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The Hague, Holland - its sculpture seen from the satellite - a satellite image of the intended location for a sculpture in The Hague, Holland.

A satellite image of te location for the sculpture, Arch, in The Hague Hollandarch - 1988/present - steel - Ø50 1250x1250x1250cm - Binckhorstlaan/Neherkade, The Hague NL

Arch would have connected two perpendicular traffic islands with two half arches connecting above the center of the intersection. But the communication between the committee for the arts and the department of public works failed - as the plans for the intersection were revised before the committee was informed - and the sculpture was ready. it waited almost twenty years before it would be installed in Rhoon Holland.

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The Hague Holland and the sculpture of Lucien den Arend

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