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  • English: Intricate sand castle sculpture, approx. 10 feet high, in Victoria, Australia
  • Deutsch: Sand-Art-Sandskulptur, ca. 3 m hoch, in Victoria ( Australien)
Date 10 May 2002
Source 11:54, 1. Feb 2004 . . Guyking (Talk) . . 300x355 (35607 Byte) (Sand castle sculpture)
Author G. King
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