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The Europe Fountain in Grafenwörth interprets the Greek legend “Europa”. Europa sits on the Zeus bull formed from waves. The depiction of Europa is by Michail Nogin, the fountain by Prof. Hans Muhr.
The beautiful princess named Europa lived with her parents in a large palace. When Zeus heard of her beauty, he wanted to meet her as soon as possible and fell in love with her. Because of his suspicious wife Hera, Zeus transformed himself into a bull as a disguise. His messenger Hermes drove a herd of bulls near Europa, who was playing on the beach, and the Zeus bull carried her off on his back. He swam with her to Matala on the island of Crete, where he changed back. Due to a promise of Aphrodite, the foreign continent was named after Europa.