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A big rabbit on our main square
Orebro
The rabbit is included in this year's summer art exhibition in Örebro and has become very popular. It is created by the Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman. It was this year (2011) 70 artists who exhibited their artwork around the center of Orebro
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