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ns sommes tombés par hasard devant cette fontaine remarquable mais sans explication...dommage je vais me renseigner maintenant que j'ai internet ;-)NS stumbled by chance before this remarkable fountain but without explanation... too bad I'll find out now that I have internet ;-)show original
Bel giardinetto con una fontana di chiare origini fiabesche posta al centro. Ad un primo sguardo potrebbe far credere che sia dedicata a Biancaneve. In realtà tutta la serie di folletti che la adornan... read more »Beautiful garden with a fountain of clear origins fairy tale set in the middle. At first glance it might lead you to believe that it is dedicated to snow white. In fact the whole series of Elves that adorn it are belonging to the popular tradition that sees them as helpers in the construction of the city. A short walk from the Center. There are some local, between here one of Starbucks, where you can drink something and relax for a moment.show original
Als je de Heinzelmaennchen kennt en fan bent/was dan moet je dit wel gezien hebben. Komen er de jeugdherinneringen weer op.If you have the tray and fan/Heinzelmaennchen was then you need this though. There the childhood memories come back on.show original
Moe SoBeautiful fountain in the heart of Cologne. Should you have seen visiting a Cologne.show original
Tom S.So actually not really my thing but the small Dick are already beautiful.show original
Boris BabinDwarf Heinzelmännchenbrunnen most popular fountain fountain Cologne is associated with a legend about a hardworking dwarfs, located not far from the Cathedral. Many people think that this sculpture is created on the fairy tale of snow white and the seven dwarves. But it's not. As the plot for the fountain was chosen by the children's Magical ballad "helpers" that German poet August Kopiš wrote in the first half of the 19th century.show original
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