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Anyang Art Park from Observatory
Korea

This tower is on top of the park, which resembles contour. You can see the numbers on the road, which means the distance until the peak.

This Park was redeveloped from ordinary park into art park during APAP(Anyang Public Art Project 2005. For more information on APAP 2005, consult http://apap.anyang.go.kr/flashe/

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Uploaded: 25/02/2010
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