Salzburg is the fourth-largest city in Austria and the capital of the federal state of Salzburg. The city is surrounded by the Salzkammergut Mountains to the east, the Tennen Mountains and the Berchtesgaden Alps to the south and the Chiemgau Alps to the west.
Austria 2005, Sattler Panorama.
The Sattler panorama is a landscape oil painting created by the Austrian painter Johann Michael Sattler (1986 - 1847). It is a 360-degree panorama of the city of Salzburg and the surrounding mountain scenery as seen from the top of Hohensalzburg Castle.
The original Sattler-Panorama (25.53 metres long, 4.86 metres high) is on display in its own museum in Salzburg (Panorama Museum).
Austria 2013, Stamp Day 2013.
The stamp shows the former Salzkammergut Lokalbahn, a gauge track operating between 1893 - 1957 from Salzburg to Bad Ischl with a branch to Mondsee. In the background a view from the north towards the city of Salzburg with Hohensalzburg Castle and summits of the Göll massif (left) and Untersberg massif (right) of the Berchtesgaden Alps.