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What this location says about itself
Automatic translation by Google :The Imperial Palace in Innsbruck, next to the Hofburg and Schönbrunn Palace in Vienna's three most important cultural buildings in Austria. Duke Sigmund let them build the Rich in Coin, as he expanded the existing castle grounds. Later resided Emperor Maximilian, the Bavarian rulers, the Habsburgs, and again briefly the Tyrolean folk hero Andreas Hofer in it. Magnificent state rooms, like the giant room, guard room, the Chinese room, the Kredenzgang and the Hofburg Chapel testify impressively powerful and wealthy rulers of this bygone epochs. In the same building complex is also home to the famous Café Sacher, where you can leave in style with coffee and cake, the beautiful impressions in review.
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