Under the Clock at St. Pancras Railway Station, London

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Tirada em 20/08/2014
For those that followed the hint to look under the clock in my original St. Pancras Panorama (http://www.viewat.org/?i=en&;id_aut=7366&id_pn=25199&pag=1&sec=pn) here is a better view of Paul Day's 9m tall sculpture "The Meeting Place" and its surroundings. Do note the ring of smaller sculptures around the base of the main sculpture.
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Latitude: 51° 31' 48" N, Longitude: -0° 7' 31" E see »

Localização: United Kingdom

Panoramas by John Michael Leslie

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