Mindblowing Sculptures arround the World

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MIDDELKERKE, BELGIUM – JUNE 28: Sculptures made of sand inspired by farytales are seen at the Annual Sea Sculpture Festival on June 28, 2008 in Middelkerke, Belgium.

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MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – DECEMBER 26:  A sand sculpture entitled “Alice and the Caterpillar” carved by Christina Mija from Australia is seen at the Creepy Crawlies Sandsculpting Exhibition on the Frankston waterfront on December 26, 2010 in Melbourne, Australia. International sand sculpture artists from around the world teamed up with their Australian counterparts to create the insect themed exhibition that will be open to the public until April, 2011.

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MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – DECEMBER 26:  A sand sculpture entitled “Flea Circus” carved by Susanne Ruseler from the Netherlands is seen at the Creepy Crawlies Sandsculpting Exhibition on the Frankston waterfront on December 26, 2010 in Melbourne, Australia. International sand sculpture artists from around the world teamed up with their Australian counterparts to create the insect themed exhibition that will be open to the public until April, 2011.

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MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – DECEMBER 26:  A sand sculpture entitled “Enchanted Garden” carved by Meg Murray from Australia is seen at the Creepy Crawlies Sandsculpting Exhibition on the Frankston waterfront on December 26, 2010 in Melbourne, Australia. International sand sculpture artists from around the world teamed up with their Australian counterparts to create the insect themed exhibition that will be open to the public until April, 2011.

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MIDDELKERKE, BELGIUM – JUNE 28: people build sand sculptures inspired by farytales at the Annual Sea Sculpture Festival on June 28, 2008 in Middelkerke, Belgium.

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ZEEBRUGGE, BELGIUM – JULY 15:  A sand sculpture is pictured on the site of the Sand Sculptures Festival on July 15, 2004 in Zeebrugge, Belgium. The Sand Sculptures Festival in Zeebrugge is one of the largest sand sculptures festivals in the world, this year’s theme is Hollywood.

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WESTON-SUPER-MARE, UNITED KINGDOM – JULY 12:  Sand sculptures are displayed at the Sand Sculpture Festival as it opens to the public on July 12 2008 in Weston Super Mare, England. Sand artists from across the globe have gathered at the festival to create themes, buildings and landmarks from 360 tonnes of sand representing the seven continents of the world. The festival runs until the end of August.

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ZEEBRUGGE, BELGIUM – JULY 15:  A sand sculpture is pictured on the site of the Sand Sculptures Festival on July 15, 2004 in Zeebrugge, Belgium. The Sand Sculptures Festival in Zeebrugge is one of the largest sand sculptures festivals in the world, this year’s theme is Hollywood.

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A Russian boy stands near a sand sculpture of (L to R) former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, US President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Soviet dictator Josef Stalin sitting together during the Yalta Conference of February 1945, in Moscow on April 30, 2010. Russia will celebrate the 65th anniversary of Allied Forces’ victory over the Hitler coalition in WWII on May 9.

 

 

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WESTON-SUPER-MARE, ENGLAND – JULY 04: The sun shines on Weston-super-Mare’s Sand Sculpture Festival and the sand art currently being displayed on July 4, 2011 in Weston-Super-Mare, England. Now in its fourth year and with a Amazon Jungle theme for 2011, the seaside resort’s event attracts top sand sculptors from across the world and runs throughout the summer months.

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WESTON-SUPER-MARE, ENGLAND – JULY 04:  The sun shines on Weston-super-Mare’s Sand Sculpture Festival and the sand art currently being displayed on July 4, 2011 in Weston-Super-Mare, England. Now in its fourth year and with a Amazon Jungle theme for 2011, the seaside resort’s event attracts top sand sculptors from across the world and runs throughout the summer months.

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RYE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA – FEBRUARY 16:  A detail of a sand sculpture at the Australian Sand Sculpting Championships, February 16, 2003 in Rye, Victoria, Australia. Ten sand sculptures some up to 15 metres high, were made from 1500 tonnes of sand which took a month to complete. This years theme included a French Carnivale maze,with larger than life sculptures of a Ferris wheel, carousel and fun house. Sand artists from all over the world competed in the event.

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WESTON-SUPER-MARE, UNITED KINGDOM – JULY 12:  Sand sculptures are displayed at the Sand Sculpture Festival as it opens to the public on July 12 2008 in Weston Super Mare, England. Sand artists from across the globe have gathered at the festival to create themes, buildings and landmarks from 360 tonnes of sand representing the seven continents of the world. The festival runs until the end of August.

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MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA – DECEMBER 26:  A sand sculpture entitled “Giant Scorpion” carved by Fergus Mulvany from Ireland is seen at the Creepy Crawlies Sandsculpting Exhibition on the Frankston waterfront on December 26, 2010 in Melbourne, Australia. International sand sculpture artists from around the world teamed up with their Australian counterparts to create the insect themed exhibition that will be open to the public until April, 2011.

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ZHOUSHAN, CHINA – JULY 12: (CHINA OUT) A sand artist adds finishing touches to a sand sculpture on the Nansha Beach on July 12, 2006 in Zhujiajian Island, China. The 8th Zhoushan International Sand Sculpture Festival will be held from July 15 in this coastal city.

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BLANKENBERGE, BELGIUM – JUNE 05: A sand sculpture is displayed during the annual Blankenberge sand sculpture Festival 2010 themed “travel around the world”, with treasures from 5 continents and 40 countries, made by 40 artists from 9 different nationalities on June 5, 2010 in Blankenberge, Belgium.

 

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