Bronze sculpture depicting a gooseherd, who is engaged in the capture of his runaway geese. These serve as water spouts. Further down pours a powerful jet of water from the mouth of bearded Nickels into the basin.
Signed: fec. Th. Bausch
guss v. H. Pelargus
The fountain at the foot of the Hasenberg reminds that in former days just before St. Martin's day (11th November) were driven a large number of geese from the villages to the market in Stuttgart. It was inaugurated on St. Martin's day in 1901. It was designed by the architect Paul Lauser.
- Theodor Bausch (1849-1928),
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Locatie (N 48°46'8" - E 9°9'45") (Satellite view: Google Maps)
Item Code: debw145; Photograph: 19 April 2012
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