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A Landscape of a Stable
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Quest Giver Mayro
Location Foothill Stable
Reward Tah Muhl Shrine

"A Landscape of a Stable" is a Shrine Quest in Breath of the Wild.[1]


Inside Foothill Stable, Link will find Mayro admiring a painting of the Stable.[2] When he notices Link, he asks if he also came to look at the painting.[3] It was supposedly made by Ozunda, the owner of Foothill Stable.[4] He appreciates the majesty of Death Mountain in the background and the southern angle of the Stable.[5] This begins the Shrine Quest.[note 1]

By heading southwest from Foothill Stable, Link will come upon Tah Muhl Shrine. Once the Ancient Shrine has been activated, the Shrine Quest will be completed.


Stage Description
1 The landscape painting hanging on the wall of the Foothill Stable was painted by the stable's owner, Ozunda, who paints as a hobby.

You can make out details of the landscape such as a volcano and stable. Some of this seems familiar...
Complete There is a landscape painting adorning the wall of the Foothill Stable.

You've discovered the shrine hidden in the painting!


TMC Forest Minish Artwork.png Names in Other Regions TMC Jabber Nut Sprite.png
ItalyItalianStallaggio con panorama
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See Also


  1. Link can find Tah Muhl Shrine before speaking to Mayro. In this scenario, the Shrine Quest will be automatically completed once Link obtains it.


  1. "A Landscape of a Stable
    Foothill Stable
    " — Adventure Log (Breath of the Wild)
  2. "I wish I had this kind of artistic skill..." — Mayro (Breath of the Wild)
  3. "Have you come to look at this picture too? It's so beautiful... I could spend hours just looking at it." — Mayro (Breath of the Wild)
  4. "This painting was made by Ozunda, the owner of this stable, or so I hear." — Mayro (Breath of the Wild)
  5. "That volcano in the background... It's so majestic. And the stable is subtle in the scenery. I think the stable was painted from a southern direction... The composition is just so impressive..." — Mayro (Breath of the Wild)