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Arc of Freedom at Chillida Leku
Northern Spain
"One day I dreamed of a utopia: to find a space where they could rest my sculptures and people walk among them like a forest", and Eduardo Chillida's dream came true, but unfortunately this splendid place is no longer open at the moment to the public. This year 2012, marks 10 years since the death of the Basque artist.
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Uploaded: 19/08/2012
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