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MAB Cosenza en Plein Air Carlo Bilotti Museum , Sasha Sosno I Bronzi di Riace
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I bronzi di Riace , opera di Sasha Sosno donata dal mecenate Carlo Bilotti al Museo all'Aperto che porta il suo nome. Il MAB si trova lungo l' Isola Pedonale di Corso Mazzini a Cosenza

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Uploaded: 25/03/2009
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Tags: mab; museo all'aperto; carlo bilotti; cosenza
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