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Sculpture Park - Alessandro Mendini
Veneto

Alessandro Mendini, "Monumento triplo"

1994

Nato per l' appassionato impegno di Adalberto Mestre,
il Parco della Scultura in Architettura è visitabile liberamente in qualsiasi ora del giorno e, in qualsiasi giorno dell'anno, a San Donà di Piave, in Via Vittorio Veneto.

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