The painting on the Goliath House (Goliathhaus) in Regensburg illustrates the legend of David and Goliath. The mural was created by Melchior Bocksberger in the year 1573.
This mural on an electrical substation of the TWN in Naumburg (Saale) shows a large substation, some vineyards and the famous cathedral of Naumburg.
The Braumeisterstube is part of the Sternbräu Restaurant in Salzburg. This restaurant was first mentioned in 1542 and offers several old and modern rooms for having a glass of beer or a traditional meal.
This mural on a private home in Lermoos (Tyrol) shows a replica of the probably most famous portrait of the singer Walther von der Vogelweide.
The Basiliskenhaus is situated at the Schönlaterngasse 7. The mural at this house shows a myth about a basilisk living in the well at the inner yard of the house and how a servant of a baker succeed in fighting this dangerous creature.
Mural dating back to 1810 seen in Saalbach, Austria. The mural is named Jägerbegräbnis and shows an odd funeral procession. The body in the coffin is a hunter (german: ‘Jäger’), the mourners of the funeral (german: ‘Begräbnis’) are animals. Have you ever seen such a mural or painting elsewhere?
Interesting mural seen at an abandoned building next to the railway station of Deutsch-Wagram. It shows a train dating back to the first days of passenger trains in Austria. At that time there was a train bringing people from Vienna to this place just for fun and having a good time outside the big city.
A pendulum clock as mural seen at a watch maker shop in Vienna.
There are so many photos showing the Schweizertor (Swiss Gate) of the Viennese Hofburg but have you ever seen photos of the frescoes inside the gate? Have a look at this set of photos presenting the frescoes at the ceiling of the Schweizertor.
On my walk through the old part of Udine I came across this fascinating decorations right under the roof. I guess there is a special term for this kind of decoration. How would you call this kind of deco in Italian or English language?
After leaving the Kunsthalle in Vienna where I visited two interesting exhibitions about fashion photography I discovered this cute painting of a fox hidden behind two benches.
This colourful house in my city is generally known as Gemaltes Haus (Painted House). Actually it was the seat of a duke until about 1450, so the official name is Herzogshof (Duke’s court). By the way the top down conifers were part of the Christmas decoration at that time.