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Lions River Station Sculpture

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Lions River Station Sculpture - South Africa
Lions River Station Sculpture - South Africa
Lions River Station Sculpture
­čôŹ South Africa
Lions River Station Sculpture is a sculpture located in Lions River, South Africa. It was created in 2003 by South African artist Fred Schimmel. It is made up of two three-dimensional figures, representing a man and a woman looking at each other. It stands on a simple plinth of granite, surrounded by a steel frame that enshrines the figures and the plinth. The sculpture is placed in the middle of a large field, in a very quiet location away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. It is a remarkable symbol of strength and resilience through adversity, signifying the hope, strength, and determination of the people of Lions River. It stands as a reminder to us all of the bravery and courage of those who lived through conflict and strife. It is a unique work of art, representing a powerful time in South African history.

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