Go to Innsbruck, the mountain city of Austria. Located on the Bank of the Ine River between the mountains in Western Austria, the name means "Bridge on the Ine River" is the capital of the state of Tyrol. Located in the main road of the Alps, it is a famous skiing resort in Europe and a paradise for skiers. In addition, the golden roof of the old medieval urban area is famous all over the world.
A small piece of gold roof, a very beautiful Baroque style building on the left, along the golden roof side of the path back a little way, you can see the super beautiful Alps! ____________ With good luck, the sun shines golden on the snow on the top of the mountain!
To Innsbruck, of course, is to see the famous Golden roof, which is the landmark of Innsbruck, the "real price" golden roof. It has been more than 600 years so far. There are 2,657 gold-plated copper tiles on the three-storey balcony shining in the sunshine. On the balcony, there are relief emblems, symbols, and other characters in life, which are well preserved. It's a miracle. The Golden Roof is now the residence of the International Alpine Convention Office, with a museum on the first floor.
Innsbruck is a small town in Austria. This is the headquarters of Swarovski Crystal and the world's famous ski resort. The town is on the banks of the Yin River, and the Danube River, originating in the Black Forest of Germany, flows through it. The town is next to the snow mountain, the snow mountain in the Alps. The city was very busy. There was a gilded roof in the centre of the city. Baroque buildings and triumphal arches were the royal residences at that time. In order to distinguish it from civilian buildings, it is gilded. This is a valuable ancient building in the town. The open-air cafe is the characteristic of the town. I chose a seat at random by intuition and looked up to see the snow mountain under the sun. Against the blue sky, it looks very clean and dazzling. It's a pleasant life to drink chocolate and look at the people around you.
All the way to Innsbruck, Austria's fifth largest city, are the Emperor's Unloading Garden (hofgarten), the Emperor's Summer Palace, the concert hall, the famous gold roof (with gold foil, what you think is not good), the Rococo architecture, street artists with photographs, all kinds of beautiful cast iron shop tips.
Personally, I don't think there's anything interesting about it. Just standing on the street, I can see that the roof of a building is made of gold. It's about the size of glass at the rear of a bus. It's the decoration of some shops and walls in the alley that has some characteristics. The first picture on the right of the Christmas tree is the golden roof, and the rest is the characteristic decoration of the alley.
Insbrook, the capital of Tirol, Austria, is located in the Alps Valley. It has beautiful scenery and snow peaks around the mountains. It often passes through the mountains. Goldenes Dachl, built in 1500 to commemorate the engagement of the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I, is a late Gothic style. It transforms the old tall buildings into palace boxes with Gothic domes, from which you can directly watch the games and theatrical performances on the square. The golden roof is made of 3450 pieces of gold foil and copper veneer, hence the name of the golden roof.