Salzburg’s Cathedral, or Dom, is a restrained exercise in classic Italian Baroque, topped with green bronze domes. Mozart was baptized here, and the building was completed in 1628.
Highlights include the light-filled atrium and dome, the crypt with its Romanesque foundations and tombs, and the statues of angels surrounding the altar.
The Cathedral Museum tells the history of the Cathedral’s construction and artworks.
The Cathedral is in the Old Town on the southern bank of the River Salzach. The Domplatz is the site of Salzburg’s famous Christmas Market.