The park in front of the Olympic museum is a sculpture garden with many statues related to sport. In 2013, when we visited Lausanne, the museum and park was in reconstruction. Several statues were taken away for restauration and maintenance, others were placed temporarily. This is one of those temporary, depicting a fisherman dragging cockles or mussels from the waterside.
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