If you’re in a somber mood and want to reflect and be in solitude, you can go to Friedhof Der Namenlosen.
Near the Alberner Hafen in Vienna is the Friedhof der Namenlosen, the cemetery for the nameless. Many corpses were washed ashore there due to a special ride of the Danube. Many of them were never identified. If you still don’t have enough spooky stuff in your life, just go on to the inn near this cemetery. You can find many old people in there who love to talk about whom of their friends just died or will probably not make it through the next winter. Then go back to the center of Vienna, you are now ready to understand the morbid mood of this city. If not, check out the Central Cemetery of Vienna.
location: near alberner hafen, 1110 vienna | how to get there: bus 76a to
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