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A replica of the sculpture "slave" of Michelangelo is seen under a Rainforest tree in the Gasometer in Oberhausen, Germany, Thursday, April 7, 2011. The exhibit is part of the new UNESCO exhibition "Magic places - nature and culture monuments of the world". Large format photos and replica of culture landmarks show the wonders of nature and mankind in the giant former steel factory's gas container. Highlight of the exhibition is a 43-meter high sculpture "Rainforest tree" towering up in the 100-metre high space in the Gasometer. (AP Photo/Martin Meissner)

A replica of the sculpture "slave" of Michelangelo is seen under a Rainforest tree in the Gasometer in Oberhausen, Germany, Thursday, April 7, 2011. The exhibit is part of the new UNESCO exhibition "Magic places - nature and culture monuments of the world". Large format photos and replica of culture landmarks show the wonders of nature and mankind in the giant former steel factory's gas container. Highlight of the exhibition is a 43-meter high sculpture "Rainforest tree" towering up in the 100-metre high space in the Gasometer.

Un árbol gigante en el gasómetro

8 de abril de 2011

La escultura de 43 metros es parte de la exhibición de la UNESCO "Lugares mágicos: naturaleza y monumentos culturales del mundo".