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Georges Morin is said to be the creator of the Samaritan Monument. He reportedly learned his trade from Ludwik Manzl who designed, among others Sedina, or Hercules fighting a centaur. Georges Morin completed his work in 1938. The monument was then erected next to the emerging medical facility of the Luftwaffe. The work of the Berlin sculptor presents two athletic figures. One of them is sitting on a horse, leaning on the shoulder of the other. The symbolism refers to the health center and the need for helping people. The monument with the plinth measures approx. 3 meters. In its rear part there is an inscription with the artist's name and surname.

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