"Diana mit Hunden", Bronzeplastik im Stadtpark, dahinter Pavillon (ehemal. Trinkhalle) mit Blindengarten

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Erbaut 1914-1915 nach einem Entwurf von Fritz Schumacher (Hamburgs Oberbaudirektor 1909-1933) als Trinkhalle (Ausschankstelle für Heilwasser) zusammen mit der Gartenanlage. Heute wird das Gebäude als Altentagesstätte genutzt, der Garten ist als Blindengarten gestaltet.

Die Bronzeplastik vorne: Diana mit Hunden (1911) von Arthur Bock, 1875-1957 -Leipzig-Hamburg

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Comments (2)

Sue Allen on October 7, 2008

I love this photo! The statue is beautiful and the way you have combined it with the view of the house is very effective!

Such a great depth of field, and I almost expect the person to take some steps and the dogs to lope along beside her...

very best wishes to you,


vp_hmbg-PRO PANORAMI… on October 7, 2008

Thank you Sue,

this park is the largest park in Hamburg and you can find here relaxation or do sports or other hobbies. Laying out of this park and completion was in 1904 til 1909, opening to the citizens of Hamburg in 1914. The idea of this park is to give space for all kinds of entertainment, besides large playgrounds you can find a botanic garden, a lake with public bath and a stage for open air concerts. I like to do walks at all seasons of a year.

Best wishes Volker

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  • Uploaded on August 6, 2008
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    by vp_hmbg-PRO PANORAMI…
    • Taken on 2008/07/27 14:35:40
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    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
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