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Switzerland Muri Skulpturen Bruno Weber
Switzerland

Der Künstler Bruno Weber, bekannt durch seinen Skulpturengarten in Dietikon, stellt im Singisenforum und im angrenzenden Teil des Klosterhofes einige seiner Werke aus.

Am 12.Mai, 3 Tage nachdem ich dieses Panorama aufgenommen hatte, wurden durch Vandalen 4 Skulpturen beschädigt, 2 davon irreparabel (u.a. die Sumpfhühner im Rücken des Fotografen)

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