Turkish stone sculptures from Belgrade, the Field Marshal Gideon Ernst von Loudon after the conquest of Belgrade on October 8, 1789 brought to his estate in Hadersdorf and the design of his planned tomb in Hadersdorfer Schlosspark certain.
After his death, on July 14, 1790, his widow Clara, who rejected a grave in the Turkish style, met other orders; the grave monument for the field marshal, created in 1791 by Franz Anton Zauner in Classicist style, was placed over a crypt on the road leading from Hadersdorf to Mauerbach at the foot of the citizen hospital forest, the Turks stones were grouped at some distance in the forest picturesque (Loudongrab).
December 27, 2017
Nice monument in the middle of the forest. The plates and details are made of marble. More information at: tuerkengedaechtnis.oeaw.ac.at/ort/hadersdorfer-turkensteine
July 7, 2019
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