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Sweden Stockholm Skeppsholmen Four Elements Alexander Calder
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On the Stockholm island of Skeppsholmen we can find the museum of modern art, the Moderna Museet. In front of it the work " Four Elements" by Alexander Calder lines the path to the entrance. It is part of a sculpture park surrounding the museum.

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Uploaded: 17/08/2013
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