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Burggarten is a popular park in Innere Stadt (Vienna’s 1st district). Locals come to Burggarten to walk or relax and tourists also come to see the statue of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, which is located very close to the entrance to Burggarten from the Burgring side. Burggarten is very close to many tourist attractions in Vienna. There is a plenty of restaurants, souvenir shops, and hotels near Burggarten.
Ringstrasse (Ring Street) is a circle street running around Innere Stadt and connecting many of Vienna’s landmarks. Individual sections of the Ringstrasse have different names, often after the nearest landmark. Burgring is one of the sections of the Ringstrasse and it is named after the Imperial Palace Hofburg, which is situated on the city centre side of the Ringstrasse next to Burggarten.
Across the Burgring on the opposite side from the Imperial Palace, there is Maria-Theresien-Platz, the well-known square with the twin museums, Naturhistorisches and Kunsthistorisches Museum (The Museum of Natural History and The Museum of Arts History).
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