360 ° panorama on the town square of Zell am See. The Zeller's Old Town, which was built on an inland peninsula includes the historic town center of Zell am See. It is to the east of Lake Zell and south of the lake district includes cell-South. In the north it borders on Thumersbach-Prielau, on the west by the Schmittental. In the Old City is home to around 3,800 inhabitants.
Tower of the parish church of St. Hippolytus The church has the oldest components of the Pinzgau. The entire system is Romanesque. The church has three naves and was originally equipped with a Gothic vault. Zell am See is the capital of the same name located in the Austrian province of Salzburg district with nearly 10,000 inhabitants. The origins of the town date back to the Bronze Age. Today is a holiday destination Zell am See Zell am See-Kaprun is internationally known as one of the most important ski resorts in Austria and a major transportation hub for the region.