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    • Megan Smith

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    • Eva Machak

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    • Nicole Couwenberg

      This is a monument called the Star Sower, erected in 1939 in Kaunas, Lithuania. In September 2008 photographer Morfai posted photos showing stars painted on the wall behind the statue and the statue illuminated at night with the resulting shadow. Unfortunately, the stars were considered graffiti and were ultimately painted over.

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