The Innsbruck cyclorama in june 1998

Today, the cyclorama is one of the most famous symbols of Innsbruck.

When the painting returned from London, its new owners Max Gleich and Anton von Guggenberg had a sturdy new rotunda built. It was located on Ferdinand Avenue (now called Rennweg), right beside the Hungerburg funicular railway which had opened the previous year and near what was then the chain bridge across the Inn River. Designed by Josef Retter, the impressive central structure is 30 meters (about 100 feet) in diameter and 20 meters (about 65 feet) high. The exterior was renovated in 1976.