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the First Kwanak Bridge, Anyang Art Park
Korea

This bridge is located in the center of Anyang Art Park.

This Park was redeveloped from ordinary park into art park during APAP(Anyang Public Art Project 2005. For more information on APAP 2005, consult http://apap.anyang.go.kr/flashe/

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