This large old town square’s fame can not be attributed to any one thing. Rather, there are a series of little highlights. For example, it is surrounded by the Salzburg Cathedral, the Erzdiozese, the Michael Haydn Museum, the Erzbischofliches Palais, and the Kardinal-Schwarzenberg-Haus. Also on the square is the city’s second major horsewell, the Kapitelschwemme, built in 1732 by by Franz Anton Danreiter. It’s an elegant marble construct and has a statue of Neptune, god of the sea. The square is also one of the best places in the city to people watch as it is one of the most popular local hangouts.
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0.53% of people who visit Salzburg include Kapitelplatz And Kapitelschwemme in their plan
30% of people start their Kapitelplatz And Kapitelschwemme visit around 1 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Kapitelplatz And Kapitelschwemme
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kapitelplatz And Kapitelschwemme