umgedrehte Kommode

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  • Aro

    The water tower on the Stadtwerder was completed in 1873. Since his four towers look like the legs of a dresser that stands upside down, he has been wearing the affectionate nickname "Upside Down Dresser" ever since.Today, the water tower is occasionally used for exhibitions and theater productions. In the future, the "reversed chest of drawers" forms the center of a new district. On the site of the former waterworks, 220 residential units are being built in a prime location.
    Downtown, Werdersee, Café Sand are just a stone's throw away, or even a boat's length, from the water tower. (Source:

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    • April 3, 2016

  • Dirk

    very interesting stuff, you should look at

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    • August 25, 2019

  • Vlady

    The water tower on the Werder is the oldest water tower in the city of Bremen. The 47-meter-high building - also popularly known as the "reversed dresser" - on the Stadtwerder was part of the Bremer Wasserkunst with operator swb AG. Wikipedia

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    • September 20, 2019

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Location: Bremen, Germany


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