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The figure of "seeing eye" in the Park of Forged Figures
Ukraine

Forged Figures Park - this is a unique park in Donetsk with sculptures, forged from metal. Each year it hosts the International festival of blacksmith art. According to tradition, all the figures after the festival remain in the park (now there are over 200 pieces).

Оfficial site: pkf.donbass.name

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