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An sculpture in Anyang Central Park #1
Korea

Anyang Central Park is a symbolic park near Anyang city hall. It was built in 1993, the area is 119,667 m**2.

There are 50 sculptures or monuments around the park, so people can take a rest.

There are various playgrounds for tennis, roller skate, basketball etc.

Outdoor stage can hold 10,000 people, and lots of performances or events are played from time to time.

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