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Deutsch: “Der moderne Buchdruck“, Detail der vierten Skulptur von sechs beim Berliner Walk of Ideas zur FIFA Fußball-Weltmeisterschaft Deutschland 2006, enthüllt am 21. April 2006 auf dem Bebelplatz, einem Platz nahe dem Boulevard Unter den Linden gegenüber der Humboldt Universität. Die Skulptur erinnert an Johannes Gutenberg, den Erfinder des modernen Buchdruck um 1450 in Mainz.
English: "Modern Book Printing" (detail), fourth sculpture (from six) of the Berlin Walk of Ideas on the occasion of 2006 FIFA World Cup Germany. Unveiling: 21 April 2006 at Bebelplatz, square near the Unter den Linden in front of Humboldt University. It is to commemorate to Johannes Gutenberg, the inventor of modern book printing around 1450 in Mainz
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