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Cemetery of St. Marx (Friedhof St. Marx)

Third district Leberstrasse 6-8, Vienna 1030, Austria
43 1 4000 42042
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This Cemetary is a must visit. Feel the respect for the those you never met.

We travelled on the Subway and then a short tram ride. You will see the cemetary on your right... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Wibs39254
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Canada, Kentucky
via mobile
FOR CLASSICAL MUSIC BUFFS

If you're a classical music buff like I am, this is a glorious, beautiful place in Vienna where... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Mojaquera
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Mojacar, Spain
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Third district Leberstrasse 6-8, Vienna 1030, Austria
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43 1 4000 42042
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We travelled on the Subway and then a short tram ride. You will see the cemetary on your right, however wait until the stop where you see the entrance. We were guided by a helpful lady who was headed to the cemetary too. She took...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you're a classical music buff like I am, this is a glorious, beautiful place in Vienna where Mozart and Strauss are buried. What better place than Vienna to indulge in all things classical?

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Reviewed 26 January 2018 via mobile

Not the easiet to find but dont give up.make sure you have your google map handy.you can get the 74A from wein mitte (center station) to grasbergergasse and the cemetery is just a 5 min walk.very eery when you walk in the gates.went in january...More

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Reviewed 9 January 2018

This spot is worth a special trip. It resides in a somewhat sketchy part of Vienna, well outside the Ringstrasse, accessible mainly by taxi as the streetcars do not pass near enough to make it convenient to use public transportation. St. Marx is a cemetery...More

Thank DMEnfield
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Reviewed 17 November 2017

We were here at around 0930 on Christmas morning...needless to say.. the place was dead...All bad jokes aside...We arrived early and there was a slight fog hanging over the cemetery. Combined with all the crooked tombstones, and the meandering trees/bushes/plants, it was surrealism at its...More

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Reviewed 7 August 2017 via mobile

I was frankly amazed the effort I had to go to in finding this place. The hotel information had never heard of it! We failed to find it on attempt one due to woeful signposting and lack of any help around to find it! In...More

Thank spiddob
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Reviewed 14 May 2017

Nobody seems to know exactly where Mozart is buried, but there's a monument here on a likely spot. It's interesting, and so is the rest of the cemetery. As you might expect, it's quiet. We only saw 2 other people while we were there.

Thank LarryJ917
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Reviewed 29 April 2017 via mobile

St. Marx is well worth a visit! The scenery is just enchanting and this place is unique in the world! Especially in spring when the lilac is in blossom and in autumn when the leafs of the trees change their color, this cemetery becomes a...More

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Reviewed 3 April 2017

It's a very old place, very paceful and well maintained also. The most relevant thing is the zone where presumably are Mozart's remains. A "must" for classic music lovers and Mozart's fans.

Thank Andres M
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Reviewed 31 March 2017

nice and exiting to walk this former graveyard where the trees and plants have taking over again. very atmospheric.

Thank Uwe K
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