Mirror, mirror on the Bräurup wall …
Many, many guests go to ours day after daylarge wall mirror opposite the reception. They admire him and askwhat it’s all about. Indeed, its fascinatingHistory that was even written down in some books, all the way to Viennacan be traced back to the end of the 19th century. A great ancestor plays oneimportant role.
Maria Schwaiger and theSplendid mirror
It so happened that the “Bräuruperin” MariaSchwaiger as confidante of the imperial family after the death of Archduchess Sophievisited their grave in the Capuchin Crypt in Vienna. After that she didstrolled through town, looked at the displays and promptly fell in love with oneMagnificent mirrors in a luxury mirror shop.
In Pinzgau costume with an umbrella underneathShe entered the shop with her arm and asked what this mirror costshould. The saleswoman eyed the “provincial” disparagingly and said: “This mirror is too expensive, you can certainly not acquire! “
The “Bräuruperin” reacted promptly with anger andHatred, and hit the mirror with her umbrella with full force untilthis one broke into a thousand pieces. So she replied to the saleswoman: “Now you will probably know how much he does costs, valid. “
The “provincial woman” thus paid the broken oneMirror and bought a new splendid mirror, which the saleswoman did withoutIf and buts gladly sold and had it delivered to Mittersill. This one dependsstill on the Bräurup ground floor.
Experience history up close
Even today people like to tell this often written story and admire the mirror anew every time. As well as many other great finds, which are closely related to the illustrious Family Chronicle are connected. We would be happy to show you these and other highlights on your next visit – do you already have one non-binding vacation offer requested?