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“Dubbed Future Flower, the 14 meter-high bloom has giant petals of perforated galvanized steel, each one of which (if you take a look at the pics in our gallery) is almost the length of a grown man!”
“Aftershocks continued to hit northeastern Japan Sunday, several days after a 8.9-magnitude earthquake and resulting 10-meter-high tsunami devastated the coastline.”
“Caches carved out of the live rock of the walls resembled two meter-high intaglio of scallop shells.”
“Photos of a 30-meter-high work from Romania, meanwhile, give an impression of what Brancusi actually tried to produce and what Serra can still achieve.”
“As its contribution to the Klimt Year, the Kunsthistorisches has erected a temporary 12-meter-high walkway that will allow visitors to get within a few meters of the murals.”
“The 116 meter-high dam will submerge a 47 kilometer stretch of the Subansiri River, a tributary of the Brahmaputra.”
“Cross Des Veoux Road just south of Statue Square and you'll find the 180-meter-high HSBC Main Building, whose unconventional modular design — by architect Sir Norman Foster — is something people either love or hate.”
“In the Tate Modern Turbine Hall, Tacita Dean has upended a 13-meter-high Cinemascope screen onto which is projected an 11-minute loop of analog "film in its purest form" says the press handout, mostly banal images, both black-and-white and color, framed by unmoving sprockets, and with no soundtrack.”
“The facility was first flooded by a quake-induced 15-meter-high tsunami on March 11.”
“As an ornamental backdrop for the gazebo, Diane hung strings of twinkling white lights and brought in two meter-high white column-style pedestals topped with large ceramic vases.”
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