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Statue On Bega Shore
Timisoara

sometime in the '80s there was a sculpture camp here in Timisoara and the results were to remain on the shore of Bega

I don't know the details and the title of the sculpture but with time it became an interesting and well known spot of Timisoara. When given the chance don't hesitate to visit and enjoy its presence

The pictures are from March 30 2010 - a beautiful and rewarding spring afternoon

Copyright: Valentin Arfire
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