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In 1612, he was appointed chief architect of Salzburg by the archbishop Markus Sittikus. His work introduced north Italian early baroque to Austria. Solari died in Salzburg and is buried in the St. Peter's Cemetery there.
- Fortifications in the city and province of Salzburg (e.g., in Neumarkt am Wallersee)
- Schloss Hellbrunn with its trick fountains
- Salzburg cathedral after having modified the plans by Vincenzo Scamozzi
His son, Ignazio Solari, executed, together with Fra Donato Mascagni, the frescoes in the Salzburg Cathedral. He also painted the altar piece "Burial of Christ" on the north wall of the cathedral.
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