The Sebastian Cemetery (Sebastiansfriedhof) was built in the style of an Italian Campo Santo at the end of 16th century. You find here the graves of Mozart’s widow and Paracelsus, founder of the discipline of toxicology.
During a stopover in Linz, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote the Symphony No. 36 (Linz Symphony) in this building located in the historic centre of the city. The Mozarthaus isn’t open for public but the inner court is worth a visit though.
Monument to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart seen at the Burggarten in Vienna. The Burggarten is a public park at the rear of the New Hofburg (Neue Hofburg). The monument made of Laas marble was created by Viktor Oskar Tilgner.