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The Kelpies at night, Falkirk

The Kelpies are mythological beasts with a name derived from the Scottish Gaelic term ‘calpa’ meaning ‘heifer’ or ‘colt’. They are the largest equine sculptures in the world. Each stands 30 metres high and weighs 300 tonnes.

They are located in Falkirk, adjacent to the Forth and Clyde Canal and were erected as a monument to Scotland's horse-powered heritage. Their creator, the sculptor Andy Scott modelled them on two Clydesdale horses, a strong breed that once pulled barges up and down Scotland's canals.

Copyright: Gary Davies
Art: Spherical
Resolution: 17376x8688
Taken: 24/09/2018
Hochgeladen: 27/01/2020


Tags: kelpies; falkirk; scotland; scottish; sculpture; helix park; forth and clyde; canal; andy scott; horses; clydesdale; equine; mythology
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