File 143 – Vienna, Austria – Schonbrunn Pallace – Mirror Room

In this room, was the first concert given by the six-year-old Mozart in front of Empress Maria Theresa.

Mirror Room

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13 thoughts on “File 143 – Vienna, Austria – Schonbrunn Pallace – Mirror Room

    • Europe is the birthplace of modern civilization. There are many great places on our continent. But nowhere is more beauty, than in the country where you live, Italy. I love Italy, so any appreciation that comes from there, is special for me. Thank you “Luna?” or “Susabi?”, because follow my blog! I hope to find other interesting pictures there and stay with me, as much time! Warm greetings from Romania!

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    • You’re right San! It is an impressive place. The Habsburgs made Europe’s history for hundreds of years and lived in a fabulous luxury. Picture is not very quality, because it is a “stolen” picture! In that space is not allowed to take pictures. I know, it was not right gesture for me, but it is frustrating to visit such a place and leave without a small memory. You’re far away and i am glad that i can show you this picture (rare for an amateur photographer), from this place, full of history and art. You could write some lyrics for Hall Of Mirrors from Schonbrunn Pallace?

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    • The Habsburgs made Europe’s history for hundreds of years and lived in a fabulous luxury. I’m glad that i could to present this image, wich you find interesting! Your appreciation means a lot to me, because you have an “professional” artistic sense. Greetings from Romania Mister Ordiz and inspiration for your writing!

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    • You’re right Laura! Europe has many such places and one of them is in my picture. You are a citizen of the most powerful country in the world, but you must admit that Art is at home, on the European continent. I hope that you will take with you in the US, from my blog, pleasant memories about the art and history of Europe. Have you ever been in Europe?

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    • From a technical perspective, the picture is not perfect, because it is a “stolen” picture. There’s not allowed to take pictures. But it was frustrating to go out from this “sacred” place, without a little reminder (i did not use flashlight). I hope that the Austrians to forgive me, but it is a rare picture for an amateur photographer and the temptation was strong. Pleasant weekend, Francis! 😀

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