Having arrived in Vienna in 1781, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the musical prodigy from Salzburg, rented rooms in the 17th-century building at Domgasse No. 5 from 1784 to 1787, during which he wrote The Marriage of Figaro and several quartets, then moved his family to more spacious quarters in the suburbs. But today these three storeys are open daily to anyone interested in learning more about the life, times, and music of this eccentric genius, including artifacts and instruments that belonged to Mozart himself.
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