On the Use of a Bathtub

Park benches made of halves of a bathtub at the Fockerberg park, Leipzig, Germany. The benches were designed to commemorate Paul Fröhlich, a local derby organizer, who died a few years ago. Among the competitions organized by Fröhlich was a bathtub derby.

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Interestingly, Fockerberg itself is a hill made of debris of the WWII, and now one of the greenest areas of Leipzig.

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