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06, Haydngasse 19 · interesting places nearby
Though modest, the exhibition in Haydn’s last residence was revamped in 2009 and focuses on Vienna as well as London during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Haydn lived in Vienna during the heady times of Napoleon’s occupation. An Austrian composer prominent in the classical period, he was most celebrated for his 104 symphonies and 68 string quartets. The small garden, open to the public, is modelled on the original.