Victor Nozal Lozano

Victor Nozal Lozano

Victor Nozal Lozano
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https://flic.kr/p/93xYnK | Konstanz, Germany (Bodensee) | A view of the snow-laden clouds over the Bodensee, near the harbor entrance. Civilization in Konstanz traces to the late Stone Age, and was first settled by the Romans around 50 AD. Konstanz has an amazing history for such a small town. The statute to the right is the Imperia, a satirical commemoration of the Council of Konstanz (1414-1418) during which the only election for a Pope ever held North of the Alps took place.

https://flic.kr/p/93xYnK | Konstanz, Germany (Bodensee) | A view of the snow-laden clouds over the Bodensee, near the harbor entrance. Civilization in Konstanz traces to the late Stone Age, and was first settled by the Romans around 50 AD. Konstanz has an amazing history for such a small town. The statute to the right is the Imperia, a satirical commemoration of the Council of Konstanz (1414-1418) during which the only election for a Pope ever held North of the Alps took place.

https://flic.kr/p/H9vnQy | Rotating Imperia | Imperia is a statue created by German sculptor Peter Lenk in 1993. Situated at the entrance of the harbour of Konstanz, Germany, it rotates slowly around its axis. The two men sitting on her hands represent Pope Martin V and Emperor Sigismund who played a role during the Council of Konstanz (1414-1418). The statue refers to a short story by Balzac criticizing Catholic morals of that time. (Source: Wikipedia). As usual, I did not carry my tripod…

https://flic.kr/p/H9vnQy | Rotating Imperia | Imperia is a statue created by German sculptor Peter Lenk in 1993. Situated at the entrance of the harbour of Konstanz, Germany, it rotates slowly around its axis. The two men sitting on her hands represent Pope Martin V and Emperor Sigismund who played a role during the Council of Konstanz (1414-1418). The statue refers to a short story by Balzac criticizing Catholic morals of that time. (Source: Wikipedia). As usual, I did not carry my tripod…