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Augustin, Lieber, Straßensänger
Augustin Fountain located in the 7th district of Vienna
Augustin, Lieber, b. 1645, d. Vienna, March 11, 1685, legendary street musician, bagpipe player and impromptu poet. Legend has it that in 1679, when the country was ravaged by the plague, he staggered drunken into a pit full of plague victims without contracting the fatal disease. He is remembered in the popular Austrian folk song "Oh du lieber Augustin".