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Sculpture Park of Bukgu Culture & Art Center
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대구 북구 관음동에 위치한 북구문화예술회관 조각공원입니다. <공간의 의미 - 21>을 비롯하여 훌륭한 작품들이 한자리에 전시되어 있어 시민들이 쉽게 접근하고 감상할 수 있습니다. 그 외에도 문화예술회관안에는 솟대동산과 장승길, 야생화동산 등 테마별로 다양한 시설들을 갖추고 있습니다.

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