Apollontempel am Hundstalsee

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    The Temple of Apollo on the Hundstalsee is a work of art that represents the connection between nature - human, art - human, as well as art and nature. This work of art consists exclusively of stones around the Hundstaler See at 2,289 meters above sea level, which were leveled without any binding agents.Due to the long march, the sometimes difficult weather conditions and the fact that only about 30 to 40 days could be built in the year, the completion of the temple took 20 years.
    Start of construction: August 1986
    Completion: August 2006
    Opening: September 2007
    (Source: Wikipedia)

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    • September 20, 2019

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Location: Inzing, Innsbruck, Tyrol, Austria


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