Siegessäulen

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The two Siegessäulen (English: Two Victory Columns) is a pair of outdoor columns surmounted by bronze statues of Victoria, the goddess of victory. They were made in 1840 by the German sculptor Christian Daniel Rauch and installed in the park of Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin, Germany, in front of the west façade of the Neuer Pavillon.[1]

Zwei Siegessäulen
English: Two Victory Columns
Christian Daniel Rauch - Zwei Friedenssäulen 02.jpg
SubjectVictoria
LocationBerlin, Germany
The victory columns in front of the Neuer Pavillon

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Coordinates: 52°31′17″N 13°17′56″E / 52.52129°N 13.29875°E / 52.52129; 13.29875