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2,400 tons of magnificence

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13:13, December 08, 2011

Dutch artist Marjon Katerberg works on her Hanuman sand sculpture to illustrate the Ramayana epic story, during the Indonesia Sand Sculpture Festival at Sentul City in Bogor, West Java province, December 7, 2011. The festival, where 2,400 tonnes of sand will be used, features creations by 22 international artists from 11 countries. It will run from December 18 to January 28, 2012.(Photo/Agencies)


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