Lederstrumpfbrunnen

Local nameLederstrumpf-Brunnen
LocationEdenkoben, Germany

The Lederstrumpfbrunnen is a fountain in the German city of Edenkoben. It commemorates the frontiersman Johann Adam Hartmann, who was born in this city and considered by some as a possible inspiration for the character Natty Bumppo of the Leatherstocking Tales novels by the American writer James Fenimore Cooper.The three main sculptures around the fountain are Hartman/Bumppo depicted as a hunter with a rifle and accompanied by a dog, the Indian chief Chingachgook and the artist Max Slevogt, who created some of the best known illustrations for the German editions of the novels.The fountain was designed between 1987 and 1990 by the German sculptor Gernot Rumpf.

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Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lederstrumpfbrunnen

Address 93 Weinstraße, Edenkoben 67480, Germany

Coordinates 49°16'57.232" N 8°7'39.173" E

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