I don’t think word are needed in here :) Beautiful !powerful ! My kind of god Just lovely , recommend going there on daylight
About Beethoven Statue
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Recently passed by Beethoven Square in route to Karlsplatz from Stadtpark, enjoying the monument to Maestro Ludwig van Beethoven, as I have in the past when spending time in Vienna. This large scale monument is the work of German sculptor Kaspar von Zumbusch and was...More
My favorite Monument in Vienna. But seems to be neglected. A gorgeous statue located in the Beethovenplaz, a small lovely park. Close to the Stadtpark, the Konzerthaus and Hotel InterContinental Vienna. If you visit any one of those places/ buildings, you can take a 2...More
This wonderfully detailed statue of Ludwig von Beethoven was created by Casper Clemens von Zumbush and unveiled to the public on 1 May 1880. The bronze statue stands in Beethovenplatz within a small park area and stands alone as such a monumental classical figure should...More
Just a short distance away from Stadt Park is Beethoven park which is much smaller and not that well maintained and the statue of Beethoven sits in the center. Well worth a visit.
Being one of my favorite composers, if not my favorite, I couldn't miss it. Although it is grand enough and represents this Titan of music in all his seriousness, steeliness and solitude, a bigger place would have been nice. The sitting position weirdly reminded me...More
Situated in Beethoven place,near the Koncerthaus in Vienna,represent one of the monumental,complex,genial composer of our time,in a breathtaking, impressive statue. It was unveiled in May 1st.1880 The complex statue was created by the sculptor Caspar Clements von Zumbush in bronze.
For People who like this kind of music who is a big part of this town then You have to go here only for taking a photo at least.. I should walk to Stadtpark and then on the map I saw that I will see...More
Saw it in the square. Great statue, but missing the flavor of the man that he was and the influence he had over music from the 18th century to the 21st.