Pinsteps. Mozart monument in Burggarten, Vienna
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In 1953 monument Mozart was moved from Albert Square to the park. Mozart was there since 1896, as he should, as the writer of Don Juan, opposite the Vienna Opera. The monument is made of one of the most complex grades of marble. Lasser marble was mined in the mountains of southern Tyrol in the Italian Alps, near the Bozen Innsbruck route. This white marble is little influenced by water and the sun, and the stone's beauty continues to shine even now, even though it is already more than 120 years old. The sculptor was Victor Oskar Tilgner. But unfortunately, he died young in the year of the monument's creation at the age of only 52 years. And Mozart was only 35.

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Discover Vienna by journeying from the iconic Café Mozart to the intriguing Hungarian House of the "Blood Countess."

Embark on a self-guided walking tour through imperial Vienna. You'll explore magnificent landmarks like the Opera House and the Royal Park, stroll through the opulent palace grounds of the Augsburg dynasty, and delve into the dark history of the infamous Bloody Countess. This captivating adventure offers a glimpse into the city's rich past and enchanting beauty.

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