The famous musician Mozart is a native of Salzburg. The people of his hometown built Mozart Square to commemorate him. There is a statue of Mozart on the square, not far from his former residence in Grain Alley. The photo was taken when I went to Austria last year.
Mozart Square is located in the center of Salzburg, on the north side of the Salzburg Museum. It is named after the Mozart statue in the center of the square. In addition, the city of Salzburg has been named a World Heritage Site, and the symbol of the World Heritage Site is In this square.
A bronze Mozart statue monument is the center of the square, and the old mansion on Vargo Square next to it is the birthplace of the famous local poet George Traco. King Ludwig I of Bavaria was an important advocate for the establishment of this square. He personally donated a huge sum of money and also donated a marble base. Today this pedestal is housed in the Carolina Augustin Museum.
Bishop of Mozart plaza is located in the square and the square of the statue of Mozart from salzburg donation completed on September 5, 1842, Mozart''s two sons, attended the ceremony. In 1997, the old town of salzburg been listed as world cultural heritage list, the statue in front of the lettering on the ground to record this historic moment
Mozartplatz or Mozart Monument is located in the center of the Salzburg historical district and is flanked by Residenz. Our last visit was back then 2018 which is 3 years ago and now still the same.
Mozart Square is very small. The bronze Mozart statue is the center of the square, surrounded by cafes and candy shops. The square is very clean and quiet. You can also visit the nearby Wagga Square