Anna Pillar stands on Maria Tracia Street in Innsbruck, Austria. It can be said to be the landmark building of this small town. There is a statue of the Virgin Mary on the top of the pillar. (It's a pity that the sunshine was so intense that the backlight was not very clear and the backlight was on the back of the statue of Maria.) There are also gold roofs, famous crystal shops and so on.
Standing on Maria & Tracia Avenue, the memorial pillar can be photographed against the background of Anna pillar and the snow mountain and golden roof in the distance. I would never know that this is the symbol of Innsbruck before I did my homework. History is everywhere in small towns.
This pillar is not an amazing sight, but it is located in the center of the city. It is also very busy in the cold early spring. It's basically a skiing trip in the past. From behind the pillar, you can see the snow mountain in the distance. The town's natural and cultural landscape is very well integrated.
Anna Pillar is the symbol of Innsbruck Hill City. She stands on the Cormaria & Tracia Avenue in the centre of Innsbru. This seemingly tranquil Anna Column records a historical dispute. In 1706, the privileged representatives of the Tirol State Council jointly financed the construction of the Anna Column in commemoration of the evacuation of the Bavarian army from Innsbruck in 1703. The pillar was built on July 26, which coincided with Anna's naming day, hence the name of the memorial pillar.
In Innsbruck Pedestrian Street, besides the golden roof, there is also a landmark building, which is the high drop of Anna Column. There is a supermarket beside it that sells fruits cheaply. Chocolate in another big supermarket is cheaper. There is also an ice cream shop, an ice cream cone with three euros and a ball. It eats very Happy food.