Salzburg, famous for wunderkind Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and the Salzburg Festival, has so much more to offer. Museums come to mind – in particular the Museum der Moderne Salzburg. The museum, housed in a newly built structure right on top of Salzburg’s Moenchsberg and in the Rupertinum in the centre of Salzburg’s quaint old town, is widely celebrated for its striking premises. In recent years, it has held impressive solo exhibitions by female artists in particular and groundbreaking exhibitions of modern and contemporary art in general. Some of the most distinguished works on view are part of the General Foundation Collection, which agreed to permanently loan its top-class collection of contemporary art to the museum.