Vienna has long been known as the musical metropolis for famous composers. Although many of the city’s famed composers were not native Viennese, it was here that their careers began to achieve international renown. The city of Vienna has dedicated a number of honorary tombs to these composers, whose music has become immortal. The graves of Ludwig van Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, Josef Lanner, Franz Schubert and the members of the famed Strauss dynasty are located on the central cemetery. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is only present in the form of a monument. His mortal remains rest in a shaft, or trench grave at the Saint Marx cemetery, the former graveyard in the Third Viennese borough of Landstrasse.