Cemeteries in Vienna

Cemeteries in Vienna, Austria

Vienna Cemeteries

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  • Harold M
    Ottawa, Canada232 contributions
    Recommended for an afternoon walk and it was not disappointing.

    Easy to get to on the 71 tram and a nice walkabout with plenty of benches.

    I used Google Maps to get around and it was perfect. I visited the composer's area.
    Written October 1, 2022
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  • bubak
    Bratislava, Slovakia388 contributions
    Very inspirative place with old graves, including Mozart's memorial. You can enjoy silence and spirituality of this place and see how nature wins over human creations.
    Written February 11, 2022
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  • nordixon
    London, UK12 contributions
    My partner and I travelled to Vienna to visit all of the locations featured in the Richard Linklater film "Before Sunrise". We managed to cover the lot in three days, and this was by far the hardest to find. It was also the most spectacular, and certainly worth the eight blisters that formed on my feet on the way there.

    Essentially it's a small cemetery, surrounded by pretty much nothing to see and nothing to do. I'm tempted to conclude that it must be its baffling remoteness and quietude that makes it such a magical and atmospheric place to be. When we got there, we walked around, took some photos and sat on a bench for a while. It was thoroughly calming and peaceful, and the mission to get there just felt like part of the adventure.

    It's not a holiday we'll soon forget, and Friedhof der Namenlosen will always be a highlight.

    Written July 15, 2018
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  • Geralt-von-Rivia
    Vienna, Austria5,960 contributions
    Not so famous like central cementary, but I believe much more beautiful - now uder highway - but still forgot place with old graves / some of old pieces will be now more and more restored
    Written June 20, 2015
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  • operalover939
    Toronto, Canada2,745 contributions
    Visitors to the Zentralfriedhof should not neglect to visit this church, which is a fine example of Art Nouveau architecture and decoration. It has the additional attraction of not being overcrowded like, say, the Stephansdom. It is a beautiful space, conducive to peaceful thoughts. Highly recommended.
    Written October 5, 2019
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  • zdaati
    Vienna, Austria3,421 contributions
    Quite a big cemetery, not far from schonbrunn park, easy to visit both. Parking around is possible. Nice to walk through and see.
    Wagner and klimt are buried here but there are a lot of very old and nice grave stones and little monuments to the past. Several entrances are possible.
    Written January 23, 2021
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  • AlexandraHodl
    Vienna, Austria113 contributions
    Impressive place, very photogenic. I want to go back and take a guided tour. This cemetery contains rich history.
    Written March 13, 2019
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  • Steven G
    Rome, Italy98 contributions
    Schubert and Beethoven were buried here before their remains were moved to the Zentralfriedhof. I visited speculatively only to discover that it was locked and that you needed to phone a number on the notice board for it to be opened. Possibly one just for music fanatics but it looked picturesque and I would like to have seen the monuments though didn’t have time to organise on this occasion.
    Written March 26, 2018
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