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Sand sculpture festival Magic sand 2007, Jurmala, Latvia
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At 2007 summer in Jurmala held the First International Baltic Sand Sculpture festival "Magic Sand" where participated 8 students of Art Academy of Latvia and 8 International artists.


Here is some of participating artists:
www.sandissue.com
www.artofuldis.com

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