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Artists dedicate works to Tatras

THREE artists from the Slovak and Polish sides of the High Tatras met at the sixth international sculpture symposium titled Artists to the Tatras. Between June 12 and 23, Slovak artist Štefan Hudzik and Peter Strassner and Polish artist Czeslaw Podlesny create works in tribute to the mountains.

The symposium's will officially present its new works on June 23 at 15:30. There will be altogether 18 sculptures in the park of the Nový Smokovec by the time the symposium ends.

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