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Is the horn torus homeomorphic to some other well known object? In particular, the standard torus can be described by a square with collapsed edges. What about the horn torus?

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The homotopy type is a bouquet of one sphere and one circle. – some guy on the street Apr 17 '10 at 1:49

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