File:Kanisfluh Antony Gormley Horizon Field02.JPG

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English: Statue-installation of the Horizon Field-Project by Antony Gormley on the Kanisfluh (2044 m), in the background Mörzelspitze (1830 m), Hochälpelekopf (1464 m) and Lake Constance.
Deutsch: Statuen-Installation des Horizon Field-Projekts von Antony Gormley auf der Kanisfluh (2044 m), im Hintergrund Hoher Stoß (1806 m), Mörzelspitze (1830 m), Hochälpelekopf (1464 m) und der Bodensee.
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