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La Nave sul lungomare di Pescara
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La scultura in marmo di Carrara raffigurante una nave a remi è dell'artista Pietro Cascella, e fu posta nel 1987 dal Comune di Pescara n Piazza 1° Maggio per abbellire il lungomare.

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Uploaded: 16/04/2011
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