I noticed this attraction when using my map app to get directions to the Upper Belvedere, and since there wasn't a readily available photo of the monument online, I decided to check it out.
It had snowed the day before, so it turns out part of the monument was obscured in my photo, but you can see the site in summer at:
and I think the installation makes more sense this way. I wouldn't suggest making a pilgrimage to see the this monument specifically, but if you're planning to see the Belvedere Palace, then by all means cross the road to take in the Schweizergarten and this unconventional tribute to a great composer.
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