If you want to pay your final respects to Haydn, follow Hauptstrasse to Esterházystrasse, which leads to this church containing Haydn's white marble tomb. Until 1954, only the composer's headless body was here. His skull was in the Vienna's Sammlung alter Musikinstrumente, where curious spectators were actually allowed to touch it. It was stolen a few days after his death and wasn't reunited with his body for 145 years. In a long and complicated journey, the head traveled from one owner to another before finally, we hope, coming to rest with the other part of Haydn's remains at Eisenstadt.