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HEAVY STATIC ART ON THE PLACE WHERE IT IS
Museums are very important in our society because we can go to them for watching the greatest works of art and the artists who made these awesome masterpieces. Too, you can walk through their galleries where there is represented the evolution of our culture and to breath what on the past they lived.

But museums are not all in this world. There is another kind of art cultural propagation scattered in the street instead of being closed in a gallery. Thing, that one could say, that it gets a little insecure, but for the size and dimensions of the work we can say that they protect themselves from robbers hands. Some examples:

- Statue of Liberty (New York)
- Eiffel Tower (Paris)
- Mount Rushmore (South Dakota)

It is impossible that a robber tries to steal similar masterworks because of their dimensions and weight. They would need huge cranes for moving them from their places.

The main problem when you are going to do a close look to a work of art on the street is the same as to see something in a museum. We must move going to the place where the masterwork is.

And we really must go because this kind of art is only for being watched on the place where they are built, impossible that this kind of structures move to another country.

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