RT published this video item, entitled “Statue of girl submerged in water draws crowd in Spain’s Bilbao” – below is their description.
Well, that’s definitely not something you see everyday on your commute. A sculpture of a girl’s head in water near Bilbao’s Zubi Zuri bridge has stunned passersby. Dubbed ‘Bihar’ (Tomorrow), the sculpture is covered and uncovered by water as the tide goes in and out.
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