Sculpture of a vigorous, bearded fisherman in oilskin holding a girl who had been saved from drowning.
Sculptures of the Kolonnadenhof
The colonnade courtyard "Kolonnadenhof" connects the building ensemble of the Old National Gallery, the New Museum and the Pergamon Museum on the Museum Island. It is enclosed on three sides by columns and pillars and has numerous bronze sculptures exhibited as an open air museum.
Northeast (Spree) side
Southwest side (Neues Museum)
- Adolf Brütt (Husum 1855 - Bad Berka 1939,
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Locatie (N 52°31'13" - E 13°23'58") (Satellite view: Google Maps)
Item Code: debe127; Photograph: 31 August 2022
Of each statue we made photos from various angles and also detail photos of the various texts.
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