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Switzerland Zurich Escher-Wyss Los Carpinteros Catedrales
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Die Skulptur "Catedrales" der kubanischen Künstler Los Carpinteros wurde anlässlich des Festivals "Art in the City" aufgestellt. Der Akkuschrauber für diese Bits ist ziemlich gross :-)

Copyright: Markus kaeppeli
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Uploaded: 01/07/2012
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Tags: los carpinteros; art and the city; sculpture; cuba; brick
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