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There is a nice monument dedicated to German composers at the Tiergarten at Berlin.

In 1904 the sculpturer Rudolph Leopold Siemering and his son, the architect Wolfgang Siemering created this 10 meter high baroque memorial statue in marble.

Its three sides are adorned with a dome, on top of which three amorines are holding a laurel wreath.

On the three sides are figures of Beethoven, Haydn and Mozart.