Cast & Credits
Who is Who in "Alma"
The 10 Commandments
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Venue 2005
Castle Petronell, 2404 Petronell-Carnuntum, Austria
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Performances begin at: 8:00 p.m.
Duration: 3 hours 20 minutes, including a 30 minute intermission with dinner


Castle Petronell


The Castle Ballroom

Located half-way between Vienna and Bratislava, Castle Petronell counts, artistically and architecturally, among the most significant 17th century castles in Austria. Situated at the very edge of the Danube terraces, it was built at least in part on foundations existing since Roman times. The precise location of the foundations is the subject of an ongoing study.

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Ancestral portrait gallery Inner courtyard

The castle is located in the vicinity of the Carnuntum Archaeological Park and adjacent to the National Park March-Donauauen, and is thus not only a component of the largest archaeological excavation site in Austria, but also one of the most important nature preserves of the country.


The Castle Sala Terrena

With its location directly at the crossing of the Danube and the old north-south trunk road – the "Amber Road” – Castle Petronell has always occupied a unique position in the history of Central Europe.


Entrance with stairs
Entrance with stairs Ballroom
The Castle with the bridge

The Castle with the front court