Hindenburghain, Froendenberg

Ein künstlerisch gestalteter Brunnen befindet sich im Hindenburghain im Stadtteil Westick. Auf die Betonschale des außer Betrieb genommenen Brunnens wurde eine große Sonnenuhr gemalt. Der Mensch muss zum Ablesen der Uhrzeit interaktiv in den Brunnen steigen, um z.B. mit gestrecktem Arm als Schattenwerfer zu fungieren

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Uploaded: 04/06/2013
Updated: 14/10/2014


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