Dragon Fountain, Copenhagen

The Dragon Fountain is a fountain located in the City Hall Square in CopenhagenDenmark. It was designed by Joakim Skovgaard in collaboration with Thorvald Bindesbøll and features a bull in combat with a dragon.

Read more here at Wikipedia


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  3. ᛋᛠᛉ · July 21, 2020

    That’s gorgeous.

    Please send Danes to destroy disgusting Commie art and make Folkish art instead!

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    • Viking Life Blog · July 22, 2020

      Good idea.
      There are a good amount of art in parks, squars and buildings, but it is all old.
      I know, that they can make like plaster casting so they can save the original and put out a copy in some cases. Maybe they can make metal copies, too.
      I really don’t know if there are anybody around who can make that kind of art anymore.

      The Royal Cast Collection

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      • ᛋᛠᛉ · July 25, 2020


        That’s so sad, when you see things our ancestors could do that’s beyond us now.

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    • Viking Life Blog · July 25, 2020

      ‘Ayuh’ when Christiansborg Church burned in 1992:

      “In particular, the work of restoring and recreating the interior surfaces of stucco marble caused difficulties as it could not be carried out by Danish craftsmen. A German expert in the field, Manfred Siller, solved the task while training Danish stucco designers in the old technique.”

      It’s good, that we have the Germans.


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      • ᛋᛠᛉ · July 25, 2020

        Yessuh. Them Germans, they ain’t no slouches, let me tell you!

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