Photographer's Note

Going a bit further back in the archives for this picture. Image quality isn’t optimal, but it didn’t take away any of the charm from this tiny café located in one of the busiest sections of the city.

The Hagenauerplatz is a small square in the Getreidegasse Lane in Salzburg′s Old Town. It is almost always crowded, because the birthplace of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is located here. It is named after the Hagenauer family, a dynasty of merchants who were the landlords of the Mozart family. On the side opposite Mozart′s birthplace, the Hagenauerplatz is ended by an old gate.

For it’s size, this square sure had a lot to offer, but I was most drawn to this tiny café tucked away in the corner of this already confined space.

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