The Wrought Iron Well on the main square in Bruck

Landmarks in the City

The Wrought Iron Well on the main square in Bruck The Wrought Iron Well, its charm enhanced by the Renaissance-style pergola perched on it as a crown, is one of the most significant examples of wrought iron work in Styria.

It has been a landmark of prominence on the main square of the city since the beginning of the 17th century. An inscription on the well notes that it was erected in 1626.


The inscription:
"I, Hanns Prasser
Do love wine more than water
Would I thirst for water, not wine
Much more wealth could I call mine."

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