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Brad
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Jun 2018 • Couples
Wolf Fountain (Wolfsbrunnen) is an interesting sculpture fountain at Am Kosttor. It was built in 1904 by German sculptors sculptors Heinrich Düll and Georg Pezold.

Here you find a statue figure of a small young girl backed up against the side of a wolf. The girl and wolf seem to be peering at each other. The sculpture stands upon a pillar with modest Art Nouveau style ornamentation. At the base are four wolf heads from which water spouts into a basin below. There are elegant engravings around the basin as well.

Overall, this is a rather interesting fountain monument to see in Munich. Give it a few minutes if you are in the area and enjoy viewing fountains and other monuments during your travels.
Written 22 June 2018
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