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The Three Gossips in Gießen, Germany

When the Die drei Schwätzer, or "The Three Gossips" statue was erected in the public square of Giessen, Germany, it was immediately loved by the townsfolk, who perhaps saw a bit of themselves in these three new residents of town. The lifesize bronze sculpture was created by Karl-Henning Seeman given to the city of Giessen by the local Volksbank for its 125 th anniversary, upon which an uncommonly large number of citizens came out to greet the town's newest additions.
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