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Family of menhirs
Northern Spain

The Family of Menhirs, also known as "Menhirs for peace" is an sculpture by Manolo Paz, a group of twelve menhirs on an strategic location so you can see through the holes in them, the sea, the tower of Hercules, the sunset....

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Tags: corunna; sculpture; menhir; tower; hercules
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