The “Salzburger Stierwascher” (bull washers)

During a peasant uprise in the year 1525 Salzburg was under a siege. The city’s population was soon suffering from hunger and fear, because only one single brown bull was left. But then the commander of the defending troops had a surprising idea. Come to visit Salzburg – during an interesting guided walking tour you will hear more details about his plans and the origine of this strange nickname.

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