March 15, 2010

Ceresbrunnen

Der Ceresbrunnen in der Stuttgarter Markthalle. Der Brunnen wurde im zweiten Weltkrieg zum Teil schwer beschädigt. Es hat bis 2003 gedauert, da nahm sich der Fördervein "Alt Stuttgart" der Wiederherstellung des Brunnens an. Und so wurde er 2009 nach den Originalplänen des alten Brunnens wiederhergestellt. Das Wasser ist trinkbar.
You see the spring of Ceres in the market hall. It was demolished during World War II. But in 2003 an association has initiated the reconstruction. In 2009 the spring could reopend. The water is drinkable.

8 comments:

Bruce Caspersonn said...

That's interesting, at first I thought you had stolen Lincoln from the Americans.

√ Abraham said...

I am happy for the people that the spring is running again. It looks like it is a massive fountain.

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

What a beautiful place to get water - beautiful details when you click on the pic to make it larger.
Have a great day!
Darryl and Ruth : )

Rebecca said...

I love these springs. So glad they rebuilt it.

Renee said...

It's fantastic that it was commissioned to be rebuilt. And how does the water there taste?

Jacob said...

A very impressive spring and piece of sculpture! I think a person should probably see it in person to get its full impact!

Irredento Urbanita said...

I love women with authority like the sculpture.

Regards

Valery

Mo said...

Very impressive drinking fountain