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Floating disc at town hall square

Kusser Schwimmende Scheibe Gersthofen

With its diameter of 2.30 m the floating disc on the town hall square of Gersthofen has the form of a cogwheel, which is also to be found in the town's crest. Engraved in the corners of the square base stone (side length: 3.74 m) are the crests of the four districts of Gersthofen.


Project Details

Stadt Gersthofen
discs-Ø 2.30 m x 49 cm, base: 3.74 m x 3.74 m x 52.5 cm
Ingenieursbüro Paul Donik
Reinhold Grübl
landscape architect:
Schulz + Partner Architekten

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