Hakenberg Victory Column
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Hakenberg Victory Column - Germany
Hakenberg Victory Column is located in Brandenburg.
Hakenberg Victory Column monument was established on 1875-1879.
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It was designed by Christian Daniel Rauch and built between 1875 and 1879. It commemorates the victory of Frederick William, Elector of Brandenburg, over the troops of occupying Sweden in the Battle of Fehrbellin (1675).




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The Hakenberg Victory Column is a 36 metre tall monument with observation deck at Hakenberg near Fehrbellin in Brandenburg; Germany. A Victory column is a monument in the form of a column, erected in memory of a victorious war or battle. The column stands on a base and is crowned with a victory symbol in the form of a statue. The statue may represent the goddess Victoria, in Germany, the goddess Germania, in the United States either female embodiment of the nation Liberty or Columbia, in the United Kingdom, the female embodiment Britannia, an eagle, or a war hero.