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Soll, a small town in the foothills of the Hohe Salve, part of the Wilder Kaiser (Wild Emperor) massif, grew around the Church of St Peter and St Paul. Built in 1361 but completely altered in the Baroque style in 1768 by Franz Bock of Kufstein, it contains beautiful vault paintings by Anton Mayr and, by the same artist, a picture of the Madonna in the main altarpiece. The town has many attractive houses with picturesque fa?ades. The greatest attraction of Soll, however, is the Hohe Salve mountain, rising to 1,828 m (5,997 ft) and visible from every point in the town. Two gondolas provide transport to the summit. There is a small chapel here, and the view over Brixental, the Kitzbuhel Alps and the High Tauern Mountains in the distance, is truly majestic. Soll lies at the centre of a large skiing region, Skiwelt Wilder Kaiser- Brixental, in the southern part of Kaisergebirge, which also includes several other attractive resorts, such as the picturesque town of Scheffau nearby.

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