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Deer at the Spring, Sculpture in Horsens
Denmark

The sculpture made by Hugo Liisberg was revielled in 1942 during the celebration of Horsens 500th year as a privileges market town. It is placed at the pedestrian street (Søndergade) in front of the old town hall  now housing the tourist information office

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