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This ensemble is set halfway up the slope of the Schönbrunn Palace Park. Originally, water should have sprung up here as a representation of the overwhelming strength of the victorious positive (Hercules), which then flows down the slope via cascades and washes away the negative, namely Carthage, the ruins of which are set up at the foot of the slope. However, there was a lack of water and money to complete this installation.
The group of statues shows Hercules fighting the three-headed Cerberus as well as the embodiment of envy and other vices (an old woman, a dog and a snake with a dog’s head). It was purchased by Johann Ferdinand Hetzendorf von Hohenberg and erected in 1771.