“That’s absolutely right,” says Edy Prick of the Brunnepe Heritage Conservation Foundation, who has also been involved in the discussion about the Berk monument on behalf of the foundation in recent years. According to him, Horn’s graffiti artwork, a mural on a number of layers of lime, was also unsuitable from the outset as an exterior wall. The images and colors, including images of Kampen, shipping on the IJssel and the pan factory in 1851, have faded. And the wall, made in four parts, is also currently incomplete.
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