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Great PaulVDV 2020-12-02 6:48

Hello Mariusz,
If a monument were ever to be erected in a place spared from the COVID epidemic, where could it be?
A small archipelago in the Pacific? Or maybe New Zealand because of their efficient response to the pandemic?
At least not in Europe, the Americas or China.
In Central Europe I have also seen similar monuments as in your photo of Dresden. But with regard to the plague. Usually it were columns. It surprised me then because in my own country I don't know such monuments.
Your photo in the WS shows that this fountain looks a bit like a column.
Clear and sharp presentations.
Best regards, Paul

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Old 12-02-2020, 02:53 PM
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Hi Paul,
I suppose the idea is to celebrate being spared by the disease.
So those who survive it, let's hope we will, they may feel thankful, regardless whether the disease arrived there or not.
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