The church named Bergkirche (Hill Church) was founded in 1715. It is also called Haydnkirche as the Austrian composer Joseph Haydn is buried in a mausoleum inside. A strange detail is the fact that Haydn was buried without head first as the skull had been stolen. After finding his skull in Vienna his body has been completed in 1954.
The Haydnhaus in Vienna is that place where the Austrian composer Joseph Haydn spent his last years. The museum inside explains how Haydn lived in those years and shows some pieces of his household. At my first visit I was especially impressed by the idea to reconstruct the backyard garden in the style of the 18th century.
Austrian composer Joseph Haydn lived in this building from 1766 to 1778. Today it houses a museum telling about the private live of the composer. So I heard about his wife Anna Aloysia in this museum the first time. Another interesting museum about Joseph Haydn is located in his former home in Vienna.