Horseman at Maria-Theresia-Platz

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Horseman at Maria-Theresia-Platz in Vienna. The sculptural masterpiece in marble was created by Theodor Friedl. The statue from 1892 shows a Germanic man trying to tame a rearing horse. The motif of the horseman or horse tamers has often been depicted in sculpture. Examples from the Roman period are the Dioscuri on Capitol Square and the Dioscuri Fountain on Quirinal Square in Rome. As you can see on the picture, the shooting was quite difficult because of the nearby tree. In the background the Natural History Museum.

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There are many websites and other media showing collections of monuments. The images provided there reflect the perspective of the respective photographer. You have no way of seeing the monument from all sides and discovering interesting details that are particularly present in lavishly built monuments. This shortcoming has inspired me to create monuments and interesting buildings as 3D models and to make them available to you on "Lower Austria 3D". In the three-dimensional monuments shown here, you are the photographer. With simple navigation, you can rotate and turn the 3D model as you like and get a view that would not be possible on simple pictures or during a visit on site.


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