms, to the right, models of peasant-bousea 
andfnrniCnre; on the flrat Door, ooBtumea, embroiderieB, andpottacy. 

On tliaWh!taSiU(ira'MiB«VJ.Si/iIt. tolheW. of Ihe StrnbovorFlalx 
(PI. A, 4i n»t wortb an eicuniou), a clli-rluiiue-cbiuuh ciFinineniaiatBe tbu 
liallle or Kov. StU, 1620, by whtsh Ike fate of PrnlFstaDlIam in Bobemfa 
w» ilEciiied. Tha nabeiulatu under Ihfir 'Winter Ein;^ FrBdeiicfc V. of 
liia Palatinate, Ihe king ol tUcir own eleation and lon-in-law of Jtjoet I. of 

of Hailaillian of Bavaria" cMef of the Roman Ca'thnllc Leagne, with hit 
armr of Bavarlani and impeilal tmnpa, were so Irreaiallbla thai Fredarink 
anil hl9 party neie ipeodily ronled, anil tha balUe won Id !wi tbui an 
hour. — (Dn the B.W. jlopa of the Wbito HUl the Stem-BoMsai, a large 

._. __. _ . _ .. ji, y, Jg^_ Adni.'a,uy 11. 1 gnai.e (Oct to 

', 1-GI, SO A. (Ida 
-' k whJeh 

p. 398/ A riona ben, cummamoraliiig tl 

btHldine, sad lg a bTouHte nsatt of the ottiieu Ph *■ 
■ ■ ■ .. - . ,otp„| 


Fnderlck Ihi Qmt'i CtTooTile (eunl, teU U Uie twIUe at 
•ro mDnam<BlB mark Iha «p. " 

Ulace III SUriMel, ti/i IL li 
(rfJrMllRi/(F^9S5). 8M»iii»c toSMohoric, •»«, 

7, erected br Kiag WeoicI 11. In lisS-iaWI iin<l /!■ 
'■ .Itaj, DOW tbc cutle iifPrinne Ollinscn, bu > 
^tidmrni are Ibe ,%. /gAn Rajtidt, 

37. From Srssdeii to Prague. 


BO, 11 .* 30, 8 jT). - Fioejl tIowj on th. lafl. - Stu-ii< 
htc Umei d*U;, lo PimH in 2Vi bn>., lo Schwdiu in Vh 
ill 10 hn. (dcauut froni Aiuilg to Dreidsu In b-T liu.>. — Tlie IniTillar 

ot tUi ruDti b; alunicr. Tbe llneit tocncrj teimiaalu it Aundg. 

"rMdcn, seo Son/eJcer'a NortKem Gtrmang. — The atatlon is on 
Ihe S. Biile of the town. Kocrn tiftet starting the Qroat Qarten ii seen 
on the led. Beyoud the littlloni of ScdiUt uid HUgtin ttie Utie ap- 
[iroaohss tbo ll^lbe ind follows tba serpentiiiu txnam of the flvai 
through Ihe plctuieaqua 'Saxrm BwHierlimir (described in Botdiktr'* 
Norlhtm Oennany'). The chateau nl Sonnenberg at (tl M.] Pima 
U now a luualic asylum. Fotiarha is the atatlon foe the litlla iovim 
of Waitn an the oppOBite bank. At sut. AaUi«n riaet the *Sai(«l, 
■ proDlplloiu rock on Ihe opposite biuk oC (he Elbe , UJO ft. abova 
tba river, the lln«ei pglut in tbe Sbioii Switzerland, coaimandlng ■ 
boaottfnl liew. At(^32 M.)KaiiigiteiD U ths foittiua of that nama, 
810 ft. above the rivet, eonnnandlng ■ noble proBpout, Opposite tha 
fortross rises the LiUmsttin, 167 ft. higher. — 24 M, BohimdkB. ft 
fscourite aumiaar-rosort, lied on the opposite bank. lietTnikreUchM 
U the flm Bohemian pUoa on the right bant. — 32 M. NUdertruni 
is the Dral Bohemian vilUite ou the left baiik. The line follows tht 
left bank. Several vladactB and erabankmenta. 'rilun two thoTt 
tunnels under the piojectine Schdfenvand. 

.13Vi M, BodBshuh {430 ft.; Rail. Stttaunmti Htlt. FritKr; 
Vmiuufl; Potl),n. thrlTing town with 13,000 lnhab.,iB the Saioo and 
Austrian cuslom-honss sUlion. OppoaiW lies the ploasant town of 
Ttliehen (p. 260), ronneoted with the left bank by a railway-bridge 
and a BUBpansion-brtdKe. The rlllage of Obtrgrund (•BBd-H6teli 
.Stargk'a H6tel), on tbe left bank, below the bridge, 1s a favonrlte 
sum mei-ro sort. 

Fkou Boi>iHBton TO KouoiiD, 116 H., railway In 3 hn. The Una ' 
travfliiei Ilia narrow and piolurMmia valley nf Ibe Eolituir Bail 
rUbl riget the Sciiicibcri (p. S3U wllb lU be]°adara. SUllnn 
" '- -■""■' Ml IV'">-«* '" ... - - 


and (ISVi > I iv>ia-JE«i«r«HI<f (3 H. (n Ibe V. i 
the Tlllaca o( JVim, wiib lt> bat's luid onrtonaly-rivan clUn of 
0|ll«a U)e IViian- Wtnd,). On the hill to tbe right of [16 

ISVi U. TtUniat 31 K. 
«Hb Aa(., 1SI3. !»i/:ll. tfohnUH-. with Ibe Oeir,;ln,ra on 
I SS'A M. HaHaiftmn: 'iO H irmnHal-Oni'ipn (p. :I37), whera 

AU3Sir.. fVn 

■■lhilnuha/,1 uDd RaitnburD rite OB ttas li^hU ^ U. ' 

!is liltle towBDlKloalB^nb.'p. !!3n. 34 u! 

10 mln. to Das-LipUli, p. 297). The tmin 

.. ..__ Bngebirgc, snl rnm by Jnie*, WImo (ji 

line tram Frsene to Uoldui, P. S3T), Obtr-lMilcniiarf, Obtr-Oterai 
"■■— ' ' n m M-) iCowolB!. (p. "»■ 

Iho Teplit. 




ore wi dimrgB 

the ten via 

md Mund a 



DB of the forest. 

Firlher on, b 

>l dBBT-fdnca 


left a 

k forlc and full 

t. TlioH nbo wlfh to 

poasible mar 

to Dorrs™ 





Bloeea) dlVB^ 

Uaniarf, at 


roid diTS 

BiBE to 

tbE lEtt DCHT Flip 

M, below ttw 

bridge, li I 

ke th 




Komolau milwii 

The (rt«p K 


to ri'/i 

H.) Cor/ 5dh>«(«rf (1866 a i 

Wrdfs H^tei) Mce 



From the »ill^ 

e of Schneebe 



Beborg I38T2 fl.) 

thD Wghgrt 

"(JhemUn 1! 


•/. !ir 

The lower el 

Ibe lop (»dm. 

Jia fl. bigh, 



or tho 

43 M, atoploiDiti-Kurlds; 471/2 M. Hestmitn-PommeHe. 

53 M. AnMig(1600tt.;'GoiiInesSciiff,B. 2V»-&ff.i EngliHhet 
Haf; Dampfsehig-BSlel, on the Elbe; 'Sail. Eeslaurani), a busy 
town witli 29,000 inhab., lies at the iDflni of Che Bleta Into the 
Elbe. Largo fictotteB and abrUhcaal'tradB occupy the inhabitants. 
The vast brown-caal sesina of N. Bohemia lie a little to the W. 
Tho large riyer-'bargeB load at a epeoial ooaiing-harbonr on tbe Elbe. 
Ausslg wag the birthplace o( the painter Itap hael Menge (iTiS-lS). 
The town la oonnettedby a railway-bridge [with paisage for pedes- 
trlans] with the station of Schrecktrutcin onlbeiight bank of the Elbe 
(jp. 2fi6]. The traveller detained here should ascend the Ftrdlnanda- 
hoht C/t lir. to the 3.) or to the ruin of Sehricktnslein [gee belovf } 
ythr.]. A inoreextenelveproBpeDt is obtained from the BohcWottrsy 
(1920 ft.), aseaQdod vii NeudSrfet and Obir-SidUtz In I8/4 hr. — 
The plain of Blhana, to the V. of Anealg, wiE the icene of the 
great HuBslte battle of 16th June, 1426, which ended In the rout 
of the Saxons under Frederick the QaarreUome and tlie deBtruotion 
of the th»n flonriBhlng town. 

Ffoio Ausile to Teputt and Scmobiu, see It. 36. — Stcunboal lo DraOm, 

p. 231. 

A bold lock on the light bank, 280 ft. in height, reiotnblins 
the Luriel on the Rhino, is crowned with the eitenBive iuIdb of the 
^Sckreckejvsltin, not destroyed antU the 18th cent., the property of 
Prince Lobkowiti, who keeps them in good preBorration. Beantifiil 
Tiew from the top. This focras a worthy lenninatlon to the naore 
pictDresque part of the Elbe scenery. 59 M. Saleel lies pictaresquely 
on the river, opposite Siduiei'n (p. 36G). 61 1/3 M. Prmftoioili. 

66 M. lebiuiti {Sehiaants Boiii DampfmMff-StstauTant, on 
the^Elbe, with view), a jnonnfaolurlni town f4000 Inhab.) with • 
ohSloaa of Prince Schwatzenberg, was the acene of the flnt b^t" 
Iji the Seven Veais' War, In which, on iBtOcI., 1756, Frederlok 


b Prat/ut. IIAUDNITZ. 

^^^^Ht >ni] tbe Duke of Brunswick defested iha Auatilans undei] 
^^^Bttii Brown. BiBncb.--Iince to Teplils, lin Bortiliai (ascent c 
^^maehavtr, see p. '237), arid lo (^66 M.J Rtlchenbcrg fp. 371). On 
tho opposite bsiik aro the village of Grois-Ctemoiek (p. '267), noted 
for its wine, and the Hraddc (1180 ft.), with ita chapel, 

71 M, TheisBienitadt (Bail. Bcnlawant) ; the fortilled town 
(lietel Erahetiog Karl; Douticboa Haus) lies I'/j M. » tlio N,, at 
the inOux of the Eger. Tine 'View of the pioturosqne basaltic cones 
of the Miltel-Otblrge from the atation : to the N.E., the Oeltsch and 
Kelchberg ; to the S., the Rieuzberg, Radlschkeu, and Radobll ; to 
the N.W., the Lohosch, Millescbaaer, and Klet^chen ; to the W., 
the KoBtial, with a ruined castle; to the S.W., the Isolated Haseahurg. 
Beyond Theiesienstadt tbe Kger is crossed. To tbe left, on tbe Elbe, 
la the little town of LeUmeriU (p. 266). 

74'/;, M. Ilroliett. — 771/2 M. Saadiilti (Kront), on the Elba 
(8000 Inhsb,). The chatean ot Prince r.obkowitz contains a library, 
an armoury, and Interesting pictures from the time of Charles T. to 
the Thirty Years' War. In 13M Cola dl Eland, 'the last ot the 
tribunes', was condoBd in tho castle for a year by Emp. Charles IV. 
I'd the light riiBB the CO nspicuouE OeorgmbeTg at RtpbcTg (Ai'iiCl.'), 
with ita white chapel, 1 hr. to the S.E. of Kaudnlti:. 

84 M. Wcgitddtii 89 M. BcfkowUi'Mctnik. where the Una qulM 
the Elbe, into wUeh the Moldau falls 3 M. higher up. 94 M. Jen- 
SowiU. la the distance, to the left, Ues Melnik (p. 257). 

98</i M. WtUna, with a chateau and park of Count Chotek, 
where wo reath the Moldau. 100 M. Muhlhauaen (with a ehatean of 
Prince Lobkowitz); we pass through several tunnels and galleries, 
and >^roBS tho Zakolawr Baeh. 102 M, Sialap rBail. Beilauranl), 
jonction for Neratowiti a[id Tumsu (p. 270), and for Kladno 
(p. 238), with lirsB factories and reilway-worka. 

The train follows the sinuosUlea of tbe Moldau. 100 M.LibsUi; 
112 M. Sotlck, amidst (mil-trees. 116 M. Podbaba, at the moDth 
oC the plotiiresqae valley ot the Bcharka, At (118 M.) Bubtn^, tha 
last station before Prague, the narrow, rocky valley widens. Chiini-* 
ing scenery. The line Intersecla the lower part of tbe Baumgartat 
(p. 230), and Is carried across the Moldau and several ot Its arms, and 
over the llelt-InKl, Jerfnalemi-Initl, siid K<^olinenlal (p. 3%) 
by a vast viaduct of 87 arches, 1450 yds. long. On tho loft rises the 
Ziik'iberg, tbe scone of the great UdbsUo battle of 1420. 

131 M. FrBKne,eeep.217. 

38. From Aussig to Komotan vi& Teplitz. 

*l U, lUltwjr in i<f-,-2'li brs. (flrei * Jt, DO, B S. 90. 1. K. M H.). 

Aaaig, see p. '^Vi. The train statu from tho t^tate Kallway 1 
^^^lon. </: M. Aumg-NfKHtadt. — 3 M. Illrmilt, wilh coal-mlnoi J 
^^Buebiileau belonging (o Count Nostilz. 



- IBVj «. Bilin (68 

lown (680O ii"-' ' - ■■ - "" - ^ 

Unvlt J.'. TEPLITZ. 

LOU TBebite to Ban, 16'/. SI., rallwaj 
on iif Ihe TEplltz and Lnboaiu Line. ] 

diaieau df Prince Lohkowitn. About >/( U. lo tlie S.W, ii tliD wcil-kaffl 

~ KifrfawninCKnTban*, with legtanmit; r^lway ILUIon, see p. Uli), 

Lpwordi of igOGOjOOQ boltlei of lli« wain ue annunlly exaort:.! 

U. la Iba B. of (lie 3kuerbninnen la Ihe Borutta (]fB& ft.), il,. 

Ifti-geel nut nf clinkitane, or pbonoUIe, in Oermnny, v[lh run flon nn 

"— lien. — Fmm BiUn to Uur and to Pllani, gee p. nS. 

6'/) M. Karbiti (FaU. Beslanrmit) , n Ihri^ine miinii/aEturiii ■ 
;-lflWii, 1 H. to the N. of Ihe line. The cones ot tlie MUtfl'Qibk;< 
|kpposr on the left. — 8 M. Mariamhein (Rail. Besutirant} ; >l>i 
Trlllage [Goldener llrntinEn), -with a Jesuit mnnastery end ii fgiinn.. 
pilgdmage-chuicb, lies 1 M. la the N., and hns al^o a etation on ili< 
Dox-Bodenbacli Utio Cp- 232). On the riglii is Oraupm (p. '38:1 
with the Wilholinsliohe and Koeenburg; lien HoMDuid Qi. 51!'." I, 
beyond the park of Probatan, which the ttain skirts. — 12 M. Tejilit- 
(Huil. KoBtSiitiaiit). 

I lepliti uid Environs. 

[ Builwiy Stulaoni. The gtstl^.n ft the Auiiia Uns CPI- 1>, () lies 'h M 
lo (he If, ot Iho markfl-plaeo {cabs »nd elocltlo rail"BT, s" helnw), - 
' The TTuMlop SMHos, Kn the Du)i Bod BoaenbBDh line, is 1 U- to Ilia N.W. o[ 

lies I M. to tbe S.W. oF tlie°ni»rkBr-plw:B (electric rnilwey. sec p.' 2^), 
but Iratns for LoboiiU elAri from ae Aufllie line station also. 

HsteH. •aoK Alibi(B«ijiadb (PI. a^ C, 3), in Ihe nurket-plMt 
B. 3-8, D, aVr31/^ pens. 7-lB K. ; PoBi (PI. bj 6, 3), LangcgMeej siw- 
Mnn RITDOI.P (PI. At D, 3,3), snA Biaukb aTEGN (P), e: 1), '.J), B. frJnh 3, 
D. 3<|t. peni. 10 K., toom in Ihe llnhnhor-Sti. ; HJt. kdb IMaT^ KAmi tb 
i,~EnBOFii) Suvi, Aauuuii., actalangeDhad-Str. ICS, — At Sc/iUhou (open in 
the eeaion onlj): FiauHBn's Hutu HaaiiiJiHBin'BQ (PI, fi F,3), Uadsaiusi^ 
B.S-OKT., B. 80A., peDB. 80-80 A', n-eeUy, HABsBDno(FI. gi F, 3}, Heobid- 
Allce. ud oUten. 

Beitaarsnti. At all the bolelt (aiaallT a la (u4e); Prinae Clary's 
Oar!M-3aIim (mubio, sue below) ; f urioJon, in the Btefaon-PUti : Beimt-l'arti 
aaldatt Bctiiff, Seume-air., neir the KDrgortcn ; Fin'fhuAoiii, WHUmrg, l.olh ' 
IB the Llnden-Blr., In Ihe direction of achfinan; Drtl Btitt, Glefana-Plal* i 
Fnm^JoKf- Wiarte (p. 388) ; etc. ^ 'Wine at f^wJ:'!, LangegaBie 28. 

Oataa. Sarialon (eec ^bove), with rcadine-roami (open &«); ThtaUr- 
Caff, at the theatre, lowarda lie KurgnrlDn; Caft Ctnlral, Langeeaxic; Ci^i 

ApKTtnentg ^.t tbe Kaiiertiad, the BladOiBd. the StiMsd., tlie .ffii-rrii' 
)iaw-Fai'iltaiadtr, and the .Sc/ffuD^mhail and JViubid at Bchonaa. PrivaU 
loil^ings alio abound, Ikoie at Sobdnau mostly baling garaena. aoDm 

Ku»alaa or. of Ike manager of Prince CUry't balba aX Tcpmi. 

Tiaitora' and. Kuiie Tu fnr a itay of mure Ikan a week , tat eI*B» 
ISA-., mernbom of a family 13 A. each; Bnd elaea, 12 or H, SrdclaMSori, 
Itli claai 3 AT. — A band plays la tbe Karaarlm dnilt from B.30 to S (liil, 
and Tuea. and Prid. 5-7 p.m., in Iba SMo-sarUii daily encajl Toon. 

u, aj in IDB burganen- — rosi ana xaioi 
. the Stebu-Plali. — Swimming Batli t 

blnTeplilEendSckcioBa.i>ne-horA!- . . " 
30 '.I IK ROA, tajbaddillonnl'A'i.' 

80 ft. / 
SlCK^rlg Builvsy fi> 

Geblnitcnrtm (PI. fl, C, t 
Ii, |6JI,1 EicliiraU(v 23f 
Slat* on 10 A. 

Esgllih Chareh Ser' 

TepllU-Sfh;»uiu (720 ft.), a (Bvourite watering -plioe wilh 
?4,400 inbjtb., lies in > bToad and undulating bDsin between llie 
Erzgebirge wid the Bojiomlaci Mittolgebirge, 3 M. to the N. of the 
J!i«J(i. It U now nnite^ with the village of SekSnau. The thermal 
Bprings (97-l!^0Tahr.3, nald to have been discovered as early as 762, 
are almost entirely free fcom mineral ingiediente. I1iey are beneHcli,! 
In cases of gout, rbeDmatiem, GtifTuets of Joints, etc., and arectiiefly 
u«ed for bfltlilng. Tbeir principal lource is the SladlqveUe (11^° 
Vabr,') in the Stadlbad (PI. !j), wblch also aupplUs iba Kaiatrbad 
(PI, 3 ; D, 3), the Stdnbad (PI. F, 3), the Bufaneliad (PI. ; F, 3), 
the Sclilanytribrid (Fl. F, 3), and the small Sofienbad (Fl. 10), fre- 
qaentod by Jeva. The Hirrmliaiu, Fv.T!leabad (Fl. 1 and 3j. and 
Ulu-had \T\. F, 3) at Schonau are supplied by separate springs. 

The pleasant Knigaiten (Fl. D, 3) is enclDsed by the hand- 
sntne bulldingE of the Hetrtrihaus, the Kurialon, the Eaittrbad, 
and tlie Theatre. A number of tb<: palienta asEemblo liers at an 
early hour to drink Che Teplltz and ntber naters, while the hand 
dlicuntsea iti music. 

A little higher up, adjoieing the linden-avcnne leading In 
SchSnan, is the small Seamt Park, with th« marble bust (PI. 17) 
and the tomb (PI. 18) of the poetJoftunn Oottfried Seumt, who 
died at TcpliR in 1810, Farther on arc tho Payer Anloftn, «l(h 
the handsome Ttehaical Bigh School (Fl, E, 3], — On the N, side 
of the Linden-Strasso are a nnmber of lodging-houses and public 
building, Including the Saxr,n and iVuiiJan MUilary Satht, the 
Burgtr-Spit'ii, and the Jolm'teht Spital. At the E. end of the Lin- 
dcii-Slro'se Is a Warriort' MownMnl, erected in 1S64, adJolniii« 
wbieli are the SleirAad and (be StefoMbad, meniioned above, the 
AittMan MilHaty Bath Howe (PI. iU), bnUt In 1807, the Sehlangcn- 
bad, and the fieubad. 

We return by ibe Elisabelh-Straiise, which is adjoinod to Ibe 
N. by the Kaitf-I'iTk. On a bill io the right rises the Boman OaUioUc 
Chumh {£l. ElUabelhi Fl. E, F, I); farther On, lo Ihe left, !■ the 
Bgnagoatie (PI. V, 3), with a conspicuona dome, and the JValiaianl 
Chvteh, on a terrace commauding a pretty »lew. — In the Scbul- 
ga*ae, No. 20, is the Muiatm (.PI. C, 2] opfen on Mon,. Wod„ Sat, 
10-12 and 2-4, Sun. 9.30-n.30, free), vltb prehlatoric antl<juUies 
and natural hlilory roUeotions. 

The moit attractive pUasure-^nnda at Tepliti are thote ot 
tbel«UiMigutw(PI. H, C,ii)i U IKe back orUicPriiicu CUry- 



H/236 Routt 3f<, TKPLITZ. Prom Aastig 1 

Aldringen's 5cAI'jar, nbicb occupies the bl|;lie3t Bite In the tonn. 
The gtonuds, with theic One olil limber, nod two Iftrge pands entiv- 
eued wltb evans, were Uld nut nt Iho end of taat cantut^. Thoy 

I*rc roaohed from the Sohloss-PUti (with its rococo fouutaiu-oolHfnti 
■f 1717} by tbe chief jortai of the Sebloes; or by »n antrsnee 
MJoining the Oaiten-SalOD (p. 234), where the band playe from 
,11 to 1. In the ScUosngarten, oji ttie E. side, Ii lie Mckrci(P\.0, 4), 
«l dairy. 
• The beat view of Tepliti ia affordedby the •KonigahaiiB [900 ft ; 
7!. D, E, 4), ascended by a path with 230 gtepa in 5 min. from the 
Btefans-Plati. On the top la a Monument of King Fredtrick Wi[- 
iium ///., who frequently TlflitedTepIita, erected in IMl. ; 

farther oti are the Poor House and the Frata-Joitf-Warlt, i 
lu 1807 ('Restaurant), with a tower commanding a aplendld 
of Teplitz and Ita environs [adm. 20 h.). Towards the S.W. Is 

BckkielitnbUTg Etitatlrant, i grotesque oaateiiated bnilding of i 

ajid bricli; and in Che direction of the Neierel ia tbe Schiesahinu- 

— To the 8. (ii/i hr.) rises the WachholderhBrB (;1253 ft.), also a 

Tery fine point of iIdw. Wa ascend by the Bilin road, past the 

I Bobioaagarten, and talte the 'Kathariiien-Weg' to the right. Halfway 

Pup Is tbe BergschtBtichen Eeitaurant, 
Another good Tantage'i;round ia the Btsfunhihe (837 ft, 
V, 3), which rlges to the E,, above Sohouau, ascended from 
tiagec-Straase (Pi. K, F, i), to tbe left, or to the right from 
WHto to the Scbio9Eberg fPI. F, 3). — Farther distant, to i: 
ilaes theBohloasbergtiaSOft.; oomp. Fi. F, 3 ; ascent ^/(hr. 
horse carr. 4, two-horae 6 A*.). On tbe top are a ruijied 
(partially reatored), with a belvedere tower (adrn. 20 h. ; good 

and a restaurant. 

The MeB9tfry-Wee(Pl. F, 2; ono-horso oarr. 2 A", two-hatw 
3 K 20 'i.) leadg from 8oh6nau to the (8/4 M.) Turner Park (re- 
ataursnl) and acroaa the main atreet of the village of 3\irn, follow- 
ing lbs eleoCrlc railway (p. 235) paat tbe rail, atation of Ptobalsa 
Cp. 234), lo the (i'k M,) Probitaaer Park (reataurant). 

EiehwUd [1406 ft. ; *£urAau> Tlitralenbad, with rogtauront 

and bydrepathic, cloaed in winter; Meituurant Watdeiruhe and 

BtUeout, both wlthgardena, lower down ; iodgingi ahoimd), 3'/i M. 

to tbe S.W. of Teplitz, situated on a slops and in a ravine of tbe 

Erzgeblrge, is a favonrita sumoier- resort. The dnaty highroad 

from Tepliti to Eichwald pssses numerous mines of browu-eoal 

(electric railway, preferable, gee p. 235; oarr. 4, with two horses 

^^6 ff.). — A road and paths lead from Eiehwald to the (20 min.) 

^^SelivelstjiigeT , a forester's home (1575 ft.; restaurant), which 

^^nommaDds a pictureaque view of Xepliti; and the plain, bounded 

^^by the Schloasberg and the Milleschsaer. — A level road leads 

^^Rtom the Thereaienbad to the W., through wood, to (IV4 U.) the 

^^B^ppclburg, auotber foreiter'a hauae (lAnli.), with a deet-paik. "^m 

wliicli rlBB the WilhctmihUht [1 150 ft.) anil the'iloMnAurp [1381 tC ; 
rfmts.), two flne pointa. To the E., above IIolion3telQ,rliieB('/jht.) 
the riiln ot Otltrtbarg (i5Si ft.]. — TheGnapon road, then uoende 
by Obtrgrauptn (the old ro»d lo which is shottet, but flteapef) to 
tlie (4 M.] Miiehtnturmchcn [3644 ft. ^ Inn), a conapicuoua point on 
tha crest of the E»geblrgo (oarr. from Taplttz 10, with two boriea 
IG «-.). 

FaoK TiPLin id Lonoarti, V> M , railway In 3 Ufa. Tr»In« il«r( 
(rnm Lbc Auiiig itntlon (PI. D, 1), viewi Keoerall; lo Die left (I'e'WFi^a 
Itaiacli and Borcilau Ibe Hllleicliuier !■ vliible un (lie rlijlili. U H. 
HtUint (ne bBlov); S-AII. T-^pUti-ScliloHearUiUPi A, I; on ths rUbt, Ui« 
IVacAADldtrbitv) 1 6 H. AiipiridHit (&<M It.l, jonution of tho Tiinnltz kna 
Ftllin rallwBv (p. 9Sll ; tben, buf Dnd a Iudbb], gtitloni JIoIipA t,ni Bduillan. 
— From (lai/i M ) Sorufaii tbe •>m*iKbui«f. or DtrMrrilurg (9710 R,| n»y 
lis a'CCDdeil ti> )2 hri. : rdid (o (SVi H.) /^Uou (19J0[t.> InnWhisntB Ibe 

vil Ronieablait lo (3'/g hn. 

il M, ioftortte (p ■J32). ___^^ 

Beyond Tepliu the Hue passes numeromniiiifli, — IBM, SeHens 
(aea above); 15 M. Vllmilorf. 

18 M. Dax (705 ft,; 'Kroat; atadthoulj RnU, ii a 
town vlth 12,000 Inhah. and lignite mines, sugac-reBnerles, glus 
works, etc. On tte S,W. lide of Che marke (-place, '/* M. from the 
etation, ii the Schlois of Count Waldsttin, a kinsman of the 
eptobrntcd Wollcniteln, with Its baroqne chorr.h and a 'museum' 
containing varintiB memorials of the great general [iliown by tlie 
steward; fee I A'.), — From Ddx to Baat and Plhen, see p. Q49. 

20Vi H. Prtuhm (7(K) ft.; Rail. RestaDrant). To the left are 
RDveral bnsnltlc peaks, In the distance Is the Biliner BoTKlun (f.'i^i) ; 
at the font of the Krigeblrge, le the right, Uea the abbey of Ouegg, 
with the llittm^tp behind It (leo below). 

27'/BM.Brfix(784fl,-, Ron; AdUr; Rail. Sataurant), all.riv- 
ing town or 21,^00 Inhab., with a Iste-Gothio churvh and a muderii 
Kathaus, is commanded by the rnlna of an ancient casllc [ascent 
Vs hr. ; reBtaQrinl). — The mineral apringa of PSUna riso 6 M. to the 
B., on the road to Saal, 

FaoH naux t.i MoLnAit, 34H., Hulnnj <d I'/ihr. The line liitencoli Iho 
Diidenbuch and Romolau railvray al [4i/. M.) ir4™-(»wl«"tinlrfii'-/llOOOrt.). 
ft H. Oiiw (iilQ ft. I iTnOir em OnUmleli), a mail (DHn oilh a lamoui 
CliKnlas abhiTt fuonded In Itaa Ulb unl. (bMulirul vlmr rri>m Hie 
wladow) or lbs rarectnrr). In a rarla*. % hr. briber an, la tbe ruin 
easlls of matitiirg (1S40 ft.) — 11 It. KJijftrrraft (1190 fV ) lUtbant), 
— -11 «a4 ■BDlsat mir' ■ "- ' ■■-- " '■ — '■ 

I XMIfHeafil (I3fi3 n.|, B good i 

Is >ii (tavi u.) mhii>aid (p. -a: 

idl l.< i'H U.) Mcldaa {-im (I.; 



>wn al Ibe bau of lbs Gr>K*blTfB, oaar wblcb 

' ilDt of view. Tbsnu tb« Use 

I LO (70 M.) Kithuttra, and vU 

Hall. RciliiiranlJ, Ibe Autiriaa 

« (21 H.l TieWiahki. —. 

iTblBb are the minenl ■pringe ot aaliKhUi; 
SeiUuruil: UnioD), abun luwn (IO,3COIiih>b.) db the Effcr, 
Inea ti> (22 H.) Leboalli [p. 283] "nd In & M.) Fiisti"-- 
B a. ZSfMtt {797 ft] 1 braD«h lo Oa'/t «■) B»u(H>iti 
leAlan [920 n.; Ball. ReilauranI). on Ibe tli/li BacH, i 

nbab.i DOVi H. SugliXmu CIudcUod for tb« rallwiL, . _. _ , 

StfMehtiie and nitaflt). From (AH M ) J>u/iitt(13eOfl.)Bt>ruaeh'tlBe Iit" 
.0 Ul'/i V> fitriia') (p. 21BJ. — 78 «. SnfcAgw (bcsncb-Uue In Uoathvii 
lUB lielovj. 81 H. iVamU' (Fmu-JuserSUtlan), see p. 317. 

35 H. VunTna(9T0rt,)i branch to (II MOPotEclxiKidCp. 2)1<i 

On tbe slope to tbe right, the chtteda of RoUnhaui. — 37</3 M, 

Ddioilt-OSrJiau LlOtiOft.]. GBikau (oat Schorsch), also « eUtion 

on tbs Bodonbach and Komolau Una (p. 23'i), has Urge coiiod'IdIU.i. 

41 H. Komotan, see p. '239. 

39. From Pragae to FranzeiiRbad vi& Carlsbad 
and Egar, 

lifli/, M. E.ll.wii (BmrhlMr^d £rti.) ii> 5i/^-BV,brf. (farca IB A, 'Ji, 
tl *r, 40, B i-. 30*.i express 37 X,, IS «-. 60, B K. W) *.)■ 

Seagal (BiO ft.), see p. 217. The train surta froro the Staaia- 
Salmhaf, srosaes the Molds q to the [l^/jM.) Bul»a Blolion, and 
■kirts tho tovn (Eleinseite) Id a wide vuito. 3>/i M. Sandtor 
jlfallon, liear the noWedere (^. 229); 6M. tVeleiiouln; 7M. Libott 
(lOGO rtO- To the left rises the Weisie litrg ; on its If.W. elopo 
is the Stem fp. 230). 8 M. Jfitsin; Wj., M. floillmitt; iS'/a M. 
flTiinfaio (13)6 ft. i Rdl. neataurant], a b^y miriing town (18,600 
inhah.). Branch-line In I1/4 br. to ClT'/a MO ATralup [p. 233), 
traversing the itch KJadno coal-distiint. — To Cha right of (34 M.) 
Smi are the heights of the 5£aniDafc£. ^— 39 M. Luina-Litehan 
f)2a0 ft.; Rail. Beatanrant). 

Tu BeliuM, SaV'J v., railway Id 3 bra. - ¥.an. (i M.] BaiO'.iU (Krone), 
■ lowBCauOdlBbaii.iwIiiiiivoaDdsateate-lafforssnd tlieOulliie cburtb "f 
Si. Barbara, a branob-llne rum lo jr4ult (p. 3J9t 2Bi/iH.) and aaolbei' i" 
AUMou (p-U7}, vii iVifdMudi'fvlMte. — IQH. Bvrii Pm/UI', toui..i' ' 
about tlUD.Wie splendidly TenOredbTKmp. diatleslV., abd dd» be],...' 
lu Hrinoe yUraliSBlMM. It) H. »r^i is Ibe eblef place In lbs prin. - 
doioiUD [en, Stttq. H.). TlicDue wd follow Iha Senna vaJlt^y la (33 M 1 
7*.rau« (p. MS}. 

42M. /frupaQonntionforffoaeMfiqtofli, 8M0; 46 M. ,1f«rulin- 
Koanmca. Tlie lluo crosBea a woodod bilJ and enleri the valley of 
Iha Tmowa. 62 M. Trnowan (050 ft. ; to the right, SchUon Dohril- 
tehan,viitb a small mineral bath). The train tben crosises the Eggr, — 
BiVl M. SftU(772ft.; Bail. Rulnuranf; Engd; Hmilik'j, an oM 
town on the right bsniL of the Egor, with 16,200 lllbsMt«nt«. Tbe 
old DeltanaU-KinAt «■« relioilt after a Sre i^lSliSj Jbe Rulhu 
" il ea ft om 1559. Hops are largely BUltirsb 
id lo Duj, soo p.24'J. "■ 

^^ KOMOTAU. 3U. Botitt. ddi) 

The Udb PDtera (ho fslloy ot the Saubach. U» U. HomtiU; 
73 M. Prieten (UtOO irilmb.), with Iron-works mid ■ miner*! spring. 

T!< M. KomoUn (1080ft.; Schtrbcr; llelttrj Bail. £«l<iurant), 
Bii oM Lowii (15,900 lnh*b.) wiih & Isto-Golhio chuicli, ti the foot 
or thu En^abtrae. Tha Stadt-Park [i/i f/[.) la » fiiYouHte resort. 

Fri..«Ki..Mui.oTOCH«iiBi™| Mtnif yli nilUlHhlil^ (Tiil't I'Mhru,) 
nr vill ITilj'Erf Dud JwuMrp (91 U.| 7>/t hta]. The lint alallouB un Ibe 

•a'h Jt. SowMAt'ci U6US rt}, IVi N. 
lu luD a.D,, >•!>» •DuuiiiiiDuuuii;uurcu. !3b. ^'DMitf tr-RaUcAJvT/ ,' P hu h Iu 
(4100 Inhibl is the taDniD u[ miny lllnonnt mualeliu. lltyand C30 If.) 
Xa;^(<rvl)ir])neT«ub>^9lUciilDilnii1ai|pClBlC13SIin.]i II Ibsn <la<iODd> 
to la: II.) BilusUithtrg Bud slang the Suon frontlsi la Ul'/iill.) Wetftrl 
&m nx * lawn wil£ 10.010 Inlisb. (euglom-tinaiie aimalulIUD). Ql M. 
OraMoAI <'21S0 ri,i Rsil, n^atBOFiint), Thcnco vli .IsfloCnv lo Cbemnllis, 
•ra nuKh^ir'i JT. aimtmy. — Ftdhi l!ranubl abnncb-Unu luwla In aU'^XO 
CiA(i--(n<fml<»Keeflrti FUbnuM BMdl Kulihkd), micnu* lit nsMtliife 
tam rt.l. Iho blgheel moumuln in »l[ii.>nv, <ni» l>a ucendcd In >/, hr.; 
..■. ■■■llriK M «lllMl« view. 
<' -'i-Hg^b 11978 R,| tfrAnH 
' ^1 buiT nlnlai plnoi, 
'' iil^bul uDlnl of Ills 


uSiAh. lo IhoW. of I'l 
If «arf(ir-mi, HieliHli. ■ 

»7 M, /fun^en-;trtMiier;<.l'ji'/' [It.iil. lU'^t^uirnnt), 2M. to tbn 8. 
nt whlob, OH the £;«r, lies K«.adeii(976fC; Autlrju; Hrfinn-SiHini), 
an old town (TbiXI Inbab.] with »n inttrasilng gitewsy and a town 
ball ur the lutb Mututy. Outeldo the town la ■ Fnnelsosn luon- 
nnlucy with * Iste-linthTo I'.hiirdli. Near the town rises th« HelUgtn- 
liirg and I'/i hr. rrom the etitlon (blue wty-marki!] U tbe ruined 
rutio of tlruienitein (restsursntj. 

SOVt M. KlSiltrU [B>th>aa;i, s sniU tend belenglng to Count 
'I'biin, with s largo porcsUin'minufsctory. The train croases tbn 
liyrr and followi Its ptutly »*lley (views to thu right), 8ctor»l un- 
trii|K.rl.iinl»tmlona. From (102 M.) Wirftmllji a htHnch-Une diverges 
(0 (fti/i M.) Olmmbel-SaatTbTunn (p, 247). TIio lino then qutW the 
EK'" i^nd rullu^B the WlitrlU in the right, tlirough a hilly dlatriol, 

— 107 M. SMarkeuwrth (1280 ft. ; Renlhaus), a nmsll town with 
* nhnlunii nnil park u( tho llrand-Unko o( Tnsoany, 

IirnBt'li-lmi' in tu mla. lo (D'h H.j Jaaohlnitbal (3%B n.i fi(ad< Drudrnt 
KoiHT von (ii'UvriM,]. n Iowa of TlOU Inbab., wllb B iDOilurn obnrrjb ai'l 
a lown-bBll wtih B LlWary. Tlia word 'thaler' Is Uerlved Eron Ihi mini 

CJuBob lhrl.,<' , t\nii-ii in Iht tltrBr ru>T ■ hera b> I-^unl Scbllk in the 

llltbconi. Tbr ..,!>..:> cnnUIn Urutiun urr. troui whicli ItadluiD Is nr<i- 

112 M. l}„UwiH (v. 1X7). nrsncb-llno 10 (8 M.) WtfWiitriiii. 

— IIOM. Oarlibad fHatl. Restavrant}; Ibo town (p. 212) lie* on 
thn oiipoalw bniili of the ligor. t M. from tbe rallwsy, To Maritn- 
hatl and Joha<ui'Oe'>rgea'linU m-: p. 247, 

, '" B ayond OatUbBd the rsilwuy quits Ibe Mgor, whlth froifl fttej 
^^■fttO Klhojion non-s Uiriitt^li n ileop snd tordioiiH runky 


, ascenS 

bill t 

ueead the vbI 

oy). We 

rn byt 


iMomd lo til 

*:g" and 

bytbaRHhrstee. - 

■^tka, cllta" 


«■. Ap 

11 t&rMad (p 



I Brtl 

The line r 


B chSWiin of Count No 


240 nouis 39. EGEtt." 

turn tow»rds the N, to (124 M,) Ckadau (1423 ft.J Urannli-line 
t4i/j M-l mu-Ih,hlaii (p, 247), 

12572 M.iVniJoW (1480 ft.). 

To EtBOOKK, *M., br.ncb-llBe in aemlnntcB. SUL Btli»n-Bcl.aM, »1 
ffifmau'ilaige gliae-worka. Tliea the Vi<Ki«ui-SchaM, the KaihariHt 
SchacM, and Iha viUaiS of Orflnlou, with brick-works. — 1 M. BiboBi 
(l»Sn.i 'ITtfHMKouiffirK/iJdoriyM Ita name Calbow^) from tbe ludd. 
bend Df tbe Eger rounfl tbe ronkv eminenca od wbich tbo town 1b oban 
iogly Bitnaled. Tba dW caaija nt tba Mareravea of Vohbutg, mbsegoont 
i.r tbe enbenjlaufan, Iradllionillj fonnflad in 870, ia now e pri!on [Ui 
view; iliitois admlltedj. Tbe Ratbaua conlaina n fragmenl and 
modal of a raateoric alone found bere, called (be 'Vatwnnsobene Dorgiri 
Cenchioloa eimnf), to wUich sarioas traditiona allwli. Large poruela 
factorial. ~ Prom the atalion a vleasasl walk mt.] be taken np tbe beani 
lat nuoded Oedriioih-'ral to lbs acbBtieshHuB (ocou Ilie Ggcr by H 

'I Boci (p. 21TJ, and tbeuce by 
- 130 M. Folkauoi (OBtil), i 

tbe valley of the Xaodav to earllHtirg, wllb a cbitavi of Couot Auartner 
(S H.) BMiladl, an old mining town wUb 1100 iDbsh., aad (II «.) Annta 
KolHm, 3H. tottieE.orwtiiclilttbounalllownorffiAtHiAjiprfni. IQi/il 
Oraalitt nTSOfl.; Ealtir tm Oaltrrei'Ti), an laduatrial town wllh lJ,ISI 
inbabitantl. Tben Knus the Saion fronliar to (19 U.) XtlnBaHal. wben. 
a bFaoeb-rallway rone to Zuiila, on tbe Cbeinnlli and Adorf railway <ti 
Baeiltkar't Serthtrn Oinndilrt. 

133 M. Ziedltij ii5a.l>aaanitzi 139 M. /rdniji^ierf (1374 ft. 
The oldprovostry of Maridiulm, 31/2M. to thsN.jwith HpUgrvmage 
eliuruh, is sslil to li«ve lieen onco « haunt of robbers, the lioiios < 
wlioaa tlntims ff) are sliown in i vault. 

146Vi M. riW(;ftni(i(1405 ft.; K si 1. Restaurant), JiiiiiMioii h 
Fmnetnsbad (p. 211). The train crossea the Eger, 

liS'/jH. Eger. — Hoteli. ■UEtNi. Welirl zvm Xaibek Wilhkl 
tPl. aj D, 4), uppoaitp (he Blalion, E. 2-5 ff., B. DOS. ['Zwiii EmUKaioc 
(PI. e; G, 3), Markt 36. R. fiom3£; Both. Neuubboku (PI, b; n, t 
Dabnbor-Blr. 19, ]l.S-S£.; GuLDKBU(aij:RH(Ft. dg C, S). Harkt :iti Ririi 
Piisi KoDou (PI. 0, 0, 3) Babobof-Str. 31 — Soatanruta: 'iMIac 
Raiauranii rUlorMi, Markl 30; Paumter. in (be Sparkaoe {PI, B, 3], - 
For s <J!iil In tbe town Shoara are safflcieot. 

Kyw (1523 ft,), wltL 23,500 inbsli., formerly a free Imperii 
town and. fortrsEa, lies on a 111] on tiie riglit bank of the Egt\ 
Ftoin tbD railway- station (PI, F., 4) the Bahnbof-Strosse laads f 
llie N.W. In '/, ht. to the Mahstplatk (PI. B, 0, 2], at Ilia upp( 
end or whluh ii a hroDze Monument to Emp, Joseph II., b; Wilfei 
(1887), and a fountain with a statue of Koland (1684). — In lli 
Stadthaut, at the lower end of the Marktplatz, on 25ch Keti.j 1634 
Tallsnstein was assassinated by the Irlsliinan Dayareu* ' ' """* 
^b police guard-room, SO h. ; catalogue '20 h.). 





^ 1 \ 514. 







: v^""^ 


- II, ffvIM JtMn, duim objeoui old 2it*r I 
, mini Mil miiliili. Eftr Pawml't Seem, viiOt tvmtitia laTniian 
eostotnet. — IV. Ilctm. Birlr vievi and pUn> »f ScnTi UBS. ud 
^d Aurki. Ai ths sill: leW. AJItr fr nUI mbroldSKd with basd« 
I cent,}, — V. Jroam, Iran maiiey-bai (ITSO.) — VI. Seam. BselBnliut- 
M.Ti. — VII. Rr»nh Prcbliliirla tiilclcg found on Uie KrantcnaliiOi 
i»-:>il>l nttarnl hlatory cnllaclloni. 

Tbn Iniperlsl Bubo, or Cabtlm (PI. A, B, 1; silm. iO h.), 
Miiiiilcd In tbe ftngle rormed by ■ bastion of (he old fortlfloitloni, 
ijii ,1 [ouk ibDve the itver, to th« N.W. of the town, vm eneted by 
Fruilarlck lUrbxrossn ifter blx marriage <n 1U9 to Adelhetd of 
Vohbiirg. I'ritiihtliited since 1G94, it liu lieen t luin since 1743. 
The tafty squire lower , built of blonka or Iavk, belonged to an 
•*iliet outla of the lUKrgriTcs of VohbDig. The elegant double 
*Clutptl (llnisbed n!)out12U), tbe lower stoij BomatiBgque, tho 
upper pdnted, In Intureitlng. 

or Ha »r1J<,Inlnn hinquBl-foom, in whleli W«n«n«toln*« oMeata Illu, 
Toratkr, Kiniky, an<! JJcuiiinnu wcrs tnarderad b law boura bsCor* 
Daianux Hiuiltintail III* ^eiieral, tlis arobaa at tbe wlndimi onw Hunt 
nauia. Tba o<iurl-r>ird l> miw a tnrdsn. Tha teFrtea, BO n. above the 
Kgar, tommandu a iiJoiuIng view: hi Iho B., Id Mia dlraotlnn <if Lba •Iraini, 
rl» tha lliraa iKwtn lit Mariakultn (p. 3111). 

The handsome dhurch of tho dOAnery of St. Ntcliolai (PI. B, 0, 1), 
founded In 1111, in the pointed atyle, with nATeinil aialaa of equal 
height, borne by olgbt plUara, coiilnlna a flne new pulpit. 

KiuuMiuna FKiiH Elian. t>1i>ni<nnl pivminnsdai Hcsnd bntb bank! of 
lh> B((r. Tba biialllc Kaimmrbim (IBtO rt,], diaurlbad by Ooetba, !■/, br, 
In the K.W.I the rjulln nf Hmtlirvg, i M. lo the 8,, with nlwiiit ilewi 
the Omntire neOB n.) wllb IUb (!bai>iil iif SI. Anne, cinnuaudlng dlilanl 
•li-wii Ilia alibey iit WahliBiim |raU. atatloii), founded In IVit and 
•a.iiilirlKed In ISOH Al'xa»a4nbtd, Jfurliniad (|i. ItOO), ato. 

Fboh Kuhh to Frami»i«h«u, 4Vg M., rsUway In 11 mfnulas. 

TrMUenibad. — «««■ IlnUuraft. - Satala (gonarally cloimd lo 
wlntar). 'KlImuaviUA (Fl, ai P. i), R. fi (B, B. \<l,. paui. [ram 10 A',, 
■UatiD aAni.( IJ,i1,l.nlbBBliutuaIl.atF.i TuaT [Vl. o^ U.S), Kirlxii^ 
gu,, with two d>lMndaDi>M I *Paxx-IIot»< (PI. di C, 3). •tUtui. B»iaTUii 
(PI. •) B, 3), R. Aom 9, una. 7.11X.> HStki, Uti.vsni^uK uxA lUi.uvna 
ipl, m , 0. ll, n. 9-B, paaa. B-U K, < both In the rark-Sir. > Un»L Qiaiu 
(ri, f I C, i), appualU tha aielion, B. 3.8 X . Kat'tii vux OixTHitiuii 
{Fl-*< II, 3), l.'.iiUi<B-Rli. (tbate two open In wlntar •l>i.)i UiVribBOunk, 
Kaliar-etr.. R. B 4 X.) BoitRk (Pi. b i 0,8), Kmiis (PI. 1 1 G, ». Htut Liiriin 
(PI. ki II,S), thsaa tbrae In ilia Kulmer-Str. i DXDnDiuiB Bol' (PI. I«0,EI], 
roa1|iBBa W, •- Numaroua Laooiiu Ilouaut Bfraanmla ehiiuld ba un- 
fully made hebraband. — BatMarutii JOrltniii ITdtMi- (aae abate), 

Oobii Uinnd Onm lba aMUOB, with DDBliilraalf.Wft., two biinai 3 X. 
(from 10 p.m. to 11 a.m. 1 or ir.ii^hht. 80 or 1 IT. W, 1 hr, IX. SOV or 
B JT, t whnie riar IB nr VR A., mil faa. 

TUltora' and Kuilo Tai uricF* atai ofmon IhanT d»i] lataluiaO, 
9B4el. 1U, »td rt, i:< A - Hixle 6-7 a.m. at tha SBltquglln.T.B a.n. at tba 
... Frid., gkt.l4, Hon. « Thuri.Uip.m, Id tba 
rtiidiara. - ft< * lUtjf^ WMfTl. 0, <fc 

lU-8(r. •■ fiiyl'lk <^. 

■>'■ Inatrla. lOlb H 


Fransembad [1147 ft), b fsvoudte wRtsring-plMe [1800 Iji- 

ib.j BOOOviBitora Minmlly), fUuateil on a higli-lyiiig plttln bo- 

n the outakiitB of Che Bobeiuian FocssI, ihe Fichtelgebirge, and 

Ecigelilrge, possesses ten miiiDrsl epringo (ch&tyboate aod saltne, 

imprBgnsted with carbonic acid gas), usdd for bathing and drinking, 

and alito mud sud gis baths. From the Railtnay Station (PI. G, D, I) 

the Bahnliof-StTBBee leids !n 3 min. to the "Bll-sbttdcd Karpark 

(PI. B, C, 2), with the Cafl-Salon and a Statue of Emp. Frnncli I. , 

tbo fuundor of the baths, in bronze, by Suh wan thaler. In tha Kaisec- 

Str., to the S. of the Kutpark, is the Kurhruu (Tl. B, 4), from which 

a long colonnade leads to the frnfUFfujucUs [PL lj, the chief 

driiiking-well , undei a rotunda. To the S.E., beyond Che Solz- 

qaeU-Park, are ihe SalniucUt (PI, 5) and the WieetnqveUe [PI. 6), 

under the same colonnade, and oeat them are the Franz 3ofepk-Bad, 

on the right, and the handsome Kuiteihad [PI. D, 5], on the left. 

ExcDanioas. To Ibe H.W. to the pit hr.) AnlimitnltRM (1S20 fl.), noA 

^^ to the cuUeg of SUAn-n {Vl, hr.] and LiAtnttein 12 tan.), oil fine polDU of 

^■tIsvi K. to B'Mnlurg and WilStttin (Bach a hti.)i S,, to the fU br.) Cafi 

^KlHramanO, aad thence lo Itae (Vi hr.) Xannei^eAl (gee p. 3ll1 and rla 

^^KSMn Id the [i/i hr.) RalaHraBl ilHAUrl, chaniiln;l]r lilnaled on Ihe Eger 

^^■bmnibDs [ram. l^nzensbad Ihrlce every oriemooD, SO A.). About >/• br. 

^^■anher up ia the SinktiUiaui (ResUuraat), preltlly altoated amid w 

^WMlh a charming view tram Ih^ chapei „I SI. Jnna. 

^B 10. Carlsbad and EiiTirons. 

^^ Bailway Btatlsn, Slalian of lU Bm-MMrad RattKay (1 
(ur lfaricntind''r ' 

> le tHe German r 

Hotel..™ 'Gmiin Hotbl Pupp (P]. » : 0, G), iJle Wieie, E. froBi 

D. i K.. omnibDi eo ft., clnaefl in winter , -eivoi WaBTiiiiD Hutki. . 
C, 4), WEBteod-Htr,, with lid, R. from 4, JJ £'/•' d^- *. »- B S- clo«ed In 
wintori 'GULDBBBa ScniLn (PI. b, D, B), between the Beirher-PJate and the 
KeneWlEac, with lilt, B, from iE.; •Hotbl Bkistoi, (PL d; C, 1), Wul- 
ena, witb lift, R. from lOK. per week, elojed in winter i 'Sitai. koHias. 
vn,i,i CPl. Qi 0, 4), Weilond, with 11(1, K, iO-flOS. per week, eloBed in 
wlDleri -ABOBifs Hotbl (PI. ci D, fl|, Weiia -WisBe, with American hiri 
H6t. Kbub (Pi. bi C, 3). Park-Btr., wiDi ilfL^ B. froni 1 A., cloicd Id wlnler^ 
Poei (PI. m-, C, 3), BgBi-.Blr., opposite Ibe Sladl-Park, R. 4-S, D. S-4, pens, 
8-16 K. I Hoi. OosuHEHTiL (PI. k ( D, 4), in Ihe markel-place, at Ibe corner 
Df llie Ute Wieae, B. from 4 A.; -HdT, HAKfOTEB (Pi. p; D. 4), In Ihe 

markfll-pliwe, B. a-iaff.i aEniDBHi-HoTiL ("■ ■■>■>" "- ■ — 

(Pi. li C. 3), KdasnaBOgB Bop tP]. o, D, B), i 

BBBSe; HaiBL PK EOftSlB (Pi. ej D, 3), pABiDll 

iJT., B.Toi' D.S-lA.iHoPKBSToeE, Lo'iB,'Ttaeal6reaH8'(Pl. D,fi) i'mobobb- 
STBiui, Kainn-Slr.i U!n. TBiniwEis |Pi, ]| B, S), K»lsep Frani-lDiereir., 

E, a-B, D. a, pens, from 9 JT, i ScnOTiKSiiius (PI. s; B,3), Kalier Prani-Joscf. 

■ tt"' 



I 'h It. 1 X. aO *. Al nlgtt, I 
-- ■"-'— "--mniflr, 4 or 6 K., i 
n tottaetuirn BOA. 
r, AirK BiutliBlici - B 
Ic da; B, hsir-dsf 6, 
. ^ lerg 3 K i la IbD iprj 


. il iarl Bayi 
nonl.uc(i6n', ealen by pBHenll, l« » Wnd of ca 

Amoricu OoBiDlar Aunt, Jalm B. Tumi. 

Euglinh Dtaunh Ip. 3IC); Sun. >Drvlca durini 
-- I^rubrterirm Brrvict^ San. It a 

Ebglise PuTBiuiABi Or. jlrOiiir Piti, AUe Wienc (Onldene Kronu). — 
iNTEBi'EETiR : laditig Kohn, Hsos Hallsladt, ObEre echuleaue. 

Carbiad or KarUbad (llG5ft.), ■ nelebrited watering-pUee, 
with 16,000 tnhab. and opwards of 60,000 Tlsitora Bonually, the 
waters o( nh[nh are especially efflnaciaus in liver-compUlnU, la 
titualeil In (he uarroir valley of the Ttpl, the plne-elad slopeB of 
irhieh are traversed by paths tn all directtooB. The springs ara eaid 
to have been disnoveied in 1347 by Emp. Charles IV. while hunting 
Cwhence the monument In the Stadtgarlen); but KaHsbad wu 
known as a health-resort a century aarllor. 

1'be ebtef ingTCdLenls i,( the minBFal water arc luliiliiilg of asda, car- 
bonaU nf andn, imd cDiDman salt. Tha inrinu riis nsar tba I'enl fconi 
beneutta a yer; bud kind at rock, known as Sprudolichale, or 9prado]- 
dMLka, a craH rrom whkh, wbcnvsr it is broken Ibriiogb, tbs hot water 
gaibei op. Tbe grealer part or Ibe town ii built upon tbla ornet, under 

UDldrOD sicapas (liraugli arli 

puiage for thennelvBS. At Iba tlins ot tbs BsrtbqnBko at Lisbon tba 
SpiDdEl ceued to Bow Tor Ibme di;), Thore are In ^1 seventeen liol and 
two cold apriiiEi, nblcli tuj In temiitirstnre from £0° la ISJ' Fslir. nnd 
BTB mod botb tor balbinf and drinking. About 2,000,000 boltloa of tbe 

I Th« oMeGt and most capiouB (6B0 gsllona per min.) o! these 
f BptingBiatheSprudeltPl. 19; lli4°Fabt,], on the tight tank of the 
' Tepl, connected with whkb lathe Hygitia - Quelle. On the left 
bank »re the MuhUnmnen {PI. 14; 121"), the Nrubrvnntn (Fl. 15; 
138°),tbeTAeres;en6™nnBn(.Pl.120;134°) the^arjtl6ninntn(P1.13; 
104"^, the KaUer-Karl-Quelle (PI. 11 ; 112"), and the Schtossbrunntin 
(Tl. 17 ; 108") { moie or Ibbs connected with these are the Ruatisehc 
Kronquelle (PI. 16; 109"), the Bwniarclii-BruntMn (PI. 7 ; 137"), the 
EHMtsift-Purifa (PI. 8; UT"), the Felirnqvelte [PI. 9; 144"J, the 
Spitalbnirmen (PI. 18 ; 100°), the /furAauiqucUe (PI. 12), the Kaiter- 
irttnn«n(Pl. tO; 118°), theHo«ft6^fpw-^?^<He(102"),anathBPorfc- 
^eUf (124']. The two cold springs are the Btefanle- Quelle (al- 
kaline-snllne, with carbonic acid), bcion the Schweizerhof (PI. E,6), 
and the Etaenquelle, on the slope of the Dreikreai^berg. There ace 
four Balh Bousti, with mineral, tiiud, vapour, and other baths (the 
Kaiserbaa, the Spmdel Baths, the Kuihaus, and the Nenbsii). 

At an early honr, In the height of the season (June and July) 

even befoTC 5 a.m., the water-drinkers repair to the various springs. 

At the MQhlbrunnen and Sprndel, where tbe band plays from 6 to 8, 

the crowd is often so great that the patients have to wait more than 

L ■ quarter of an hour before they are served with a glass of water. 

I Th e lown is creeping up towards the Bvachtichrad Railway 5iu(ion 

r (Fl A, 1), to the M., on the left bank of the Eger, but the busiest 

[ part or It is tlie quarter bounded by the Stadt-Parb on the N. and 

thePupp'scheEtahlissementon theS. Adjoining the pleasant Btodt- 

Fark (PI. 0, 3), on the left bank of the Topi, is the Btadtpark Bt- 

ilourant (p. 343), with a colonnade contiguous, where the water of 

the Parkqiiellt (see above) is drunk. On the opposite bank ia the 

lleubad, with mad'baths. — To the 8.W. runs the handsome Park- 

Straise, inwhiob, on tbe left, tliesAa Synagogue, erected in 1876-77 

frooi dest|;ns by WoltF of Stuttgart. On the right, fartliet up, is tbe 

Military Kurhaua (Y'\.B,i\tba Evangelical Hotpkc, and the^uMian 

Church of 88. Peter *- Paul, erected in 18!)a-97 from Wieder- 

L mann's designs, with a gilt central dome and frescoes on the out- 

lalde. Farther on is the Cafe-Ealai>rantKUin-VersoilUi{Pl.B,i). 

I On the S.E. aide of the Sudt-Park ia ths Austrian MUilary 

I Bath House (PI, 0, 3), within whit* rise the Kaiierbrvnnm and the 

Bochbtrger-QutUe (see above). Next cornea the KuThftaa ('soirees 

dansantoa' on Sat.) and the *lCiUiIbru]uien Colonnade (Fl. C, D, 4), 

of the Corinthian order, erected by Zitek in 1871-78, with the 

ElUnbeth-Quelle, the ITttTiilenbrurintn, the BemliardibTunnen, tha 

[ Ntubrunnen, and tbe SluhO)tunntn. Above tbo colonnade ara^H 

I the E^gliA Chunh ^H 
6 loada to the Ua&k«t ^^ 


Sprudel Colonnade. CARLSBAD. 

grounilB of tbe Schloseberg (see below) and the 
(PI. 0, 4), built iu 1877. 

Piom tbe Coloiinado tlieMublbt unii'Straase leads to the Ua&k«t 
Plaok (PI. D, 4), where the Kaiser Karla-Quellt (PI. 11) and the 
Marklirimnen (P!, 13) rise under the »oodeu JtfarJIKSrunn Colim- 
fiadr, witb the StadUurm towering albove it. On the left ia the 
Pojl ^ TeUgrafh Office. To the M.W. a bros^d Qight of steps sscenda 
to the Sohlossberg. Hera, on the right, rises the Schloasbrunnen 
(PI. IT), opposite whiob, on the left, Is tbe Buiii»che KronqutUe 
(PI. 16). 

From tbe market-plMU tbe Sprudel-Briicte oroaees the TepI to 
tbe *Bpnidel Colonnade (PI. D, i), ua imposing iron structure 
by Hellmer and Felhier (1879). Within thU colonnide rise Iha 
Ilygiein-QatlU, adorned with a sCatue of Hygieia by Fernborn, and 
the Sfbudbl (p. 214), which gashes np Id 40-60 Jets per minute, 
I'/i ft- tliick , and varying from 6 to 13 ft. in height. — In tho 
Kinh-Platz, beyond tbe uolontiade, stands the fiom. Oath. Magda- 
Itnai-KiTthe [PI. 4), with a terrai^ed platform, erected in 1733-36. 
Above !t <s theSlorf/piiWtn(PI.D,E,4), witb a sUtua otEmp. Ohaj- 
les IV. by Jos. Max, erected In ItigS on the '600th anniTersary' of 
tbe discoTery of tbe spriiigs , and the Panorama Groandi [osftf), 
which aftoid >. charming anrvey of the town. 

On (he S. Bide of the market-place, skirting tbs Tepl , ia the 
A]t« Wieae (Pt 0, D, 6), tbe most traqoented promenade at KarU- 
bail, with the best ahops. Tbe Alte Wiese ends at tbe Qoelkt-- 
Plutt and the eitenaiie Pupji'icht Anlagen. 

OppoBlte the Alte 'WieBe the Hetto Wiese (PI. C, D, 5), ou the i 
right bank of the Tepl, leads past the Studt-TheaUr {built by 
Fellnet and Hellmer in 1886) to tho Pupp'sobe BrUcko. Farther on, 
In the Morlenbader-Sti., is the 'KaUtrbad, n handsoma building in 
tlie French Renaissance style, designed by Fellner k Hellmer and 
sumptuously fitted up, with balhs of every description, alargeaaloon 
forgymno^tlceiercisea, etc. The Marienhader Strasae goea on, past 
tbe PnUslant Chvrch (PI, 2), to the Karia-lirBcke (see below). 

Of tlie many bsanti ful Wales the most popular, became level, 
is through tbe Pupp'teKe AtUe and th« Ootthe- W,g (PI. C. 6, 6 ; 
embelliahed with a marble bust of Goethe by Donndorf), and by 
■■- - Kienceg to the (8 min.) *Cafi Sanuaiici {PI. D, 6). On the Toek« 
'^'^- wayside may be read Inscilptiona In many different lan- 
gratetally eitolllng the efflaacy of Ibe aprings, A tittle 
vn, leaving the Karli-Briiekt on the left, and paasing (be 
VitTUhr- Prommade' (in shade after 4 p.m. Ion tbe right, we follow 
tbe Marliiobader Straasc, past the KSrrttr Monumtnl, on the right, 
to [he {10 min.) *Cafi Poithof, with its pleasant garden. On the 
oppoailB hank of the Tepl are Che *Cafi Bchonbrunn, the Dorothtm- 
""■ ■ ■' ■ the *Oafe SehvieittThof. From the Poathof we ascend 

ihe and tbe BtalMuche to (10 min.) tbe Frttind~ 

'246 Route 40. CARLSBAD. 1 

uhafU-Saal fPl. D, 7), another cnU. Atout 10 uiin. fatthet aj 

tho romantic ^Kaiicr-Park (PI. B, 0, 7; caM), whence we may exd 

OUT walk, otoaalng tlie Tepl baltway, to (i M.) Hrlen/iommeft 

Hammer (iUOtt. i Hot. Kempf, with garden-resUuranti Eerf 

Tant ScliQtzenniQIile ; omnibua, see p. 'Ii3 ; lailvay, p. 247), i 

iU large porcelatn-fastory. To the left of the factory ■ shadyfl 

aaconds to the {3B min.) Mecafry-Bohe [2038 ft.), « good po^ 

I view. — In retnining from Pilkeiihsmmer we may follow the sj 

I 'Dumbawog' on tlie hillside, aod after '/g hr. (golde-post) aj 

I leep Btrtiight on via the Poslhof to ('/i'") ">* ^^^^ SansaouclJ 

J p. 235), or (preferable) eon tin oe to the right along the htllaide t^ 

t'/i ''^0 C»f^ Schoiibmiin (p. 245). 

From the N. end of tlie Alta Wle<ie a path ascends, 
step? and [ben in lig-iags, to the (20 min.) oiosfl on the *HtriiAen- 
tprvng (PLC, 4; 1620 ft,), with an admirable view (caM), Thu 
neighboiiiiog Thereeienhohe, the Peterahahe, with a momoriai tablet 
and a bnat of Peter the Great, and jtfastr't (llorielU are also good 
points of view. We celutn to the Schlostiberg by tho Jubildumiwe'j, 
passing the 'Uimmel auf Eiden'. 

From the Goethu-Platz by the MariengaBschen to tho Maritn' 
' Xapetle (PI. 0, 6), and thenco to the right to the Priedrioli- Wll- 
I helrm-Plats, and to the left, past the Eccc-IIomo-Kapelle, to the 
I (i/itii-) Prant-Joieft-ashe (;Pl.O, D, 6; 11)63 ft.), with abelve- 
r dare-lower (fine view of Carlsbad and the ErKgebirge). — Over the 
SuhloBsberg, ot through the Park-Slrasee, and past the Jagerkaus 
Kaiter KarVs IV. (1530 ft. i caf^ and FindlaUr't ObtUth Wi the 
("/(hr.) ff(UAnrin(n-Pio(s (n. A, B, 6i 1673 ft.; slew obstmcteii 
by trees) and thenoe to [Va l.r.) the BM (1784 ft.) and (V, hr,| 
the *j16«p [1880 ft. 1 YOStaurant), the tower on which [110 steps) 
L ootmuanda an extensive panorama of the Erzgebirge. We return vU 
l'(20mln.);5I. £,i;(HiAar<i [1025 ft.; restaurant), where we diverge 
I -to the Tight past the St. Leoiihord-Eapelle to 1he [V4 hr.) Echo 
(1705 ft.). Following thence the Ruaselweg to the right, and leav- 
ing (5 mln.) a path to tha Katberinen-Httlr (sea above) o(i ihi^ 
right, we proceed to Ihe (10 min.) Runrl-SiU (PI. A, 6; no view) 
and descend to the [8 min,) Aich road, by which we return in 
1/4 hr. to the Jtigorbaus [see above]. 

From tho Magdalen en-Kirche on Ihe right bank of the Tepl, by 

Schulgaese and paat the garden of the Cafd Panorama, to the 

Prague road; turn to the left; then ascend by a vrtnding path to 

the right to the [40 min.) Dttikraitiers Ralauranl (Pi. D, E, 3; 

obscurs], so admirable point of view; thence in 5 mio 

I the top of the OreScreuofteri/ (1805 ft.), where the view [ 

less extcuflve, and through wood v 11 tha <i}lih.t.)K6niy OUo'tU'-i., 

'(1960 (t.), to the (Va hr.) *9ltf<iriU-WaTlt (2085 ft.; tni. 

— 'lorant), a tower 98 ft. high, with a superb view; descent o n it 

Pdlilenlwf (PI. K , 4) to [l/a hr.) Carlebad. jH 

m ing (& 1" 

right, we 
and del CI 

tlie Schul 
Prague ri 
the right 
more to I 
less extcu 
(1960 (t, 
the Pdhlt 

Envlrotu. CARLSBAD. dO.Boute. 347' 

Other fine pointB sta ihe BcUeivi and tho Wiener -SItt on tlio 
right b&nk of the Tepl, xnd l.1)e Freundtchafts-SUt, tha Selrtdere, 
mil the ifo'ian-Kftui on tbe left bank. 

LoNOBR EiCDHsiciue. To the N. lii i>vihouilt to (3 H,] Dall' 
will (RctitiiiiTtnt lu Drei Etchen; umnibna see p. 343, and comp. 
p. 239), a lilUge on the left bank of tbe Eger, with beautiful oaks, 
extolled by Korner In bis poema, a bandsoms chitoau, ■ poicelaln- 
fsBtory, and a Statut of Emp. Joiiph II., erected in 1881. — By 
the Prague road, which commands charming viewB, to (fi U.) the 
nitn of Engelhaus, on a look o( phonoltte (2340 ftOi tbence In 
i/s br. to the Sel^miliilein, with a splendid view (rfmts. at the 
forester's). — To the S.W. to [4>/j M.; omnibus, see p. 243; rail- 
way, see belowl Aich (Sobloss llestanrant, above Iho Eger, with 
liew), with a restored cMteau and a porcelain-ractoiyj thence along 
the Eger to (2 H. ; I M. beyond the end of the cairlage-road) Hani 
Helling') Bnlmtranl, opposite Ham Heil'eag'i Rock, \ wild and 
roiniBtic epot on the Eger. (Iloat to Alch, 80 h. each perEon.) 
Thenee to Eibogen, aee p. 240. — On the Eger, Ti/g M. below 
Carlsbad (omnibus dally In l'/2hr.; beautiful road through wood), 
ate the batba of t/ieiihiibel-Saiurbrunn (1115 ft,; Kurhaus and Hy- 
dropathic, with reataurant, R. ttom 8 ff. weekly, pens. 30-40 K.), 
with a Famoui mineral spring (alk aline, with carbonic add; SmillioD 
bottlea exported annnally). — The aaceut of the Kellberg or Soanm- 
tFirbel (40S3 ft.), the Ugheat aummit of the Erzgebiige, forma 
another attractive excursion from Oirlsbad (see p. 239). 

Pbom O.BtsBin TO HunKKiun vil Petschad, 88 M., railwaj in l'/.-3 H-i. 
(hn» fi Z. GO, 3 JC SO, :j £. 60 A.). Traina etait from Ibe Oflntral St&lion 
(PI. A, 3) an>! uugd, vtaaiog dtff (wo yladueti and thruniib a tuDDel. 
^•hlt.'Aithifltll. Aich-PiriinliotHmir (p. 348); la lb« Jeft Haas the Aberg 
(p. MB). FatOier on, tha IIdb follows Ihe wlndlngi of tha Tepl, croaalnj 
Ihe river four Umeg and IhrfiidLnK a tiinool. Ba.Ttpptla; IQifiM. SrMii- 
uilif (brooch 10 ElboKBB, 20 11,)! 19'/, M. PrUtian (Eiil. ReHmranli 
Lnni-M Ig RakoDiti, p. 288). The valley eDotracUi eight briilteB and toal 
tunntis iiK putted before pOK.) SmtiaU- PiMni, iteDeiil SUllon. Beynnd 
|£|i/t U.) Tapl, Ihe abbef at ihat iiJime (p. S&2) U seen Id tfae left. 'M X. 
IVoiati; 281^ M. BaiaHadraai lo (be rTglil, the Podhorn (n. 589). The 
lino de"concH via Vnfailau lo (W ».) tnitaiiu (vlaw lo the left) and 
croiBE.i tlie Atarha (0 (38 V.) Maritabad (p. 860). 


41. From Prague to Pnrth (Nuremberg, Munich). 

131 H. R.ri.i»(fromPraEoe lo PnrDi In t.6 bra. ((krei Iflit.TO, 10 
A-. W>k.; eipreia gd It. fiO, U X. 60, T Z. BO A.). — Frum Pravufl In Nure 
erg SV>-'1 I-".) ti> nunleb 10-U hrt. 

Pragut, aoe p. 217. The (rain ntarta from the Fmnt-Jostf 

" ,Dd wms to the S. into the valley of the AfoUuu. — 6 M. 

f[om Prague. 9 M, Rarfolin. The 




line quits the Holdau nnd ippcaanhes the Btraun, which it 
tt MokropcU. 20 M. Hinler-Tfeban; brancli to Lochowitz [i 
low, 21 M.). — 211/3 M. Karktein {lib H.; H6t. Kaiser Karl; 
at tliB foot of the castle). 

nun, rin» "SshliiH Kulitcia (SiirlaT Tjn ; ^017 It. ; rcjluiTaal), Ibe aioBt 
inlorestinB cmHo in Buteinii., arecled In iai8-B& by Bmp. ChBrLea IV., an 

a-tuOapilla Id the tower, ■umptoounl)' dscoiUed with preclonB ilones, 
gilding, ud psiDiing, whsre (he regiliii, various relin cnllectBd.bT Cbu- 
IcB IV., aad (be Bichives were ones preserved. The pKlntingi bcrs belone 
Id the early Bobemian scbool. Adjoining tbs atrongly fortifled lower la 
tliB EmperoT'i uMue, with tbs cliauel of St. CatlutriBe, bIbd eubBlllthed 
wilh precloui B^onei. The portndU of Charles IV big cansorl, tod bil 

f luteVeit. Tba castle, wblcb la abovn b! the giucdisa (fue 1 E.), hu bean 

f thoroneUy reilored Bince IKIS. 

Beyond KarUteia the valley of the Beiaun is confined between 

' lofty ttinesUne rocks, but expands at (271/2 ^0 Berann (735 ft.-, 
Bail. Eatauranti Bohmischtr Hof), an old Conn with 9700 inh^b., 
junction of the lines to Bakoniu and Ltiina-Llichan (p, 238) and 
to Duinai (p. 2391. The train now enters the T&lley of the Lilava. 
— 30 M. Zditt (850 ft.; Bail. Restaurant). 

To Pboiiwtb, B4M., TMlway inci. 3brs. The line trnverssa the amil- 
ing lAlalta ralltv, — SS. LorheuiU: branch to BinKr-Tteban (see sbore). 
ITVi M. Itibrun (1600 ft. ; EriHenog Fram Fei-dtnoHi: Kautr van Oaler- 
— -" - town nf_ 13,600 Inbab.j with Tiluable silver and lead ir'-" 


nploy HBO workaiBn and yield at 
ineBhafle ' " . ■ .. 

ac-mcai, 9660 Ct. deap, and the llorla-BeHaclU, 3691 tt. deep. Abont I H. 
to the k. of Ibe town rises Ihe HMii/i Sirs (1903 fl.), a gieal rasiirt of 
ptljMniB. — From (99 M.] Bfanili braueh-linea mn W. to Soini-lal (S H.I 
and S., Tii BlaMa tia'k H.; branch to Nepomuk, p. 2S3I, (0 Biraionili 
(p. %S; Si S.). — ObU. Piaek (12iB ft.) CnUcnu Bad), with 13,1C0 in- 
hab. and in old chateau, half encloaed I>t the WiilUma, ii the Junction 
of a line lo Igliu Cp- 2B3). - 61 M. Fnlialn, go (he Fran.-Josaf EaUway 
(p. 253). 

89 M. Hofowitt, with a eb4teau and iron-works of the Prince of 
Hanau. ibi/2 M. 'HalteeteUu' Zbirow; S'/j M. to the N. lies the 
little town of Zbirow, with a chateau of Pc!n<ie CoUocedo- Mans f eld. 
I 47i/gM. Zfilrow; 49 M, Afuul'i, with 2300 Inhab.^ SO'/iM. //oluuft- 
l fcau, with a large oairisge-tactoty. At (!i7M.)EoMtifiii (1210 ft.; 
Bohnischtr Haf; 5600 iohab.) the country becomes more level. 
Brinch-liue to iVeitDfeilifa (p. 253). The train follows the Klabawa, 
passing tha iron-works of Kiabawa and Sloromislitt, to {G4'/j M.l 
CJiraal (1135 ft.; Ball. Keataurant), ^ihence a branch diverges to 
Radnitz, an important ooil-mlalng place. The line re-enters the 
valley of the Berann and urosses the imposing XJtlawa Bridge. 

e8VsM.Pilaan(1005ft.i *BiUateTHaf; 'KalsiTvonOeiterrtich: 
Ooldntf Adler ; Rail, R«a(auron(, with rooms; Pilsner beer at SaU- 
mann'), Pragergasse, and Knobloeh'i, Salzgasse), an old town nitli 
08,300 inhah., lies at the confluence of tha Affes and the Sadbia^— 
Once fortmsd, It withstood several sieges during the Hussite I^^H 

41. 249 

1 b) Msnsfeld ii 

the scene or tbe alleged conspincy for whieb Wall«aateiii vts aul- 
Itved, uid twenty-four of his adherents vere execnied in the 
market-place here in 1634. In the Rtng-PrDmeuide, on the 8. side 
of the town, we monuments to the buTKOnuBter ffopedky (d, 18M), 
■nd lo Smititna (d. 18T4), the musiol composer. The Ootbic church 
of St. Bartholomew, the Municipal Husaum (^dailf 10-12 aud 2-5, 
free], and the luge lock-eelUra of the Biirgerlluhe BranhauB ars 
worth seeing. Pilaea is famous for ita beer. 

FaoM PiLtnK to Ddx, 93 H., railwar in S hn. Tbe lUtlou are nearlf 
all iiaimpDrUnl. %) H. Avi, with a cHiluu nf Priact Helternicb. U K. 
Mlau (branch-line to BakoDiti, p. SSQ. — Sj'/i K- noJin (p. 933). Near 
(11 M.l PUmlnrg are a chateau and park of CdudI Cieniln. — Sb'1% H. 
SatcWto.- branch-Knei lo [l(J M.) AodoiJU and to (11 X.) tMipfou. — BTX. 
Baaa (Rail. Benauruil], lee p. ma. At (73 M.) FiaUarri (Bajl. Baitauraut | 
trraach-llne lo Loim, p. ^) the line qnlu tha Egar: 77 M. Palteliarai 
(bTancb lo Fiimnii, j>. 298)) SSVi M. OHmUi, alio on Ibe line rrom 
Ftane to HrSi (p. 23B); »< K. &nin«nMii, station for the Billn Saaer- 
brunaui (p. aSl); SD'/i M. Affia (p. 331); ^ If. .Ou (p. S3T). 

' H FiLHi TO EisUBTEiB, 69 U,, i^lwaT Ib 3i/i hri. , Tbe mait 
X BlaKoDi an! SOU. Klatlau [Ball. Eteslanrant), a town wllb 

D for Horaldowlti [p. 253)) 3S H. /nncwfli (branch 

10 M. ITeutm (IHQ tt. i Hiilal Aogel), pretltlr iltuated 
rul Hta. (Kilb the rain of Baitnck I br. 
. St. TUs line Iben Wind! ap the bill lo (tS M.) Ormi (JOliO ft.); 
eattlngi and embaokmeBU. fiS M. Hnmrntnt-KUmtran CUIS ft.), 
e Iba 0(ttr(t210rt.J, tu the rigbt, ma]r be aacended in l>/ibr. Then 
,._...._■.._. ..i.^ ....,_ .j^g^, 61 M. ajrfUtnv (7136 ti.), UiB 

1^,3)0 lobab., jan 

to Toiu, aee beloni. ~ - 

11 tbe root or tbe Boben 

bigbeelpoinlon (be .__ ... ._ __ 

the BpUiiers-BaU^ IBSeO ft.) ia the Hiit.-Pei 

■Ulion (aea Ba«lftir~i Saullitrii Otmaiiy). 

J {Hne Yio» 

□ froi 

79l/3M.irer»eft«n(1116ft.), wltheosl-minesandiron-foundrieg. | 
Bey-ond it, on the left, Is ChotUicluai, wtth « chateau ofPrinr^ Taxis. 
84 M. Staab, a naall town on the Radtuia; 9Di/t M. fitanftuu I 
(brauch-line toBoniperp,13VaM.)i lOO'/aM. Blis™o(;to the left, t 
in thedistincB, thetuln ofiiwjBn6ur?)i 10T/,M. Tom (1384 ft.; I 
Bail. Kesuuiani], an Industrial town with 7600 inhab. (ToJanowlU, J 
see abo>eO I 

Beyond Taua begin the hills of the Bohemian Forest, tlitougb | 
tbe lowest part oT which the line ia carried by nuttings and tunnels. 
The watershei] (1(J80 ft.], the boundary between the BobemUn an ' 
Uerman Unguages, and the frontier o( Bohemia and Havaria, 
between Bolaniaeh-Kubltien and Deutsch-Kubilim. The character 
ot tha country and the liUages changes materially as soon as the 
frontlet la crossed. The line descends, passes through a 
Drosses the PaitTitc by a viaduct TOO yds. long, 

121 M. Forth (RaU. BeitaunuUj, junction of the 
E. Railteay, see IlatJekeri Soulhem (I'trmanj/. 



42, From Eger to Vieana vi& BEorienbad. 

283 ». H.ri-w.T (fitefll.-So»«e») in 9Vi-17 bra. (tsrea BT JT. 10, J 
11 £. 70 ft. i express 63 A'., Si K. 40, 16 E. 30 ft.)- 

EgtT, nee p. 340. The tnin dlvarges to the left froM tl 
ban line, and crosses the Wondrtb. lOl/g M, Sandatt. — 
Eoiiig»w<u:t (1975 ft. ; AcdlaurantneaitbesUtion). About 1 1 
the N.W. of the ststian is Schlois Kanigswatt, the piopeity ^ 
Melternicli family, aurronnded hy pleBaocB-erounda. In tliB righf 
or the chateau lathe Mngeum(adiD. duty; fee), coiitaiulnga^l^ 
of 37,000 yoIb., a wllection of minerals, and istIous cariosttiei.] 
interesting altar In the chapel was presented hy Pope Gregory? 
to PriouB ClerocusMetlemlnli, the well-fciiown Anstrian si ' 
The fmliily and other portialts, some of theoii hy relehrated painters, 
are in the central part of the chatein (no admifision). — About 
I'/j M. farther np, beyond the town of Kunigaviari (Kaiiet vdu 
Oesterreiph , good cuisine), on the hillside, is Bud ffiWffBii'orl 
(3370 ft,! Hfltel Buberl, R. from 3, B. 1, D. 3, pens, from 7 K; 
TillBMettemlcb! WeidmannsLeli, pens. 5-8 A'. ; OBto Bachmsnn), 
vltb chalybeate springs used both istemally and externally. There 
are also stool, mud, piue-cone, and vapour baths. Fine view of the 
Fichtelge bilge and (tie BoheoiiBn Forest. A well-sbaded road (oni- 
iiibus 1 K. 40 h.) leads hezice to (4'/; M.) Marienbad. 

lO'/a M- Karienbad. — Arcinl. The Siaiim (restauTaoi) it H/i ->i. 
Sri>n the (on (»bi, see below) balel-omoiboi 1:0 A., tODlbl. at laug;,.. 
30A,| dsulrie tiamwai to tbs Lwn lu 10 min 40A.). Vlsiton ali..>.l 

Bnlering Into a EnnlrBPt they are ilrongly adiijed lo donjiUt the J/ , 

Hsteli Cgenerslly closed in winter). -BflrsL Ktisoia (Fl. a; C. ai 
a largo tiouse witli Ihcee ddpeadancesg *HSt. Wcihae ^t. ei D, ^j, 
B.fli/rlO, B. 1, D. 3-i, hoard from 8 A'-i -HaT, liiPftniii {PI. li. C, 2), 
B. Irom 5, D. 4 K.; 'Kkptch {PI. di B, 9)-, 'Hkw Imsx (PI. t; fl, 3j; 
•K..iBBBnDF(Pl.g!B,4), E. from 6, D. 3-«, nens. from IS JT.: -BonaUjitii. 

(PI, hi B, a)l EsOtlBCHBR H0» (Pi. IjB, 8)i MiBlBSBABKB MBfllK (PI. ,i , 

B, 5Ji the laat six In the Kainnr-Btf oBse i ■SltfT Tsplsb H«t™ (PJ. li, ■;- 
StepBan-Slr.; Wjiohee, Jijar^lr. (PI. B, B): WAmMSntit (PI. A, IJj -H.-. r; 
CisiHO (PI. i, a, 5), It. flD, D. from J, pen>. H-IO K.; aiia. M.k*m... 
(PI. 0, 6), with cafe-iiculaaranl: •DaLPn.s (PI. a: B, 3); Btadt Leu , 
(Pl.|[;0,2)i BtxrhCP], n, D, 3), modenla. — NuineTOna fnd^fip Bum 
OaCii. gstriandir (PI. i, flji Bilbf.t<M (btyond PI. T>, 4); Miram..' 
{geu shuvO; Pantrana {ahuve Is the belvedere oa the Uamelikabere, p. V'!. 
WuldnMle (isB above)-, JlazKrl; ForiKewUi aihrnUttha/ ; Kimlhof, „ ■ 

iDcludiat; iD^gagu QJT. t 
lorse 1 K. <30, in the cCI 
I'Tai: IjtBlaju2D, Ind 


248 Route n. BEBAUN. From JP¥agu€ 

line quits the Moldau and approaches the Beraunf which It crosses 
at Mokropetz. 20 M. Hinter-Tfeban ; branch to Lochowitz (see be- 
low; 21 M.). — 2IV2 M. Karlstein (715 ft. j H6t. Kaiser Kail IV., 
at the foot of the castle). 

On a precipitous rock 26 min. to the N., on the left hank of the Be- 
raun, rises ^Scnloss Karlstein (Earluv Tyn \ 1047 ft. ; restaurant), the most 
interesting castle in Bohemia, erected in 1348-65 by £mp. Charles IV., as 
a receptacle for the Bohemian regalia, and onoe adorned with treasores 
of art, most of them now removed. The central point of the castle is the 
KreuzhapelU in the tower, sumptuously decorated with precious stones, 
gilding, and painting, where the regalia, various relics collected by Char- 
les IV., and the archives were once preserved. The paintings here belong 
to the early Bohemian school. Adjoining the strongly fortified tower to 
the Emperor's palace, with the chapel of St. Catharine, also embellished 
with precious stones. The portraits of Charles IV., his consort, and Us 
son, mural paintings executed in the emperor''8 lifetime, are of speeisi 
interest. The castle, which is shown by the guardian (fee 1 JT.), has bsfli 
thoroughly restored since 18S8. 

Beyond Karlstein the valley of the Beraun is confined betweei 

lofty limestone rocks, but expands at (27V2 M.) Berann (736 ft.; 

Rail. Restaurant; Bohmischer Hof)^ an old town with 9700 inhtb., 

junction of the lines to Rakonitz and Lu^na-Lischan (p. 238) and 

to Dumik (p. 238). The train now enters the valley of the Litawo, 

— 30 M. Zditz (850 ft.; RaU. Restaurant). 

To Pbotiwin, 64 M., railway in ca. 3 hrs. The line traverses the smfl- 
ing Litawa Valley. — 6 M. Lochowilt; branch to Hinter-T^eban (see above). 
171/2 M. F)ribram (1600 ft. ; Erzherzog Franz Ferdinand; Kaiser van Outer' 
reicK)^ a town of 13,6(X) inhab., with valuable silver and lead miaes, 
which employ 5000 workmen and yield about 19 tons of pure silver aan 
ally. Nine shafts in all are worked, the chief of which are the AiatkiH 
Sehaeht, 3660 ft. deep, and the Maria- SchacM, 3694 ft. deep. Abovt 1 K. 
to the E. of the town rises^ the Heilige Berg (1903 ft.), a great resoii of 
pilgrims. — From (29 M.) Breznitz branch-lines run W. to JRo£m,kU (BM.) 
and S., via Blatna (loi/z M.; branch to Kepomuk, p. 253), to SiraHidtM 
(p. 253-, 33 M.). — 55 M. Fisek (1215 ft.) Ooldenes Rad)^ with 13,100 in- 
hab. and an old chateau, half enclosed by the Woitawa^ is the jQnetiOB 
of a line to Iglau (p. 253). — 64 M. Protiwiuy on the Franz-Josef Ballway 
(p. 253). 

39 M. Horowitz, with a chateau and iron- works of the Prinee of 
Hanau. 45 V2 M. 'Haltestelle' Zbirow; 31/2 M. to the N. lies ihe 
little town of Zbirow, with a chateau of Prince Golloredo-Mangfeld. 
471/2 M, Zbirow ; 49 M. Mauth, with 2300 inhab.; 501/2 M. Holouh- 
kauj with a large carriage-factory. At (57 M.) Bokitzan (1210 ft.; 
Bohmischer Uof; 5500 inhab.) the country becomes more leyel. 
Branch-line to Nezwiestitz (p. 253). The train follows the Klabawa^ 
passing the iron-works of Klabawa and Horomislitz, to (641/2 M.J 
Chrast (1135 ft.; Bail. Kestaurant), whence a branch dlYeiges to 
Radnitz, an important coal-mining place. The line re-enters the 
valley of the Beraun and crosses the imposing Vslawa Bridge, 

68 1/2 M. PiUen (1005 ft. ; ^PiUener Hof; ^Kaiser von Oesterreieh! 
Ooldner Adler ; Rail, Restaurant, with rooms ; Pilsner beer at Saia- 
mannas, Pragergasse, and KnoblocKs, Salzgasse), an old town with 
68,300 inhab., lies at the confluence of the Mies and the JSadfruttf. 
Once fortified, it withstood several sieges during the Hiuiito wan, 


Eoctlib ChUDh BerrlDB In the Besson (ObHi 
( PL B, C, a). ' 

Marimbad (2093 ft.), s famous wsWiing-pUea (;23,000 Ylsit- 
ors annuaUy], lies in a ehflrming Yalley eiicloied on tlirea sides 
by pins-clad hills. At tbe baginniag of tha l!)tb centuiy this 
region wis an aluioet iuipenettable wilderneiis. The springs eoiitiiu 
GlauhBi's Bait and raaomble those of Catlabad, hot are cold. They 
belong to the neighbouring Abliey of Tepl. The Kreus-Bnmnen, 
Iho Ferdinaitdt-BruTinen (l*/tM. lo tba 6., but brought iu pfpoi 
to the PrDroenadan-Plsti), and tba WaldqueUe ['/l M, to the N.W. 
of the Kreuz-Brunnen) are the principal springs for drinking 
(^1,000,000 bottles are exported annually). The MatienquelU U used 
enternsliy, and other baths (^niud, pine-cone, alkaline, gas, etc,) 
may be obtained at t!ie bath-house here. Tbe chalybeate waters of 

the AmbToaitii-Brvmten and the KaTolinen-Bruixntn and the strong 

chalyboate and saline uatcr of tlie Ferdinands- Bruunen are also ^^H 
used I'di bathing. The Rudolfsquetlt, to the S. of the Ferdinands- ^^M 
BrunueD, is eCrongiy impregnated with carbonic acid. ^^| 

The main street of Usrienbad U the long Kaisbe-Stbasbh ^^| 
(PI. B, 3, 4), bounded on the left by handsome houses and on the 
right by the Anlagm , or public grounds , which soon eipaud into 
a pretty park. In this street are (he Mililary Kurliaui and the 
Synagogue. To the ieft dlvergea from it the JtUEn-STftAsas , in 
which rises tbe Sladlhaiu (Fi. B, 3), containing tbe poat-offlcc, the 
telegraph - ofDee , and the cnstom-bouae, besides a readiiig-roou 
(adni. free). A little lo tbe S. of the Stadthana are the Engtith 
C*tiffA(Pl.B,3)aud the Russian C'ftunAo/'St. Wtodimii- (PI. B, 4). 
The Kaiser-Stl. ends at tbe FttAxz-JosBrs-l'Lirs (PI. B, C, 2]. 
On tba N. Bide of this Platz rises the Proteatant C^urth, with which 
is connenled a charity Giiled the 'Friedrtoh-WUhaim-Stift'. The 
Waldbrunn-.Straise leads hence to the N.W., past the Tkealre 
(PI, 1), 2), lo the Wuldquellt (PI. 8,1; restiurant; promenade- ^j 
concert, see above). ^^H 

The above-mentioned park is hounded on the N. by the Stefan- ^^| 
Str. and the Untere Kreuibrunn-Str. At the end of the latter is ^^| 
the £reui-Brunnrn(Pl. 0, 3), with its rotunda borne by columns ^^| 
and a bronze bu<t of Dr. Joi. ITtV (d. 1820), who first brought 
Marienbad Into notice. Ahove'it, to tba N., Is the Brunnen- V*r- 
lendungihau) (export- depot). From the Kreui-Brunncn Colniinade 
a coTored passage loads to a long building containing theBrunnen- 
halle, where patients walk in bad weather, and the so-called Co- ^^d 
lonnadt (PI. C, 2, 3), with shops. In front of this colonnade, to the ^^| 
y/., rises a bronze stitliie of BeiUnbergir (d. 1BG0), an abbot of Tepl, ^H 
who did mnch to promote the prosperity of the baths. Opposite the ^^M 
^^^^od of the Brniinenbalie, under another colonnade, are the Fer- ^^H 
^^Hamft-Brunnen (sae abov..*) and the Ffrdinanil and Kariilinen ^^M 

■ BOa BrntU 49. MAEIENBAD. ■ 

Quelle. Above this potnt, to tbe left, Is the h&iideome Baman Cath- 
olie Church (PI. 0, D, 3), bnilt In 1844-50. On the E, and 3. sides 
of the Platz ore the Moorbad (mud-batliBi PI. D, 3), with inhaling- 
room and hyiiropalhio , the Ambroiita-Brunnen, under a Qothie 
rotundu, the Kurhnus, with leading -room (adm, iO h., Beason 
2 K.) and cftM- restaurant, the handsome Central-Bad [PJ. D, 3), 
with biths of every deicriptioii, and the Seuhad fPl. C, 3), a Ra- 
naiBSBuce bailding from SchafTer's designs (1893-06), with Eteel, 
mad, aad other baths. 

The pine-tore»t5 close to the town are intersected by oharming 
wallca, proTided nith Snger-posts. Among the rnoiiiite points ire, 
to the N., beyond the Waldi^nelle , the WaldmiOUe (p. 2Di], tLe 
Dianahaf, and the Maxlaf (SOmln.i restanrant): to the S.W. of 
the WaldmQhIe the Kiinigin Carola M5he (PI. A, 2; 2180 ft; aHiI 
the (Vt hr.) JSpM-ftaus (PI- A, 1; rastaurant}] to the N.E. o! the 
Dlatiabof the Amalicnruht and tha (}/2hi.) Frltdrleh WllhelmiSihc 
(PLC, D, i; 2411 ft.}, which affords a flue survey of Marleilbad.— 
From the Kreuz-Bfnnnen we may viait the (20 min.] Caf^-Batauranl 
Fonlwarie, to the E. Fine distant views are also obtained from the 
HamiUkaberg <¥1. 0, D, B), 26 mio. to the S. of the park, above the 
Oaftf Panorama, on which risea the Kaisirlunn (2350 ft. i view of 
Marlonbad), and from the Hotundorftr Hohc (2B40 ft.}, 20 mtD. 
farther on (footpath hence to the Podhorn, 1 hr.}. 

Tbemd.t BilenaivB -icw of the Bri 


, Ftcbtele 



Lemmn Forest ia obUiDSd from the basal 


aU o»Wi 

H/ilir. lathe B., not far froid IlieGarliba 

(cirr. for 

™. 13 Jt 

incl. gralully). OUiet pleasant eicarjion 


gb (bn Ua 


ud Ihenu 10 Jr4ii(ff««r((p.aB0|, !•/, St. 

N.E,, ailher tbr 

ugb Que 

wood or vii Prinea Hetlernidi'a d«r-par 
onlyji to tbB.tL6le.nof <3ta/i~ia6TOft.i 

K (op 

D on Hon 

& FrM. 

ahrs. loth 

N., i' 


plaa and Flat, 2 hn. lo tbe S, r«e beln 

«), = 

The wealthy nbbey of Tepl (3158 ft.). 

to which UlB sp 



bad belanK, 7 H. to the E. Crailway in 



8 or 11, 

II posiessea i eood libnr; and looloEica] a 






Bomuiesnue baidica-churcli (freely modm 
In 1193. \bG privale uhafol is enibolllsb 


b t»a lar 

or) was 

a] paint. 

inga by Fnohs, BDd nany objects of In 


are dlalrili 

tea tlu 


237a M. Kutltnptan (17B0 ft.; Muller; W.idmannsheil), with 

a chateau and pleasant grounds on the Kellcrberg. 2Ql/g M. Flan 

(Schvarzer Blir). with a Onely situated clifiteau of Countess MoMIti 

(branch to ToeAau, 8 M. to the S.W.). Near (31Va M.) JoaefiKStU 

the train enters the pretty valley of the Jtfj». — 4&M. I[ies[12a0ft.; 

Btadt Frug), an old town (390O Inhab.] with lead and silver Iuiue^ 

' has a Ilathaus in the Renaissance style (modernised). The Pragrf 

3br, with helmet-shaped roof, ia a fine gateway ot the 16th cenlury. 

I The former 13euediotin^^be|^^raaft|au, 2'/j M. to the S., hu i 

I Interesting church« ^^^^^^^^^"^^^^ ^ 

BUDWKIS. 4'J. RauU. 253 

bl'/i M. ftevhaf (brinch-line to Wesirlli, 20 M.\ 
PilseiL [RaiL Btettmrant; p. 216). The Une trBieiasB the woodad 
Uilima-Tat; lo the left on a hUl ia the itiin of Hadlna (iU6 ft.). — 
'2 M. fiiienelt; 76M. iVewiwHIiUunctloQ tor BoWdan, p. 218) ; 
83 M. idlai-idiTeti. FartbeT on, SAloit Gnmherg, the seM ot 
Count Colloredo, on a wnodod hill to the right. — BTi/j M. ffepo- 
muk, the birthplace of St. John Nepomuc, patron-saint of Bohsmla 
(1320-8fl; p. 231). The church of St. Janiea (late -Gothic, with 
older choii) occupies the alte of the house where he was bom. 
Brancb-llne to Blalna (20 M . ; p. 248). 

Tbe Una quits tliB Uslawa bdiI traverses a lofty wooded plain. 
95Va M, V/olKbnn, with ita large ponda. — 102 M. Hotaldowili- 
Babln (Kail. Restaurant). 

FflOB HobiIduwjm to KL.ITAD, 38 «., rallwaj lo 2 hrs. m/, M. 
BcMUibW" (Krone), a busy town of 67O0 InbTib., wllh • lleb-lialtlieiT, 
nl Vbt fool of tbtt BualBbcr (iSU ft.; 1 hr.)i Sfl U. Klailau (p. 349). 

The till n proceeda Inthe valley of thetToJIiiisa. 109 M. Kitlotaltt; 
li4M.SlmtonHa(RaiLRBBtautaiit), at the mouth of the WoHnfct. 
llranrh to B^e;cnilE, see p. '248. 

Fmom SnAHOBiTi TQ Wali-bm. U M.. raflwaj ia G hr«, — 23 M. 
WlntnhaTK (SSG6 R.i Ifabiburei, ou the ITuHntd, a lawo of ITOO tobali., 
with > large glaii-raclory, ImporianI limber trade, and a chilcau of Prince 
8cbwuwnbeig. — To lbs S. ot (37 K.) £HbiiASI{<« rliei the wocdeil JTatanl 
(U10 ft.], wtareh eommandi an citeniLce vi<w. — K'/t H. EHoaormhcin, 
■rith a lare« ilaM-factnry. ~ U U. Wallmi (Sitter), a imall tuwn with 
Sm Inhab. (raUwaf to WodAan, lee bsiow). 

120 M. Ea£lli (1226 ft. ; Kail. ReaUniant). 

- L.,l(Hlf.,"railwaTlii6'/«liM. 6 M, JV.r*, jonetlon 
.;,. .,,. _ -.,wWf«lhellold»ulioroiioili 

53 ^M 
M. H 

led ^M 

for XiUa and JMMh (p. B«)i 171/ 
afti/, H. «Q«rt«um, a mannbefnrine plaei 
of an uld PremoiubilBiuiftn ab1)eri ii'/t 
Filgram and Otai'-OnviM to flCU M.) /Blm, ■«« i 

The line quits the Wottava, which Oowa to the N. tonardi the 
Moldau, and enters the vaUey of the BUmitt to the S.E. — 137 M. 
ProthDin (1260 ft.; Rail. ReaUurant), junction of the line to ZiJIti 
(p. 248), — 13|l/i M. WodAtm-CicmU (braneh-llne to MoUfluldn, 
161/2 M.). 

FauH WuPN.ii< TO, t3 U., railway io 4'/i hn, — Al <IG>/) V.) 
BBiiHili Jubn lluu, tlie Bobculan rcrunorr, won bum In 13W (il. 1111)1. — 
111 >1. Fraaliatltt (17(^1 S\.\ Krtnprliu Ritdotfi Mtuner), a town of JSOO in- 
bah., with utd walli, gatu, and quaint bnuacs, l> Bliualed at Ibi fool at 
(fai< 'leiuulv wooded LOHn {3980 n.| a-ccaded In 3bTi>.! view-lower on the 

■ccomnoiKii'm), I H. lo the 8., la alao a hsaUb-reiorl (liydroiiatblG and 
prellT »llran pminenadei), — 43 M. WoMtrn (loe ubuvn), 

137 H. Sakfl-NeloUU. Tbe train aklrta the large Btslrewer Teieh. 
144 M. FraucnhtTij; 1% M. to the N. ia Prince Sohwarzooberg's 
ms^nlflnent chateau of Fraucnberg, on ■ hill laid out as a park. 

150 M. Badweii(1280fl.; Bail. Eataurant; Katstr von Oesltr- 
rtkh, bI the station, Silheme Qlackt, Haapt-Piatz, both good) la a 
"raerouE town at the conHnence of the UaltKh and the Afoldau, 

■ 99,400 luliabitants. The Cathedral with Its detached tower 

7. 366). Then 


254 BotittiS. qmOnd. 

dates from 1500. The Gothic Mnricn-Kirche has fine but badly kept 
cloisters. The htnileome Jlathaui ia Biluated In the Ring, a Platz 
flanked with arcadeG. Adjanentis thaSladliicfM Afui<uin[adu>. 60 b., 
on Sun. and holidays 9-13 free), The Stadt-Park contaius ■ bronxe 
statue of Adalbert Lanna (_A. 1666), a benefactor of S. Dohcmia, by 
PSnnfnger. — Branch-Iitie to p3Va M.) Wueiy CP- 266"). 

Fkuh BunKKii lo LIBI, 7B M., rsilwaj In a'/rl hri. — Several un- 
impncWnt itatiosB. SI H. Zanladorf (ti/i »- 1° Ihe W. la the tonn at 

old Cislfliian abbEj of lh»l immE, with .n inleresling Gothic c'hnrcli. — 

»«llt. On a hiil lo the right ia the old ea-tle of Weinberg. — 51 M. X^ir- 
martt. Tba Gothic olmrclicoiitihis a beautiful earvad ailar (endof Ihc iBlh 
conlj. — 68 M. Prd/arleii. Faither oo, lo the ilght, h StbhiH Baemlnrs. 
— 69 M. Ofl(<6ocft-H'nr*<rvCbr.ini:li lo Si, Valentin, tVlsS.x eaa p. Mi).— 
lleiond OaV> M.) Viiaegv Ihc lins croiaea Ihs Dannbe to (!S M.) Zrni &. 8Sj. 
FbouBduweistoSals*!!, leu., rallna; inli/i-ahr8„ a highl]- iDlf r- 
__., „..__ ,_ .. ^_..,__ ., ™.. .._. iBlhaMoldau 

abbey (jSth cent.). Ill H, Kruman (1T80 n.; SladI Win 
wilh 8700 jnbab. and a large ghileau of Prince Schwariei 
e»qool7 Bitualed on a rooli ahOTe the Moldan. — Bejot 
resort of Bajm we reach (58 M.) mrilr [BOaO ft ), Ihe ' 
the Bolejnlao Foreii', where inlerejdng PasBioaplayB ha 
periodically eince 1818 bni bate hefn re-annnBcd hj ihe 
wald-Bimd' (for informalion »a lo dates, etc., apply lo 
Bund al Budwels). — S3 U. iVcuiItfl-QHilcichinp, wilh 
tnmUr STrft*; 88 M. Bdiuarctarli-Slviin, with granile-i 

e KubaM ([ 
162 M. Forbei-SchwM 

the 15th cent. (2 M. lo the W. ia TroenoiB, vhen 
inl3601. ITQi/gM, Gralicn,- tbolittlatown, with glass-workaaiid t 
chateau of Count Buqnoy, lies 3 M. to tbe S. — The line erodes th( 
Lower Austrian boutter. — 181 1/3 M. GmOnd (1610 a ; Rail. lic- 
jtaufanl), Bthrlvin| town, with large railway- workah ops, liei on th( 
Liuchnit%. Junction for Vienna and Prague (R. 46); branch-linos l( 
(26Vs M.) Qroa-Gerungs and to (IS'/* M.) iilscftoti. From (197 M.' 
Schwarxtnau branuh-raUways run to the N. to (6 M.) Waldhoftn or 
tht Thaya, and to tbe S. to [18 M.) ZioelH, a Cistercian monastery 
with a magnificent Rom ariesque chapter-house and cloisterB, an Im- 
poiinE abbey-church, begun in 1343, a Taluable library (400 manui- 
cripts), and an interesting treaiiury. — 20? M. Oopfrlti, Janclloi 
foi [15 M.) EaahB. — 227 M. Signmadtherberg (Rail. Reetaurant) 
■to HiDEBBDouT, 2SII., ittilway Inghra. throueh Uie cfaanning Kimp 
Inl. fl H. Horn (1013 (t. 1 SchKarrer Adla-r Onldnia- mm, at Ihe alationl. 1 
little town, wilh a ScUoh of Count Hofos, and lUe old Oall 

teryi 3X. iDthe^. <■ the BenrdliMine abbi 
urg, founded In llli, — 10"/. M. Roaenburg 18(13 ft. j Hii. 





. 255 

ABiled by 1 «nncl SeLJow of Conal 
wt tour(-,anii, 1 rint Inlc-GolhU 
doubld e*'leric«. — 11 H. Oon-: 

adrrtdor/ (p. B4J. 

inaahetberB la /VUnti and (IS>jW M. 

i 1 Kr-t 

»itb exleBsi>e ndiw. - 

A briDch-Unc niDi I 
Zrllemder/ (p. OS). 

The line traverses the Mannhatl»brTs , » r»nge ofhIUawMeli I 
ilividea the N. half oF Lawei AusCiis into two proiinces. — !134 M. ^ 
Eugtnbtirg (Rati. Reitaufsnt), sn sndeat litUe town, atill partly 
eni^losed by witU, with the Ute-Gotbie church ot St. Stephen. — 
^Oi'/a M. Broil- Wtikerutorf. 

At WtUiar}, l>,ill. to tbeX.W., b the Rel^mbarf , a tnople affiras 
erectfd bt Uert tod Psr«(r)ed« to ibe umy, witti 1^ bniU of Au^lrita 
rnlETi and ecDenlakDd the lUtnei nod iDstbn of Hunibal Radetikr (d. 1808} 
and Bsron WlmplTea (d. lESl). It is noir tbo property of the Bniptrar. 

At C256 MJ ,46iifor/'-ffipptrj(ior/CKiil. Restinruit; branch-line 
to Krcnu, p. 92) the lino enters the broad lalley or the Sonube, and 
eioiiei the riTet beyond (258 M.)nf™-JiVen. 2B2M. TtUln (j. 93; 
iiaU. JZntaurant]. It then Ekirte the ri^bt bank of the Danube, with 
the hiUa of the Wiener Wald on the right. 265 M. l^aageeitbam { 
3e8'/jM. «. Anita, beyond whieh is S^Wom Ai(en6wir,- 271 ■/, M. 
dreifauMn (p. 93), "here the line nesre the river. — 274i/» M. 
Krittmdorfi opposite, at boiub distance from the ri»er, are Karnev- 
burg and the Bhamberi/ (p. 93). — 2T6 M. SlMteniBabiirg-Kicirliiie 
(p. 93], the RtatloD tor the town and &libey ot Eleitemeiiiitirg; 
2T7 M. Klo$terneubur!/- Wcidling. The train ikirt^ the slopea ot the 
KahUnherff, 280 M. KnMtnbtrgirdorf {p. 93); 2801/j M. Nuisdorf 
(p. 76), a Enbaib of Vicona (railway up the Kahlenbecg, see p. 75). 

283 M. TiBBUft, Front- JoKf'BoAnhofif. 1), 

43. From Dresden to Vienna -vik Tetiolien and Iglan. 

39S H. Eli-EtBa Id 10>;> bra. ISSchHicAi Slaall6alin l<i Tel9<^hl!n i Oultr- 

to |>f, Tbe eipreii IraLni bave lb rough- rcBlaurani-cars and BUeplng-cra, 
Ouitom-boiue eiamlnaliOD at Tcucbeo. - UtudoJi (0 Vienna vl^ PneUD 
■Dd BruiD, lee ItR. 37, U (Ibrougb carflagei ; lams fares aod lime). 

From Dreiden to (33 M.) Niedergrund, see p. 231. The train 
follows tbe left bank of the Elbe to Mittelgnmil, crosses the river, 
Bad ttaTeraee ■ tunnel beneath the Quaderberg to — 

381/2 M. Tetichen (462 ft. j -mtel Viltieh, on the Elbe-Qual, 
R. 2l/a-6, pens. 5-7 A*.; *Stem,Vi.'i K.; Krone; SladtPrag; BrUnir 
Baum; DampfKhl/f-HSlei, at the plei; Rait, flcilauront), a small 
toitn frith 9000 inhab., prettily situated at tbe confluence ot the 
Pultnits, or Polien, with the Elbe, and connected nith Bi/denbaeh 
ip. 231) and Obtrgrund by a chain-bridge and two railway-briilgei. 
The handsome ch.ilean of Count Thun, with iti pleasant gaTdeiis, 
an a lodty hill 161 ft. in huight, waa once forilfiud, and was an im- 
BMtant place during the Seven Yoare' War. Fine 'iHW from tha 
^Kbr.) Kaiitr-Auiskht on the Quaderbcrg (935 ft.; rfmlB,). J 


dbb Route i3. LEITMERITZ. From Dmiat- 

Froii TiTaOBBK TO NiHBDna, 74 U., Fdlwiy ia (i/, bra. TliG llm 
MciiBdB tha ladu9triii.1 PoUcn-TOI. — i'/i M. Baiea (bn ' " ' ~ 

(tor/, see tiejow). — 1911. aohBii»iih-I.BipilB50fl.iJrfm«r,, .. , 

(own ut 9200 Intanb. uii tbe Poliea, vrilb iBrge fuetorlH. Tlie Eahltnttrg 
(96G[t.t Teat&arant >1 tbe lop), * builtlc bill Mi oat witb sromenadeB, 
26niin. la OioW., onmiusiiaji a pratly vipwi atiU more eitensfve froai tlis 
bsWadara on lbs BpiUltrg lUeOtt-i reslaarant), </< >>r, lo Iba N, Froin 
Loipa brracli-liiiBa ran lo Tamiaibetg (tm below), lo Luiotlu (p. 3K1. an.; 

— ' imsll lakes. St'fc K, 

in a iDfl; rouk. 40 U. 

WBI (p. m) end cf a branciolna to"p» M.) Kop^iaino'(p. 387). — bJa IL 
jBBEbimiUu (SBG ft.-, KoiL Salam-sM; OoMner finmc; iximDi), > maa- 
nfaolQTiog lown with 18,600 Inhabilonla. Golhio church of Ihe Iflth eml.. 
dUnennd b; addllionsj old Schloas cnnrarled intn barrukst Butliani at 
1600 with two tdWBM. aallwijr to Prague, jee p. 287, — The Iter la erOMed, 
74 H. Simburs Ip. 2571. 

From Tetscben to JCarMdor/, 11 M,, railway in ai/j brj., via BMmiid- 
Jomnfli, Tavmnierg, and Knibit:. — Wirnadurf and IbeBce In ZlHsn, aec 
Baediter'i Norlhrr* QairunHl. 

Beyond TetscLsu tbe NordwestbsliD, oi Austrian N,W. Bail- 
1IS7, follows tho coQTse of tlie Elbe and pa.sBes throiigli pleaiing 
■Mnery. — 49l/s M. Grosi-PriMm (465 ft.; Eall way Hotel). 

Faok Geosb-Pbieber id Aatciu, 13 U., r^lwaj In U/i tir. - 7 M. lotAo- 
MU (branch-Knc (o TTarnjIadf, 8>/t M.). - Keu (S H.) Lacia-ailUcliiira ia 
(he hydrr.patblc of OiUMd^ere, svlth pleanaiit wood-promenarlu, whence the 
edtithbeiR (3380 ft.], a baialtio cone Fommandlsg a apl^Ddlil view or the 
whole or N. BohemlB, may be aar^ended In l>/< hr. Tift £McM (c< mp. p. SSB). 

— 12 U. ^atdia (Adlcr} la a quiet little lows of 3)00 Inb>i1v., on Ule Hae 
rrom LuliDiiti to Beicbenberi; (p. 333). 

54</t M. Bolir«ekaiiiteis(4?0ft.; Roil. Btatauraat), connected 
by ■ railwiy-bridge nith Aunig on the teft bank [p. 232). The train 
tlien passes below tbe picturesgne ruin of 'Schreckcnateln (p, 233), 
uid the valley again contracts. Tbe scenery between thlE point and 
Gzemoeek [soa below) is the flaeet on the line (views lo the right). 

— 60 M. Sebusein (Qasthaus zum VorgiBsmeinalcht) , chariningly 

To the B. (2 M.) liei Etmdraltli (Villa Henriellenruio) , a ouromef- 
resOFl. — TIeaiwnt eicnrslDii b; Iba LellmeTiti cDad, up the UiibleD-Tal, 
lo (17> U .) Tluu™, and thsuce to the rl^hl IbTough the woods (greeo and 
yellow niarknl to the Eiilurg (1808 ft.) end tbe (■/< hi.) ^oiatinMapclIc, 

I geblriC, with the ruip of Kamaii in Ihe fore^nmnd. Deaceot by (>/< hr.) 
Kamalk lo Leitmerilc, IVi hr. 

06 M. Ctemoatk, a proaperoua yillagB, yielding good wine. 
SrsDch-IIne to (11/^ M.) Cialosilt. 

70 M . LsitmeritK (490 ft. ; Krebe ,- Birach ,- Bail. Kcalawont) ia a 
pleaaant town (13,500 inhab.) and an episcopal see, with a late- 
Qothic Sathaut of the IGth cent. , embelUahed with a atatae of 
Roland at tbe comer toward! the marliet-place. Tbe Ocmc'mdehaui 
contains a 'Gantionale', or choral-baak, of the end of the 14tb cent., 
with beautiful miniatures. The Ketoftfiaus, thus named from in 
curlons eup-shaped tower [deleft, 'cup', 'chalice'), was hnilt by a 
'atraqnial' or Hiiaslte eiti/en In 1584. On the gronndfloor 

I Jnc/ualriol Mtitmm, The fertile country round Leitmerltx fi It 

■r it tll* 

mladt (p. 233). 

1 Vii hr. In LMMdiiU (Znt neldflngp Secbt), b 'iJla^e > 
.. W»lk theBce to tbB H. In tbe C'/i Sr.) lismlet of Obo- - Kobliu, 
Lind (a IbB (1 III'.) lup Of tlie OtlUcmeri) (p. Slfft. 

The trOiiu Eoon tiuiU tlie Elbe, which here makes ■ long lieiid 
toitardB the S., but beyond (82 M.) WcgttSdtl ig»ia returns to it. 
Beyond the slation, fine tctroapei:t of Uie Buhetnlan monntniuB. 

8a</t M. Libock (534 (l.) lies at the entrance to tlie LifiocJiEr 
GtHndt, roinantk, nlnding ravines, strolching many miles to tLe N. 
Tlie Czechish Idiom now prevails. — 91 M, Hdiiik (Trauhe)., a. 
towu of 4300 inhsb., belonging to Prince Lolikowitz, apposite the 
innuxof the Mnldau in the Elba. The hllli on the right hanlc ylelil 
Kw»d wine. Branch-line vl& {lo M.) Mschmo to (30'/a M.) Kwllenliit 
(p. Tti"). — 98 M. Vietet-PiiTOi (Bail. BeifoumtUJ, jnnotion of 
the Prigue and Turunn line (p. 'iTl). — 106 M. AU-Bunslm (Rail. 
ItcBUOTnut], nppoBice the aid Lunn at Btandeit an the left hank; ' 
'/g M. dlstint ia Biid Hnuedilcii, witli Rhalybeate Bprinii;*, — 1 13 M, i 
LitHi (Bail, Itetlanrant), junntion or the line from Prii;;ue to Mittcl- 
valde (p. 267). — 1211/2 M. HlmbiurK {Rail. Eestavrant; 7900 in- 
liab.J Is Mold town with an interesting Gothic church (1282-1305 ; 
rebuilt after a Bro in 1343) and large cailway-norli shops, Biilway to 
TnUehtm^ Beep. 258; to Po/^iJ'an (p. 260); to Woitromtf (p, 267). 

Tbe line MIowb the right bank of theElbe toKolin. I26I/2M. 
P<,dl{bTad (5400 inh&b.), with a Suhloes and a ohain-brldge oiur the 
Ulbe. WrthpiioB of QuotgePodiobiad, King of Bohemia (p. 217). — 

ISl'/i H. OmtU'Woesek, jonotion for CMumclt (p. '2(i7). Near 

l,13T U.) Solin (Jtuit. lieitauraat; p. 260] the line creases the Elbe. 
— 'Stunsbahii' to Brtinn and Vienna, see R. 44b. 

I43l/t M. SedUU'KatUnbers (705 ft. ; restaurant opposite the 

Jlnneli-lfMo la OUImiinv, ^ U. !□ 1/1 hr- " At (1>/| >!,) ^iSel: U fbe 
U'lUlls cburi^b uf S1.M»; (IW-lSlU), tbe larguil !a BuJiumU, ones lieluiitf- 
>Be lo a Clatorolan abbey, wltb double ainlei, aipbalstory, and chnpeJi. 
The Md abbST-bnlldlnEa niw contain a large cnvemmenl toliiuicofaclory. I 
-in. SatUDbDi^eft.l'^A'niriMflDJi,' pop. il^SOO). an anolsnt mloinc 
I<IWB, wboaa winaa yloldtul mucli silver till Ilie cKmg uI Ihe IBtb cent., ' 
but »?rc abnDdoimd In 190S. Tbe 'Chvrrh of St. Barbara, wltb doobls 
■latKx, be^nn in 1381 by Patsr of Omlind, in a niibls Oollilc t-UUce, wilb 

I lbs liiwn-baU) ia Iba WcaiSli-SaptBe. wltb a 
chnrchea of St.Jakoh, Jfarfa-fflnmclfaSrt (both 
It,}, aoA the TrMlr pale-Onthle , llfe-iKH) aro 

^ ti^Va^- iulau|7U5rt.; Dlaiur Stern! Krone, at thu station ; 
fe^OOO), near Chotntilt, whore KTsderlcb the Great defualed thu 
" lain under Charles of Lorraine In 1742. ZUlHi(d. 1424) was 

i In the church ofSS. Peter and Paul, but in lB23hU bonna I 
Bnaaved and his grave destroyed by order of Emp, Ferdinand 

258 fiDttls«f. ZMAJM. flPBHPIV 

II. [BriDch'Cailway lieace lis^ou^itEtu ZaM-'rateU-Tfanoachnilii and 
Wrdy-Btwtii.) — 183V» M. Deut»oli-Brod (1385 ft.; WcUset Eoie. 
SchviancT AdUr ! Ball. Btslanranl; pop. 6500}, a manufactuiing 
lonn on the Satavia, noted fat Ziskt'a victory over Emp. SigiEmnnd. 
ill U22. Braiii^li-liiiea to [16 M.) Humpobitt and to (aOt/s M.) Baar. 

To P*M>UBiTi, BBi/i M., rallwuy fn 3-4 lin, 3t M. fl*Brf, i ■tn&U town 
with 3341 Inhkb. anil bd oldOnlbic churcli, jnnetiDD nf theline loZwillau 
tp. 261). — MB. OUrail (p. 318). — 60 M. Cirndim (Bail. BeiHuf.nt)' — 
BD'/i BL PorrfoMlt (p. 260). 

The line croases the Sazina at (I8Q M.] 5ch[o}>p<-n«, and beyond 
(194 M.) Poino-Slecftm the Moravian frontier. 

I99ViM. IglMi fiesOft.; GoldsntT LUicti Drei F&nlen ; Rail. 
Eeilaurant i pop, 24,400), tn old town on the Iglatpa, witli weaiing 
Btid plush factuties and important murkels. The Oothio church dE 
SI, Jakob has a good altar-piece by Job. Steinei. The municipal and 
mining code of laws of Iglau Is the oldest In Moravia. The town- 
haU coiilaiua a hook of civio laws, with miniatures, of 1389. — 
lUilway to Wtiely and Tabor, see p. 266. 

Tha line foUowa the taUcy of the Iglawa. M7Vj M. Wittt (with 
a chateau of Count SedlnitJty). — 217 M. Okfiiko (Kail. Restautant). 

Fbom (JKursio 10 Bbdhk, 47i/, M., railway in 3'/> Hm- — T/i M- 
TnliitHb (I33U ft.) UN. BabitmrB), un Ibe /gluua, »ith 10^» inliab., 
has an iDleri^gtlDg abbcy-cliuiDh bulll in lS3&4e in lUe transllion style. 

iimni. — le H. aiiid<:«ett (bmnch-llDe to Ona-MeitriUtH. 

1. BiEaDROttei (1118 ft. \ Rait. Stslaaraat), »llh aiteufiTB 

.- ,. H. SlTiliti. B etuUOD on the line tiom Brflnn to Oniei- 

ba>^li (]i. WBI. — IT'/t M, Brtna (p. 261). 

Neat (336 M.) Kojetm, on the tight, rises Schteae Sadek, acat 
of Count Chotiushy. — 232 M. Jarmcrih. with a ohatcuu of Ooont 
Karolyl. — 237 M. MShrisch-BudviHi (btanoh-Une to Jomitrt!, 
IBM.). — 248 M. Sehanicald-Frain. The little town of Frain, on 
the Thaya, 3 M. to tha S.W., haa a nobie Sohloss of Count Stad-. 
nicky on an alitopt rook. J 

2601/2 M. Znaim (945 ft.; Drt! Kronen; Ntswedoj Leritr, at 
the station; Ball. EeitauTant; pop. 16,300). a town founded hy 
Ottokai I. in 1226, lies picturesquely on the left bank of tha Thaya. 
Ths well-known atmistioo between Napoleon and the Aicbduka 
CharlH! was eoocluded here in iaO0 aftet the battle ofWagram. 
Pleasant promenades now oocapy the site of the old fortlficationl. 
On the W. aide at the town are lemaiiiE of a Ciuile of the UatsroTea 
of Moravia, part of which U now a hteweiy. The OaiUc Chaptl, 
known as the 'Htldenltmpel', a Romanesque Dircolat Etructuro o( 
the 12th cent., contains very early mural paintings (iD&tored 
1898). The palish -choroli of Si. Nlekolag, a finely propoiii- " 
Gothic edifice of the l-lth cent., is disfigured by a modern ri< 
Hear it is Ibe WenulikapetU , an esrly-Gathio double churi'li 
upper story has been adapted fot the Protestant eervlce, tbi- I 
is not aooesBible. The Lav- Court, on the site of the [otnier !■ 


to Viettna. STOCKERAD. ^3. BouK. ' 

hall, hag ■ Laudsuise towec or the 15th cent., '^&il ft. high, in tbe 
Golti Msneioii, with v. Renaissance doorwiy, are the munidpal 
ortli-es and the AtcMpu, containing a basutltul i11uiniuat«d code or 
1525. OutaidetheE. gate are the ^o]iaIVonuni«nl, sgcaoiteahelisk. 
with a figure o( Victory, in memory of Oolonel Kopsl (d. 1648), and 
a bronie huat or the noiellsl Charla Seahpeid (Karl Foettl ; 1793- 
ia64), who was born at Poppitu, 3 M. to the S. of Znaimf 

The envliops ure pictureeqne and fertile. GueurtibeTS and other 
vegetables are largely cnltivated hero. The farmer Fif mo netnlenBl in 
ahbey of Bmck, an extensive building l</i H. to the S., is no 

ZnaiiD 1i the heat ■larlini;-paln( [i>r a lisil to tbs Thaya-Tal. 
{{iillowine are lb o Sssit points In IhepIainrBtqas valley: JVisimtfAlFN, witb 
Vhe SclioitKr- OiMrei , Iha SelimiurliaMil, ihe eb&leaa of Karhlntl, ths 
iuIdb of JVguAdntil, AU-Saia, and Hardigs, frain (Kc n. IDS;, Urn curious 
EaMhlea (Ice-caverDik and ficAloii VOIIau, pruuerly or Counl Sana, ffhlcb 

oonlains a fine collocllon of armour and neapons, Includine th 

»IZi<nyl, tho brave defender of Salgetnir (p. fill), and the beluie 
Ittou K».iK ID 0KU8.B1CU (p. 580), IflM., railway in I'/i br 
llj<f / n^ar Znaim by a viailuel 1(10 ydi. Ipng. 

The lino croaaea the deep valley of the Thaya by an imposing 
viaduct, 240 yds. long and ICiO ft. high. To the left, the Ahbey of 
Brurttaeesbove). 272 M. n<ti(7B4ftO, a wlue-producingplnoe.- 
LSIS M. Zellemdorf f i£ai[. Reilaurant); btBiich-llne to Sigmundt- 
kerberg, aee p. 261 ; lo Qruubach and LundenhUTg, p. 266. — 
■J31 M.OberhuUalTuna;Vliii, to theN.E. is the inlerssling church 
"[ ScliongraJiern, a maestvu late- Roma neaque structure (1210-30), 
tuili FUtioiis reliefs of the Kail nf Man, etc., in niches outside 

'2>J7 M, GoUcTtdorf (646 ft.), with a nell-preaervod medieval 
chateau, lies «u the GoIUt, the valley of vrhich the line now 
descauda. Wa pass the ancestral chateau of Count Schonbom, vlth 
Ita large park. — 303 M. SitmdoTf, with a chSleaii and park of 
I'rince Colloredo-Mansfeld. — 307 M, Btookeran (646 ft. ; S(fatm), 
a busy niarket-tDWD with a thdvlng grain-trade and large cavalry- 
barracks. The line enters the broad valley of the Danube, with ita 
woods and islands. Beyond it rise the hills of the Wiener Wald. — 
:!13 M, Korneiibwe (p. 93). 316 M. Langenseridotf, at the W. babe 
r (lie vine-clad Blsambtrg (p. 93), On the opposite bank is the 
■ '■I y of Kloslemeuburg (p. 77). 

Itom (3191/j M.) Jedltiee a branch-line diverges to Florldidorf, 
. i\sa N. Railway (p. 265). The train then cmssm the Danube by 
lung bridge (view to the right, up the stream, as far as theKahlen- 
jrg, etc.), and slops at the NoTdv:til'Bahnliiof at — 
3^ M. ViBIlM (p. 1). 


M. From Prague to Vienna vi& Briinn. 

a. Yi& LmLdenbarg. 

247 11. IlAif.WAT ill 7-131/... hw. (to BrimiJ 41/2-^ Iitk.)-, farep 28 A. B(J 
17 ii.. 9 A 2t» h. ; express 41 1 A. »J. 24 £. 8U, IS K. 10 /*. From Dresden ti 
^'iennu vii< Pra'^ui- and liriiim, l(»/4 hru. (liaref. 46 M SU, 31«« 10, l(i U( 4(»pf. 1 
comj). £.43. — Tlif traveller HiiOulU fltatc. when taking: hih ticket, wliethe: 
\x\F' ae.stination hi the 'IJord-Balmkof or the ^Stuat^-Balinlinr (Hanit- tares 1 
Tiif express tram;: have sleep in^r-corrumep and restaurants. 

Prague, sec p. 2J7. As wr le.ive the Staats^-Bahiiliof, wr observi 
the suburb oi' EarnUnental (p. 220) on tlie left and the. Ziskabert 
Tp. 2Hn I on the ri-bt. S-i/o M. Liehen (p. 207). — 2()i/2 M. BUhmisch 
Jhrod (728 ft.), lifltwfion liohmiBcb-lJrod and Podiebrad Q). 257 
the Hudsite wait* were ended in 14B4 by a groat battle, in wbicl 
both theBubemian leaders. I^onopiuB *tbe Great' and 'thcliess', fell 
— 2;li'o M, Pnricav (junntion for Nimhurg, p, 2o9) ; 29 M. Pecei 
(.junction for Btcvdr aiid Kaurim); 38i 2 ^- ^^l-im. Near Koliu 
on the right, lisep the Friedrielisberv (912 ft; 1 1/2 hi.; wJiert 
Frederick stood durin;: the battl(> ). with an obelisk in memory oi 
the victory pained by the Austrian Marshal Daun over Frederick tlu 
Great. 4bth .luue, i7r»7, which compelled the I'russians to evacuatt 
Bohemia. — 40 M. Kolis (050 ft. ; Grand Hotel ; Blatuer Stem ; Rail. 
Bestaurant i pop. 15.000), on the Elbe, a manufacturing town, i^ 
the .iunctiou of the Au.«?tTian IS.W. Itailwuy 1 p. 257). The Ohurr-h 
Si. Barthnlnmev , a handsome building in the transitional style 
the 13th cent., with Komanesque transept and two W. towers, ha: 
fl remarkably rich Gothic *Ohoir, erected by }*oter of Gmiiiid ii 
lHOO-7^. Adjoining the church is a deiaciied belfry of the 
J(ith century. Branch-line to Cercan-Pikelij. see ]>. 266. 

451/2 ^- Elbt-Teinitz. prettily situated on a hill. On the lefi. 
the Elbe ; on the right, several quarries. 521/2 M. Kladrub; 57 Al 
Prtlouc (junction for Ealk^Pndol, liU/2 M.). On an isolated hil! t( 
the lefi of (65 M.) Pardubitz (Bail. Bestaurani: Hot. Vaelkn} i: 
the ruined castle of Kunetitz (JOOOft. ). Ilaiiway U* Beiehenhert 
and Zittau, see B. 47 ; to DeutHek-Brod^ see p. 25B. 

73 M. Morawan. — Beyond (B0M.~1 Chotxen iBail. Bestaurant. 
witli b chateau and }>ark ol }*rince £iusky, the junction for Tinischi 
(p. 207) and a branch-line t(* (15 M.) Leiumiischl ^ the train passer 
through a tunnel of 200 yds. into tiiie narrow valley of the Stilit 
Adler^ with its pretty green meadows, wooded hillb, and rock-forma- 
tioub. — 89 M . Brcmdeis, a picturesque place, with a ruined castle, 
once the headquarters of the 'Bohemian Brethren'. — 95^/2 M. Wilden- 
schwerl., a manufacturing town, junction for Geieraberg (p. 207). — ■ 
J02 M. BohxniMfa-Trabau (1260 ft.; *Bail. BeataurmUl 

To Olii^z, f)4'/s U., railway in L>V2 hw. — 4>/% II. Triebit: QnncMoj 
for Frouniu^ ]>. 2G4j; !)>/= 11. RudgUdorf rimmelt-line to ZafidjAroij); ttiRi 
thr(m{;li tlic wiioded ravine of Utc Bcuama to 0^6 K.*) Bt^autadt (flTH ft. 
Bail. Kestaurant), u nmall town prettily aituated at thf K.£. bam- nf tbi 
Sudeten (juaotinu tor Bkmda). The line neara ilie March. On a hill to thi 
ri(dit beyond (80 H.) Lukametz riaea Bcklo** MUrau, now a house of cor 



41. From Prague to Vienna vlA Briiiin. 
«. Tifc LondenbarK. 

247 M. JtAitwAT in 1-Vi'l, brs. (Ifl BruDn i'/i-S lirs.h fsK" 28 ff. Sn 
- . £, 9 JT. :jO a. I uprui 40 f. DU, ii K. &>, 13 A' 10 h. From Drud(i> < 
Vtenu ril Pngua sBd SrlinD, lC*/i bn. (fues IB UT 30, 31^ 10, 16 Ul 40 i.l 
comp.S. la. — ThotnTaller HbonldatiLle, wheuUktngMBlickst, wbi^i. 
tail deitinitloD ia lbs 'NDcd'Bibpbor ot tbo 'SlutJ-Babnhnf [aurnc fui. 
The expreii Inlns hsvo aleepine-ciirrl^cB and rutanruti. 

iVoffUf, BBG p. 317. Ab we leave the StaalB-Bshnhof, we obstrn 
the suhnib of Karol'menlid (p. 226) on the left and the Zdkabf^i) 
(p. 233) on Iha right. S'/s M. Lieben (p. 267). — ad/j M. BoAinii./,- 
Brorf {728 a,). BetwBon Bohtnlsch-Brod and Podiebrsd tp. 2Q7) 
the Huasite wars were ended in 1434 by a great battle, in whiili 
both thoBobemUnUaderB, Procoplua 'theGieat' and 'the Less', fall 
— 231/3 M. Pofto'm (junction for Wimfiurp, p. a&9);29M. Pefy: 
(Jnuction toi BeAdr andfau^im); 33V3 ^- yeiim. Near KdIId, 
on the right, ilii^s the Fritdriekiberg (912 ft; l</s ^^-i "''^'^ 
Fiedeiick Etaod during the battle), with an obelisk in memory of 
the victory gained by the Austrian Marshal Dauu eiDr Frederick the 
Great, 18th June, 1757, which compelled the PrnEslana to cracuata 
Bohemia. — 40 M. EoUn ((166 ft. i OrandHottl; BlatterStemi Bail. 
Restaurant; pop. l&.OOO], on the Elbe, a msnatac taring town, is 
the junction of the Anatrian N.W. Railway (p. 267). The Chur^b <,j 
St. Barlliotomew, a haiidaome building lu the tranaiCiunal «tyK> nf 
the 13th cent., with Romanesque transept aud two W. lowers, h^ii 
a lemsrkably rich Gothic 'Choir, erected by Peter of GmQnd izi 
1380-78. Adjoining (he church is « detached belfty ot the 
16(h century. Branch-lijie to CeTcan-Pihiy, sea p. 260. 

4Bi/j M. Eirie-Ttlnitt, prettily situated on a hill. On the luft, 
the Elbe; on the right, several quarries. 52t/. M. KUtdntb; 57 M. 
Pfetduif (junction for Kalk-Podal, ISi/g H.). On an isolated hill to 
the left of (66 M.) FtudahitE (Rail. Acglauront,' HU. Vae&oj is 
the ruined castle of Kunetiti {1000 ft.). Railway to Rtichmberg 
aud Zillau, see R. 47; to DattKh-BTod, gee p. 258. 

73 M, Motawan. — Beyond (86 M.) Obotien (Rail, Rtilatirant i, 
with a chatead and park of Prince Klnsky, the junction for TJnisulit 
(p. 2G7) and a branoh-Une to (15 M.) LtilomiKU, the train passea 
through a tunnel ot 300 yds. into the narrow vaUey of the Slilla 
AdUr, with its pretty green meadows, wooded hills, and rock-fonna- 
tions. — 89 M . Brandeis, a pintoreBque place, with a ruined caalle, 
ouce the headquarters of the 'Bohemian Brethren*. — SSl/jM. Wilien- 
KhiatH, a manufacturing town, junction for QeitTibtrg (p. 267). — 
102 M. Bohmiaob-Trabaa (1260 ft.; 'Rail. Beafourant). 

To Ot-atn, Wit "., raUway in 2i/i hrs. - *'/, M. TriMU (jun^tl. - 
ri>r Prannltz, p. Wl)) 9'/i H. KniiUiIvrf (hnacti-llaB to L«ndilliVi,U tl,'.: 
Ihrouijli tbe woodnd raviOB or tbe Annua to [3S ■-) Bohnilaai {glS ft , 
Ktil. Kestaanut), a aniall town prcllilr illnBted at the fl.K. hue ot Uie 

BRCnN. tt. SauU. 'SSlI 

BfUon. S3I/J M. Uasl'tx (Itoil. Keilmr»iit), ■ plws&nt MtUe (own, with 1 
L niunuiDoiil to Emp. Jmeph 11. tiX. B^hsm-ibachiiuaeWonH- ""—•- ■ 
I'jK. aufantf, to ibeS.E. of whieli lies the conildBrabls hmn 
•*fV, ]4s» OJmiitz the Dillltarir hoinltal dF Uraiti'ih, oona > n 
!■ >e«n la ths rlglit in tbe distance. 61</i H. ObiMti, let p. 3T3. 

Ill M. ZwUtau (1463 ft.i Slsdthof), sn old lown yili 
faoWriaB {branch-Uno to Shai, p. 258); 11 G M. Grcifrndorf. ] 
BefondaHhort tnniiel, (]22ViM0£rMau(1236ft.), > minufactnr- 
Ing pUue on the ZviUia, or Zteittatiia. — 128 M. Ltltowlii, mth a 
moDMtBT)' indhoEpltnl. To tbelertlnlbedUtince, beyand[i34H.} I 
^ifcaliYi, tbe cDaspicuoufl Tuina of Boikawilt, 139 M. Raits (BrSn- ] 
haul), with a chiteau of Frince S«1di. — lU M. Blaniko (Kail, 
Keiuurant), with large iion-Covndiies ovaei by Pilnue Salm. 

A pleuant eKiiriluii mar >>b iakin (cnrrtai^e In 4 bra.; 10 S.) from 
BUnsku \>} Railt anil Pilroalli to ,!3wi> CWuaeW'a InnI, where there are 
sefcral inlereillsi; utalacltte ravetni (adm. lo eacb 6D A.)| thence to tliu 
a. llmnifli the £ld( Tal to the JCoiscko, a lubildence In the erooDd, UO !c. 
deap (Qne lUw frDU Ibe lUpta-irarli)\ and back ti; the niiitica-ral, 
paanlDg Piinee Salm'g Irun-warki. 

T)ie viHoy of tbe Zwittana contraDta and la bounded by rocky, 1 
woodod blllB. Tliollnerollows Ibevinding stream and paasea thrauith I 
four tunnels; »bave the tblrd, tbe ruin of iVouyArai/. ii9f/l. Adami- 
Ikal (Rail. Itestaurant', Hot, Felaenkeller, ^/^ U. fcom tbe Elation), 
a biiay plane, with large englne-workg and a oh£l«au of Piince 
l.tei-blensteio. About 3M, lo the E. lies the Jo9c/>-Ta[, withseieral 
rayerns, and rich In natural beauties, oftan vlelted from Brilnn. 

lliS M. Brnnn. — Hat>U. ■Okisd Hdiat ll>]. a^ F, d), in tbe 
[ with nil ubl yanlan, B, US S.\ Pauoweti iim Kiuu roii 
0«iTBii«icB (PI, bi F, .11, at tho conif r of Ferdloandagasse aud Fratmcnshecg- 
gaiH, n. fl^S X., B. 80 A,; NcDHiDBsa (Fl. c, F, ij, FeFdlnandegasM. 

aeataaiaiUa, £a«{i«v fiufaarniU. 0Milwkj Aaui (PI, fi, F. QielBgiuitlT 
HHBd np sm Kloiik: SthaieluUtr BferHalle, L><an.^ky->J*IIi HontM*, 
K.TdEnan<l<!lUBi) 16-. £«t Hohat Warli (on the SnlelhorQ) Hue view)! ^a- 
fnrlm (i« p. 3eS)i SmUlaiia. at Karthann (eleclrle tnmnar, flee hdaw), 
wltb plauant ^arlea. — Wine, gum Pfaa, JakohsgtUB »( IWIn-. Alt- 

Oa«a. nmirtB T/oiM, aee above] r»MMrto/, nentiereasne 9i (V'' "" 
I'Bvnpr, JobnntHi^aiH and OrDBIsr Platii Mil', Heiieusei BdlMWb 
LalanAf-PlaUi B/avii, iaeobt-F]»t>. 

CaliB. From ilatlnn to tawB, oilli <me borae iK.tan., nllli two barsei 
3 r.) at night (alter e p.ra,) 3 or a il BTIlmei Tor tbe Rrtl i/i lir. 80, 
Mift aUttlonal V< br. lOA.i twD-horee for flnt i/,jbr. 1 K. 10 H.. eaoli ad- 
dWaual >/• br. 1 K. At nighl 30-10 A, more. 

Xleetrio Tramway. From ttie ilatloD lo AngaiCeo, Karlbaua, Subrelb- 
wild, and tbe aeoiriil cemelerT, every halt-hour. 

Put aad Telacraph OMit (PI. t, S), PialBa*Bii. - Theatre. Bladl- 
Thralir (PI. F It), rluied fn iiimmei. 

Bathe. CkarMlnliad (PI. F, i^ Tanonr, iBimniing, eta.), Jtisefoladt lOi 
Dinnattod, IikotiagaBBe 18. RIvn-batlif In tbe 8obwariB»a: Siailiiiclui 
B„a. Hchrslbwald-att. T, 

Bninn (690 ft.), the capital of Moravia, witb 110,000 inhali., 
inolndlng tbe iiubiirhs, llee in a beantlFul tertfle reston at the foot 
Spielberg, between the SehvNiriaitpn and tho ZtniHaiia. The 
wbinh waa en liiipoTlnrhl pUro sa enrly a.s the flth i!.<iit., \a J 




abJ Route U. BRUNN. f^om I^ag 

nof one or the chief miniifsetnring pUnea in tbe Austrian eni_ 
especially for nioth. The nramped and siignlat old town is surfouiided 
with protuetiades &nd handeome baulevaida, beyond which aub- 
Btantlal suburbs ha^e sprane up. 

Turning to the left on leaving (he station, we enter t 
ades of the FranienabBrg [PI. E, F, 4), embelliahad w 
lisk of grey marble in memory of the battle of Leipzig [1813), mil 
obtain a lieiv of the S. suburbs, ttia fertilo environs, and the F( ' 
Ht3. to tbe S. In the back^und. To the right ia the Episet 
Palace {V\. 1). On an adjacent hill rises the Cathedral of St. Peter 
and St. Paid fPi. E, F, 4), Tith its lofty nave, built in the Ootbir. 
Htyle In the 15th cent., injured by the Swedes in 1646, and restored 
in rococo taste. The presbytery, restored In 1890 in the Ootlile 
style, contains niodeiu stained glass. 

TheBpieIbarg(94Dft.; P1.D,E,3: ascent from the Elisabeth- 
Str,, PI. E, 3] is crowned with the nltade! a( that name, b stma- 
prison from 1621 to 1S&5, where the turbulent Trenck, colonel of 
the half savsgB Pandouta, died in captirily in 1749. Count Silvio 
Pelllco, the Italian poet, who was imprisoned here in 1822-30, hat 
described his aad experiences in 'Le mie Piigionl'. The casematea 
contain llfesize portraits of several famons prlsaners, the Emp. 
Joseph cell, with its inmate, a torlnre-cell, a well 376 ft. deep, eir. 
Tickets of admission to the dtsdel (now a barrack], a visit to wbi'h 
takes '/!~'V4 hour, may be obtained from the sergeant who acts nt 
guide (iO^k ). Pleasant grounds and fine view. 

In the £lUabeth-Str., bordered on the left by promenades ei- 
tendlng to the Spielberg, rise on the right the Landti-ObcTreaUehvli 
(Commercial SthDDl; PI. 11} and the Hoiavian Industrial MntcDin 
(OevifTtie-Uuseum; PI. K, 3), with intereBting colieciions and a 
libnry (adm. on week-days, eicept Mon., 0-13 and 2-6, Sun. and 
holidays 9-12 and 2-4). At the end of the street Is the Elliabelh- 
Piatt (PI. E, 3], with Its promenades, enclosed by handsome modern 
hnlldingi. On the W. Is the ree/inieai/nililutlan (PI. 16]; on the 
E., the German Qrammar Schoct (/. Deulichei Oymnaiium; PI. BV. 
on the 8„ theSIauonieSocietif pBesedni dum'; PI. 13), the Kron- 
print Rudolf PubiK School (VUS),&j\i the Oermon Gymnattie Ball 
[PI. 5); on the N., the tasteful Proteilant Church (PI. 8], in tbe 
Qolblc style, by Ferstel [1867). To the light, in the Jodok-Str., is 
the Limdhaui [PI. E, 2, 3), bnilt in 1876-78, where the Moravian 
Estates meet. In the adjacent LaSansky-Platz, on the left, is the 
14tb cent. Chureb of SI. Thomas (PI, F, 2), neit to which are the 
SlatHiallerei, or goiernment-buil dings [PI. 14], once an Angnstljie 
convent, with statues of the margraves Johans (1350-75) and Jobst 
(1376-1411) at the portal. To the N. of the cliiirch rises the 
Dmtiehe Houb (Pi. E, P. 2), in the Qerman BenaUsance atfie 1 
Ende and Boi:kmann (1801;, with nsf^-reslaaranc, ball-rooms, r~ 
In ftnntof it isa Ihiuhzp Slalun of Bmy. Joseph 1 1., byRienek(lli 

tis, etft.Li 


to Tlenna. BrONN. id. Routt. 

The KeiiuergaBSe lfiu\» rcom Uie LiianEhT-Plilz to Ibe S. to the 
Gotliii^ CliuiQh of Bt. Ikcob (PI. E, F, 3), b\iilt in 1314-1480, witb 
nava and aisles of equal beigbt, remiirkible foi itt elegant propor- 
tions. It has refently been restored and embcllislied with stipeib 
stained-glass windDws. In tbe ambulatory of the <^hoit it the mon- 
iiment of Field-Hacshat Count Kadwit de Soiiches (d. 16U3;), the 
gallnnt defender of BrBnn against the Sweden la 1645. The I(i- 
congrnoiis iron tower, 305 ft. hlgb, was added in 1840. 

We now GTO«i the Grout Ftali [Fl. F, 3), with Ita colnmn in 
honoui of the Virgin (1680), and follow the Hanensaaie «nd the 
Kathausgasse to the Rathaui (VI. F, 3], erected In 1511, but 
modcrniiedi the rich late- Gothie portal, atttibnted to Meintor Pil- 
Kr»m, and aBenalaaance arcadein the cnurt to the right alone retain 
thclt ortglual tarm. A crocodile's akin sntpended in the corridor at 
the baok U pointed out aa a 'dragon'. — In tbe Dominiliatier-PlatE 
i" tbe old Landliaui, or Heme of the EHaiM (PI. H), containing the 
j1/uniclpBlCoU«FUani(aatiqultlei,iMirioaitiet, AeOompenCoUentloii 
of modern pintnrea, etc.; adm. Sun., lO-l, Tue«. A Sat. 2-4, free^. 

Near this it tbe Krautmarkt (PI. F, 4), with « founialTi of IBM 
(known as tbe Tam^asus'), by B, Plaeher von Erlx^fa, and a column 
in honour of tbe Trinity. The S.W. Bide or the aqnare la occupied 
by the Prnvmcial Lav: CourU. Adjacent ii tbe Jwattu HnMnn 
(PI. 7; open in Biimmet on Hon., Wed., & Sat 10-12 and 1-1, Sun. 
lO-l, at other times on ipplkallon), containing autlqullles, a natural 
history coUecllaa, Moravian coaiumes, palntinp, etc. — A vault \u 
the r>ipucAin CAurcA, in the adjacent Kapitxiner-PUtz (PI. P, 4], 
ciont«in( the glaii eofdn of Colonel Tretick (lee p. liVi ; apply to I 
ibe sacriatan). — Beyond the station t« the handaouie Hfnagntut 
(PI. F, 4), In tbe Mouriih style (iBCti). — Farther to the N., In the 
KaiserHng, b the ThtiUre (HI. F, 3), built by Fellnor & lldlmer In 
1882, the fltat in Kuropo lighted by eleclrtclty. In the promenadoi 
on the Olncli are a motiuuient In memory nf the Swedlih aleite In 
1H4I) (er'oied in IHOriJ. bum of SebllUr and, and * 
monument ti Burgoma»tor Winteiholler (1895). 

Tlie Angarteo (PI. E, F, 1; electric tramway, »cn p. Ml), a 
pleasant park on the N. side of the town, opened to the publio by 
Eiiip. Joseph II., Is a favourite reaort. It cuntaiii" the Aui/arUn- 

Oeln'iutlt (cif*), where a military band play* 1 mmnr on Tubs. 

and Thure. afternoons, and ■ bast of Kmp. Joaeph 11. by Tilgnar. 

On the aw. side of the Spielberg ll» Alt- Urllnii with tb» 
KUnisinklitler (PI. D, 4) and lt» luterettiiig tiolhlc Augiittlnt 
Churrh (14th Mnt,), Farther to tha W., boyond the Uchwarr.awa, 
are the (l>/t M.) Sthrtll'iBald, a popular place of reciDation (redaii- 
lant ; elactrio tramway, sea p. 2i11 ^ <'arr. and pair 2 K, 40 h.) and 
the BUlnmiihU UtKlaurant. 

■ ttiOU Bitai TO Ti>ouirai*[Ti, 18 V., railway Is IVi l>r. !'/• H. OLru- 
laoH lo tfaa naniihclarinii qtiarlur of Hrunni i',', K. KH^iei/tU or i 



Brunn, with B militirj JcSuul Snd Dd« ] 

ine w»tk thence i, Iho (1 hr.) flahylo- 

point Df f Ign, to (>7( hr.J Vranaii, villi 

■tdD, ind thTODgli fine wo»ds to (1 bi 

Neil Blilionai OBrrin, Draim?, anil (!■ , . ., - 

town pnttily altuBlid on 11m leH bank of the echuarrama (oppoiite HieK- 

runtlu -Tertloitrr). Observe here Itai fine tnnBltion dmroli uf tbe funMT 

DBDnerr of JHmmslip/iirlt, pirticnluly the ijolilr Bculptaied W. ■Portal 

and Iba 11. ololalen. 

Fbom Baton TO OiKara *BO to Pbeeid (to Otoiflte, 61 M., niln-if la 
3brl.> to J^'irau, eeVi H-. Id 3'/t bn.)- iaVtlS.SftiuHeail SO'lili. WiithM; 
36 U. HimammlU. it {aSVi M.) JfaamMiti (&»». KGBtaorui) tbe lina to 
JVoojnni and Olfflilti dlvarget to tbs Ml (p, 2ai). Oo the Freiiu Une Ire 
tUlloni KaJiMa sud <,%rvpfa. bS'/i H. nwan fp' 272). 

Fkok BkBhb to TSBHoeitl-Tsi-ucz, lUK/i M., riUwiy in S bri. 8 ■■ 

- i ISM. ^MJ - ■■ " ■■ - ■ 

- - ^Ime Smperors' Do Siid Dec. 

Ilil SH'h H. Oava; l»h ^- S'i«" (K^IL 

Connt Belefaenbuh (jnimtion fm AiiA 

i'eidlmDdB-Naidbuhn (p. 373j Bud, neai 

.eb-line to tbg rigbt lo mrauniU ta.Vn% 

<11 K.) 5taUlc (p. 3!iS}. Our tnln nsl 

le HiMli. nV, H. ['niRiriKiA-OKn), epit, 

ibe OluHii, whieb lb< troia tailmn to 

rudiMA, ice p. 272.) IS'/' "■ Oum-Udi- 

I, Willi Connt Scr^nyl'i bntliB (irMff eon- 

oo nnd bromine wit, eW.); 80'/i U- BeUeaiU; EU V. Snidalr. 

B Ibe (103 M.I KIWfl fail (lliingarim frontier) and eelet tUe 

.a Wong. l]()i/i H. ^atciln-rffNci (p. 303). 



lie of tUe Three kn 

til el! 

Id). !1 U. BulfcKo 



with a ohitean o 

p. 273 




tljr'iXo Jf°r=fl."BM 


Prtrm [9>/, B.), >nd 


a tbe left Lafli of 

tbe G 


aneb lo UngarUiA- 



]ie;ond Ilrunn, os tliB 'Nardbnhn', Follow tlie stations Ohtr- 
Oerapitt, Madrllt, and (16B M,] Baigem, with a Ijjge Benedictine 
abbeyfaiinded In 1043. — leei/iM.AaMacA; branoli-line 10(1^4 H.) 
Broii-Setlowits, with suBar-reflnetioa. — At (174M.) BranovHs iKe 
8ehvar%a\Ba ia crossed; on the right, the Palau Afli., with Toins. — 
17HM. Auspii%i conneeted by steim-tramway vllh (4l/jM.) the toyiu 
of that name. — 183 M. SaiU; on the light Tiacs the oriealal belvedere 
in the puk of Prince LlschteuHtein (ase belov). Btanoh-line to 
(■231/, M.) adding (p. 272). — JSai/s «■ Ko)!*;, wiOi the oldest 
ctUTth in Moravia. — 196 M. Luideiibnig (Ball. Bttlaaranl: 
Goldnti Lamm}, Junction for Oderberg [It. 48). 

Brancb-liae In 10 mlii. to H'/i M.) ■Eiacniti (ffmiindi-Oiul'iaw), i 
domaii of Prince Uecbtenitcln, with a large cuateau. Ttie vut park, over 

lakes, aad Tatiom aiagle bnildinga, InctudLug ibe 'QreQihalle' on tbe 
bonndarj between AuBlria and JHoraYja^ the ma^niflcentlr decorated orieutsi 
belvedere, 200 f. hteh, the Chineie pavilion, etc. 

, ^,5a>^ll ■'" — -" 

FililbiT), nllb a ehtlean and park of Frioee LiDehieDHein i 1 

■ ■■■ - ■'-- •" ■-ceDleirichsloJo-Hensdorir.wiierer' 

I «■« eoncluded en 2Blb Jolr, 1 
branoh-llne rang to (B>A IIJ Oniubaeh (p 

■IT, where peaee betweou 
end Pra*tlaD3 wal eoncluded en 26tb Jolr, ISflS. — 32H. 

alViM. £ao(p.a8fl), ? ., .. - ,._. 

StlUnderf ip. SBB). 

The line Interserts part ft thaEiBgnib park, and ornasea ibaThogm,. 
tiir ("jiLiirlnry t>filivpenMoriiv!.i mid AeisMh. Coiinlry nat»ad & " " 

^toVimna. GRDSSBACH. <J. Eoute. 2tiO 

lauze abaunilB. On the light risee the UoUled Biuatenbtrg (S55tc.), 
■t the foot of which lies the town of Fetaberg. In the Marehfeid, 
lieyDDd(_20TM.) Jlo/ieiuiu, Ottocu-of B(iheiDip,rDatedtboHungBriBns 
In 12flO, >nd In 1278 niu himself defea,ted and slsin by Undolph of 
Rapaburg. SlO'/a M. Drojinp [RiiL Reetauruiti btMiiJi to Zaltri- 
dor/', 71/1 ^Oi 2i6>/i U- DumliTUl. The hUIa to tbu R. are the 
LiUU Cnrpathiani. Between Durnlirut and (3'22M.) Angera the line 
approaches the March, the boundary between AuBtrla and Hungary. 
At (227 M.) eaniorndorfffluiJ, Eeilauronl) the line to Praaabaig 
dlvergea to the E. (p.^li). Near[236M0 W'ltfram a bloody battle was 
[ouRht between the French and the Austriaus in 1809, ending with 
the retreat of the latter to Znaim. To the right the Leopoldsbetg 
witJi lis c.iBtle, then the Kahlenberg (j>. 7B) became visible. 244 M. 
71orldidort. Above the wooded ielaods of the Danube tke toner of 
SC Stephen's rises in the diatanoe. The train i^rosses the Danube 
by »n iron bridge l/g H. long (with the Franz - Josef S'Br fluke on the 
right, and the Budolfa-BrQcbe on the left) and stopt at the N. 
.Station of C247 M.) Tienaa (p. 1 ). Travellers whose deetination 
Is the Leopotdetadt uiay engage a porter for their luggage, but for 
more distant quarters a uab (p. 1) should be taken. 

^^^ b. Tik OrnHbaoh, 

^■SH. Ka.i.Wi. Id TI/, iV/, bt>. Bame fares as vli. Lnndenb.ifR (p, HBO), 
^^Phim Prague to {16S M.J Brum, see pp. 260-261. — The line 
croaaes IheSchioartava, the 'Noribahn' (see p. 264), and at {leSl/aM.) 
SI.'elil.tbe06raiflo(toOW;to,seep.256). Two funnels. 172VaM. 
fiujiKi-EiSenicfculi (where the Igtama is troased by a long viaduct). 
178 M. AVonuiu, with ■ large nhitean and park of Prlnee Liechten- 
stein on » hill surtDunded by the Roktlna. 

167 M, OnMtbaeii-Mkoitfailtnil.Bataurant; brauch-llnes W. to 
Znaim, p. 268, ami E. to Lundenburg and ZtlUmdorf, see p, 264). 
Near (203 M.) Lm, a small walJed town, the line crosses the Thatja 
(branch'line to Neatiidl-Dmnhali and LundaJiurg, see p. 2C1), — 
210 M. Entmrfof/" (branoli to foysiorf). Beyond (236 M.j ffoffarj- 
dorf, the MarckftU (see above) is traversed to (243 M.) Sladlau 
(junction for Marchegg and Budapat, R, B6). The line crosses the 
Danube by a bridge and Ttadnct '/j M. long, intersects the Frattr, 
orOBSea the Danube Canal to BImmtnng, and [then the Neutiaditr 
Canal, and enters the Slaalt-Bahnhof on the S. side of Vienna (p, 1). 



46, From Prague to Vienna vi& Omund. 

317'/, B. R..i,WA. in B-Si^j Lr.. Sune f.tis 11 Til Drllrm (p. 260). 
iVdput (Fraui-Josef-Bahnhof), see p. 217. A long tunnel car- 
■ ■'- Uain iiilD the Butitieb-T,il. I'/t"- .Vtis/c- Wowifi (branch 
■«■*. *3V3 M.). fi'/i M. Hoilivaf, where the old rhurcb con- 


2bb Routt i5. TABOK. ^^^^^^| 

talus i Madonna Bald to date from 1374. — IT'/l ^- Mnifhowiit, 
with granite works ; 36 M. Oerian-Piiely, whare the Saxatna U i-.rossed. 
32 M. Bcntichau (1196 ft. ; Rail. Restaurant), a small tann with i 
Oothlc church of tha 13th and 14th CBiitaiie«. Branch-line (o Unter- 
Kratowttt (SB'/g M.). 

41 '/jM. Woddiwlth a chateau and a Franeisosn convent ; brancli- 

G6 M. Tatior [1448 ft. ; Nany'i mttl; Rail. Ratavrani), with 
10,700 Inhab., once a BtrODgboId of the Huasites, etands on a bold 
eminence between the iMichnllti and tbe Jotdnnttich. Tbe walls 
erented by ZUka are still pnrtly preserved. In the Ring-Flatz, from 
which radiate eleven streets, stands the Dtnanati-Kirehc, of 1610, 
containing an interesting zinc font (1472). In front of the Cl&or 
Houit (King-Plati 6), with rich Benalasance ortiamentatiou, U on? 
oF the Etone tables at which the Taborites ueed to partake of thu 
Communion In both kinds in the open air. Olose b; la a Stalue oj 
Zitka, by Strachorald (1884). The late-Gothic Ratkatis, finished 
In 1521, beaii the clty-arms in tufa (1515), In a framewock whioh 
Includes statuettes of Ziaka, Procopins, Hnss, and Jerome of PiigTie, 
and a gronp of Adamites. The Mvnicipai Museum, on the upper 
floor, contains many local antiquities, chiefly of the Hussite petiud. 
On the E. side of the town, ontside the Bechloer Tor, lathe pictiir- 
eaque ruined castle of Kotnow; and 41/3 M. to the S.W. is the pic- 
turesqioe ruin of Pfihenle. — Railway from Tabor to Raiitx and 
Jffiou, aee p. 263. 

The line followsthe right bank of the Luschniti. 77M. Sofiiesto, 
with 3800 inhab., has a late-Gothic church of the IGtb century. 

81 M. Wesely (Sail. Ealaurant). junction for BudtBiii (p. 263). 

Fbom Wesslt to luiiu, 68 M., nilway In 3-1 li«. tBV.M. Jfevlumi 
IFridl), a liuqi lown of 93(IU Inhah., wltli a cbltean ot Coant Cieraln (ocd- 
lalnlng taluafjlB archivoa, x eullHttioD or piclurei, and Bdb old rurnllurel, 
and a Gntbii: c]iiir.:li <if ihe IDth taniui?. Branrli to A'nirdn'li CH'/i ».}- 
S5 «. Ihtiiuka, Etalion for ai. Katharinabad, nitli its alkaline aprlngB. W U. 
Ot«--C«riJ««, wlienco a branch-line rons lo JSIgram (MarliDMj, > town of 
1700 Inbab. ^ brg. to tbs V,. of wbleh riiea ibe KfrnuhM- SMSfl., witti 
ils pilgrimaEP-clmrpB), and Im H3'/i M.I T-iiw fase aboTeJ. M M, WiiVi'imi 
(ElIi. Balttunntl. Branch to ZloMiipi (^SM.). SBU. /^bHi (p. S&'«). 

94VaM. miHnsau, a town with 5500 inhab., has a chateau of 
I 15th cent, and a Gothic church of the 14lh (flne eloUteiz). ^ 
U5Vi M. QmCmd. Hence to Vienna, see p. 254. 

46. From Prague to Breidaa. 
a. Tib Hittelwolde. 

2101/^ H. KiiwAT Id 10V,-12b». (fBru %Jl, KJI, 10^ 10 pt.]. 

Pragut. seep. 217. The train starts from the Wofdinot-Batah a/", 

rosses a branch of the Moldan, pusses beneath the viaduct of the 

Staatsbahn (p. 233), and traverses the JamaUm-liutl, To tlw Ml * 

I appear the Maidmi and the trees oii the Bttt-htttl, U the tUMlky 

CHLTJSIETZ, 4S. Route, 267 

tuburl) ot Karollnrnlal snd the ZinlcJuf? (p. 233). — l'/* M. 
Liebea, i suburb ol pMgue, with many fgctoriea. We pass below the 
line to Tumau (p. 270). 3l/j M. Wyjocon,,* pleasnie-reaort miioh 
frequented from Prague. — From (16 M.) CeiakawUi i branch-line 
runs to (6M.) Bnmdtii, a snail town with an old-faBbloiied chateau 
of the Grand-Duke of Tuscany, on the left bink of the Elbe, and 
[lb M.) Ntraiowili. (p. 271], 

22 H. LiMa (Rail. RalamantJ, the Jnnclion for tha line from 
Tetschen to IgUu and Vienna (B. 43), the metala of which our train 
rollowa tifl (31 M.) JVimiufj; to (41 M.) Gtaia-Wouelc (Kai!. Ratati- 
Tint; p 267), where wo dtvarge to the E. — 46'/2 M. LibAowei. 
The line skirts the Zihuntr Teich, » lake 3 M. in length {periodic) 
to (fi2 M.) Ziitlitt and (55 M.) Ohlometi (705 ft. ; Rail. SuIouranC), 
a town of 37U0 tnhab. on the CiiUina, with a chatean of Cooot Kinsky. 
Braneh-llne to (18 M.) Kfinec (see below). 

yiW CHLtMETj TO Ali-P.ka, 85 M., failwij in H/a hr. The Une at 
nm UHDdq IbD valle; af tbe Cldlina. (!Vi U. Scu-Maidaa,; 10>/i H. 
SmirJar (bfuncb lo flocA- ITait/rt i IBVs M. im.ft-inif (Ball. Ksalmrani), 
the iBBdion for nevfral lines (see lielow). — 28 M. Biclnhrad; 39 M. Kfrn- 
fula; as M. AU-Pnta, on Uie Une tmin Patdnl.ili lo Zillan (p. MIOJ. 

Xflmc (branob (n EM^^adr^, lo iHinfriirf Cp. 3lr 

,,. Another brBnch di»er^M to IhB E., IraTBtilBi tl 

leld of July Srd, 1-116, lo Borili, Sadaim, and litnli/griU (p, ^B). 

d PofiSa' 

traversea a fertile plain bounded by low hills. 
T4V<- M. ESniggT&ti tEail. Et.-tauranV, Junction of the Furdabltz 
and Kitiau line, see p. 2b9. Beiiciibing a wide bend round the town, 
the railway then croeses the Elbe at Wifttoirh, and reaches the Adltr, 
(he Yalley of which it foUowa as far ta Senflenberg (see below). — 
SI'/aM. HofcenfiTwfelleBat the foot ot the Wtinterg(Viniac), which 
is crowned by a church with two towers. 

Kl M. Tiniiebt (820 ft. ; flail. lIulavTant). aa old-fashioned 
town on the riKbt bank of the Adler, U the jiinFllon for the line to 
llalh»ta<!l (see'p. 2H8) and of a brani^h-line to (16 M.) Chot'.cn 
(P- 2G0). 

We CO ntinoe to follow the right bank of the Wilde Adler. From 
(91 M.) Caalolowil* a bunch-liiie leads via (f>l/i M.) Keirhin'iu nn 
the h'neSno (Piichwelu), ■ flnely altnated tittle town with s eblteau 
of Count Kolowrat, to (10 M.) Solnitt. — 93'/a M. AiUr-KailtUtt, 
on the Adler, with a chltean and park of Count Kinsky; 9B1/2 M. 
PoUeiutein, pleasantly situated on the Adler, nith a ruined medlievil 
castle. The valley conlractB. The railway follows the wooded ravine 
for some time, but flnally pierces the hill by means of » short tunnel, 
atid,iinltlln(r the river, enters an open and undnlating district. Hefotft 
the tunnel, in the woods above the line to the left, is the ruin of 
Liliu. — lOT/j M. Senflmherg (1360 ft.; Herrcnhaus); the town 
"'""■ ".ah,), with a chSteau of Baron Parish, lies 1 1/, M.lo the N. 
(Ill M.) (h'trffag (11 7:"' ft.; Hail. Restauraiil) a hrnnrb- 


':!68 Route iE. NACnOD. ^^^^^^1 

Una rans to tke S, to (8V2 M.) WiMmicMnfrt (p. 2fi0). Abon( 3 M. 
tp tlia W, lies the rnin of SefcomftoA, wilh due view. The liue 
fotlDwe thQ iDckT vaUej of the £[i^ ^dler. — 124 M. WielkatadU- 
Lixhtenas [1730 ft.) U Uie last Anstiiui stttion. 

To H»HBDDsr, 19 U., nilway in 1 br. — 3 M. OmUcH (1810 ft.). 
Tlie i/ciHen«av i^"^ views), to the £., ia the leut of b Serritc moDutcrj 
wKh B iiilerimaije-cliureh. BranEli to ilihriscl-aMtdbiril (12H,). — IGM. 
MiicAIf. — 19 K. BamnSar/. 

After croBging the watershed between the Elbe end the Oder the 
tratn descends to(129i/2M.)10ttelwftia« (JSaDft.; Bail.Hestnuranl; 
.Sf<m), where tlie train posBea into the cdbItoI of the German railway- 
company (Inggage examined). — The line prooeeda via (140 M.) 
HabeUAKtrit, (1B2V2 M.) Qlatt, anil (106 M.) Camtnt., with * 
m»gniapent clifileiu of Prince Albert of Pmssii, to CJlOt/.jM,) 
BniUui; see Batdcktr't Northtrn Gemiany. 

b, Tifc Halbitodt. 

190 M. UsTLWiT in 3 hrs. |f«re« 31 jT 30, 21 jT, K .« SO pf,). 

From Prague to (67 M.) Tmiidil, see p. 267. Our Une at flrf^t 
runs parallel with the preceding, but crosses it at ftlfairito. — 91 M. 
ISolehoicht. On a hill to tlie left U the village of Jloch-Ai^iti, wiili 
a 12tb cent, cburcl], — 96 M. Opoeno (862 ft, ; Hot. Holob), with 
2^00 liibsb., and a migniflcent cbfitesu and pack of Count Oolloiedo 
(bfiantiful view froio the terrace; In the distance, to the Tight, tbo 
ffoi* JlfenK, 3S60 n.), — 105 M.JV«nW(f[ {1010ft.; fiiedO.anold- 
fasbloned town, picturesquely situated 1 H. to the E. of (lie statioti, 
on » mountain-spur washed liy the Mtltav. — To the left, as we 
proceed, lies the plain of SkalUc, known from the war of 1^68. — 
105 M. WaueUbtrg (Rail. ReEtanrant; branr'h to Starhottch, p. 369). 
Close to the station is the Wnucl4-K'apeU<,wit.h amilitarymonntDent. 

109M. KB,iilii>d(1130 ft.; SLaU-Bestaurant; 8onnt ; I^imnj, a 
town of 10,000 iuhab. The high-lying obsteau of the Prince of Lippe- 
Schanmbuig has a collection at hietoiical paintings. The I^usdsns 
under St cinnelz defeated the Anstrians twice near Naehad(Jooe27th 
and 2Stb, 1866); the battlefleld is marked by monamenls. 

We now traverse the smiliag Melian-Tal. To the right are the 
email baths of Bilowts, with chalybeate ipcLngs. — 1131/: M. 
BranntB (1200 ft. ; lUthaus), a quaint little town on the Mettau, 
Mith ebslybuate springs. — II6V2 M. PoUU, 3 M. from the little town 
of Fotits (Fohl], piciaresqnely situMed at the foot of the Falhm- 
Qtbirgt. — 123 M. Wecksbdorf (1520 Q. : "Sail. Sat'ivranl). 

Ahgut 2 H. ID the N.-W. of WecHelidurr (omsibU)) 1I< the *W«ikd<- 

iortw FelwB t Eiuniamiicr , R. IVi Jl: FiUa\tiadl) , a remarkable clinos 

' eariOBiilT ibaped aiid Hssiireil llmutanB mrki, well wortli a viiit. 11 

BdJalBuL 09 the W, by tbe almllBr 'Uanbanhsr raliu (HOI. rettHt- 

iA>. For deicTlpUoD, >ee fiudHtn-'j SeTOitra Ua-mmig. 

12B M. Balbttadt (*RaU. Batawant) is the latt AsitriM M 
(luggage eunuoBd). 


*7. Roul,. 2(j9 

M., rillivaj iu 1 lir. — 3', 
■4; LtO! Jmavh), . l(,«u 

tier, - 15 M. afiird,it.„i, , 

Boyond Halbetadt (he PruBsian fcontleT Ib crossed. The line 
r.Hceds viS. (146 M.) SuMrunn, a ftoquented 'bsttimg-rBsort with. ' 
line and DlkalinQ eprtnge, and (154 M.) Frtibvrg (station Tor die 
|.!,HireBqiiefVirJlm«(ein«rGrEinrf)to(190M.)B«i(ati, aeoBoedefttr'a 
\ orthern Otmvmy. 

47. Ftom Fardubitz to Zittau. 

inn. lU.LWJriii 8 bn. 
Par(2u6ifi, EDe p. 260, 9aon after lEaving thi: eUtion tlie train 
■crosses the Elbe, tutvigalile here for rafta only. The country is flat, 
■noQOtanmis, and thinly peopled. Stations: KoKitt (with the rnlu of ' 
Kunilili on the riEht, P- 260), BUbtoiea, OpalenciU. 

lHjl M. Eoniggr&tE (760 ft.; Bail. ICtitawant; Granil B6til; 
Schcana Rom; SfefJbur; pop. 9800], amanufauturing town, I'/jM. 
to the E. of the alstion (omn. 40 «.), at the conflneiice of the Elba 
End the Adltr. The Gothio «athedrat of the Doly Qhost, founded 
in 1302, has a line ciliDrium of 1192. The Mtiiiici|ial Mnseuin 
coDtalnB reminiBoeocea of 186B, — To Piagoe or Biealau see H. 46a, 
Braneli-lifie yU Sadowa (see below) to Wottrom^ (p. 267). 

TbB blUy eiannd tu Om I4.W. of KOnlcgriili, beWcEn llie Buirilt and 
lbs Elbn, li memorable u Ibe tccne ol mil iittle sf Kesiggrltii ur Badona, 
roDBliI un 3rd July, 136B, beIw?<:D tbe Aiutrians and Pnualam, In which 
t1>a fbrmer nets totallv dehoted. The AuitFJuo forces cammaoded b; 
Itt'nelek occupied a atrong ilxlcuivD I'Osilion on Ibc ground riHine Bradaall; 
[rnin the BletritE, trom which It was Kbe objaoi of Ibe PrnsalBna to dfi- 
riiU tn B«fili Csnd JUin) pB»set 
□, Ickdlng vU Whtlar Eind Boi- 

- . t highroad fi 
arlj through the conlM of 
Hli Id (8 H.) ifro C/l hr. hi 

, IVi M. farther on. The battle began eflrlj, 
ided. The Prnislaoi malalained with ereal 

e fortune of the daj wai nt Iwl 

Mjgt the iliiiiiltaneong advance of the whole Pruulan 
arm;, ana oe^ao a retreat, which at pUtei degenerated inlo a wild ruul. 
Nomeroiti PrDuian. Agstliao, and Saiua moDumanta baiH been eregled 

The country now be conss more fertile. 21 M. 5ml^if>. — lb M. 
JoHtltadt (840 ft.; RaU. KiKourani; Vttsely's Holef), a town of 
6100 Inhab. on the left bank of (lie Elbe, ll/jM. from the Tulway, 
vaa a fortress down to 1890. 

n 2-3 hre. Thl> line 

an«li tbTeral rallayi (aniDue almee the war ol mti. Station. 

... From Blartolitk a braoch-lloa dlvargia lo WttatMrsip 

B ParirAmti anulher la Atl-Fata (p. 2701. Prussia in onlsred a 
.,. ...._..,._ -__ ... , ^...^ Lidaa Ir "- -■ - -- " 


270 Route il. TUENAU. -*Vom /'ofduiB* 

Tutlier OQ we obsi>rvti tbe aiasll tovtu of Jarom^ to the riglil, 
I beyood the Etbe. Tlio train pusses ibrongfa satem! cuttiiige and 
iteil Ibe glassy valley of the Elbe. To tbe E. and N., in thi 
iBtanne, rise the GUtz and Giant Mts. — 30 M. aeUtotttn-KukM 
3JI/2 M. EemgiDliDf (J115ft,; Deutscha Hau»); 
(10,900 inhab.) lies I'/j M. off, on tbe leet bank at tbe Elbe. Tbe 
'Koniginhof ManusoripC, containing tr»gmenta of old Oieebigb 
national songe, found berein 1817 by W. UunkaOiuw in the BabemUii 
Muaeum at Plague], is a Torgery. 

Tbe line eotcra n wooded region. 421/2 M. Maitig (14B3 U 
wlthbatbE,lhi.totlieS.ofwhiahiiseiths8u)fnn(;!2^11t't.; view., 
the Qisnt Mti.), BetweenMastIg and (ISM.) Faipendar/{1614 11 , 

I Bail. Restiiurant; goad view of tbe Giant Mta.), tbe line leachp^ v 
eulminallng point, on ilie plateau of Boi-oioitt (1707 ft.). The r, ■. 
lienco to the email town und ruined lUEtleafPecJlta.iYjM. to tht - 
lends by tbe village of Slu/ma, near 'which is a petiided (ore^i, 
Intereeting to geologlBts. 
The train enteit the narrow WoUicIdia-Tal. — 53VxU. Alt- 
y»te-C1360 ft. i Hail. ReitauTimt). To Cftiumeli, siie p. 267. 

r (aflOO'inhib.Vwith a HchloM II 

Eit^/'be"-''^'- ■*-■ 


ta M.) HoSmiUx, prctHLv Blmated un the Elbo, at the fool d£ Iha 1 
ot Ihe Oiaot Ills. - 31 M. TrButonan (13S4 ft.-, UniM; IVauMEBit: 
13,T00|, n luwn on ths Aupa, and oeotre of lbs Bohemika linen inaui 
TtaB bana fonebl beru on 3Tlh sad 28tb June. 1SB8. ars cumR.emDrat 
iLn obellBk on iLe OablmiMhl (1007 R.) 

! ON hllh it 

at ... __._ 

SDoh-line to fWnie<l, 1 

FaOM TtunTBBic to JoHimuiBiD. Train op tbe raljojf ot Iha 4M 
to (S K.) FrcUuU ta il) min.; dlli^ance thence in 1/^tar. to JohisiiidU 

(81"'). Chnrming envirana; t'lio iod.V (i br,1,'t'ho Elmut (1 hr.), Ibo 
ficStlft!rU-j(f!»te fi, hr.l, ett. Bee BaiditeTt yarAtm Bcrinant. 

Se«eMl lofty liaducU. 64 M. Simil, near the maaofacturiiig 
Tillage of hertal. — We enter the loniantlc valley of llie Ikt. 
Fotii tunnela. — 66 M. Eiatnbrod [junction foe Tatmvild and 
Reinhtnbtrg), beyond which, on tbe right, is the wothmBn'B colony 
of Neu-SambUTg. Then the LliehncI Tunnf.t, '/» M. long. Tbe 
sneneiy between this point and Turnau is tbe tLaesl on tbe line; 
beautifnl -wooded and rooky landscapes. 72 M. KUin-Sknt (880 ft.]. 

An inteTwIing ronle lesdt from Klein-Skil te (2b».) RticlHrnia (ace 
p. STlj, psulng Ibg 'Fitm-pimtStBa' fon a bold roek on Iba riebl bank 
uf lbs Iser, cealajxuns niemorioli of Au>trii,a celebTiUea} had tbB rula ot 
rriiditila, and crouiug ll.e Kepainbcr^ pl49 ft. i -Viaw). 

n^j-i M, Xonian (650 ft.; Bait. Rtalauranl; Grand JlSlel; 
Krottprint, In tbe town. 1 M. from Ibe atatlon), a pleasant lt)"i> 
(pop. 6200] on a bill on the left bank of the Iser, commandeil by t ii 
modem Gothic JHofienftircfte. Thebydropatbieof H'arlenii(f¥,2i, ■ ■>! 
to tbe S., il a health-resoTt. In the vicinity are the ruiu of W^i-i 
tteln (1276 ft) and tho ohileau and park ol Qroii-B " 


:jii!],n|ipoill8)i _ . „ 

.i.i lull junipers, pul tbe Feleenki 
FeliDDitadt, tu Walditein, Ihs iDcei 

Fbom TCBKAO TO PatouB.M'/iH., railway in2i/:hrl. — 9ViM. MamheB- 
grlti (BUI (V i Sailmn, BoUli pnp. 3T0O), un Ihe lur, near which Priou 
I' ri^di^Tlck Olmrlse of Pruula defetled the Auitrims and Ssxoni on 28tli 
June, laae. WinenBteln (BBop. 241) in inlerrBd in Ihn cbupeL of Ilie ahuleiia 
b^re. atitlons; Aatgc (p. aaB), /iiivbimiliili {p. SMI, Euttnlal, Viitat- 
'T.itrr (p. 2561, NtralmHlt {bnuich fai AroJuji, p. 233, and to Celak^vUi, 
|.. 2BT), ffV.D/aii. 611/, Dt. Pnt<a, ■« p. 217. 

I'he tcniii HDW BDteis a Bmiling aad voU-cultiiated district. A 

tone tunneL SQI/g M. SfcAroiD (1096 ft.), witb a QOblD Chilean and 

pullt of Prince Koh»n. We oioas the yallay of the Mohelka hy a 

viridavt, 130 rds. long. 901/^ M. ReUltinau, a busy glass -luaking 

[■Uce. (Route oiet Che Kojiainberg to KUin-Slial, p. 270.) The 

Iiue ascends in ■ long bend to (94 M.) Langaibniek (1620 ft.), on 

J the naleiahed between tlie Iser aiid tbe Ntiiie, and deicends to — 

I 100 M. Beielienbarg (1220ft.; 'Goldner Lowe; Central-mttl; 

Rdetienberger Hof; Rail, ficilfiurunt,- AmeTlcin Consal, Silaa C. 

MeFariand; pop. 34,200), witb largo do tb-fac tor lea, a haudaoine 

nen Ratbavs, and tbe cbatcaii and par^ of Count Clam-Gallu. The 

•JVorlfc Bofcemfim Industrial Muteum (daily, oirepl Wed. & Frid., 

10-1 and 2-4, 40 A. -. Sun. 9-12, ID h.) conUins extensive collectLoiiJS 

of »ft-inda«tri»l objeota {fnrnltnte, carvlnga, teitilo ptodncts, 

pottery, glaa*, metal- work, etr.), a library, and a collection of pstterna. 

In tbe KaiBBipaik U a bronze bngt ol Emp. Juscpb II,, by Brenek. 

Pretty views from the Stlltberg, Btinriehihohe, and other points. 

I The 'Jeifhktn (3314 ft.; 2'/j hia.) cooimands a splendid panorama. 

To SaiDEBsaao, 38 M., railway Id IV. br. 8 M. ^ta.ied.l, Willi a dear- 

■ a-k of Count Olam-Qallaij 101/, m. Saipuuiu LiibuirJa. Branch to Wiiu- 

r * (i'/j *r,J tin llalada^, slalion fur the nrnliy waterine-placB of HiO- 

rtia (Korbam; Adlar), at the fool of Ihe T^fH/lMi (3K1 B.). - 10 M. 

.',isdla>id(Adlor],wllb ajraod and boldly-iltaalsd SoUuss of CuuBl Clam- 

. .ilia?, once the laal of Wallaaitein. Dnke of Frledland, cuntaining many 

i^7B«d.*w''j"y"«4'™''o!r™J!°''''''''°*' '^'"'*'''*"' ""'*"•■ •"'!="■'*"■ 

Pretty scenery ; to tbe left, tbe JeiMtn (see above). At (1 12 M.) 

Grottau we oroas tbe Prussian ftontier. Numerous viadurts, the last 

rA which Is the great *Ncittt Viadwt at 34 arches, 950 yda. long nnd 

117 M. Zlttan, see Baedektr'i Nartham Qermatiy. 



48. From Viexina to BrnQau. 

2K4 II. I:ailwat in 9-14 hrs. C^sqji'eflR ti> (Idorberp; in 5^/4 hrs.; thence 
to Br(>slnu in 4 hrs.) Fam; 34 UT 40, 22 UT 80, 18 UT 60 pf.: express 44 UT 40, 
'2SiJf SO, ilJt 80 pf. 

To (T)l M.) lAtndenburg (Bail. licBtaurant), sec p. 264. TLo Hue 
li(irc divercres to the rieht from the Brimn railway. — 65 M. Gbdinp 
(Kail. IlestauTant). a thrivinpr town (10,20()iiihah.)with au old raatlc, 
on the March, which hecomsB navicahlo here (branch-lines S.E. to 
Holies, Bee p. 322 ; W. to Saitz, see p. 264). — 69^2 M. Bohatetz (bxanch 
to StroHitnUs,, p. 264); ll^/ntL Biaet^-Piaek (Bail. BeBtamant ; 
hranch to Bwftna, sei^ p. 264); 8f> M. TJnpariach - Hradiach (lUil, 
KeBtauraut'), on the March, once fortified (junotion for Kunowitt, 
see p. 2(>4). Beyond (93 M.) Napagedl the March is crossed. — 
9(; M. Otrokowitz (branch to Wieaowits, 151/2 M.). IO41/2M. HuUm 
(Bail. Bestaurant). 

A hranch-line runF hence to the W. to (lO'^K.l Krmimer (14,000 intaab.). 
to (21 M.) ZhorowUz^ and to (lOVs M.) £JoJetan (p. 2B3); another branch raj^ 
to the E. viu (27 M.) Wallachucb-ifeurittdi, (28V2 U.) Ereuna (p. 273), (SB U.l 
Jlotzendorf (for Nentitschein and Zauchtl. see p. 278), and (41 M.) Wemadorf 
(J). 273) to (m M.) Friedci-Mistek and (76 M.) Tesehm (p. 3o4). 

lloV's M. Prvnn (696 ft. : *IiaU. lieatawrant- Hot. Ftmm, op- 
posite the station), a town of 16,700 inhab. on the BeeswOj with 
au ancient castle once occupied by King Matthew C^orvinuB, and a 

Gothic BatliauB (Junction for NezamialUz and Brunn, p. 264). 

Fbom PKEHAr TO Olultz, J4 K., railway in 35 min. , traversin^c the 
fertile difltrict of Eanna. Btat. Bredek. 

Ohnttts {H6UI Lauer; Goliath; Edtel Austria; E&tel Pittaak; HUtl 
Bcfwach; electric tramway from station t(» town; cah 1 A'. 40 A. or 2 A'., 
at nipht 2 or SJT.: pop. 2i,9(X), incl. {larriHou of 3B00 men), s^ H. frcmi 
from the stati(m, the Rceond town in Moravia, and u Ettrong forfareas down 
to 1894. In the Thirty TesrB' War it was taken by the Bwedes, and in 
175S was unsuRcesflfully besieged for seven weeks bv Frederick the Great. 
In the Ober-Rin;;, with its tall ^Trinity (Column' (1742) and a hrome statue 
of Emp. Francis .loseph, by Bronek (18$)6), are the Ratfums nf the 15th cent. 
(With a fine £. portal, an astronomical clock, and a Qoihic chapel, ni)w 
('.(intuinin;: a collection of cnina), and the n*iatre. In the UanriuuS'-PIatE 
iirv the Gothic Mauritnu-Kirche (15th cnnt.) and the modem school*build- 
in^rs, cont:iinin{r the Gewerbe - MttMeum. In the Franz -Joseph -Flats is th(- 
Studieit-BiJblio^ek (the library of the old university, which was suppre8:*i'd 
in 1858). The line Gothic Caihsdral of the Prince Bishop was built in 
1107-31 and restored in 18S8-86. A tablet commemorates King Wence.s- 
lauB III., who was aflRa.<isinatcd here in 1806 and ia interred in the oathe.Arul. 
To thf 8.W. of the town is the pleasant ^todl-Porib, with Gafe-Beataiirani. 

From Olmiitz to Eolienstadt and bUhmiscIt-TriUtau^ see p. 260; to J^rAm, 
see p. 264. 

From OiMvm. to .IIggkndoui, 57 M., railway in 2-3 hrs. Tin- train 
crosses the F9i»triU several times. 4 H. €hroM-Wi»UrmUz ^ at tli«^ foot of 
the Budoton; to the left, Bailiffenberp^ on the hill, with a pilgrimafic 
f.hurch; 9V:: 1^ Bomhok. The vulley now contxacta^ iS^/s U. ftroamoMaer. 
Four tunnels. 21 11. Dotmtadil^ pictur«tquely situated, where the Austriuns 
ru])tured the Itaggi^e of Frederick the Great In 1756, and thus made him 
raise the siege of OUnuts. 25^^ U. Bitm-Andtndorf (Sail. Hcstaurant), 
with large linen and cotton factories. Branch to Sof (9i/»1i.), in Uorsvia. 
Iteyond (31 K.) IHUendorf the railway crosses the watershed Itctweeu the 
llarch and the Oder. STi/zH. Eriagtdorf (J^Jail. Bestaurant; branch to RUmur- 
stadt). To the li-tt rise the AUwttr (4880 ft.) and the Vaterberg (4480 ft.). 

TSnUJ, prsttil; iKutBd, 1 

Tbo Hue crossBs the Becsmi. To tlia E. of (124 M.) Ltijmik, ■ 
luinufacturing town (pop, 59001 with old watch -to werii, rJEos the 
I .' M.) dUspidited SeUan Hel/imslejn, the property nf PiinceDletriilt- I 
ii'ln. The valleyottbe Beczv»isfertile>ndpictuieBque. Cuttings I 
::ihiinkinent!, uid tlsdurls abound. The high ^ound ■t(13Vtl'-/ I 
\ir,hrarh-WeisakiTclitn (910 rt.; Rail. JlsEtaDruil} Ie the bonndary I 
liDlween Moravia and AuMrian Silesia, and the wateiahed between I 
llie Block Set atid the Baltic. 

Faoii WsiB.KriKinEic to Wbkiii', Z^'h M., raiiwav in 3 hn. — 
Krnma Ip. TV); bianch-lmi^ to lift X.) Bohian (131.1 tl.: BeM £ 
l-ntffiT fluted lilt) e town in -Vonvtan WdadHa', a bultb-RH 

iroi.rtia(*-*(«iTlr [p. 2731. — 'ffi'/zM. W.afi. 

136H. PoU (Kail. Restanrajit]. — The train now entaiE the 
li~irirl of the Oder. The Little Carpathians form the backgroand 
:" ibo E. 145 M. Zmiehtl, Junction for FUlnek and BautKlt. 

po Mnoiii 

•rigbt V« hr. ( 

4 tbe 

dnfi, >i 

i., ii a iplendld point of li 
itom ȣicb Ibe CBtiie chi 

B lll,PaU in 

■ fl6Mn,). - A brancL-line runs bBcoe in iO luin. tu (1 H,} 
nMi«t«tr/(p. 2T2). 

15S H. Staudlnf (Rail. OeBtanrant). A brinrh-iine rons hoofc 
10 Fem(dor/"(i6 M.; p. 275), -^k Btramberg, a picturBBque little 
lown, neai the eaye of A'oIoim, noted fot ita peliif actions. — At 
1 163 M.) Seh&nbrnjm f^£alt. Bialauroni; the vallej of tbe Oder 


SileMa, and 

■WJKT, 36 »., rtilwaj in Sliri. — ISU. Tnmpikii itlBmiidur 
rHSin>r.-jrrDn>,-pap.2e,nXtl, unthe Oppa, capiUI of Angtriap 
iMiine-plaM of the Caafniat of ISSO, wblcb wai aftomFda 
..aibu^ (p. ISU). ThtSaUrr Frami-Jtia»-MvtiaimltAB>.aA.1 
idnitrial coUMllonii, niu, andpicHina. Brar-"- "— — ""- > 


.'• (lie Oppa, thi 

islu gileila, rii XdBouMi (witii tb 

A Swrpbtrg IwiQi liv pn^ma^e-dinreh). 

it SrtuUabmv o> *!>" 
SaV> K' ttfrmlatt 

. . . ,nr(.l«r;aw*»B<il€i-ipop.ii,3(10),»Uirii.ini 
cIotb-hdaiieL Thia Ei Ihc JuBFllon nf tbt Uaal 

_„ _. Ttlal aal ObnHi Ig. 3J2)-, V.B. to Z.w*Kit«li and 

V (p. ITDi and H.W. Id £«>wMi, Jfiiui, ud firii« (p. 3TI|. 
Neat (166Vs M.) JtfoAriMl^Oflrau, a thriving indnstdaJ 
30,100 iabtb., tha (Mer is crossed. In the vicinity are large coal- 
pit* a»d the IroD-worlu of Witiowitt. Branch-line to (14 M.] 

17I</,M. Odarberg ('Sail. Britauraal, 11. 3-4 SX tho Aotl 
"~*"*t-WWB, junction of the lines to Cracow (II. 49) and "^^ 
b EdiUoD. IB 

274 Route 48, ODERBERG. 

(R. 63). Luggage examined here (iu both diiectione). — The trail 
proceeds yik (187 M.) Ratibor, (233 M.) Oppdn, and (258 M.) BfUg 
to (284 M.) Brealau, see Baedekers Northern Oermany, 


49. From Vienna to Cracow 5 

Frcim Oiwi«clin to Cranow ili tiksivius, :iT6. — SiH-mlnu 
III Wlelicika. From Crucow to Kocmjriuw, SffJ. 

&0. From CrMOW to Lemberg and Ciernowilz 283 

From LemberElDLBwaesnciloOdeisB, 289. — ViomO^er- 
nuH'lt. to Huchiresl, 286. 

M. From StinUlan to Dzlcditz ili. Stcyj, Nen-Zagorz, and 
SaybDscb 3 

n, IheH.E. prDTlnc 

.Odj out of B popal&tlon uf T>/< ml]<raDi),~t( 

They dlRsr in ItaeLr dnsK tnd the mode of veKring tbeli 
tber Inbulitutt. vho deapiie tbem bnt we flnnncitllj 

Slavonic, ibnul 3,&0D,U0D vo FoDi, n 
GallcU, ud !^,000 are RnMn'tdni, 
ii tba oFOBial and Uib literal; liinE< 
IlalbeDlwi«(RD«iiiUiif,S,uiiiniak9i dlf 
gnafb, ia mliEloii, and In poUtlcnl viei 

1786, and anittd witli Auitiia. ITDllka UallDia, II la bll 
and aliu dUTani gnady from It etbnngrtphlu]^;. Tbe Id) 
790,000) are ohleD; Batbenlant, BoumBalani, ODriniini, 
-'--' ■"' a poUtieal admlilllritlon la quite ssparetf 

:!allcia, Kid tbo alBolal li 

', Lamhei¥, einiaftl, Tsrt 

f for 

a Pollah regli.. _ .__ .__ ... 

underslood bj all tLg cultured inlia1illan(.>, und alio by lunkeepera, 
iMtf. rallwaT gtrrrnDtt, tie. For ■ HIT 1D parts of Oallcfa (wny from 
: Tan<r», bowevec, U laaat ■ anperBciiil knDwled^a oC Pollab ii t>f great 
"lilt. — the C0D9i>aaDla are pronounced u follDlra: c = t>i s be^>ra 
Uh (llhs B lo Italiani comp. citl^h da and dl = di; 
■t ^ttnral aoundi llihe Ihe Spaolib ih 3 = T1 ' = 'H 

^* !aU 

K Ud t 

= lofi a , 


lU alu; « = oo. The 
le fallnwbig; ^ofpoifa, 
liFei utlonta, elais; 

, — favit, carriage^ IroA^ hotaei ortncitAttt^ b 
imlugaci, porler. — Uroaa, ronfl; jmort, bridBa; ofriii, 6»tden 
IreoifoJ', wODdi (qio, raendow ; fftfra, mDimtafn; iolian, vidlej; Sei.. , 
poftit. atream; ri8*u, rfvoii Jaitra, lake. — Jimu, morningi <ijsny'd| 
iio(iii1bi», nocHi IP<ecl*^ availing; "k, night. ^ i^i, Mr, ui eentlt— " 
- jmii, Mrs. or Udji miteignia, mm; dtlaiiti; ohUd. — SlemUem, Bei 
^jiM, PolUhi OHi(r»flc*', Aaslrlsni irjiriirtft, Hungaiiiui.— H-ftlW, 1 

}id«tKi, lB« 1, pnttoiBl' (adv. j»B(tH), Blow; jifdH («d*. jjTfiUa), qid 

gondj ih, tad; la dmifo, t 

. - , , ' ri]ihlf.p6l, btit; cBly, qi 

araviif, red; iiWMW,blu8i Mofcwbltsi ciomji, blBOk;if(iiHi|i, g _. 
BeQi, bdl]'; ifltron'onii, foibiddrn; ji«, Is; ma, liu; itiitiiji, tbB\ltm 
—; pleajB, ^ i-lZ; jedso, ilua, ir», m;*!^, v<ti, irtii, «f"' — 

' ' ' ■ jdiaaieit. dviauueUi IB. p*((Hnfc(«.- 30, tf 

,' lOCn, ivihlc. — NitiHila, Smidii;i paiieinant, mn 
imia, Wcdiiijidsr; asnrtik, Tliui^dsyi pinltk, V 

19. From Vienna to Cracow. 

(Kaiilr-FerdiwnMll-«frdbaT.n) in 6>/(-llVi Hn. ^ 

Y in 9V< Urn.lL hi 
f. 60, 16 X. MA.i 

._, , jiprtM is if. 40, 99 iT. e 

iU £. BO A., 11 £. 

From Vienna to [171 l/j M.) Odertwp, aee R. 18. Thfl 11 
OrsGUW taut to the E., iioar tlie Prussian frontier. Gountrjr uninfl 
eating. — 180 M, Pelrciwitt (branch-line to Karwm, p. 36*5.7 
3D3M. Dsiedtls (jiinaaon of the Qnlklan 'TranBtersU' Line, B, A 
I'liH Diala 1b erosneii to (216 M.) 0ifu>jfcjm (junotioii loT .S<uU 
and Coiti'SandTtm-BTCalmi). 

FunH OiwipciH lo OiliOOH- viJ SltiiriHi, «V>M., ibHwi 

tyUropxifi, see p. 388. — 30'/i MouVna (Rill. IlesUur.-'nt), ilc 
U. J-ldgOTCfBimarJa (R:^. Butaniant), sra p. 3S9. — dUVi M. 
J'oilf»K-I1aaliic(R!i.iL&eattaiB.Bt),iap.3Sa. — ta'/,li.Craaia,-- ' ' 

IB tbe Vistula. 329 M. CftMontfio (bnnch-linea to Bolccm 
and Jairorino). — 235M. IVMiiiHo(p.288). — 240M. Knatcnoke 
{(126 ft, ,- Bail. Beatauranl), with a chitaau of Count PotocSi. 

256'/2 M. Ctb«OW. — KAllwar Staitliina. Tlis Cmlral Slailen, In tlic 
LiiblciSlr. (PI. C, 1, 3; -Rsslauranl), for bolh (he Nordbabn and tbn 
Auilrlan State ItallwST, ii the only station of Importance for most trav- 
ellers. The, Kordbahn has a sabaidiary eialion In tba Zwier>ynIecV> 
(Fl. A, 1) and the Blale Ballway one In the luburb of Fode6nB (p. 383). 
Bstala. Qhahd Udiel (PI. ai B, S], Stiwkatr«k& G. in Iba old Car- 
iryskl Palaoo, B. ham S, omnibui 1 IT.) •IIStel i.i Bun <F1. ci B, S), 
.. ._.___.,.. « . .... ___, .,.___ . ., . u^j, J,,,, _ H^„ 

idika-Blr., K. 2-1 £„ 

Slawkflwaha 3, with reilanraDi 


well npokeu oli Hcitai. Da Dbkhde (F1. bi B, 3), Kfng-Plkui uutki. 
CmMAt (PI. I| O, 3), BMitowa-Sir-t Hiiai di t'EDaora (PI. gi O, 8), 
appuiita the Central Bfalion I Elua (F1. h; B, 4), St. QiiFtrud.Str.; Fdluh 

L SipllaJna Sir. SOi H«i. Ckiootu [PI. d; B, 3^ in tlio 
■'---t, FlDrtan-Slr. li ffl. k, B, B). . 

at. Mary-,. 



, How.. 277 


innli al 1 

Ibe hots 

and A-Ifm,J 

;, in tbo Ring- 

Hi Uadianf. Lul 


flUlioai , 


biillED-Okrten. — 

Oaf«a. Jai 

'ilowlM, HlDB- 

.U, &[ tl 

tt. comer 

^i^iep^nika; SiJ«l 

:. KniE-Fla 

U 14; Behtatil, 


F, snJ S> 

iBH'.k^-Btr. (PJ, A, 3)i irn>iUV«. 

.M, Anna-Sir. a. 


;iiwn80A, irilb Un 

, 40 '.., Willi or 


40 or 60, l/,br. 80) 

1. or 1 K., ' 

iiir. Ik. ton. 

'a™.-, b 

d > 1»U 19 

I Tramwi 

lie Conl'na 8tt.l!0D 

CPl. 0, a, 8) to IbB Wbji- I 

lOBl'ph B 

ridBBlPl. C, 6)i fro 

m [b= Uloe 

a^Slr. {PI. D, 1) 

;lis Niir. 

il.abn .iih» 

atioDffl. A,4)ifru 

■m the Ftani 

sJoiapb Bridge 

. ", fl) 

»k (b^yoiKl PI A, 

I) J from 

lh° Eine-FlAt> 

. r: 3/ 


:hBToS.d PI. A. 8),' 

raro iO-15 ft 


al Ki, <:ei 


. 10 tPl. B, *); il" 

Id IhB fliW. CrDcortj and 

-B, C, 

ndX™ig.»ph, c. 

inter of Zolejown 

-8tr. B..d ■ 




m-OarUn, I.qbic«-Blr., beyonc 

1 tbs rail way- 

lion (PI. 

D, 2)1 J^f, 


^r* (bejoBd PI. A, f 

Flirt (PI. A, 1), 

Ihe V. • 

ind or lbs 


,icki CPl. A. a). 


u. S/ad(-r*M(n-, 

Sipiialna (P!. 0, 3 

i p. 281)1 Ofm-airTh«-lrt I 

tbB Crai 

[aea libo 


1 (for TiB 

it of 0118 day). 'CMlied™!, -Obu 

J^h^r^St^Ma^j 1 

ifl of 11 

10 0I.I Uoi 

wslk thmtieh tbB gardBBS to tl 


C'riTOw (705 It.), Pol. ffiraWiB, Oct. ffrafcau, Bitusteii in nn ei- 
teiiaiva plain at the conflnenes of th« Rudoivn and tlie Vislula (Pol. 
mHai Qa. Wtl£hiet), onoe (1320-lBlO) tlia napiUl of Poland, ig 
now an AiiBtHin fortress of tlio flr^t class, with n po|i. of 91,300 
{oue-fonrtii Jews), ind. a garrison of 6000 men. Tho thiirchea anii 
towers, the lofty Scliloaa, and t1ie pleaeant promenades planted with 
trees (PlaMy), on the gite of the old fottiflcntlons, round the inner 
town, ptodoce an Imposing elTeet. 

Crtume, ta Importut epltcopal leal u urly as llie lllb. csnt,, wai 
deslroyed b; IfaB MoneoliaDi In 1341, bat was rebulll by tji^rinaii uilouliti 
In liaT. Id 139) it wae choiien by Ladislaui Lokietek as Ibe caroniitluu 
liiHQ nnd HMidcnce of Iha Pollsb klngji. The favnurable ponilion of lUe 
town, lia adhulon 10 lbs HanseMlc Letgnc, aod the foundation of tbi 
UntvEMitir by Ctainlr Ibe OnU in ISU, nil cnnttibuled In tbe piOBreu 
of Cracow, wbicb rcuhed tbe leniUi of Its proipDiity in Uie I6tb KEstury. 
The period of decline beEan with the tranircrenee of the rnyal residence 
In Wanaw in 1610 and with Ihe worlike conmoUou of tbe ITtb oenl., 
bnt until 1734 lite Poliah klnii coDtlnucii to be crowned and buried al 
Cracow. In the Gnal partition of Poland (HilS] Cracow fell (o Auitria. In 
ISIn II became Ilie cipltal of a imall InAependcnt stale, bat II was again 
Boncied by Anslria >f er the iDaurrcclion of 1S46. Cracow, buweter, baa 
never loal JU Ihorongbly Polish cbatacler. 

Nui the centre of tbe old town li the BtMo-PLATz (Pi. B, il}, 
with tbe chnich of St. Mary and tbe TuehJuue. 

*8t. Mar;'! (PI. B, 3) Is a Gothli; basilica without transept, and 
with long choir. Foondad In 1223, rebuilt In the Utb cent., and 
provided with a series of cbapels in tlie 16lh and llith cent.. It was 
nnoMd in 1ti89-9:t and richly painted from designs b; Maltjio 
The N. tower, wilh a modem cap siirronnded hy lli 
ireta, Is the highest (266 ft.) in the town. 


cow. Dnmlniean Chure%^^ 

I .tli>^"olSeci''of "I'nlecMt'ii Se "hnga •Slgh-Allar, tbs mMluTlecB of VM 
Bim. uBcuUd in 1477-89, kcedU^ well reatored, with Flub piiiiiting uiil 
eildiug (aprn on bieb fcgtirilei al otber limes, fee OA'.). It la mdoned 
m Uie mlddls wilb ■ Dwtb of Itie Vicsin, sboie which ars li>e AEiampUoo 
nnd the CotouTIod dT tbe Virglni un Ui« aldee uc 18 lurgs reliris from 
Ibe Life d( Chrltl. Tlie churcli conUina Domecoui ■umptaoua tomt» of Ibe 
16-l7tb ccDt., nnd leTflnil bruaei. Id the cbipel of El. John ara Qie 
•Bisu DfFelBiBiiomDn (A. 150DI, bj Ptin- KiicAfr, nad thoit of ScTerJiiiii 
Boner [d. 10191 and his nifo. At tbe trlumnbil arcU is s eolo'iiil crueilil 
of lUe earl; IBlb cenlurT- To Ihe B. of it. it lbs enlrADco lo Iba choir, li 
M altar by Jfaira (escly J6tb ceolO- The rioli veitmenU «id cuitlr eknroh- 

lliBliirgebuildingnculyappoaitejin thaoeotTBof theRiag-Pl*tl, 
U Che InclilianB CI'ol. Sukiimniet; PI. B, 3), or ctoth'boU, bepioln 
the I4th cent. Tinder Gaaimlt' the Orsnt, altered by Uoaca of Pidiu 
In the 16th cent., and largely rebuilt In 1876-79. On the gtoimd- 
Iloor ia s vanlted corridor with nameioDS shops and stalls. 

Ob the flnt floor (cotrnnee opposf" "- "-■■—^- " - 



left, la the Poiiiii Niriosii, HuaxtiB 


ally, ll-8uTl< 

iO *.), 

ictnrea b; Ifatejio (RaEtciaako at Rarlawioe in 1761, vii 

■■ done 

lo Alberi of BrandanbnrK la ISSB) 


™^, aroUgr [Ulbiiaala, in ala «rto 




paiDtinga bj Polish and Kuihenla 

of the w-im 



ru and ca'Ui cameoi and eeina) an 


■Call of 

So. 10 

Woiika-St^. la the AfHSEun Bf Oeitnl 

f<(fj(PI. A, S), 


hu belonied lo me National Uaie'um ain 


It cootMbs /- 


eetlon of Polish eoini, engraviDga 


works of the 

IB-ietb ei 

Inl^ont Dftbe Tuchhaui, oppoaltethe Bienna-Slrasse, Isabmnte 
■fitatue ef Adam Mfefcicmi™ [1798-1865), the poet, by Ryger {1898]. 
^Behind sie atiothic towei of the 15th cent., the only relic of a (own- 
ball Ukon down In 1830, arid Ihe principal Guard Hnute. 

To the N. or the Rlng-Plstz, Floryanaka 41, is the Roust if 
Malejko, the celebrated painter (d. 1B93), containing pictnrea and 
the art oallections left by him [gdm. Thais, and Snn. 10-1, 40 h.. 
Sat. 10-1, 1 K., at other timee 2 A'.; closed on Mon.]. 

To the 8, of the Iting-PUtz the Groditi and Uonilnikanitii 
Btteets lead lo the Daminioui Chnnli [PI. B, 4], a Gothic boilding 
of the 13- 16th cent., aimoet wholly modernized eioce a fire In ISfiO. 
The choir contains a *Br«s in memory of the famous scholar Fil. 
Buonaccorsl, auinamed Callimachus [d. 1493), by Peter Visclit^r, 

!robably after a model by Velt BtosB. The Qothic ciotsters (1 .^ 
4th cent.) contain many elaborately sculptured tombstones of 'i. 
ie-17(!i centniles. — OntheW.sideoftheOradzkaistheFraBoiaoL:. 
Chnioh (PI. B, 4), of the 13th oent., tebnilt in 1860, and tepeml 
gaily piiated in tbe Interior. In thoGothlo cloisters *ie portrait' < 
the bishops of Cracow since the 16lh centary. The nld refectory <<: 
the adjoining Fitnclscan monastery now contalna Ihe Ttehnieal un 
indtutrlal Muteum [daily 9-1 and 3-6, 40 h. ; Sun. and hoUddy: 
JO-1 free). Opposite rises the Prlnee-Bithop't Palaee [PI, 3, X^ 
Testored since the Ore of 1B50. — The Grodtka-Straaae ileiceit|^H 

Cathedral. CRACOW. Jft. Ronii. 279] 

Hi" Jesuit eLnrph of St. Peler [I'l. R, 4"), » spwIouB luroiiiio ei1lnn« I 
.t .ting from iei9. The adjoining (libey-nliDruh of St. Andrtn Ib » 
!{iiui>jie>que building of Ilio I'Jtli century. 

Tlie8cUou(ZaTnel;irr(fi(rir(tAI.- PI, B, 4, 5}, oil tb« broid n'aui«I I 
liill ai iTic S,W, end of (he old town (eleotr, trsmway, see p. 377), j 
w«a rounded In the 14th cent, by Lodlslnus Loklefeli, and restored I 
liy Ouiiuii the Crest and SlKlainund I. (ifter 1500), but Inlet ai 
tltijir&tiaiu Hid other Injnrioe have left only & number of luge I 
Buparste bulldlnge, dating chieOy from the time at Sigiamund L and I 
Ilia «on Siglaniund Auguatna, uid conietted In 1846 Into i b>nick I 
and hotpital (for sdm., apply to the cutellan), 

The Qolhle "OatliedraJ, or BcUOMldroIi* (I'l, A, B, 4), on the 
W. side, creMed In 13'20-64 on the Bite of an curlier llomaneaque 
church of whluh only the crypt rpmsln!, and nonaocritod In 13[i9 
under Uaaimir Ihe Qrest, la the borla! - plac<> of the FoIUh kinga 
and horoee. The othedral hu been lerenlly Ifaorongfaly reatored 
fg^'neially open during the day ; aacrlBtan in the »a«rlaty, or In ths J 
»lfl«T'a house opposite the principal entrance). 1 

Thi IktuidR, orlninBllT in builJca rorm «<lb r(cluii;iilKr clujlr and 1 
nnibnlaiiin', riiund which Dumerciua KenaiHancrj chaiioli wgro aildiid Is I 
ilic lUih crM., wa* mucli moddrnlMil in tha IBili centiirj. To Ilia righl of 
th.i enlrnnrit, . 'BrDiiH epitaph to Harahai Pat«r KmlU {i. IBOB) by Ptlir 
VUclitr. aud Iwo lala-Oolhle chapali hullt after 1481 on lli« lite Of Iba 
fcrrmur altir-partab. In the chapel of the Holy Cion [left) ara lonie old 
»«ll-l>altil<>ieii of the AulA.'nlnn S'liDcHimn aoil Iha muDUDienl of KiBr 
rasimlr IV. Joetfltn M. Wm. >i;it. (lie r.>iniihcnt llBnra In porphyry, hy 

111. ill _i)riuiiuii -111 ii.-r, iu Mil" 111. -Ml AriLt. til Ohapel. •Tlitr- 

It t- ■■! <■ t tilliii' I'l.t... I'l a'.KJ liiA iiiiiilirr. alan In ThnrK&iHn. 

- :'-' I' ■■■ !■ ' I lit lUii Vm» family (Bldimima lit,, 

>""i'' ' I' Itiibh doors by Mlnb, Wtlahold of 

i>'i'|| 1 tjhapel cbulit by San. Sermtt or 

i'\- -■ < uiiiiralaiyuinaiienliiil bjr ffl». Onl of 

Si.ii . i>i or Iba Jaaiello family, with lbs 

' ' ' 'MHI.aiilamun'l Au«<i<t<i>(i)- »T3l, 

il. leilll), witu n( BtcphU Balhory, with reagmbeal 
Kd tn rwl waiblt. — Oppi»lla Ibfl Bthi' - - - — 
Hinnt Wladlair Potockl, who (ell at > 
of Sing John Albert (d. UOl) Id rod 

unknown FlorenUae maiMri oppoatle 

Iba a»al (d. ISTnj, Iha 'Foiuder at (iiiic- . «• ui'iirsii-it i:v iim nr 

fxi JTiiiii (l(IA). In red marble nndor i> . .< 1 1> i<i. Aiiuui 

bablhd lliii lilib-altor, Ibi nonuaianl m i- ■ "HI dl 

l1.iici,n.i.,»ri,rortbeTi»lU.aalhamtH. i .. ■ i. i |1,„ 1 

I'niliii luonarcha u an Oialory, wiih b m i.ii' » 

miidam aulafd-flaM wlndoita. Huumuriiii m Imii^ .>><i|iI»ii I 
Id. HMD, In rod Diatbla. In >he chapels l» Hid rlglil udU lelt 
lailofnl inmbt of Olibopt Oamral (IfiiT) wd TomleU (lAU), l>y M 
„..-. „. ._.,..... .^.^. Tnobbiui. - Chom. In (ronl of » 

' - 'Inal Frad. Ja«lello (1. ifOSi, 
vtpraaenllbg tha ppeaenUUnD 

- — In tbe nenlre at Ihe charct, uBda» a i 

liei HKuphiria llTlh oent.), borne by dlvor an«e1>, In wb 



near Lelpzle In IBU,. 

lolcora In tSiT), Adm. dully, i (IDA.). _ The TiiiBFUi (dglly it 10, nccpl on Meb fimtliiUI 

»rlisa™ll/-wroiiEh[ veueli in gold and sliver. 

We now pTocBcd to ttiB N. £romtbe Schloss, ttiioagh the g&rdun-, 
to the huiidlnga oF the JaKellanian ITnlTsnity (PI. A, 3; 14(111 
HtudonU], foiindeil by Caslmlr Chs Great tn 1364. Tho Khw Unt- 
■VKiuiTY, B OotUc ediliee designed by Kii^ankt {imi-ST}, with Its 
Jiuiiiaome veatibuli) and fliiu hall, coutalna on the grouiiiinoor tie 
Arckaeologieizl Hueaim fiveafc- dsys, I2-I) and the ATl'HIstorteal 
CaiI(£liunof Cheunii'etBity(pictiiiee,ait-indaBtiinlobjectE,caBtB,eto.). 
The Olii Univbebitv liurtDiNOH (Anna-StraEBa 8), erected in the 
16th cent, and partly reatored in 1839-72, include a beautiful Gothic 
•Court of 1493, in which a bronie statue of Oopernicus (d. ]5i3J, 
by Qodebakl, vas eroi;ted in 1000 ; in the interior is ihe Dniaersity 
Libmry (al>aut 360,000 vols. ; dally, except San., 9-1). AdjAcenl 
U the Obergymnaiium of Bt, Anna, founded in 1588. — On the 
oppoalte side of the Anna-Stra«ie is the IJniveroity OhureU of 
S(. Anna [PI, A, 3), with elaborate stucco ornamcntBtion in ttif 
.baroque style. — Oti (he W, side of the SzczepAuslil-Piatz is [1: 
Xuwtl'Thmit [Pi. 3), built in 1901 by Maczyuaki and contaiuin. 
fermanent exbihition of pictures [10-4; 60 h.). — In the fiill.^ 
kowika ia the Polish Acadimy of Sdmea (PI. D, 8), 

Farther on, In the proincnndea, Pijarska-Str. 6, is tho 'Czar- 
torjBkl Mnaanm (PI. B, 2, 3; Tuee. andFrid. 9-1, at other limes 
oil application), a large and vailed collection of objects of act. 

OauunD Fluub. In Ihe rallhtOi are a tew Eltulon eioerarf tymi, 
buiidci nediffival apd Renaiuauea sculpture! at Garman and Italian origin. 
Adjacent iii a room wilh larger wucks in itone aod Iiconse. 

Fiui Plods. To the rigbl ti tbe IMnvy (adta, on pnvioiia B«pll<» 
tion OBlf), -with pFBcinui luanaierlpti, taiDdlngi, charters, etc- — ^'" »i< 
laft, l.'OtUKltiinof Arl-lnOuiIrM ObJiiU, remlnlBcnices o( Poland's |ia.<i 

SiooNa Fldoi. Room I conta^ (he 'Fiatift aaUtry, tvliieh inclndci 

I nuiDeroiu eood works, upc dally of (ha Italian and DiLtsh adtooli. Entranitv- 

k wall, 111, Fulltr, LaDdsuaua witb uattlB. To Iha rl(4U^ ITS. Settaja Mm 

I fmntiT, PoMraiti 388. J. OUmtt, Portrait: 1"" "— "— ' '•——'• •"• 

I Xoipir ktUOur, Portr^l of a Pollah 1x174 *IC 

r flie Oood Samaiitaa (lUS^); 178. 0. aciahim, Wina-CBllari II 

L Fortralt. — Ififl. /. nan Bagula'l, i.jtiid>oapei 183. iraUtaa, Lot 

StS. Bnous Omiaa, Uadonaa] !U7. Oan/ala, Hadanna and 1 

Ler. <ii OndHI), Holy PamUy; 178. UaakVfm p) , Daoghler .11 

'339- Saf/ual, Portnll of ■ yonng nan (naid In be lilniieiri 

abautlMfQi Ltr. OhMCI), MyUinUi^al ivane, with pottraits fif 

and hia v/lte, •Lmards <la VtHii, HalMcnglb ol a xiil wlili ai 

1 liflr amis {'CaalHai'lilBO. 0(( ' — "■ "" ~' 

L Bolf yanllr; 33<l. aine. Bill, 

hibttrb^. OBAOOW. i9. Routt. 281 


^^^■t nJilrlle nre iIiavilDei by A. M Sai-le, Sallif- [l^uer. 
^^^^Bks), (SiodBaiiiU, and enEnvingB by Damr und. Slinfcr. 
^^^■Mii> numUaiis guoi miniftlure giartraiU, cbleily of Ibe E 
^n^ Sffi. Maltikt, ficem troiD Uie Fnlilb Insairection aC 
I *6Uow1db roomn conUin EgjpliBn unliquiliea, ancient Kl"", •Terr»dc.ll» 
aguru from Tanigra, Octek vuies, Qreek and Elruscua broDfcs (Ho. 1, 
Hue KlruicBn sllula); silver mirror-cue (Herculeg and Omphalii), nf tbe 
beat Greek period^ cftbineiS) l^eatry, etc. 

In the Promenades, at the end of the streot, are the FloflaM-Tor 
(PI. B, 1] and thB Bondell, n circuUi BUauturo dating from 1498, 
almost the only relic of the old fortiflcatioiia. — Outaiilethe liondell, 
in Hid MnteJko-PlnCz, is tbe Academy of Art. Farther on is the 
Chnieli of St. Flori&n fPl. 0, 3), bf the 12th cant,, but repestedly 
altered, with four pictures by Hnni von Ettlmbrteh in Ilia second 
chapel to the left. The second chapel ia the right contains the late- 
Gothic "Altar of St, John, by Ytil Stvtt (IQia). — To tho S.E, of 
tbo FlotUna-Tor, at the comer of the Szpltalna, la the TheBtra 
{PI. C, 3), erected in 1801-83 from ZnwUjikfi dasigni in (he J.te- 
ItcnaisBa,iice Etyle, tatiterally Htted up, with a magniflaent drop-cm tain 
by n. Siemiradi^kl (1894). In front of the theatre la h maible bust 
of Count AU':. Fndra (d. 1876), the poet, by Qodebski. In the 
pramenados to the N. is a bronze monumBnt to B. ZahM, the poet, 
by WcWnski. 

The town Is Euriounded with SuGunne, lyine within the mod- 
ern foTtiflcationB. To the W. is Kowy Sioiat; on the N.W. Fl-utk, 
with the old cliDtch of the ViaiCalioiii on tha N. Kttpmt, with the 
gritiu and cattle maiketsi on the E. Wtaala, witli the hoapltatB of 
St, l.a^aiui and St. Lewla, the UniverBlly Cliniqne and Botanic 
Oarrien (PI. D, 3), tho Obsenatory (PI. D, 3), and the glaughter- 
honae. To the S. are Blradom, with the ofdce of the commandant, 
and KMlmiirs, the Jewlah qnaiter, containing the Pauline aonvent 
mid the ohurnhes of St. Michatl, St. Catharine, and CoTpui ChHati. 
The Iwo last contain numeroua works of art. The '^11; Schul^, at 
the !<:. ondof the Josef-Stt., ta an old synagogue of the 16tb century. 
— The Franz Joseph Bridge leads hence across the Vistula to Pod- 
^Jrte (l.S,10CI inhab.). To theS. rises (he conical Krakuiberg{905 ft.), 
flaid by tradition to be the grave of the mythical dragon-aiayerSraknB, 
tiie fniinder of Cracow, and to have been thrown up by human hands. 
Nnmrmiu bnuaei of Ibc le-lTth eanl., wllb lulcruliqg portala and 
tnart-rarda, org Illll lo bo Rjuad In tbe Old town. Among ttieae may be 
loentioncil the Jsblonowaki Falace (BIne-PIati StS); tbs iriBtoLVallii man- 
(luu at Annu-BtraaiB II, Slakoirika SInuia t, Elns-riatt 7 nail 13, Jana- 
iitrMto 30, and Florian-StruieSi the canon*' rc'ldeaeu, Kanonleia-Struig IS 
Mi 21, and thi< clergj-haiuea buidB tiia ciiurchei ofSI. Aiina[Am>a atiauu) 
^ M Door) and Bl. Vary (Plac UBTytckl I). 

The *Kaioinizko HUI (1093 ft.), V/^ M. to Uio N.W. (carr. 3 A'., 
^n advisable), i a a mound of earth , about 66fe. in height, thrown 
in 1820-23 by the nnitad efforlBof ihewholo population of Cracow 
" ~ Lovr of the Foltah hero of that name, on the hltl of Bronii- 
1856 it has been converted into a fort. *View of Cra- J 




f2S2 fifnilc 60. TARNOW. ^^H 

cow, with its many toneie, nuiI Podgerce, with tlioKrakiisliergb^^^H 
iti S. lliB Hohe Tstra; W. the BsbiagDia (5660 (t.) and ita ii4^^| 
botica of the Beskld luige; then tbe ViituU, tiiceiible tnr a ll^^l 
distance^ M. the baiLdsome marble bnildioga of the CamaldulendliB 
monaatsry nf BWnnjf, 

•Silt KmuoFVialliiiika. Bjiilifu vl&£itriDn<4u in 10 mln. (er pleM- 
anler hj corringe, lO-jeXi p. 377) to fficHMla (B33ft.i HaiL Eeaiinrant 
and tcenl inna ; pop. IMCO). Viiilors tro rpgnlarlj iflmitled lo tie minel DB 
Tnea., Thors.. nnd Sat. at 3 p.m.; irons of tbue days li ■ boUdi,;, tfa«a 
OD tbs (ollowina dKy. At alher limu viiilois drive direct Id tlie oflloa 

oblBined It Sie office, J K. for escH person. ' The chaite* Hied by lariB 
tar illDiDlBBUDa Tary frein lo to lS;)r„ ucDi^n« la the unoiini aeilnd 

attenflsnt. The impection uf the mines t&kei li^-ahra.; (luTiagBs mtir 
ba ordered lo wail at the sbatl. Bpecimenj of [lie rock-aait, from lOfcr. 
B»ch, are offered lo visitors on quiiUne the mine. 

Tliete mines, tba grealeet deplli of wbich ie D90fl., employ over 1300 
handB and yield about 60,000 tons of E^t anDoally. They eoniist ol sevea 

•a, tliB aggregate leogtb ofnrlilcb la cont- 
otaifi two ponds, wbicb bava boata vvdii 
.mbera, TO of whicb are spaeioiu, aM eat- 
of ttaem are cmbellisiied witb candelabra. 

)t of tbeiw maas !■ ccli 
m« of Iheie miblamnei 
ieiha is remuliable fii 

Sxcnriioniels lo the BoU Tdlm take the Qallelan 
iw (Poaefi«e) by BwAu to eaiapaw (p. SOB). 

Pboh Ciucon TO KocMtBidn, ISi/.j M., railway in I 

f SO. From Craoow to Xemberg and Czernowitz. 

R*ii.w*i to LBHi/rg. aia It., in T-10 brs. (farei 28 K. BO, 17 Jf., U A" 
00 h. ; arpreas *l) AT. BO, 34 K. 80, 13 A'. 10 ft,)i from Lemberg lo Crmorrlr;. 
iUtl., in BVrSh". (fares aax. iO, 13 i:, 40, T ^. 30 A. i express 27 A' 'J.\ 
18 r, io, 2S. SO*.). 

Cfflooto, see p. 370. The train orosies the Viilala; on the right If 
the Krtshiiberg (p. 281). 3 M. PodgoKe-flaiit6w (Ball, llestauronij, 
see p. 270. — S'/jM. Blerianiw (branch to Witifetlca, aee above). — 
2»Vi U- BoBhnia (UaU. Roetaiirant! pop, 10,000), viUi large salt- 
mines. — 481/1 M. TsnAw (Anif. ifrtlauranl; HMel Krakav; 
M^fropote; pop. 31,700), junction of the line to S(rff« [p. 287 1 36 M„ 
ill P/t hT.), lies on the Dunajtc, near Ita coDtluence with the Binla, 
Iot«Ti3atlng old town-hall, Tbe high-lying Cathedral (15th cent.) 
Gontalni monumenta of the OstroEski and Tarnuwski fanilles. 

69 m. Dtmhiea (Rail. Itestanrant) , vltb a chJtaaa of I* 
I'HsdziwIll (braiirh lo Tamahr%tg and NaiWre«(«) ^ 98 M. Stfl 


Plkti; IfachaK/, I 


wltboul ineg'fet P« >/> far. lOorEO, V>l"- BOA. or 1 S., 'ihr.'t K. GO A. 
or 2 A'. 1 bslveeo 10 p.m. and 6 ■-m. a. &re nod a half i> ebareed. 

Xlsctflc THrnwuy from the Centril BIsCion [PI. C, 2, S) ta (he Rlne- 
Platiand (bBPraol Josppli BridEcm. 0, S); frum (lie l>Jn£a-SlT. (I'l . B, 1) 
lo Uu Notdb^in snbildiar; nation (Fl. A, 1); [n>iii the Fran* Josepb BrMge 
(Pi. C, «} In Iha Ctuaw Puk 0>"J"nd PL A, l)i from thE Kine-PUti 
(Fl. B, 3| lo Jordan'! Park (bajond PI. A, S); face 10-13 S. 

BUbi at St. Oertnid-StF. 19 (Fl. B, 4], alao in Uis Hil. CroMiig and 
Bai. Hojol (p. 2T0). 

Poit and Telagrapli, comer of Kglajowa-Slr. aud WiolopolB- Sir. 

(Fl. B, c, a. 

FnbllB OaidEBi. St^aum-aarlm, Lubicl-Str., beyODl Ibo ralliray- 
...„_ ™, „ ,1. .._.__.^ ^y^j [beyonii PI. A, 3); OrKow Pari (PI. A, 1). 

la (PI. C, 3; p. 331); Opm-air Thinm 

OU(f AUraotiou ((or vliit orona day;. •CaLhednl, 'Cbursli orSt.HaiTi 
Onon or tlic oldllnivenitTi walk Ihrougb (hogardciu to Iba BondeJl and 
Flnrlans-Tor] Czarloryiki Mtueumi dritela thHHftoruoon to tlieEaadni^ikD 
Hill. — Eicnraioo to WIellcxka, see p. SSS. 

CtacoiB pOa ft.), Pol. Kiatoiw, Ger. Krakau, Bituated in an ex- 
tensive pUtn at tlie confluence of Uie Rudoxnn and. the Viatutn (Pot. 
WUiai QtT. Weiahsel), once (13110-I6I0) the cspflsi of Poland, Ib 
now an Austrian fnitreas of tlm Ilriit class, with a pop. of 91,300 
(one-foDrth Jewa), Incl. a garrUon of 6000 men. Tho churches and 
lowers, the lofty Schloss, and the pleBlantpromenados planted witli 
trees (Flanly), on the lite of tho old foitiflcations, round the Inner 
town, pTodnce an imposing elTeet, 

dutcoTcd ij lbs Voneallani in lall, balnu rebuilt by IJeriaaD cuioDllli 
in 1^. In 1320 it wu clioicn h; LadiDam tiikieiek nn the [iiroaaUirD 

t'»>D, its adheainn lo the Banaealic Lea^e, and iba ronndatlan i>f ilia 
rnivenXr bj C&ilmlr tbe Ortat in iSM, mi cgnlrlbuied lu iha progruag 
of Cracow, wlilcb reached Ike lenilh of its prUBpenl; in the IStti ceotarj. 
Tbe period of decline began with lbs trBnaference of llie royal reiWence 
tn Wilnsw Id 1610 and with lbs warlike cunimutiuol of tba ITtb eenl., 
bnl until 1751 tbs Pnllali Idan eonldnued lo be crovrniHt and buried at 
CnwOH. In UiaQnal partition of Poland (ITDB} Cracow rell to Austria. In 
Ifilft it became tbe capital of a small Independfut dale, bol It was again 
annexed br AnstrIa afier the iDanrteilion al l&U. Cracow, buweTcr, bai 

Near the oentre of the old town Is the Biua-pLAn (PI. B, 3), 
with the chuicli of St. Msiy and the Tuchhaus. 

*Bt. Harjr*! (PI. B, 3] is a Gothic basilica withoat tranaepl, and 
with a Inng choir. Fonnded in 1223, rebuilt in (he 14th cent., niid 
provided wllh a series of chapels )n the 15th and lllth cent., it was 
restuied In 1B89-93 and richly painted from designs bf Mat^t 
" "HiS). Tho N. tower, with a modem cap snrron ■ ■ - " 
'|j tnrrels, is the highest {l^b ft.) in ihe town. 



icentlr well nuLorBd, with rlcli pi^nti 
'' " ~). It U MDtnpfi 

iDfl 'ui™Co™n"li™nVf™™Vicei"n4'on*'ltB'ri^ nslieti^r' .' 

tbe Life af OtiHat. TbEcbuHli eontiini namecoiu eumptuDiu tombs of li. 
JS-nUi ucl,, Knd •eversl brusFS. In tho cbupel of Gt. John are d 
•Braia of Pnter Bslomon (d. ISCOj, lit Pclfr riiiAer, ud Iboie oFSeverii,.< 
BODSr [d. 3B1S) mud hii icif^, At tbe IriumpluJ mccli la a colo=eia cruciili 
oC the early Ititb centuir- I'd the S. of tl, nt the mlraniB to the elu^r, ii 
u idUc bj Utiia (early IBtb cent.). The rich TeatmcnU and coBtlj churrh- 

rbe Urge boildiog Dearly opposite, in tliB centre of tbaBing-P]jitz, 
is tiie TnoiiliBiik (Pol. SukitnnUt; PI. B, 3), or cloth-hiil, began i» 
the 14tli cent. Tiniler Casimir the Great, altered by Moasa of Padiiii 
in the 16th cent., and lugely rebnilt in 1876-79. On the ground- 
floor 1« ft tftidled corridor with numerous ebopa and stalls. 

" '■ flrel floor {cntranee opiioalte the Mlcdlewlct MununiBBf, >tt 

._. B "-siini OP AnT (dallj, 11-Surl: 

Bl Baclawiie In 1T»1, ui<( 

TorBhsi at]<'Bni'], ersUfw [UthnsDia, In six unooua), and otbar modeni 
PoUih BTliaRi painlings by Poligb aod Sutheniau ar^M of the 16-17lli 

nemoriala of Roj^ntilio, Mickienici, etc. 

ilNo. 10, Wolska-Str. U the JfiiMHm nf Coml E. S. CiaptU(n. A. f 
'hldi hai belonged to the NatiaBal VattBm alncie 1»03. Ii coatairj. 
--nporlant eollectlaa at Polish cnlnl, esgraTlDgc. jirlnted irorki c[ ii 
IB-lSth cent., etc 

In &ont or the TuchbsuB, opposite tlie SienDS-StraBse, is a brtn.' 
Statue cf Adam MioftlnDiin [1796-1865), the poet, by BygerClB!'- 
Bebind are aGotbictflwet of the 15th cent., the only relit of a to"'. 
hall Uken down in 1820, and the principal Ouard IIouK. 

To the N. Df the Riiig-PlaU, FloryanEka 41, is the Huui- 
JWateJito, the celebrated painter (d. 1893), containing pictnres (.: 
the art Millectioiifl left by him (adm. Thnis. and Sun. 10-1, 40 i. 
Sftl. iO-1. 1 K., at other tlmei 2 K.; cloied on Mon.). 

To the 8. of the Hiug-Plati the Grodzki and Uominikand. 
Btreeta lead to the Dominican Ohnroli [PL B, 4). a Gotliicbatltliii 
of the 13-16tb cent., almoet whoUy modernized since afire In l^i' 
The choir coutaiut ■ *Bras3 in memory of the famous scholar I '. 
Buonnccorsl, gnrniDied Gallimaebns [d. 1496), by Peter 'Visrlic r 
ptobgbly after a model by Veit Stois. The Gothic Elolaters [13- 
14t1i cent.) contain many elaborately icnlptured tombstones of r^e 
16-17 th eentniies. — On the W. side of the Grodska ia the Tr&aeiBcui 
ChoTOli (PI. B, 4), of the 13th oent., rebuilt in 1660, and recently 
gaily painted in the interior. In iho Qothif, cloislers are portrait- ■ r 
the bishopa of Cracow since the i6lli century. The old reforloi} 
the adjoining Franniscan monastery now rontains the Technical nr. 
Jndualriol .Mu»<um (dsily 3-1 »nd 3-6, 40 ft.; Sun. and holiilu,, 
10-1 rree). Opposite rises the Prinei-Biihoji'i Palaet [PI, 3, J^^ 
restored sinoe the 9re of 1850. — The Grodika-Sti^sse deioeni^H 

U.f Jesuit clmrrl) of St. Feltr [PI. D, 4% a spadoaB baroque eiUflce 
ditiTig from 1619. The adjoining Bbbey-chureh of Si. Andrta i» a 
Ttoni&nesqu« building of Che 12tli centuiy. 

The ScUoH (Zamet Kr6ie>cM; PI. B, 4, 5), on the broad Wawtl 
bill at the 9.W. end of the old town (alectr. tramnty, see p. 277), 
-was founded In the 14th cent, by LadisUus Lokielek, and Testorad 
by Gaslmli the Oieat and Siglsmatid I. (after 1500], but later con- 
na^adona and otlier injuries have left only a. number of large 
separate blllldlngi, dating chiefly from the lime nf Sigismnnd I. and 
hla Bon Sigiamund AuguatuB, niid conTorted In 1816 tnto a barrack 
and hospital (for adm., apply to the caatellan). 

The Oothic ■Cathedral, or BoUestldreha (PI. A, B, 4], on the 
W. Bide, erected In lKO-84 on the Bite of an earlier Romaneaqne 
church of which only Ihe crypt remains, and consecrated tn 1339 
nnder Oasimir the Great, ia the hurlal-ptare of the Palieh kings 
and heroes. The cathedral bai been recently thoronghly restored 
(generally open daring the day; sacristan In the BicrlBty, or In tlie 
Ticar'a hoaae opposite the principal entrance). 

amhnlatory, round wbleli nuinerotiB EeDalBaancu chapelA were added In 
Ihe ISlb GBDl., wu rancL modemiud In IhelSth untury. Ts (lus right of 
the ealmnoe, t ■BroDie epUanli loMarahal Peter KitiUa (d. ISOG] by Pittr 
VUtl^, and two late-GottJe clupali built afler MSi on the ilte of liie 
f(?niier lids-pOTlali. In tba eliaiicl of the Holy Crui> (leTl) aie aams old 
wall.uaiuttniji of Ihe li«lhf«ian B'Hool (1470) and the monoment at King 
Culmlr IV. Jaciello ft. 1499), wllh lbs recumbent Bgnre In porpHyry, by 

anient of' Rise Ledlilana JfeDldlo H- 1134), of 'he IB") cent., te-enctsd 
nn llo orlelnal eUb bere Id 1901. — RiDni Aisli. lit Chapel. •Thor- 
valdtiiCi Giirisl ImparUof a blsulng, a beantiful etatue In nurbia, end 
tbe bnilt or Count Arthur Polocfci and hli raothsr, alio by TlmnaUHn. 
~ Srd. BmiiM of Ihe PoIKh kingi of llie Vaia family (SiElimnnd III., 
Ladiilau) IV^ John Guimirli irnpeib broBis doore by Hlch. Wetnbold of 
Dantiie ft™). — 'lib pr Sleinnund Chapel (hnln by Burl. BincH of 
Florenoe In Ifitft^, rettored I8S4, elaboialely omamcnled by Olot. Cini at 
Siena), the nuin»leuni of Ihe lait idone of Ibc Jaiiello family, irilh the 
■DOonmenli of Kine 8i)^linnand I, (d. 1646), Biglnnunil Angnilui (d. tfiT2L 
and Queen Anna (d. 1696), wife of Stcphan Balhory. »ltb recmubeDt 
Bgiirei of the deoeaaed la red matble. — Oppoaite the 6th chapel 1l •Tlier- 
vUduiCi lUlnc of CuBDl Wladimli PolocU, vbo Cell at Hobcuh In 1812. 
- Tth. Honumenl of BinE John Albert (d. IbOI) in red mnrble, by an 

~ - --- ■■- - '" mentor King Oaiimlr 

^ ted by hi. girdle, by 

behind the blEhUlUr, tbe maniusenl ofKIng John HI. Sobleikl (d. IGSe},' 
the conqueror of the Turka, ai the rellefi ladlcate. Oppoiile la Ihe Bathury 
Gbuiel, once connected by a pauage with the palace, and uBdd by the 
Pnluh monarcha aa an oratory, «lth a throne oT red miuhle aad flae 
modem alained-glau window!. Monouent of Kins Slephan Balhory 
(i. 1B8S), In red marble. In the obapelt to the rlghi and Isil are Ihe 
taalsftU tomba of BlehopI Oamral OMii anil TDmlcU (I03fi), by ifoica of 
Padna, Ihe architect of tba Tnchhani. — Cnoia. In front of the blgh- 
allar in Ihe eniraTed bronae of Cardlnel F»d. Jaeiello (d. IIUB), with a 
laler ■Belief (IBIO) by Pitrr Vltthir, rcpreaentlng the preienUUon of Ihe 
bfibop to Ihe Hadonna. — In tbe centre of tbe chureh, under a can^^py, 
!• a ellieT ■arcuphaeui |t7lb eenl.), borne by ailver aiigalB, in nhkh ate 

We DA* proceed totke N. fiomtbe ScfaliMs.tliioi)£lttbegaTdi.»< 
. the hnUdfD^i of Uie Jagalloitiu Oansnity (PL A. 3: U' 
jltadenlt], fouivled bj Cuiadr llt« Gie*t IB 13&1. Th- ^ - ' - 
l;*BMinr, a Ootltie edifice designed bj JTiiffonti (^Ibi^l-"' 
■fendiame lettibala and One lull, coutilai on the ;- . 
m,ArtAaaitofieat IfaKvm (ireek-d(;s, IS-I) uid t)i« J- 
1 Co^ffioKof the DDiTenity (pictures, ut-indiutiialDbj lv 
I Tie Otu U!ti»Ba»iTT ButLntK^d (Ama-Stn&M S), ei 
I 15th CFOt. and putlf leitoted in l^S-ll, include ■ beMtifsI Q 
I *Court ot iiifi, in which ■ bronze staiae af Copenicu (d- 1[ 
r br Godebikt, vu erecinl in 1900; in tbe inlerior is ih« tT-^ 
Ithran/ (»boat 360,000 toIs.; daily, except Sun., 9-1), 
it the OltrgymaOKum of St. Anna, rnsoded in 158S, - 
opponitc lide at Ibe Anna-Stnae ii (he Univenitj < 
St. Antta (PI. A, 3), wiib elaborate rtoeco cinuiiettUlion !i 
l«rw|iie Mjle. — On the V. side at the Sitirpinskl-I^U li 
J KiintacTluna (Pi. 3), built in 1901 by MhxtdbM and « - ' ' 
I pCFTmancnt eibibition of pictures (10-4; 60 *.). — In 
1 kowit* U the Polish Aeadrnt/ of Siirnea (PI. B, 3). 
f Farther on, In the promenades, Pijuska-^tr. 8, ia lbs * 
I tciyild Kaienn (PI. B, 2, 3; Tuei. and Frid. 9-1, >l odiei 
] tin application), a large and varied cclleetlan of obj«ct« of u 
■^--Bwo Fuioi. In the TdfAvfa in a law EtmeaB diani, 
, . - .. jiediKTBl and KenwaiaDie icDtplurEi of Geman lad llaBuM 

■ Jldjacsnl 1) a nwin with laner wuilu in ibinc and ~ 

■ "—-IT Ploub. To the riclri <• tbe lOrrrr (i^m. 

■ tlnn kbI)'). with prsc 
■■lift, a -(MbvifM a/ .di 
H tranildiir aod o( Hapd 

•UAnU ObJtO, 

u rkoun. 'Room i eanlalu tbe ■/«(<w 

imnrooi gftodworha, esppciallyoftJia Italian udDutalh: 
111, 111. itoUir, I.«nduai.e wllb caiile. T« ' 

l.ffbiA^ir, furtrallt V». J. CItta, Portrait; IS 

A'Xu/uryMoJWr, pDilrailDf aPoliabtioy, -106 

K«ia diiocl Banariian IWU 173. ff. ActakJm. Wise. 

mfunitit. — iltS. J. tmi UnyHaii, ■ ~ ~ 

■all, Aneiis atiaU, Hadiinna-, 

■atm-, iJ< Cd'nMm, Holy Famllii 

|<BI». Kaphail. (Mrlnll of a y^i. 
millMOli /ep. (V»/»m, Myilii,! 

Alaoi ISS. Ualtike, Scene rrom the Polith iDsurecUoii oF 1SB3. — Tha 

In the PromQnades, at the end of the atrec^t, are the FloTtani-Tor. 
I PI. B, "£] and die BondelJ, & clruulsi stiuctucu diitlTig from 1J9S, 
aliiioflt Iha onlyrelip.ollheoldfortlfioitioua, — Outside thaHondeU', 
ill thu Mntcjko-Flutz, is (ito Acitdtmy of Art. F&rther on le thA 
CliQrcb or St. Flodan (PI. C, 2), ofthp ISth tent., but repeitedly 
sUiired, with ronr pirtares by //am itnn KutrntncA in the second 
Rhnpel to the left. The aecQud chapel to the tight I'Ontdns tha late- 
Qolhlc "Alur of St John, by Vtil Slo»a (IBIH). — Tq the S.E. of' 
the Flori&os-Tor , At the (turner of the SiplUIna, in the Theatia 
(Fl. 0, S), erected In i891-9J from Z»wie}ilci'i designs in tho liite- 
Rentiisance et; lo, tastefully lltted up, with i magniaceot diQp-eurlalD 
by B, Siemirodzki (1894]. In front of the theatre is a marble bust 
of CoiMt AUr. Fredra {d. 1HT6), the poet, by Ggdebaki. In the 
promenades tu theN. is a bronze tnonument to B.Zaittfci, the poet, 
by WeI6nehl. 

The (own la sunnunded Kith Suuvuiis, lying wltliln the mod' 
ern fottilleations. To tha W. Is A'oiry Swiat; o» tho N.W. Fiiutli, 
with the old church of the Vlsltstioiij on the N, Kltpiin, with the ■' 
grata and cattle marheCs; on the £. Weioia, with the hospitals of 
Hi. I-aiarni and St. Lewis, tho University Cliniiine and Botanic 
Garden (PI. D, 3], the Obseryatory (PI. D, 3), and the ilaughtor- 
honse. To the S. are Siradom, with the office of the commandi 

and JToaunierE, the Jewish quarter, containing the Panline addt . 

and the chnrches of Si. Midiail, 8L Cntharine, and Corput CftriStCj 
Thi' two last contsin nnmeroua worts of art. The 'AUt Sriiuie', a) 
iha K. end of the Josef-Str., Is sn old synagogue of the 16th century. 
— Tlie I'ralin Joseph Bridge leads heiica across tho Viutuia to Pod- 
S^int (lH,10fl iiihab.). To the S. rises the conical KrakuabergfifX) ft.}, 
enid by tradition to be the grave of the mythical drBgan-sTayerKrakus, 
the fiiunder of Crucow, and to have been thrown up by hauian hands. 

MnnnTiius hoiueB at lie I8-lTtb eml., with iuleioeting porlala and 
cniirt-yarili, are lUII lu he fuund In the old towo. Amoug these may b« 
uicDtluoed Ibe JaUonDwakl I->lace CEtlne-Flahi 30)4 (be arlalocrallo man- 
■lun* at ADnaBtraate il, Shikonika Biruie 1, BInE-Plait T and 13, Jana* 
MrHie30,aBdFInrlan-StrupeB;lliBeaaona'rM<dsiiGB9, Kanotdeu-StTumlH 

'i, and Iha Dlergj-boniei beiida (he churches of SI. AnnafAniia-Slriiai 

Ifluar) and SI. Kary (Plau Hnryacki 1). ^H 

The •Eouintzko HUl (1093 ft.), 2>/a M. tu the N.W. (csrr. 3 ^-ij^H 
lainadvlsable), Isaniuiindof earth, ahuut 65tt. iiiheight,thrn'«l'^^| 
In lti!20-23 by the united elTorta of the whole population ofCraeow'^^l 
wneur of tl>» I'otish hero of that name, on the hill of Brr>nl»^'^H 
u. Slnoe 18135 it hna been converted into a f<.rt. 'View ofCra-^^H 



hue by two bridges. Pop., including the subnrbB, 76,000 (sbout 
30,000 Jews). Tbs town, wMch ii eoliiely tnodein, is tlie Beit of 
tbe goTernoT of tbe Bukovina, of t, Greek Oiiental archbtsbop and 
coiiBistoTy, of thopioTindalcourte, widof a tinii»eMitj'(»eebetow). 

Tbe most coniipiaaonB building is the Arehkpiieopal Palace, on 
• height at tbe end of tba Bisohofagasac, an Impoeing brick eiiifloe 
in tlie Uyiantine stylo, ereotod by Hlawba in 1S04-76. The 
rlobly-deconted 'Reception Hall is worth; of a Tjsit (apply to tbe 
csstellan^l the tower comoiaiidg a flue viewof the town and Bnyitona. 
The palace also contains the suis!l Landef-JUusmm (opf n au Sniu, 
3-5 p.m.). 

The largest cbulcb in Czemowltz Is the Onek Oriental Calht- 
dral in the Ftauz-Josefs-Platz, erected in 1864 in imitation of the 
church of St. Isaao at St. Petetsbiug, The tagteful Amjeniun Chureh, 
In a mixed Gothic and Renaissance etyle, was conBeccated in 1875. 
Tbo handsome Synagogue, In tbe MoorUh style, with Its conspicuous 
dome, was completed in ISTT from the plans of Za^hariswicz. 

The Vnlveriity, founded in 1876, is attended by about 60O stud- 
ents. It baa no medical tacully. The lectares are delivered partly 
in [he Psdsgoglum in the Disnliofsgasse, partly-in the clergy-hoiiae 
adjoining tliD palaCB; tbe latter also contains the natural blstury 
and other coltectiona. 

The Amiria Moiutmenl in the Anstrla-Platz, executed by Pi:' 
kary, and elected in 1875 to commemoxata tbo cuuteiiary of Au- 
stria's possession of the Bukowina, consists of a marble flguie ot 
Anetria on a pedestal of green Carpathian sandstone, adorned 
with lironze reliefs and inscriptiona. — Near by la the InduiMal 

At tbe S. end of the town lies tbo Volktgarten (olectrlo tramway, 
sen above), a faTOaitte resort with shady walks, containing the 
Seliiiitenhaut, tbe Kunalon (both with realauranCs), and the Botcmio 
Oofdm (to the S.W.). Pleasant walks to the Panaila Grove on tbe 
Bitchoftberg, which affords a good view of tbe town, and to the 
(%hr.) wood ulUoTtcia, near the old clmich of wliichalluesnivey 
of the valley of the Pmtb 1s enjoyed. 

Fbob CiBBSowiTZ TO BuoHtnEsT, 338 M., eipresa in 20 hri. Sift M. 
VnltigtirUH (ifto above). From (21 «..) Hiiboka (Roil. BwlautJuil) hranub- 
lloB« mn lo Ifii'^ndv IHV M.) and to flerrtft (II M.) — 37Vi «■ Bi^U/alra 
{Rail. Boatannnl); branch to flroddia (31 U.l- — l-"°>a (61 K.) Balna a 
line mm vU WrKta (39H.! JanullDD for Eiu,. Motilatilcai lu Dama-iraira 
(78 X.; seieFal hutoli), wiili ehalybeala ■prlngs and peat-haiti>. — At 
(5H H.] Ititinv, Ibt AnetrlBn frontlsi-Blatloa, laeE*e« BOmlng from 
Roumsnia l> uamlned, iVh M, BUi'dttini, Ibc Biti Souminl 
(cuBtnm-boDi'n uatnloation tor trsvellen fiviD Austria). The 
tnsB n«r tb< Bum, tUe prloeipal river of Uoldavla. flS M 
juDOUon for Jaiie. Sillitnev, and Oiaia! m} X. Afar<i>«c< ( 
OafaU); %9Vi«. Bum (b»niih lo Bralla and OalaU)i "m'/, 
(p. tSl); Bsau. SaehariMl, isa p. 135. 

■01, From Stanislau to JDzieditz via Stryj, Neu- 
Zagdrz, and Saybuach. 

410 U. KiiLvAT In Slbti.; fnros 36, 91, 13 S. 

SlanUlau, see p. 285. The Until crosapa the Byairica. Near 
(31ViM.)£aAuE, a busy little town %>lth Balt-ininoa, 11 urossestlia 
/.omnien. Beyond [10 M.) Krediowice we near the N. spurs of the 
Carpatlilaria. Pretty hill-scenery, 51 M. J)oUna [Kail. Itestaunnt). 
Wo cross theStoicQ to f69l/s M.J BoiecAdm, GG'/i M, «ors«y», with 
uiiner»l springs. We cross theSh^iJ to tTGM.TBtrjJCgaTfi.; Ball. 
RtstauTintt; pop. 23, '3 00), a district town with iaiportiint cattia- 
marlietB, JDnntion of the line from LemlMrg to I.bwoczho (p. 2S4) 
atiiJ of a braiicli-linB to (aS'/a M.) Chodonfw [p. 286). 

93 M. nrnhoiyct [Bnil. Restaurant), 2'/a M. (cab 2 ST.) from tho 
town orDroh(ibjcBfSrtiDur*<r Arfier; pop. 19,300], with a chiteau, 
a flue Gothic churf.h, salt-worliB, and htisk trade. A branoh-line 
niiia tience a.W. throngh the Tyimlmlea Vallej, to {T/^ M.} Boryt- 
iaiv, with its valuable potroloiim and ozocerite beds. About 6 M. to 
the S, of Drobobyi^ are the sulphnr and salt baths of IVunftauifce. — 
IIIM. Dubtiiny-Kmmhery; then across the Dulegturlo [llSi/nM.;) 
Samhtir (Rail. RetUuraiit), a district town (17,000 iiihab.). The 
(tain crosses the Strwiiia 

160 M. KriiKitnlco. The train crosses the Strwisz and runs through 
■ wooded hlll-iegion. 166 M. Olesanien. Then thtoagh n short 
tunnel to [173 M.] Litko-LukMPiea in the valley at the 5utt, and 
across the San and the Oilava to (]T9i/iM.}Heii-ZasA» fRaif. 
Beilauraia}, > baabet-iDaklag place, Junction of tho Garpathiau lino 
to Ltgrnye-Mihilyl [p. 367). 

The Oalieian line follows the San lo [l82Vi M.) Sannk and then 
turns to the W. — 200 M. liymuntkn (186 ft.), the station for tho 
ii'h M.l baths ot that name, with three mineral »ptlng». — 
2031/1 M. /ironitt, with baths (7i/a M. to the 8.; carriage and pair 
7 K.) containing salt, lodiue, and bromine. At (,213Va M.] Jcdlieit 
ve cross the Jaiiolka, and at [224 M,] Jofio the WitioHa, and then 
onlcr the i<iu!Iiiig Repa ValSty. 240 H. Zii^nan», junction for 
OorUcc [pop. 4500), with important naphtha- works, 3M. to the S.W. 

We ascend the Mojicwnfta and Walakt valleys lo [247 M.) 
Wota £utdti^ [1095 ft.), and then descend the valley ot tho Bia/u 
to (264 M.) Sifrfis (1000 ft,; Kiil. Restaurant), the junction for 
Tami5w [p, 282). We follow the right bank of the Biafa and then 
cross it to (257 M.) GryMw [1 145 ft.), a prettily situated little town. 
The lino now winds in long curves round the Ctfrfci [1654 ft.), 
(Iliough picturesque hill-scenery, to [S6II/1M,) F^sftJiuii (l&5QfI.), 

""B watershed between the Biafa and the Dnnajao and dcBCCiiil 
1^/g M.) Kamionka in the KriStowa VaUey. 

■alha va 


288 Route 51. BIELITZ. 

279 M. Heu-Bandec (Rail. Restaurant). The town (pop. 15, 700), 
2 M. off, lies in a plain, on the Dunajec Railway to Eperjes^ see 
p. 351. 

We cross the Dunajec, follow its left bank to (285 M.) Marcm" 
howice, and enter the yaUey of the Smolnik, At (330 M.) Mazana 
Dolna the Mszana Is crossed. The line proceeds throngh the Raha 
Valley to Rabka, with saline springs containing hromine and iodine, 
and (3391/2 M.) Chab6wka (1568 ft. ; RaU. Reatauranty 

Fboh Chab6wka to Zakopane, 33 M., railway in 2 hrs. — 18 M. 
Ifeumarkt (Nowy-Targ, 1642 ft. ; Hot. Herz), with 6500 inhabitants. Diligence 
daily in 6 hrs. to (24 M.) Bzozawnica (1640 ft.; Kwhaut; EOt. Martha^ 
R. 8-6, D. 4, pens. 8-10 E. ; Btdger\ a watering-place on the N. slope of 
the Carpathians, with alkaline-muriatic springs. To Tatra-Hohlenhain 
see p. 3G5. — 33 K. Zakopane (p. 366). 

Then N.W. to (344V2 M.) Jordandw (1447 ft.), and through 
the picturesque Skawa Valley to (36272 M.) Bncha (1095 ft. ; Bail 
Restaurant^ junction of a line to Siersza-Wodna (46 M. in 5 hrs.). 

To Cbaoow, 451/2 H., railway in 2Va hrs., via Kalwarya (junction for 
Bielitz^ see belnw) and JSkaunna (branch to Oitpi§einij p. 276). Thence to 
Cracow, see p. 276. 

To SiEBBZA-WoDNA, 46 M., railway in 5 hrs. — 51/2 M. Bkawee; 16 H. 
Wadowice (B-vil. Restaurant), see above; 25 M. Bpytkotoice (p. 276); 38 M. 
BoUcm (p. 276); 4IV2 M. TrzeUnia (p. 276). — 46 M. BierKa-Wodna. 

We traverse pleasant wooded valleys to (375 M.) Hucisko and 
descend into the Koszarawa Valley to (383 M.) Jelesnia (1374 ft. ; 
Bornstein^s Inn), whence the Babiagdra (5660 ft), the highest 
summit of the Besldds, may be ascended in 7 hrs. (guide and pro- 
visions necessary; splendid view from the top). — 390 M. Saylmseh 
(1128 ft,; Kail. Restaurant), Pol. ^ywiec (4500 inhab.), with an 
interesting old castle, at the influx of the Koszarawa into the Sola. 

"We now run through the valley of the Biala, which here foims 
the boundary between Galicia and Austrian Silesia, to (403 M.) 
BielitB (1023 ft. ; Kaiserhof; Grand Hdtel; Zauner; pop. 16,900), 
a manufacturing town on the Blala, with extensive woollen in- 
dustry, engine-factories, etc., and a handsome chateau with a fine 
park. Branch -lines to (3672 M-) Kalwarya (see above) and to 
f2572 M.) Teschen (p. 354). On the opposite bank of the Biala is 
Biala (pop. 8300~), another busy trading and industrial place. 

At (410 M.) Dzieditz the line joins the Oderberg and Cracow 
railway (p. 276). 


Prom (Trieste) Pola or Fiama to Spalato by Sea . . 
Frem Zari lo Knin. The Ketka Filli add ScarJoDS, From 


Tralj 300.~S.lOQI., Clisia, and th= Source of (be Jsder 
30(K303. — From Spalatn lo AJmJBaa b; land, 302. 

From Spalato to Cattaro. The S. Dalmatiiin iBlands 
CetrsB Waterfalti, 301. — Cittavucbla, SOI. — liland o 


ElcnrElon to Montenagio 


The kingdom of Dai.>i&ti4, the southernmost crown-lund ot the 
AiHlria-Hungaliui Monarchy, belonging to Oii'I.eithanfa, extends 
from the Qnameroio on tlie N. to tho hills on the Lake oCSrutari 
on the S., while on the E. it is commandea by the Velebit Mts,, 
Ihe Dlnarlan Alps, and the monntainous regioa of the Herzeguiina 
and of Montenes^D. TheW. aideorDalmatiais washed by the Adria- 
tic, the Seno AdriXtico of mariners, which from time ItomBuioriil 
has been the highwiy of trstflo between Eiat and West. Ooistlng 
Teasels nsually steer within the bolt of islands which protect tlie 
Dalmatian coast, while the oppoBllB Italian coast ia almost endrely 
dettitote of shelter. The tide within these Islsnda rtsea to 
the DnuEual height af six feet. A caiistaiit current flows ^om 
OoTfa to Venice, causing in stormy weather the dangerous tides 
of the Qnamero. 

CoveTing an area of aUttle over 5000 sq.M., DniuatJa form* the 
.V.W. fringe of the Balkan peninsula, and consists of a coaat deep- 
ly indented with aumerous bays and fjords, (be eotrances to which 
are f narded by innumerable Islanda and reefs (imgli/, while the 
mainland is a monntsinDns region, culminating in the Telebit Mts. 
(5770 ft.) and the Oijen near Cattaro (6318 ft.), and forming a lofty 
platean descending abruptly to the sea, with crests nmning almost 
eXDluBitely from N.W. to S.E., parallel with the Dinacian Alps. 
The Islands and peninsulas whlr,h haie been formed by subaidence 
of portions of the land also run In the same dfrection, except the 
snuthem islands at Bratta, Leeina, mi Cmtola, which lie from 
W". to E. The Dalmatians usually speak of east and west only, 
ignoring the other points of the compass, the former being suio or 
Inanle ('up'), the latter gib or p-metiU ('down'). The bienk and 
■teriie monntain-teglon Is badly watered, being intersected, in its 
length of 370 M., by nnly four rivers worthy of mention (Zermagna, 
^^■kt, Cetina. ffnrintn}, which are torren Is In Ihairnpper parts and 





are aeuly iiy ia summer. 0( iskss there la also > «o>.nilty, uid 
SB spring-water is not always to be found, the inhablUnta are aeme- 
llraes obliged to nse reservoirs. " 

Climate. The mean annnal temperatiiTe of the Dalmatian coast 
is about [i9° Fahr., but great Tsriationa are caused by the violent 
and chaiigenble winds. The winds from tlie sea briug moistiite 
and in winter wsrniti:. The Sciroccti (S.E. ; ForlvnaU, 9.W.), called 
at Ragusa 'the father of the poor', always altematea in winter witb 
the dreaded B^ra (Boreaa; called the 'wind oftlie dead'), wbifh 
deerends from the mountain -goigsa !n teiriflc gusts fre/oJi^, dan- 
gerous to the landsman and the mariner alilie. The S.W. wind is 
also very Tiolent, as may be gathered from an Inscription on tlie 
molo of Ragusa, where the waves tbiow up their foam to a height 
of 100 ft., and wrench the heaviest blacka of stone out of the pier. 
Tlie Bora pievails in winter only, usually from October to April, 
The proTailing wind in summer is the genial N.W. wind f'Jlfa*ii[raif J, 
which rises In the forenoon, blows steadily for seyeial honta, and 
generally snbEides at annsot. The water between the coast «nd the 
ialaud is ttimffected by these winds and is always calm, but Teiy 
rough water la often experienced on the voyages to Lissa and La- 
gosta and from Itagnsa to Pnnta d'Ostro. A heavy swell wltbont 
wind is known here aa llgtaii. 

Tegetable and Animal life. Slrabo calls Dalmatla sterile, on- 
suitable for agriculture, ^nd scarcely able to support jte populationr 
But in another passage he states that 'vines and olives abound, hut 
that the country had been neglected and its value had remained 
unlinown, probably on acconnt of the barbarity and predatory habits 
or the natives'. The natives have certainly Improved since Straba'a 
time, but the country, like moat limeatone regions, is stiil In great 
part deatitato of vegetation. As the heavy rains are apt to sweep 
away the best aoii, the inhabitants have great difficulty in caltivat- 
ing the mountaiii-alopes, where they frequently grow vines, flge, 
olives, and almonds in carefully built terraces. They have lately 
taken to eullivating the FyrtthTum cinerariae folium and the Chry- 
satithrmum (urrancum, from the blossoma of which, aomewhat re- 
sembling camomile, they prepare the Dalmatian insect-powdei. The 
flora of Dalmatia also includes rosemary, oleanders, myrtles, pome- 
granates, agaves, and the dstus, which cover the slopes and the 
islands, especially in the south. While the north pact of Dalmalia, 
far aa Sebenlco, i> comparatively poor, Spalato with its lUviera 
famed for tta wine, and the territcny of the farmer republic of 
Itaguaa is luxuriantly fertile, reminding one of Sirily. Altogether 
Dalmatia partakes more of an Oriental than a European charai't>'r 
" I even with Italy it has little in common. 

On the mountains are pastured Bocta of aheep and goats, win' 

the only beast of prey is the Jackal, which descends from the ant, 

timeifoundin thalslands of Qiuppaiia, Ciiriola, andr 


bioiiCello. The sea yields sit ftbuudtnt supply of Ssh. Among tbs 
v&rietieB peculUi to DaliDstli arc the gallo df num (Squalm caii- 
ciila and SquKlus caCuliie)i *''^B taEp-Iiko skin ot wMch ia aaed toe 
Bcruhbing tablea and ben>;hei ; the tcarpaia ntgra and rasta (Scai- 
pffina poccua and serofa), tha jiesee eolombo (Kaja pastinica), and 
Iho pace Tagno [Trachlnna draco). Tlie aliark [Squalus or Hesan- 
droa griseus), called by the lutlaua ptiee maneo ('Di.-llbb'J from ita 
eyes which resamlile those of an ox, though not a common flah, 
occurs HTccywheie, and eometlmea eodaugara bathers even at 
Trieste. Among the mcra abundant varieties are lampreys and 
mackerel, the lampitro, the ttpla (Se[)iB officinalis), the ailia (As- 
lacua mitinua, or lobster], and theriuo di man (EchianseeculentDa, 
or sea-nlchln). Sea-galls enliven every part of the coast. Where 
houBB-swallowE congregate there is sure to he fresh watiir near. 

The FopulKtioii of Dalmatia (about 592,000) la chieBy of tbe 
Servian- Croat) an race. In the north it is purely Croatian, in the 
BOUlh entirely Servian, in tho towns partly Italian (to which raoa 
belong ahout 16,000 inhab.}. Zara ia particular Is almoat entirely 
Italian, but eieiynbere else the 'national' or Slavonic element ia 
gradually ousting (he 'autonomous' or Italian. The Croatlana are 
maiuly Roman Catholica, the Servians Qreek (non-united) Cath- 
olics. Aa far as tlie Narenta the country- people are called Morlaks, 
but furtber to the ionth, as at Ragusa, the name ii a term of re- 
proach. Ther are remarkable for thoir flne atatuie and picturesque 
costumes. Thu usual costume of the men conalets of a email cap or 
fez without shade Ikajia), or a tutbao fjwstif, Turkish tor 'towel'; at 
Itaguaa ManikJ; a brown woollen Jacket, richly embroidered f^f^tnaj; 
a linen veat ikroiet), and another vest embroidered with silver and 
several rowa of filigree buttons (jactrma); a, cloak (kaianica) of 
coarse cloth iJiaia^with a houd (kuhuljica};t red woollen sash (pat); 
a leathern girdle [pTipainajaca} na a receptacle for weapons, pipes, 
lite. ; galtctii with a multitude of hocks and eyes (dokoljtjf^et and 
bisve); Sloe k i nga f cape, Utlukt, naptnnioei, or nadoftooeij; aandala 
(opankt) or ahoca (djmtlic or nttivt) ; and > wallet (lorbiai). The wo- 
men also wear aandals or shoes. Their usual dreas Is a blue (modtlna) 
or white (bjtlaeaj uuder-garment, with a linen fbemiiea} or woollen 
(ladak, made of a coarae cloth called roiA) jaoket or frock, sleeve- 
less and open in front, a bodice fkroztlj, and an apron (prtgaca). 
The Italian Dalmatian calls himself ft Ddlmata (adject ive.ddfmuto). 
Eiitor?. Anciently an independent kingdom, Dalmatia was 
subjugated by the Bomans under Augustus and annexed to the 
province of lUyricum. Afterwards oconpled by the Qoths, and In 
590 by the Avars, it came in 620 Into possession of the Slavs, whose 
state was broken up at the end of the 11th century. Part of the 
land waa then conquered by the Hungarians (1102), white tha 
^WClndet, the later Duchy of Dalmatia, placed itself under the 
^^baBtlnli of the republic of Venice , from which part of it was 



iflerwardB wrealed by tte TutkE. By tbc Pe»eo of KariowiW (1099) 
llid hy that of Pussirowiti (niB) the preBent Dalmatis, witti Ihe 

~ n of tbe rcpDhlic of Rs.giiai (which was deprived of ita ii 
dependensa by the French In 180G), wbb secuied to Vonfce. Hy 
the Pe»ce of Cimpo Formic (1797} It becnme Aualrlan, In 1805 11 
was stticbed to the kingdom of Italy, in 1810 to Illyria, and since 
1814 it has again belonged to Austria. 

PUb BfToB 

nuntht I 


B for I 


April anil Hay and from Ihe middle afSepMrnber 

teamm {rram Triesle], the BuneiHaa^nlUa 
the flieamon or the otbar esmnanlai (tickei 
I Ibaa on boardi. OlmUr ticket) (vmlid h 


iteamen (frora Fiuma), ' 

a^e cheaper at the agei 

30 itayB) from Trieale, Fjume, ur jruia to \ALimru ana [ibck vi a. ou a., idol 

3 dayi* peuilaD In the H6tel Imperial at Eagn.ia. The Interior mtf be 

eiplorsd with tlie aid of tbe railways rroin SpiJalo and Aenfcs to Aln, 

from itMowii or Oranua to Sardjico (eee It. S6}, and tiom Orawia li> 

TriMn/i aul Cmlrlaiimo. There ure alio numeniu) dillijeiiceB. CarrlaSH 

'IliB falloKipg >bori tour Is reBammeDded to liui 
(letOayl^Uamer from Flume or Trleetg to Folai {2nd) Z 
and BieuFiliin to tbe Kerka Phils; (tlh, Gth) Spalalo, .. 
(Bill, Tlh] Baeosa, Omklo, CaooDia; (Sib) Oastalauoio, Ca 
to L'eUnja and backg (lltli, I2th) Retsra to Flame or 

I tmposalble 1< 

(3rd) eebenKv 
ma, and Tnli i 
iTUi (9tb,10ih) 

«einenU (which « 
icomplOii tbil 
md shoaM be 
tonn (iO-H) di 

>yB) in Dalmalia, I 
by ap«c]»l iteamers ftom Trlesle, annually otEaaii 
Jr Sm in April, May, and Seplomber, will be Toand i 
ellert. Inclmlve mliirn-rirea ftum London, adoi 
iranmes may lie obtaloed at my of Uu-ars. Oook 
" ~ who do not 

the lane o 
and tbe c 

mllneaa i 


i, Ihongb Bl 

lag the pa«Bel>gei 

with tbe HtaaiDar 

(SeDond-elnii paai 

Faaaport deii 

dialeet), tboagh II 

irband, j 

id by Mm-: Moj. fgul 
: 96-4BI, Detailed pro- 
will, on the icbDie, flnil 
y Ihe food is IndlB^renl 
leson (Jan. to Ibe end 
' telegram. Tbe d^hl 

r. 60, .upperajr."5j*, 

jpeclelile and Irn^twortby, are often OennaDi, 
lion may be obtained at their elaUoni. The 
ivided [or. 

irry the tiiTeller along the whole eoaat i Oei- 
luegro, ii Cairly well Dnderstood, In lbs in- 

■ ■■" • Bome knowledge 

.0 lame BlaTnnte 

ehtelly spokea on the eoaal, 

Kapa. Tbebest are (hoaei 
I.eabner'B qalTe»ily bonk-Ib 
and or 1 : %ll),OOU (iK.TOh. p 

LO lanraagee Qirautirally 
u is ahea anderitaod. A 

eoul, the atriet Slaronls tpelllng U onen m(»dlfi>»l. 

imle "of" rw'oOO "tl X. i-or i*""^) 

r from (Trieatej Fola or Fiume to Spalato 

oDSu I week In Ifii/, h». (Jl A. (U A. i tbe alGamer i 
1 OmWnOi nlBO iB»ll.-toiiQiboaM 4 timos weakly vW Po 


B I3Vt lin. t 

d HDVUgllB 

i Clrk 


b; Sea. 

Fala, Bea p. '21'^. The gteaniur paisos the UUnilB of E/nfe, 
riinMofc, and Simrgo, and toucties st [41 KiiaU~| Laitln-FIoBOlo' 
(1161. Hafmann, R, 3-4, pons. T-10 ff., HCf. rMofion^; ftn». 
n-itti, Adrla, FundichM), tho eliluf pott of the Ijjland of LuMin irid 
tho busiest tt»iliijg-plBra imorig tho ielandi of Hie Quariioro (pop, 
ri'JOO). Its aheltcrad situation hua recently msde it a health-resort 
for coniumpllvo patlonls. In the N, part at the ielaad rises the 
dBKTo (1930 ft. ; BBuent from LuiBin- Piccolo in S'/a hr*.)- About 
2l/gH. toUiiiS. lleaflioaii]BUeTtow[iotZ.u«fn-Orantie(UOt.llo[F; 
Tent, Archiducho^sa Senata, R. 3-3, board fj /T.; Peni, Johannea- 
hof, 7i/j-9 A^,), with demyed pnlaees and a villa of Ambdiike Stephen. 

Tl« Kiriui BnAuaas nf Ihn Hunearlao- Croatian Co. from Piuax to 
7,m iSi KDoWl^gD throu^b IboCanDM dJ Jfuio, bulwuil CwHu 

■ loncblof al ll'( 
rertb Mtlnt), and Cl'irte i 

e ilfiit, I 
II Mil., Id 

IS Qiiarairoln ( 

..f Arbe) ( , , , 

flM aal Ibreogh Iha <Jmalt M Zara. 

iitta Merlatea, betwoFO tbc coait and 1 
at Olrkvanlga i'Tlterapta Paiact Boul, 

It. 8-10, u. 1, D. evi, pa»- s-la Jr. i a^w ^iAa'. 
-'- - aoJ al '- ■■ ■ ■■ - 

d lalatit 

Th( sloai 
IudYi, and t< 


KtfKai BOI. Aaram), oneg a nolDploni liaualot piralsf, 
DkHils lit Um vTikolu, and lareral pUoea on Iha lilindn n 
mill eofo. Thd lesiKir) ti rar Untr Iban on lbs Irip tbn 

niFiii CMUilfl, 
( (81u>. /ra«) 

,1, Quafw 

toiicllea at the lilind of Sclae. 
H7 KiintB. Zara. — Botala. 'HAt. Bustui. (PI a ; D. 8), BKa Franccia 
Hiuiiajipa, Dear (ba (tumboat qiur, R- R'/i-ii/i, H. SVii pom. tTomiK. 
•0«a»o iMw. (PI, hi 11,3), mar lUa oatbadtal ) Hfiiai Vafob* (PI. a 
n, 3), Flaiiada Marina, — ?lo gairlt«aa in Iba nuay, tntlsr 110, with oai 
1 X. 30 ft, (barialn bsfonluuid). 

Kaitaurant, I'lU, liiva Fraacueo (lluauima, — OaMa. (Iran OafI Cm^ I 
r B, 8)_i OiKiiiaetaA, Plaaw dal SlKDorli Oc^ | 

mur, Hlth dipot or Ualnallin 

« m, . 

, !), Ulta Piahceieo Oliiisnpa. 
- Lloid Sntuaa Orriut, Pfaiiiil 
cuMnirppO) IE* balbg at Aar-gaii 

lUli, lit iUiii. 

)' (rom 

intactDta <if 'BoxoUa Haruc 

- , _- Iik'b gruw on Ibe Uioealonn- 

PuUica). Tba llqnaur li dlitlUtd In Jnly, Aatnit, and Beptoi 

^_81aT. Zudar, the Komnn Judtr, the cnpitsi of DnLmatia, , 
wn of thoroughly ttiitia 

pirtnreaquely on a pBiiiiiaula itret tiing from S E to V W , on the 
Canale di Znra It is a hns) lively pU e to which the r-oWnmes 
of the Morlaka (p 291) impart an Intereetuig air of laiiety The 
strong fottifloilioiu Jiaso been MtiTerted into prcmennien 

From the UndinK-placo on the Riva Frantaeo Oiaitpp4 HUti 

Muova), neat the Hot. Bristol [p. 292), we foUgw the unay to tta 

sr the Poll Office rarn to the tilht to the Plazia dd 

■ I'-n,. ijjiBbvi i_iJ, ^ot,). wc luuuw ino i|uaj n 
le Poll Office rarn to the tight to the PUiaa d 

to Sjialalo. ZAKA. SS. Bouti. •i^O 

Erba (PI. A, 2"). Straight on is tha ArchitjiUsopal Palace (PI. 1], 
behind it San Donato (see belov) and the cathedral (see lielow) ; to 
the left are »n antique Corinthian column, crowned with a griffin, 
ODCe used «s a pillory, and the SeiTiD,n chutcb ol SanC Elia; to the 
right (approached by the Tia Santa Haila] the conventual chorcli of 
Snnla ^ur/a, which on the wsll to tbe right contains > punting of 
"Chrtit atid Mary, under glass, hy an unknown oiaiter (perhaps 
Tintoretto?). — The ancient obotch of 'San Donalo ('MaBeo'i 
PL B, 2], waB erected In the 9tli cent, on the foundations and partly 
wltli tbe materials of a Roman temple, the stylobato or base of whiab 
hu been brongbt to light. The church is a round building in two 
etorles, each with aii pilUrs and two columns, a tribuna, and two 
apses towards the W., and is now used as a Museum (sdm. on ap- 
pliealion to the janitor In the Piazza delte Erbe). To the left, on 
the diet pillar, is an inscription which has tod to tba belief that tbe 
temple was dedicated to Juno Augusta, consort of Emp. Augustus. 
Tbe upper story contains relies of the Christian period. 

The •CiTHBUEAi. (Sanl' Aiuataiia ; PI. B, 2), a basilica In the 
Bomanesque style, buUt in I^SO-ISSO, with a rich facade of 1324, 
uontains Gothic cbolr-stalls of the 15th cent., and an inCeiosting 
rrypt and treasury. 

From the cathedrat we fallow the Via del Duomo to the 8.E., 
which under vsrioua names inteteccts the town to tlie PiazKu della 
Colonua (see below), and take the first turning to the left (Via Santa 
Barbara), which lesds to the Porta Marina and Riva Veccbia. In 
the second side-street lo tbe right is tbe Romanesqne church of 
Son Grijopono (PL B, 2), of tha 13th cent., with modetniied interior. 
The Porta Marina, on tbe Inside q( which a Latin InBcrlptlon records 
the Battle of Lepanto (1571), is partly bailt of fragments from » 
Romsn tomb. Retaming to the Via del Daomo, we now follow 
(to the left) the Via Larga and Via Santa Caterlna to the PuziA 
iiBi SioNOBi (PL 0, 3), In which, facing us, is tha Loggia, formerly 
a court of justice, with the Toion Ubrary. To tho left are a Clock 
Tower (PL 3) in the Venetian style and on the S.E. side the Afuni- 
eipio. — At the end of thoViaOarrtera, to the right, la the Oowrnot^a 
Retldmee (PI. 2)-, on tbe left, the church otSan Bimeone (PI. C, 3], 
containing tbe 'Area or reliquary of tbe saint, made by Francesco 
da Sealo in 1377-80, plated with silvpr, and borne by four bronze 
angels, cast at Venice In 1647 with the metal of Turkish cannons. 

To the E. is the Fluiza i>bli.a Golonna (PL 0, 3), on the left 
side of which rlees a fine antique Carinthiaa Column, and on tbe 
right the massive tower of Btiovo tCAntona (PL 4), a splendid 
point of view (key at the commandsni's office). Opposite are the 
Cinipie Fosti ('Ave fountains'), erected in 1574, probably in part 
with Roman materials. From this ptaiia we uoend to the 
mard hio PvbbUco (PL 0, 4), laid out on an old bastion in 1830. 
^BhlloviDg the Profiwnadt, to the left (N.) of tbe Piazza della 


296 Route 52, SEBENICO, From Pola 

Colonna, past the Oiardino Wagner (PI. G, 2j with the Riva Vecchia 
and the Dogana below us to the right), we reach the Campo CasteUo 
(PI. A, 1) at the N. end of the town, with the Theatre and the church 
of San Francesco (containing a crucifix of the 9th cent, and fine 
choir-stalls behind the high-altar), whence we may turn to the W. 
to the Riva Francesco Giuseppe (p. 29 i). 

Outside the town beyond the Porta di Terraferma (*land-gate'), 
erected by Sanmicheli in 1543, is the BUdekovid Park (PI. 0, 4), with 
luxuriant vegetation and a beautiful view of the island of Ugljan and 
the Yeleblt range. Farther on is the Albanian village of ErUzo. 

Pleasant trip (5-6 hrs.; boat Q K.) to the (1 hr.) island of Ugljan. We 
land at OUre and ascend to the (IV4 hr.) Fort San Michele. To the S. of 
Ugljan is the Isola Lunga^ with stalactite groUoes. — Fbom Zaba to Kkin 
(see p. 297), 62 M., diligence thrice weekly in 12 hrs. (fare 15 K. 16 h. ; carr. 
about 40 K.) through the dreary Bukovica, vi& (21i/t M.) Benkcvae. Beyond 
(441/s M.)^ KUianje is a Roman arch with two passages, popularly known 
as the Suplja Crkva ('pierced church"). 

From Zara the steamboat threads its way between the mainland 
and a fringe of islands, passing Zara Vecehiaj and then turns to 
the left towards the Canale di Sant^ Antonio ^ which is flanked by 
precipitous rocks. At the entrance, to the right, is Fort Ban Niceolb, 
built by the Venetians in 1546, as the lion of St. Mark over the 
gate indicates. About 6 hrs. after leaving Zara we reach — 

128 Knots. Sebenico {Hdtel-Restaurant ^Krka; rail. stat. ^/aM. 
to the S. of the townj pop. 10,100), Slav. Sihenik, picturesquely 
situated at the mouth of the Kerka, commanded by the three castles 
of Barone (named after Baron von Degenfeld, its gallant defender 
in 1647), San OiovanrU (view), and Sanf Anna, The ^Cathedral, 
with its raised choir, tribuna, and two apses, and a dome 100 ft. 
high over the centre of the transept, was erected in 1443-1555, and 
has recently been restored. To the right of the choir is the Baptistery, 
Opposite the cathedral is the Loggia (1522), now a caf^. — In the 
Giardino Publico a marble statue of Nicolb Tommae^Oj the author 
(1802-74), by Ximenes, was erected in 1896. 

To THE Falls of the Eeska and Scabdona (10 M. ; carr. 8-10, with 
two horses 10-12 K.) the road leads through the impressive solitudes of inland 
Dalmatia. In the distance to the E. towers the Dinara (6008 ft.); on the 
right rises the Mte, Tdrtaro (1628 ft.), and on the left lies the lake of ProTcl- 
Jan. At the village of Qulin the road divides, one branch leading straight 
on to DrniS and Knin (p. 297), the other descending to the left to 
Scardona. The carriage follows the right bank aa far as the mill, whence 
we descend on foot in a few min. to the *Pall8 of the Kerka (Bkardin^ki 
8lap)y which descend in a number of cascades, the main fall, in five or 
six leaps, being about 180 ft. in height. On the left bank are several fall- 
ing-mills (fotatoj), an insect-powder mill, an electric station, and the 
Pumping Bouse where the water is forced to the top of the hill In order 
to supply Sebenico and its railway-station. From the Lotcer MUU (small 
Osterial, we may either walk in */« hr. or take a boat in V* hr. (prefer- 
able \ i K.) to Bcardona, situated on a hill amidst rich vegetation (*Caf^ 
to the right about 4 min. up the main street). A ferry (K) A.) sets us on 
the left bank at the end of the road ascending in curves, where the carriage 
is in waiting. Then via OuHn (see above) back to Sebenico. 

Fbom Sxbbmico to Knin, 59 M., DaUnatian State Railway in 3V« hrs. 

3PALAT0. 53. Routt. 

iB formed of upright trioliB gvetlnpping eacli other like Boalei. 1 
rnof iuA Che nliiilons, except the Jnnette over the chief entran 
are loodern. 

The iNTKEiDi is t2 fl. In diuocler. Klght colamnB, 23 ft. high, I.... 

porpliirj), IIi&fl.UlKH, which were once ornwneil williilaloei. 'solween 

liBtdg, etF. ThB wiDl below iro relieved wilb nicbu. The mirble pnl;lt 
and tbE csrred ohoir-il^illi irB Romknesque. 

Dtet the musslva colonnule of the cathedral, in the 13th cent., 
was erected tiie 'Campaaitt, into which several ancient «eulpturee nre 
built. Splendid view from the top (aacent tlirough the bnlldiDg-shed), 
A bnge ac&ffolding bss enclosed the tower einoe 1S62, A little to 
the S. of it is an t^gyptian Sphinx, broken hy a falling itone, pop- 
ularly nailed Grongona ('uian-«oman')i holding in her hstidi tlie 
son's dlBk, vhicb the natives take to be a 'pogszza' (loaf of bresii]- 

At the end of a lane to the W. of the cathedral is the Battittero 
di Bui OioTUUil (PI. 1 ; apply to the eacfiatan of (he cathedral}, 
supposed to have been the private temple of the palace, dediuted 
to Jupiter or .^Hculapiuj. It it an slegant Corinthian edillcc, «ltb 
a coffered Ceiling and a fine frioie. To the left of the altar is the 
marble sarcophagus of the Srst bisbop of Spalato, Johannes of 
Ravenna (d. 680), 

We return to the cathedral and Ibcuco turn to the left (H.) by 
the Dlita Porta Aurea to the Pouta Aubha, the landward palace- 
gate recently brought to light, through which led the road to Salona. 
Ootalde (he gate is the ijiardiao Puhbtleo (GradskI perlvoj). We 
now relurn to the E. Front, the gate of which (Porta Aisriua) haa 
diaappeared, Against this ia built the — 

*Hnsenm(lst section; director Fr.Bulii). Uosloftheanti4ultiea 
are froni .^alana. 

ViBTiBDLi. la D. Barlf-Obriilian garnniibaiiu wltb repreHslatlOD of 
(bB Good SUaiibgrd, lid anBniatiedi lomliBtone with Greek lnKrlptltmi 
■tallies. — Rooii I: 3T9D, Ohriillan sareriphasaii wllb nllrt, Puiafs of 
the Red S<fa; 29 D. Large >arcophsKiii with HI ppolylgi andphndra, (ram 
Salona, fri>m admirably preierved^ endu and lid crudely aiBEUIedt IftHA. 
VonuB aadCnpld-, KB, EBypilan iphlnj, beadletg, wllta Inscrlptioti i •lltU. 
•SarcophiKDi wllb the hrnrl of keleagar, wbleh ronueilr il'iDd on lh« 
tlepf of the Bapiiatery. — Boom lli Idoli, Irlnketi, needlax, dice, nan 
ringJi, broDCtiei, fine glui TDtieli, 110111 bupmsn, bronu raiet, aealin), 
mlrmra, lampt, nms, pottarj. Valuable eollectioD of oDlBti bead of 
Hereolei (a call; tbe FranclicaBK at Sin] Have tlu original). 

Tbfe* oltaer eectloni of Ibe ntueum arc wtalblted neat lbs Oym- 
nailuiB. Tbg 2nd eeeliOD, tn Ibe Caia Dimilioilt, eontalDS beaulKul laic^ 
pbtcl, Inlereiting Chriattan inscrinllona, medlBval Croal laieripllDni, eM. 
Tbe Srd lectiOD, Oisa Brijloovlf, aad tbe 1th lecUoa, Caaa OtUidl, alM 

Tbe BKviaoxs'ur 8pal<to allVird leveral beautiful iralki. The lo^ 
cburcbyard or Son Sltfann, wllb it* InttrellluE lombrtunea, lie* at tbe H.W, 
an^le of Ibe barb'>nr (2(1 mill,). — A (lony road to Ibe W. aaaeBda (he 
(>/t b'.) 'Mma Uarian I&84 li-l i aiUnilva panorama fram Iha top, — Tlia 
monaiiery of Simla Maria dH Aliidf i> raacbed by a road 10 tbe K. of 



296 Route 52, SEBENICO, From P6la 

Colonna, past the Oiardino Wagner (PI. G, 2j with the Biva Veeekia 
and the Dogana below us to the right), we reach the Campo Cfutdlo 
(PI. A, 1) at the N. end of the town, with the Theatre and the ohviek 
of San Francesco (coataining a crucifix of the 9th cent, and fine 
choir-stalls behind the high-altar), whence we may turn to the W. 
to the Riva Francesco Giuseppe (p. 29 i). 

Outside the town beyond the Porta di Terra ferma ('land-gate*), 
erected by SanmicheU in 1543, is the Blahkovid Park (PI. 0, 4), witk 
luxuriant vegetation and a beautiful view of the island of Ugljan and 
the Vclebit range. Farther on is the Albanian village of ErixMO, 

Pleasant trip (5-6 hrs. ; boat 6 K.) to the (1 hr.) island of UglJaa. Wa 
land at Oltre and ascend to the (LV4 hr.) Fort San Michele. To the 8. of 
Ugljan is the Isola Lunga^ with stalactite grottoes. — Fbom Zaba to Kill 
(800 p. 297), 62 M., diligence thrice weekly in 12 hrs. (fare 15 K. 16 A.( «m 
about 40 K.) through the dreary Bukovica^ vi& (217s H.) Benkovae, Bt^ttA 
iWl2^l.\KistanJe is a Roman arch with two passages, popularly kiawm 
as the Suplja Crkva ('pierced church"'). 

From Zara the steamboat threads its way between the malnlani 
and a fringe of islands, passing Zara Vecehiay and then tamt to 
the left towards the Canale di Sanf Antonio j which is flanked hj 
precipitous rocks. At the entrance, to the right, is Fort 8cm iVKeeoA, 
built by the Venetians in 1546, as the lion of St. Mark OTorihe 
gate indicates. About 6 hrs. after leaving Zara we reach — 

128 Knots. Sebenico {Hdtel-Restaurant ^Krka; rail. stat. ^/ilL 
to the S. of the town; pop. 10,100), Slav. Sihenik, pictureBqafllj 
situated at the mouth of the Kerka, commanded by the three oastifli 
of Barone (named after Baron von Degenfeld, its gallant defendei 
in 1647), San Giovanni (view), and SanV Anna, The *Caihedfdf 
with its raised choir, tribuna, and two apses, and a dome 100 ft. 
high over the centre of the transept, was erected in 1443-1555| aad 
has recently been restored. To the right of the choir is the BapiiiuK^ 
Opposite the cathedral is the Loggia (1522), now a caf^. — In the 
Giardino Publico a marble statue of Nicolb TommashOj the author 
(1802-74), by Ximenes, was erected in 1896. 

To THE Falls of thb Ebkka and Sgabdona (10 M. ; carr. S-iO, wilk 
two horses 10-12 iC.) the road leads through the impressive solitudes of Inlasd 
Dalmatia. In the distance to the E. towers the Dinara (6006 ft.)t oa the 
riglit rises the Mte. Tdrtaro (1628 ft.), and on the left lies the lake of JPrtU- 
Jan. At the village of Oulin the road divides, one branch leading strait 
on to Drnii and Knin (p. 297), tlie other descending to the left to 
Scardona. The carriage follows the ri^ht bank as far as the mill, whenee 
we descend on foot in a few min. to the ^Falls of the Kerka (SkardimM 
8lap)y which descend in a number of cascades, the main fall, in flyo or 
six leaps, being about 130 ft. in heijiht. On the left bank are seyeral fall- 
ing-mills (fotatoj), an insect-powder mill, an electric siatton, and the 
Pumping House wiiere the water is forced to the top of the hill in order 
to supply Sebenico and its railway-station. From the Lower MUU (small 
Osteriah we may either walk in ^/a hr. or take a boat in V« hr. (prefer* 
able ; 4 K.) to Bcardona, situated on a hill amidst rich vegetation (*Catf 
to the right about 4 min. up the main street). A ferry (iOh.) seta aa oa 
the left bank at the end of the road ascending in curves, where the eavriace 
is in waiting. Then via Gulin Tsee above) hack to Sebenico. 

Fbom Sbbsmico to Enin, 59 M., Dalmatian State Bailw^jr la 9^h& 

Tho INTBHIOB is 12 ft. In diBideler. Eight colnmnB, 23 fl. hiBl, benr 
as imbulBlory, on which stsnd sighl calnmbg (four of granite, foar of 
porphyrj), ll'/i fl- ^igh, which woro onoc arowncd wilh Blatnes. Belweon 

hsidi, elc. T^e WBlli belnw are relieved with olchu. Thi m&fhle pulpit 
and (he esT<red shoir-itnlli are RDmaninqDe. 

Over the massive lujlonnsde of tbe cstbedral, in the 13th cent., 
was erected the 'Camp anUe, into which several ancient BcuIpCnres are 
built. Splendid yiaw from the top(ascent throngh the buil ding- ehed). 
A hage EoafTolding has enclosed the tower einoo 1882. A little to 
the S. of it is an Egyptian ^hinx, broken by a falling atone, pop- 
nlariy called Grongona (_' man- worn an''), holding in her hands the 
sun's disk, which the natives take to be a 'pogazxa' (loaf of bread}. 

At the end of a lane to the W. of the cathedral is the BattliCaio 
di Bui OioTUllll (PI. 1 ; apply to tlie eanristan of the cathedra]), 
supposed to have been the priTate temple of the palace, dedicated 
10 Jupiter or ^ecuJapiua. It Is an elegant Corinthian edifice, with 
ft noffored ceiling and a flue frieie. To the left of the altar la the 
marble sarcophagus of the first bishop of Spalato, Johannes of 
Bavenna {d. 680). 

We retnm to the calhedis^l and thtiuuc (urn to the left (N.) by 
the Ulica Porta Anrea to tho Pohta AtiaBA, the landward palata- 
gate recently brought to light, through which led the road to Salona. 
Outaide the gate is the Oiardino Fubblko (Gradakl petivoj], We 
now return to the E. Front, the gale of which I.I'orU Aenea) has 
disappeared. Against this is built the — 

*Xaienin(lst section; directarFr.BuUc). Most of the antiquities 
are frem Salons. 

VisTinuLi, 13 D. Karlj-Obrislian larcophagus vUb reprguBtatian of 
Ihs Ooud Shspligrd, Ud nDBnlBhed; tombgtune wilh Oreck inscrlplloDi 
ilalDti. — RooBi: aiOD. Obrisllan saiBUi.hagui! with reUef, Paaiaga of 
Ibe Red 8eai2»D. L»ga sarcuphagni with Blppolrtai and Phsdra, from 
aalona, fninl admirably preserved, sodn and lid era duly exacBtedi IBSA. 
VCDUB and Cupid; SB. Egyplias iphiDi, beadleie, «ilh iDacrlpLlon i -131 D. 
•SarcophiEai wllb the hahl nf HeleagBr, which farmerly ilnod on the 
itepi of Ihe BaptlBl«ry. — Bdos II: Idoli, Irlnketi. necdlei, dlea, ear. 

iD?rron, lamp)' umi, pollery, ValBable colleollon of eolni| liead o^ 
Rerenles (a call) the Frannlicani at SInj havg the orlifoBl). 

Three OLher leclioDi of the muHum an uhlbltad near the Oym- | 
Daalam. The :hid seeUOB, Id Ihe Caia mmltriiTl j, eouUlDa beaulKul larcn- I 
phtg). inlere>Iioe Chrlslian Inaeripliona, mcdinrol Croat lucripllDBt, etc. J 
The 3rd aecligo, Ossc BrajlBovll, and the 4lh aecUon, Cua QUnrdl, altn 
(watain aircophsgi, inscrlplloaa, and (Srd seel.) archileclarcvl froemenli. 

The 8>visDHe oi- 8p>l>to affbrd eeveral buiuHtul walka. The lofty 
chnrchyarf of Sm Sufano, wilh iu inlerestlns tombslunea, Wet at the a.W, 
angle of the barbonr (aumin.]. — A Blony road to the W. ucende the 
(■/ihr.) •tUmUUoHm (bSltt.)i siMnsiva panDraroa from Ihe tnp.— The 
mODiulerj o( Santa Maria dH Ailudf !■ Feaebed by a road to the H. of 
^to.Harmoiilow Trg. After ■/• hr, wb divoree to Iha iefl, (1'hc road 
^■klit DD lead! to (be Boreagno, see p. SW.) The clolaldrs eonCela , 


. „. . . .0 aviii'.) 

Cutelveccbio, iFbere a truln mty be cauEbt (or Spalslo at for Sobuiico. 
We fbllow the Spnlnto and Saloni lOad to tlie point where it 
diTidsG fp. 30i> The road to Tml here turns to the loft &nd akliM 
the OiTVib CaslellJ, te&dlng throiigh the laiariHnt Klvieii of the 
StlU CaittUi, (even Tillages partly contiguous, whioh sprang up 
I aTonud old Venetian CBstlsB. These are, from K. to W., Su&iraf, 
I 'Oomilica((i!Abbadata), Kambtlovac[oTCambio), Lvklle(oT Vittvri), 
Cattebiieehlo (these Ave are railway-stations, p. 297), CaaUlnuDva, 
and Stafiteo. To theN., above Salona, fIbob the conspicnonB chapel 
of St. Qtorge (Sieti Jnre ; 22*20 ft.). Farther on, to the left, by the 
mill at Paladi, is a deep gorge, I'/j M. beyond which we reach — 
Trab {LoenndaPaitore; BUlOranlC at Cerao, both unpretending ^ 
Caff Marina, on the oaual), SIbt. Troglr, a town of 350O inhab. on 
- ail island in the CanaU diTraii, still quite nediffival in appearance. 
I Almost unique Is tlio Piatta del Signori with the 'CatiiedcaI:, a 
I basilica of the l^th Bont., enlarged in the 16tb and Ifith rent., with 
a enperb porch, Bculptuies on the chief portal, and three apses. The 
interior consiata of nave and aisles wiih two tows of pillars, fonr in 
each. Fine pnlpit and choir-stalls, Ttie Chaptl of San Oiaaanni cij) 
the left cnntalDB the remains of St. Urslnus (Itth cent.). The Bof- 
llilcry contains a relief of St. Jerome iu the wildamHss. The hsnd- 
BDine Qothio tower has windows with e]ic[iil!<ite tracery. Opposlto the 
cathedral, to the 8., Is the Loggia, with antltiue ooluinns, present- 
ing a perfect exauiple of a poblic court of Justice of the Venetian 
period, To the E. is the Opiina or town-hall, restored in i899. — 
A bridge conuecta Tt«il with the siibutb of Dua on the Islsud of 
that name. — To the W. rises the old fi-rl CamerUngo, with its 
large tower, one of the Sneat relics of the Venetian period in Ual- 


Kahwii (iinly Iwu (raina d»ili) lo Salona (B H.) in '/< T., W CI, 
(lAViHO i" 1V<1>'- (•>'« ■">° ^» »" O »>"J* V- «!)- I-'>'rc»l>lr :. 
OiBHiAail (to M<.n^ 3A, vitb two horaas i«K., wholB day B-10 ur 13-14 K. i. 

lul. Ifallmn ia spukBD at Silons and OlliJB, but not alwiys on Ibe ninlee 

The tTivellei who w&lks or drivee to (i M.) Salotia quita SpaUCo 
by Iha Manui aubuiTi snd ihu Siiij roaii. which skirts the rsilwaf. 
Jiist outside the tovii, on (he left, is the Rtiervoir of the Jiiler 
waler-woikafBeebalow). About 2 M. ftom thotown ia tba Dulmovac 
Chnptl (St. D