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Children of the Earth monument
Norway

In june 15:th 1988 a group of seven children from Tanzania, Brazil, Japan, Thailand, Italy, Sovjet Union and USA were gathered here at the North Cape. In one week they created the monument 'Barn av Jorden' / 'Children of the Earth' a symbol of coorperation, friendship, hope and joy.

Copyright: Stig nordlander
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Uploaded: 16/08/2010
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