Ludwig van Beethoven
The Magnificent Master
Picutre Gallery 2
Places in Beethoven's Life

Beethoven's Birth Place in Bonn in ther Bonngasse.

Today, this building serves
as a research center
and as museum.

The so-called "Fischer"-
House, in which two generations
of the Beethoven family
lived for several years
as tenants of the Fischer family,
bakers by trade.

The von-Breuning-House in Bonn,
in which Beethoven spent much of his time
during his youth as friend of the family.

View of Vienna in Beethoven's time.

Mozart's apartment in Vienna
at the time of Beethoven's
visit in 1787.

Another view of Vienna.
Did Beethoven see it this way,
when he arrived there in 1792?

The Lobkowitz Palace in Vienna,
the residence of one of Beethoven's early patrons

Biew of Heiligenstadt, where Beethoven
wrote his famous Will in the fall of  1802.


The Theater-an-der-Wien, one of the places at which Beethoven's works were performed.


Graetz near Troppau, Prince Lichnowsky's Sileasian residence, where Beethoven departed in disagreement in the late summer of 1806.


The White Swan restaurant, one of the inns frequented by Beethoven.


The Theater am Kärntnerthor, where the Ninth Symphony premiered in 1824.


The Burgtheather in Vienna.


The entrance to Beethoven's last apartment in the Schwarzspanierhaus.


Beethoven's study in his Schwarzspanierhaus apartment.


A room at Gneixendorf, where Beethoven spent the fall of 1826 with his newphew Karl.

An artist's impression of Beethoven's funeral procession, starting from the Schwarzspanierhaus.


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