The Karin Schreyer fountain in front of the town hall in Krailling is made from three, approximately 140 cm tall, radially symmetrical arches from Tittling coarse grain with a small fountain in the middle. The water is collected in a granite basin under the floor covering. The fountain sculpture was cut into a raw state at the Aicha factory and sculptor Peter Lutterkord applied the finishing touches. Lorenz Wießmann designed the fountain in art class at Feodor Lynen high school in Planegg. The floor plan in the form of a triskele is a reference to the early Celtic occupation of Krailling.
|Trade name:||Tittling Coarse Grain|
|Petrographic name :||Granite|
|Quarry:||Hoehenberg Quarry, Bachstraße 27, 94104 Tittling, Germany|
|Coordinates:||13.364° E / 48.745° N (WGS 84)|
|Typical colour:||faintly yellow, greyish-white|
coarse-grained; appears with white, partially also differently coloured veining of differing widths and shapes as well as darker inclusions in various sizes and streaks
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