Friedhof St. Marx has etched its significance by becoming the original resting place of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. It was written that Mozart was given a pauper's funeral by putting his body in one of the unnamed mass graves. Later on, a big space called Mozartgrab was allocated in order to commemorate him. In his grave, an broken pillar and a mourning angel was placed to show his untimely death.
The place is kept clean and orderly. Although it is off the city area and will require some 10-15 minutes of good walking from the bus stop, I personally believe it's worth the trip.
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