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Exhibition of "Man & water & Market ",Albaro Sija Hall, Anyang Art Park
Korea

This exhibition hall was built by Albaro Sija. There held "Man & Water & Market" exhibition.

This Park was redeveloped from ordinary park into art park during APAP(Anyang Public Art Project 2005. For more information on APAP 2005, consult http://apap.anyang.go.kr/flashe/

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