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The Innsbruck webcam online allows you to view urban landscapes from the Havelekarspitze mountain.

This peak is located on the Nordkette ridge. Its height is more than 2,000 m. It offers a panoramic view of the ridge, the Inn River and the city.

In Innsbruck, whose webcams are available on the site, the Imperial Palace is an impressive attraction.

Its construction was completed in 1500 under Emperor Maximilian I (1459-1519). This masterpiece of the late Gothic style was repeatedly captured by Albrecht Dürer. His paintings show a late Gothic courtyard with a covered staircase, a tower, and women's quarters (or "women's rooms"). The reception room, which today is known as the "Gothic cellar", was built in the style of a large hall with columns and vaults. The Rennplatz in front of the Imperial Palace served as a competitive arena to please the sports-loving emperor.
Nearly 250 years later, Maria Theresa (1717-1780) visited Innsbruck Palace and considered it behind the times. In general, since 1665 it has been almost uninhabited. The governor, who ruled Tyrol on behalf of the emperor, lived on the first floor. The executive quarters on the second floor, which had been reserved for the imperial family, were empty. Maria Theresa organized the rebuilding of the palace in the Viennese late Baroque style and sent her best artists to Innsbruck: Konstantin von Walther and Nikolaus Parkassi. Martin van Meytens and his students, as well as Franz Anton Maulbertsch, designed the interior of the building. Repairs were interrupted by the Seven Years' War and completed only in the 1770s.
After that, Maria Theresa decided to hold the wedding of her son Leopold (II) and Maria Ludovika von Bourbon here in 1765. The wedding took place in August and became a large-scale celebration with 2000 guests. The stormy celebrations lasted 14 days and were interrupted due to the sudden death of Emperor Francis I. Maria Theresa plunged into deep mourning and turned the room in which he died into a new chapel. Also at this time, the Arc de Triomphe was built in Innsbruck, which is a symbol of mourning and wedding.

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In addition, she founded a monastery where twelve noble Tyroleans were supposed to pray for the dead emperor for several hours every day.
In the 19th century under Archduke Karl Ludwig (1833-1896), who was governor, the "inner apartment" was renovated. It was intended for Empress Elizabeth (Sisi). The court painter designed this room in the Rococo style. The furniture brought from Vienna was decorated with exquisite silks, which also served as curtains and wall coverings. Elisabeth stayed here only a few times, but her husband, Emperor Franz Joseph, was a frequent visitor to Innsbruck. Webcams are available online on the site. After the fall of the monarchy, the palace became state property. Today it is the third most important historic building in Austria. Today it is often used for significant events.
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