Travel & Sightseeing
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The Alps are a region which have this mountainous massif in common, but differ in so many other ways. What means: there is so much to see, to visit, to experience. Places we love to go from Slovenia to Switzerland, sights we love to visit, we will share it with you in this category.
Goldgasse, Number 12
Here you see the entrance of our Shop, down three stairs you see lovely handbags, funky decoration and traditional handicraft
Goldgasse, gold alley, is situated at the heart of Salzburg's historic city center. The small shopping alley begins at the square Alter Markt and leads to the square Residenzplatz. Another connection to Goldgasse is from Judengasse or Brodgasse. The name probably derives from the Middle Ages based goldsmiths and tin moulders. Goldgasse is a typical medieval street, which narrows and widenes, flanked by five to six storey houses, tortuous and twined. You will be searching in vain for right angles as well as major business areas. Many small, traditional family business are in this alley: antiques, arts and crafts.
Since the end of November 2007 a new business idea is located in this wonderful alley: the Alpine LIVE-Store MiaDeRoca
The Goldgasse 12 is known as Glockengießerhaus, bell founder's house, Schoenberg's house or Braumeisterhaus, master brewer's house. Goldgasse 12 housed in the 17th and 18th Century bell founder Jakob Lidl, Benedict Eisenberger and father and son Johann Oberascher.
Find individual handbags, unique messenger bags and funky grab bags in felt, canvas, loden or sailcloth
Benedict Eisenberger has among others crafted the bells of the monastery of Nonnberg and of the Erhard Church in Nonntal. Together with gunsmith Franz Sulzer Eisenberger developed in 1702 the drive mechanism and roll for the Glockenspiel, the chimes, on Residenzplatz. You can still hear their melodies daily at 7a.m., 11a.m. and 6p.m. Since 1618 the bell founder Oberascher exist in Salzurg. Founded as fürsterzbischöfliche, archiepiscopal, bell foundry and since 1670 unitl 2003, family-owned. In the year 1961, Oberascher produced the bells of the Cathedral of Salzburg.
Currently home to Goldgasse 12 are four shops:
Antiques Shop Höckner,
Commission House St. Andrä,
Bookseller and Art Dealer's Müller,
Alpine LIVE-Store MiaDeRoca
A lot to see: funny cups, stylish caps and finest procelain
- with handmade handbags from the Alps, fine porcelain from Vienna, handmade Klosterarbeiten, bonnets, accessories, jewellery and decoration for your home.
This store has accomodated a receiving office of laundry and dry-cleaner's of Mirabell-Coundé for over 50 years, a tradition which we will continue.
Mon-Fri 8.30am - 4.30pm
Sat 10.00am - 4.30pm
MiaDeRoca Alpine LIVE-Store
Our coordinates: 47°47'56.89" N, 13° 2'44.92" O
To shop virtually, have a look at: MiaDeRoa - Alpine Design Online Shop
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