After crossing St. Sebastian church, in which lies the tomb of Paracelsus, one of the greatest scientists of the Renaissance, you'll find a shaded cemetery, laid out in 1600 in the Italian "camposanto" fashion. In other words, it is enclosed by arcaded walls, thus giving it the atmosphere of a quiet and serene cloister. In the middle stands Wolf Dietrich's Mausoleum, whose interior is adorned with multicoloured ceramics. The tombs of Mozart's father and wife lie along the central path.
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