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Eduardo Chillida: Buscando la Luz
Munich
The Spanish Basque sculptor Eduardo Chillida made this last of his monumental sculptures in 1997. It is called "Buscando la Luz" which translates to "The search for the light". The three buildings, that can be seen through the steel structure are all museums.
More about Eduardo Chillida can be read in this article.

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