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donau-bosporus-skylift
Bavaria

The Donau-Bosporus-Skylift by Res Ingold is part of the art project "Flugobjekte" outside the town of Eining at the Danube river in Bavaria from June 5th through October 31st 2010.

To learn more about the project visit the homepage of Flugobjekte.

And to learn more about the artist visit the homepage of Res Ingold.

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