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Srni (Rehberg) - Hauswald Brunnen
Czech Republic

Das Wasser aus der ursprünglichen Quelle gelangt hierher über ein System von Hand hergestellter hölzerner Rinnen, die über mehrere Dutzend Findlinge geführt wurden, welche die Perlen eines Rosenkranzes symbolisieren sollen. Direkt bei den Kapellen-Fragmenten fällt das Wasser in ein außergewöhnliches Becken, mit einem gläsernen Block von der Form zweier geöffneter Hände.

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