Copper domes and rooftops of old Innsbruck:
The countryside starts right behind these town houses that overlook the Inn River.
Beautiful wrought-iron signs, some centuries old, hover overhead all over the old part of Innsbruck.
Innsbruck's most famous landmark, along with their ski jump, is the Golden Roof:
The Rococco facade of the Helblinghaus reminds me of an elaborately frosted wedding cake. The three-sided windows were to capture maximum sunlight in shaded city streets.
A copper kettle and pretzels provide an appealing interior for this Easter market booth.
Other scenes from around town:
Some of the lovely, rustic vignettes from the Weisses Kreuz Hotel, on city records as far back as 1465. Mozart stayed here with his father for a short period of time in 1769.
These carved wooden stamps were used to roll patterns on butter.
I love these unusual antique Tyrolean lanterns of carved wood with mountain goat horns: