Well worth taking a picture(s) of this statue. Grand in many ways. Found it easier to get decent photos first thing in the morning.
I enjoyed seeing the Mozart Statue because it brought memories of his music to me. He was one of the greatest composers in history and we are in debt to him whenever we hear his music. He was really a musical genius!
The beautifull Mozart Statue in Burggarden, can be seen from the road, on the way from Hofburg Palace to the Wien Papliament. In front of the statue there is a very big bed of flowers shaped the Sol Key Symbol and behind, is the Burggarden where you can have a relax walk. Some of my pictures for you, with love.
You can find the Mozart Monument in the Burggarten area near the Hofburg Palace grounds. Its a nice statue that reminds of the Beethoven statue in Beethovenplatz, near Stradtpark. This one is preferred as its white and easier on the eye, compared to the dark black color of the Beethoven Statue. Unfortunately, being light in color makes it a bit... More
I'm sure if Mozart knew how his likeness and music were being exploited, the poor bugger would turn over in his grave. Of course, there would be no way of telling, since we really don't know where he ended up. If you happen to wander by. Great. Don't go out of your way.
This is a very beautiful statue located in Burggarten near the Ring. When we were there there were several chairs so it was a nice place to sit and relax also. It seemed that every person who had their picture taken with the statue copied Mozart's pose.
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