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Cow Parade Ventspils 2012 (Pomegranate Cow)
Latvia
Pomegranate is one of the most universal symbols of Azerbaijan, presented by Museib in a bright oriental form on the cow's rather Latvian body.
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Uploaded: 03/07/2012
Updated: 05/07/2012
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