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Augustinbrunnen in Vienna’s 7th district. The fountain was designed by the sculptor Hans Scherpe and unveiled by Vienna’s mayor Karl Lueger on 4 September 1908. Originally there was a bronze figure of Augustin at the fountain. It was dismantled and melted down during the Second World War. In 1952, the present Augustin figure, designed by Josef Humplik, was unveiled.In the 17th century, there was a plague pit in place of the fountain, into which the minstrel, bagpiper and improvisatory poet Marx Augustin (“O du lieber Augustin”, “Oh, you dear Augustin”) was accidentally thrown, but was eventually saved because of his bagpipe playing.