Quite an unusual sight seeing destination, but a must if you are interested in how the viennese celebrate the end of life. There are impressive graveyards commissioned even for those who are stil alive. There are several high profiled people burried, most famous now Udo Jürgens. The gravestone, a white piano, was built by his brother. And there is always a story to each grave which can be told.
The best way to see it, is a guided tour, which is only available every friday.
There are also sections on site which touch your heart and you can‘t do anything about it: children born dead.
If you are in Vienna, try to spend an afternoon here and explore either with a tour (fridays) or the app.
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