by Elisa, Salzburg, 1998
Anyway if you love history and music, this is a really interesting place to visit, much more than the other "Mozart" house in Salzburg, the one where they lived when Mozart started to be famous.
Getreidegasse (also known as Grain Lane) is a busy shopping street in the Old Town section of Salzburg. The house at no. 9 Getreidegasse is where Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was born and lived until he was 17. Originally called Trabegasse (derived from Traben - to trot) its name was changed several times to create the odd Cereal Street (literal translation of Getreidegasse).
Every day on this street you can see the famous 'puppet woman' with her brown basket. She has sold puppets there since 1987. (From Wikipedia)