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English: en:Sky Mirror, a sculpture by en:Anish Kapoor.
Date April 2008 (Uploaded on Commons at 2010-08-07 15:06:11 (UTC)/Original uploaded at 2008-04-15 17:25:56)
Source en:User:Superhasn (Original uploaded on en.wikipedia)
Author en:User:Superhasn (Transfered by JeremyA/Original uploaded by Superhasn)
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