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Hans Waldmann Statue
Switzerland
The Hans Waldmann statue is located in Zürich, Switzerland, in front of Frauenkirche and next to the Münsterbrücke. Hans Waldmann was born in 1435 and dead in 1489, was mayor of Zürich and Swiss military leader.
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