This fountain, erected in 1956, is situated near the Leeson Street entrance to the park. It consists of a group of three bronze figures - Nornenbrunnen, representing the Three Fates, who weave and measure the thread of man's destiny.———
The monument was the gift of the German Federal Republic to mark its appreciation of the help and generosity of the Irish people during the time of distress and hardship after the Second World War. The work was designed by the Bavarian Sculptor, Professor Josef Wackerle.
This fountain, designed by the sculptor Josef Wackerle, is the gift of the people of the German Federal Republic to mark their gratitude for Ireland's help after the war of 1939-45. The bronze group portrays the three legendary fates spinning and measuring the thread of man's destiny.
Bronntanas ? mhuintir Phoblacht Ch?naidhme na Gearm?ine mar chomhartha bu?ochais i gcomaoin[?] na cabhrach a thug ?ire d?ibh i ndiaidh chogadh 1939-45 is ea an scard?n seo a dhearaigh an dealbh?ir. Josef Wackerle. l?ir?onn na dealbha cr?-umha triur bandia na sc?ala?ochta ag sn?omh agus ag tomhas sn?ithe cinni?na an duine
In Dankbarkeit f?r die Hilfe, die das irische Volk deutschen Kindern nach dem Zweiten Weltkrieg gew?hrte
Le bu?ochas as an gcabhair a thug muintir n? h?ireann do ph?ist? Gearm?nacha tar ?is an Dara Cogadh Domhanda
With gratitude for the help given to German children by the Irish people after World War II
Prident der Bundesrepublik Deutschland
Uachtar?n Phoblacht Ch?naidme na Gearm?ine
President of the Federal Republic of Germany
[Gaelic and German transcriptions are best efforts]