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Romerbrunnen is what appears at first glance to be an ancient monument to the Rome legend of the wolf that suckled Romulus and Remus who were the twins that founded ancient Rome but is in fact a more modern sculpure that was in fact sculpured...More
The fountain is located some 300 meters west of the cathedral.
Despite its Roman looks, this is a modern fountain (which had no water during our visit).
A statue of a wolf feeding Romulus and Remus stands over the fountain.
Roman fountain is about half a kilometre from the Cathedral and Central station, but not in the direction of the old town therefore it is probably missed by most of the tourists. The fountain is not really old, built in 1915, but heavy war damage...More