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Friday 24 March 2017 | Written by Richard Moore | Published in Local

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Giant sculpture moved to place of honour
Maite Teamo is glad her “baby” made it safely to its new resting place. 17032311

It isn’t every day a three tonne rock moves a couple of kilometres down the road, but early yesterday morning the Arras Conch statue made its way from the back road to its place of honour at the RSA Cemetery in Panama.

It isn’t every day a three tonne rock moves a couple of kilometres down the road, but early yesterday morning the Arras Conch statue made its way from the back road to its place of honour at the RSA Cemetery in Panama.


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