Elogio Del Horizonte,Gijón

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Obra De: Eduardo Chillida Juantegui
(San Sebastián, 1924- 2002)

Elogio del Horizonte, 1990
Cerro de Santa Catalina. Gijón

Material y medidas:
Hormigón, 10 metros de altura y un volumen de 200 metros cúbicos. Peso 500 toneladas.

Se inaugura el 9 de junio de 1990 habiéndose iniciado los trabajos en 1989

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  1. Rui Palha 83 months ago | reply

    Very nice composition.

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  5. Alex //Berlin _ Alexander Stübner 83 months ago | reply

    WOW! Impressed. This Picture looks great!


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  7. The Lady of Shalot 83 months ago | reply

    Admired in
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  8. MrGemy 83 months ago | reply

    Great metaphysic composition! Good!

  9. Kap'n'Kaos 83 months ago | reply

    Super ! (so says the gull)

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  10. Juanan Pintado 81 months ago | reply

    Ties Razón Tophes ! Ye Que'l Vater De King Kong Ta Muy A Mano !

  11. albuskina [deleted] 81 months ago | reply

    aii gijon del alma (L) :)

  12. funsky1 78 months ago | reply

    Looks almost like a vintage post card.

    Nice treatment!

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