Richard Wagner Monument

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Richard Wagner Monument
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The monument in 2007
Richard Wagner Monument
Location Berlin, Germany
Coordinates 52°30′36″N13°21′43″E / 52.51007°N 13.36185°E / 52.51007; 13.36185 Coordinates: 52°30′36″N13°21′43″E / 52.51007°N 13.36185°E / 52.51007; 13.36185
Unveiling of the Richard Wagner Monument in the Tiergarten (1908), by Anton von Werner. 1908 v. Werner Enthuellung Richard-Wagner-Denkmal Tiergarten anagoria.JPG
Unveiling of the Richard Wagner Monument in the Tiergarten (1908), by Anton von Werner.

The Richard Wagner Monument (German : Richard-Wagner-Denkmal) is a memorial sculpture of Richard Wagner by Gustav Eberlein, located in Tiergarten in Berlin, Germany. It was created during 1901–1903 and is installed along Tiergartenstraße across from the Indian Embassy. It depicts Wagner in a seated pose and is covered by a roof. [1]

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References

  1. "Wagner leaves his mark on Germany and beyond". Deutsche Welle. 28 June 2013. Retrieved 20 May 2015.