Tuesday, August 31, 2010

QUESTION 324

What is this structure?
When was it built? And which personality is it primarily dedicated to?
Explain.

11 comments:

Priyank Mehta said...

Johann Gutenberg :)
the structure is 'der moderne buchdruck'
built in april, 2006
its present on the walk of ideas, and is one of six sculptures

Anonymous said...

dedicated to gutenberg,on the occasion of 2006 fifa world cup in germany & this is situated in
front of humboldt university.


-----------------------------v.chandrashekar

sri krishnan said...

Its the Gutenberg monument..... Its dedicated to him....without him all those books wont be there...dunno when it was built......

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Ameya said...

quoting wiki
The Walk of Ideas is a set of six sculptures designed by designers of Scholz & Friends[1] for the 2006 FIFA World Cup football event at Berlin in Germany. The set of sculptures was unveiled on 21 April 2006 at Bebelplatz, a square near the Unter den Linden, at the entrance to Humboldt University. The exhibition was part of the event entitled, Welcome to Germany, the land of ideas and the opening of the exhibition was covered by reporters for the international mass media. The sculptures were displayed until September 2006.

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pranav said...

walk of ideas.
primarily dedicated to johannes gutenburg

Siddarth Pai said...

the berlin book sculpture, part of the walk of ideas for the 2006 fifa world cup

dedicated to gutenberg, a german

founder of the printing press

homage to him

churott said...

modern book printing monument dedicated to johann gutenberg, built to make germany more scenic nd glorify famous germans during the 2006 FIFA world cup

Anonymous said...

2006 fifa world cup,dedicated to gutenburg-
nabarun

deepti said...

this was built during 2006 world cup .it comemmorates johannes gutenburg the inventor of modern printing press