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It really was an attractive solution, calluna. :)
Clever combination of art and functionality. Definitely eye-catching.
It really "caught our eyes", Andie...and helped keep all the bicycles well organized. :D
What a good idea,and quite artistic too.Thanks Faye and Marry.♥☺♥☺♥
We came upon it by accident, Francine...as it had only just been installed! I loved it, too. And because it was so recent, it was a surprise for Marry, too. ;)))Thank you, Marry...we've just returned from visiting my niece and her toddler today. She's scheduled to have the twins on November 1st. :)
This is a fence that mimics bicycle wheels, and it surrounds an open air free of charge bicycle parking area. It is off Dam Square. It fences the bikes in and partially hides them from sight at the same time. Also, it becomes very apparent where you are allowed to store your bike, and where not.This area has been the construction site of the new metro line for many years. Now it's finished and operational, and the area is 'handed back' to the public.Just the other day I found out how come we see bikes with blue tyres all of a sudden. It is a systeem that is called 'swapbike'. For a monthly fee, you get to use a bicycle. When you run into a problem with the bike, like a flat tyre or some other defect, you hand the bike in and you are given another one to use.The systeem seems quite popular, there's quite a number of blue tyres around.
I love this and am looking foward to comments. Is this 'wall' on more than one side?