Oh you are from Salzburg!
It is always amazing how many people know Austria and Salzburg in particular.
Some know the stories of their emigrated grandparents, others have planned their honeymoon in Austria and many would like to follow in the footsteps of “The Sound of Music”.
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The historic center of the city has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1996.
The most famous Salzburg composer is Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, born here in 1756. That is why the city is nicknamed “Mozart City” and the airport “Salzburg WA Mozart Airport”, as well as graduates and professors of the Mozarteum University Salzburg (such as Herbert von Karajan, Thomas Bernhard, Udo Jürgens and Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Carl Orff) internationally known.
In addition, the city is of international importance thanks to the Salzburg Festival (Salzburger Festspiele).
The Sound of Music
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Gifts from the heart for Austrian emigrants
You have friends, acquaintances or relatives who have emigrated from Austria to your country and would like to give them a personal and heartfelt gift? Give a piece of the emigrants’ homeland by sending a postcard handwritten in Austria from Salzburg. Salzburg is the birthplace and home of Mozart and the filming location of the world-renowned movie The Sound of Music. With a handwritten postcard you give not only a piece of home, but also already forgotten beautiful memories.
The joy of receiving a handwritten postcard is indescribable. That moment when you see the handwriting on the envelope and your heart starts beating faster, because it’s someone who cares about you. The feeling that somebody took some time to think about what they want to say and actually put pen to paper instead of typing out a message, just for you! The anticipation while opening the card and reading it from top to bottom with your eyes getting wider as each line gets read. And then finally coming across the signature at the end – that little piece that makes everything feel complete again.