Bonngasse 20, Bonn
The composer’s birthplace – he lived there until 1774. Today it’s a museum and the leading centre for Beethoven study.
Mölker Bastei 8, Vienna
Commissioned by Vienna’s ‘Friends of Music’ soon after Beethoven’s centenary, this statue was unveiled in 1880.
Zentralfriedhof Cemetery, Vienna
The composer’s remains were moved here in 1888 after the original burial ground closed. He is buried in Group 32a, Grave No. 29.
Now a city district, Heiligenstadt was once a small municipality. Beethoven was sent here to rest for a few months in 1802 and it’s where he wrote his famous Heiligenstadt Testament.
Erected in 1927 and set in parkland, the temple affords glorious views over Baden. Beethoven loved to walk in the nearby Helenental Valley.
Teplitz, now Bad Teplice
Ira F Brilliant Center for Beethoven Studies
San Jose, California
The largest collection of Beethoven materials outside Europe is over on the US West Coast at San Jose University.
Theater an der Wien
Linke Wienzeile, Vienna
11 Lazenská Street, Prague
The composer had two fruitful stays in Prague, giving concerts and composing. One of his favourite places to spend a night was this former hotel.
Freya Parr is BBC Music Magazine's Digital Editor and Staff Writer. She has also written for titles including the Guardian, Circus Journal, Frankie and Suitcase Magazine, and runs The Noiseletter, a fortnightly arts and culture publication. Freya's main areas of interest and research lie in 20th-century and contemporary music.