Sculpture of the Allegory of Science, represented as a man with a globe and a large book.
The sculpture belonged to the King Friedrich Wilhelm III monument of 1876, which was badly damaged in 1945. Some pedestal figures were recovered and c. 1987 placed on the Nikolaikirchhof at St. Nikolaikirche (see also Klio).
Equestrian Statue of Frederick William III of Prussia, located in Berlin Lustgarten. Destroyed after damages of World War II. The Allegory of Science sits in the center of the photo (Architekturmuseum TU Berlin / Wikimedia commons).
- Albert Wolff (Neustrelitz 1814 - Berlin 1892),
Sources & Information
- Bildhauerei in Berlin, Karte.
Locatie (N 52°31'1" - E 13°24'27") (Satellite view: Google Maps)
Item Code: debe087; Photograph: 31 August 2022
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