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Monument to Emperor Franz Joseph I in the Vienna Burggarten. Emperor Franz Joseph I is depicted in uniform with a commander’s staff. In 1904 Johannes Benk created a stone statue of the Emperor for the command building of General Körner in the 14th district. His pupil Josef Tuch made a bronze replica, which was originally placed in the city park of Wiener Neustadt. During the Second World War the melting down of the statue was ordered, which did not take place. Since 1957 the statue is located in the Burggarten.
The present Burggarten was laid out as a private garden for Emperor Franz I in 1818. Under Emperor Ferdinand I and Emperor Franz Joseph I, the garden was extended and redesigned.