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Ladonia Nimis
Sweden

Closer look at Nimis. Sculpture which Lars Vilks is still building. He started 1980! If you want to go there take good shoes and be careful while climbing! Great work LARS!

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Uploaded: 15/11/2009
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Tags: nimis; ladonia; arild; tower; wood; sculpture; art; vilks; lars
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