Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's home is in Domgasse in Vienna, Austria. The famed composer lived here from September, 1784 to April, 1787. It was here he would know the greatest success of his career. In his two and a half years living here Mozart would compose, among other pieces, Piano Concerto nos. 18 - 25, String Quartet nos. 17 - 20, Symphony no. 38 in D "Prague," and his opera Le Nozze di Fiagro. The home is one of only three residences the composer lived at in Vienna which are still standing, and because of the time he spent here and the work he created during that time, this is considered the main Mozart house in the city. While living here he was visited by both the established Joseph Haydn and the young Ludwig Van Beethoven. In 1906 the house was honored with a plaque. Part of the rooms were set up as a museum in 1941, but it wasn't until 1978 that the entire building was devoted to Mozart.