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The Bremen Roland is a statue that symbolizes trading rights and freedom.
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Measured from the ground to the tip of its canopy, the tall stone statue reaches a height of 34 feet. Roland statues can be found in a number of German towns that were once part of the Holy Roman Empire. According to legend, Bremen will remain free and independent for as long as Roland stands watch over the city. The year-old Bremen Roland statue.
The shield is emblazoned with the two-headed Imperial eagle. The young knight, Roland, was one of the principal warriors of Charlemagne, the first Holy Roman Emperor who bremeen in the 9th century.
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Roland died in that battle and became an iconic figure in medieval Europe, a symbol of civil liberties, freedom and justice. The Bremen Roland is the oldest surviving statue of its kind. During the most recent renovation inworkers discovered a cassette with Nazi propaganda inside of the statue. The Bremen Roland statue stands in the market place in front of the Town Hall and intentionally faces the church.
Inthe city fathers played an April Fools joke on the Bremen population. They released a press statement that the Bremen Elle is still in use as a scientific measurement. Internationally known as LMR Length Measurement Rolandit is employed in airplane construction and space travel, the statement read. The Bremer Loch Hole of Bremen is a cleverly disguised underground collection box. Sincetourists happily drop coins or paper money into a slot of what looks like a bronze manhole cover.
They are rewarded for their donation with a musical thank you from one of the Bremen town musicians Bremer Stadtmusikanten. Hearing the singing musicians express their gratitude from the depth of the Bremer Loch makes donating all the more fun. Often, visitors drop one coin after another into the slot just to hear all brsmen animal voices. The Bremer Loch Hole of Bremena subterranean collection box. The Bremer Stadtmusikanten Bremer town musicians provide the musical thank you. Underneath a manhole-looking cover, the Bremer Loch is a 36 inches deep and 20 inches in diameter steel container.
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When a visitor pushes coins into the slot of the box, the money passes a photocell. A light barrier triggers the animal voice of one of the Bremen town musicians http: Moments later, the donor hears the cock-a-doodle-doo of a rooster, the meow of a cat, the ruff-ruff or a dog or the hee-haw of a donkey come out of the Bremer Loch.
With each small donation, a different voice from the famous quartet of the Bremen City Musicians answers. The animal voices have been pre-recorded on a chip by Radio Bremen. Indeed, sincebetween 12, and 17, euros are dropped into the slot every year. A manhole that crows, meows, barks and brays is a novel and fun way to get tourists to participate in helping to donate to local charitable projects. In earlythe total amount collected since the inception of the Bremer Loch was aroundeuros.
The collections are managed and distributed by the Wilhelm-Kaisen-Buergerhilfea charitable foundation.
To learn more about which organizations and projects have been supported by the foundation, go satdtmusikanten http: A donkey forms the base of the pyramid. A cat towers on top of a dog and a rooster perches on top of a cat. Rubbing the front hoofs of the donkey is said to stadfmusikanten a wish come true. Once upon a time, four domestic animals — a donkey, a dog, a cat and a rooster — reached their sunset years.
In the mind of their masters, each had outlived his usefulness. Each of the creatures had served its master faithfully for many years and was now being treated poorly because it got old.
Dreaming of a fulfilling life, each leaves his home for a life, independent of his master. By a twist of fate the four animals happen upon each other on their way to freedom and agree to walk to Bremen together to become town musicians. On their way to their new life in the big city, they have to rest for the night. The four prospective town musicians spot a lighted cottage and hope for a place to sleep.
The cottage belongs to a band of robbers who are just about to enjoy a table full of ill-gotten delicacies. The donkey brays, the dog barks, the cat meows, and the rooster crows. Terrified by the strange sounds, the robbers abandon the cottage. The animals settle in, enjoy a good meal and live happily ever after in the cottage. They stay in the cottage in the woods.
But the story is so intimately connected with the City of Bremen that its citizens have adopted it. InMarcks gave his creation to the City of Bremen on loan. Only two years later, the city purchased the sculpture for 20, Deutsche Mark. Author Website by Monkey C Media. Main menu Skip to primary content.