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Main Square in Trelleborg
Sweden

Sjöormen på Stortorget avtäcktes 1935 under pompa och ståt av dåvarande kronprinsen Gustav Adolf. 1933 beställde Torgfestkommittén, bildad just för att skaffa medel till torgets prydnad, en skulptur av konstnären Axel Ebbe. Den skulle ersätta den inhägnade gräsrundeln på Stortorgets mitt. I mitten av 1990-talet renoverades skulpturen och efter Sjöormens andra invigning kunde vattnet återigen spruta ur ormens väldiga käftar. I utsträckt skick är ormen 50 meter lång, endast 8 meter kortare än gamla Vattentornet intill Reservoarvolym: 300m³ HVY över mark: 42 m Tornhöjd: 58 m Färdigt år: 1912 Arkitekt: Ivar Tengbom Projektör: Tengbom & Torulfs arkitektbyrå, Stockholm Entreprenör: Byggmästare N.P.Roslund Vattentornet ej i bruk längre

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