Photographer's Note

This is an exhibiton room in Mozart's Geburtshaus (house he was born) in Salzburg. I was totally astounded by the creativity of design.

At the heart of Salzburg, the Getreidegasse, a house of the Salzburg business magnate and spices merchant, Johann Lorenz Hagenauer (1712-1792), is located there. He obtained it for the “Salzburg baronial chamber musician” Leopold Mozart and his wife Anna Maria Walburga in 1747. The Mozart family lived there for 26 years. The apartment, on the 3rd floor, consisted of a kitchen, small cabinet, combined living, sleeping (birth) and study room. Their seven children were born here, whereby only two survived infancy: 1751 Maria Anna Walburga (“Nannerl”) and on 27 January 1756 “Joannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangs Theophilus (Wolfgang Amadeus).

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