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Public Buildings

Schloss Leopoldskron

Leopoldskronstraße 56, 5020 Salzburg

Leopoldskron Castle was built from 1736 to 1740 by Salzburg Prince Archbishop Leopold Anton Freiherr von Firmian as a family residence. The portraits in the ballroom (Four Seasons fresco) and in the chapel (Andreas Rensi, ca. 1740) are particularly worth a look, as well as stucco work by Johann Kleber that is among the most beautiful of its era. Leopold’s nephew Lactancius founded an important collection of 571 paintings that did not remain in the castle, which was rebuilt and expanded in 1870 in the classical style. After primogeniture rights were abolished in 1816, the castle frequently changed owners and residents. Among them were writer Julius Schindler, shooting range manager Georg Zierer—who sold the extremely valuable collection of paintings at flea market prices—and King Ludwig I of Bavaria. Max Reinhardt, director and co-founder of the Salzburg Festival, bought the castle in 1918. He ordered J. & L. Lobmeyr chandeliers for the castle, and a richly engraved glassware set in the baroque style. Today, at least the chandeliers in the Marble Hall are certainly from Lobmeyr. Reinhardt retained ownership of Leopoldskron until the property was expropriated on 16 April 1938. In 1937, he fled to New York due to the ever-growing danger to the Jewish people. It was not until the war had ended that the castle was returned to his heirs, who sold it. Today, it is home to a hotel.

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