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The world’s first ever sand museum

April 3, 2012
The world’s first ever sand museum, located in Tottori, Japan, is focusing it’s sand sculpture exhibition on the theme of ‘Great Britain’ as the nation celebrates it’s hosting of the London 2012 Olympic Games. The exhibition is open to the public with fourteen foreign sculptors creating structures based on British themes such as the British Empire, Modern London and landmarks of London.

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‘Absolute Monarchism Under the Regime of Queen Elizabeth I’ by Ilya Filimontsev

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‘Big Ben in Westminster’
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‘British History, Industrial Revolution’ by Enguerrand David

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‘Big Ben in Westminster’ by Leonardo Ugolini

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‘British Literature William Shakespeare’

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‘Imperial Guards In Front of The Palace’ by Nicola Wood

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‘London Taxi and Tourists’

Queen Elizabeth II with the Horse Wagon’ by Alexey Shchitov

‘British Science Legend of Sir Isaac Newton & Charles Robert Darwin’ by Karen Fralich

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