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Cemetery of St. Marx (Friedhof St. Marx), Vienna

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  • This is the place I want to visit at least once. Because it was close to the hotel are lucky enough to visit early in the morning. Mozart buried the St. Marx cemetery is a cemetery. Mozart was buried here, but was not accompanied by family members and acquaintances for the exact burial location is unknown. Where will was buried in later years and estimated that elephant Angel tombstone was erected. Grave marker is a statue of Jesus Christ in the cemetery Center. Proceed to sign the statue version of Mozart's grave there. But there Angel elephant should be. Flower beds were made in front of the elephant Angel is filled with beautiful flowers.... What the four men in the tomb and was in a meeting. Perimeter fences or piles, construction materials, such as, Angels elephant seemed be rebuilt. Ask men understand English and where Mozart's grave still is. Also offer in place and exchanged on the new image of the elephant Angel, Angel elephant and taking photos is not good and I was denied. Seemed like Angel elephant could worship at St. Marx cemetery of not Mozart but much more important.
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  • The graves are falling down, and Mother Nature has beautifully taken over, providing a unique view to the futility of humanity in its desire to endure forever. 
  • It is very easy to go down, out of the train, take tram 6 or 71 and stop you at the door 3 (which is the main gate). On the way to the Church, you will pass the graves of famous composers (Schoenberg, mozart, strauss, gluck, brahms...), from there, you can then you will not be far from the Buddhist cemetery part, feel free to do a jump then head to the part of the old Jewish cemetery, you will be very surprised at the State of this area (a lot of graves, demolished after the bombs of world war , steles still bearing bullet holes (ill have to say that a long confrontation is conducted in this cemetery), nature which takes its course, it is really very strong! And with a little luck you'll come across in even deers that cavort among the tombs, amazing!). Once part of the old Jewish cemetery, return to Gate 1 and take the tram to the 4 door, then visit the new part of the Jewish cemetery). This place is just inevitable, and I don't understand the people who say they have found no interest... Just prepare the visit before coming to you printing a plan and noting the major graves to find, otherwise you can spend the time to find your way amongst these 230 hectares...
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