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Brattebergan - Installation, 7 magical points
Norway

The sculpture "7 magical points" is located within the seacape in Brettebergan on RV 825. apr. 5 kilometers north of Tjeldsund bridge. The sculpture is 5 meters in diameters and weight 25 tons. It cutted out iron sculpture laying on a skifer rock. The artist is Martti Aiha from  Finland

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Uploaded: 07/03/2010
Updated: 08/09/2014
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