They sure love a bit of Mozart in Vienna. Anyone would think he was born there or something, in fact a lot of people do. I think they like to haze over the fact he wasn’t.
This statue in Vienna city centre, known as the Karlskirche was erected to commemorate all the people who died from the plague epidemic in 1713. It’s dedicated to Karl Borromeo, the patron saint of the fight against the plague.
I want to say this guy is a statue of Socrates at Vienna’s beautiful government building, but there’s a good chance I just made that up.
They had some big AIDS campaign on in Vienna while we were there. There was some sort of fundraiser thing in the park and this huge ribbon was attached to the front of one of the government buildings.