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Ready for Rio? Italian Land Artist Uses Tractor to Plough Giant Olympics Tribute

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If you happen to be flying over Italy's Verona region, you might see a giant work of art in honor of the Rio Olympics from the sky. "Land artist" Dario Gambarin paid tribute to the upcoming Olympics in Rio on Tuesday, by carving a huge earth mural in a field that stretches for nearly 600 feet. The artwork depicts Rio's Christ the Redeemer statue holding five Olympic rings just in time for the Rio Olympics opening ceremony on August 6.

Added on the 02/08/2016 17:51:32 - Copyright : RT Ruptly EN

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