Born out of the ashes of the Great War, the Salzburg Festspiele carries on Max Reinhardt’s dream of a Europe united through culture. Where other nations lionize inventors, generals or captains of industry, Austrians worship at the altar of high art. Opera singers are as famous as footballers and premieres at the Burgtheater are front-page news. […]
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