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Circle of Peace
Arizona

The Circle of Peace sculpture is located in the grounds of St Marys Basilica in Phoenix, Arizona.

The opening is for people to stand in and grasp the hands of the statues on either side to complete the 'circle of peace'.

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Uploaded: 08/06/2009
Updated: 17/11/2013
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