A nice statue of a great man. The park around is very pleasant, so don't miss the opportunity to visit.
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Mozart is so intricately tied to the history of Vienna, you can't pass up this statue in the Burggarten. Easily reached via public transportation, the statue is not really particularly special, just a nice place to see one of the important persons to Viennese culture....More
The Mozart Statue, that mean Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, one of the best known names connected with Vienna and Austria, the statue located in the public park Burggarten is public Park, beside the Ringstraße in Vienna city, link the Albertiner Museum to Hofburg. It's easy to...More
Mozart is one of the best known names connected with Vienna and Austria. The monument is situated inside the Burggarten - Imperial Palace Gardens in the centre of Vienna.
I am classical music fan, read about his and his wife's life, lot more to learn. It was my first time in Vienna, and it was very emotional to visit him in person,and feeling this notes in my ears when i stood there... About the...More
The statue of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in the Burggarten is well visited by tourists, a much loved composer world round, the statue stands behind a pretty flower garden in the shape of a treble clef (a musical symbol).
Statues are normally there to have a quick look at and many are misplaced or in a location you think why. But this one, small but detailed, of one of Vienna's most famous composers, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, with it's simple yet massively effective garden arrangement...More
I’m not a statue lover, but during my walk through Burggarten I passed this “denkmal”. So, have a 10 second stop, take a picture and get on. For Mozart : 5/5, for the statue 1/5, result 3/5.
This statue is very nice but let's be honest, it is a statue of probably the best composer the world has ever known. The garden arrangement of a treble clef is appropriate and well maintained. Seen it, done that type photo.
We stumbled across this Mozart statute and I just love the flower arrangement into a musical symbol! If you are nearby, definitely worth a visit.