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Der entfesselte Prometheus oder Befreiung

Prometheus Unbound or Liberation

The Titan Prometheus in Greek Mythology stole fire and brought it to mankind, and was cruelly punished by God Zeus
Werner F. Kunz
Fonderia Bronzart (Mendrisio)

Zürich /  Der entfesselte Prometheus <i>oder</i> Befreiung   Zürich /  Der entfesselte Prometheus <i>oder</i> Befreiung


Large bronze sculpture of a man freeing himself from his chains.


w.f. kunz
Fonda| BRONZART | mendrisio



The sculpture was created as a counterpart to the Monument to Labour on Helvetiaplatz, which was perceived as too bourgeois.


Location (N 47°22'20" - E 8°31'44")

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Item Code: chzh027; Photograph: 2 October 2014
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