Themed tour on the anniversary of the death of Wolfgang Amadé Mozart
This tour of Mozart's birthplace focuses on the end of Wolfgang Amadé Mozart's life. The world-famous composer died on 5 December 1791 in Vienna. At that time the coroner recorded "hot frieze fever". A diagnosis that must be revised today. His unhealthy lifestyle - hardly any exercise, extensive drinking, little sleep, excessive work - combined with his constant financial worries had led to a severe rheumatic inflammatory fever. Myths about a possible poisoning of Mozart have found their way into literature through the Russian poet Pushkin, but cannot be scientifically confirmed.
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