Papua New Guinea Sculpture Garden

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In 1994 artisans from the Sepik River region of Papua Guinea were commissioned by the anthropology department of Stanford to create a seemingly natural woodland collection of sculptures. More than 20 poles are carved from wood and stone, depicting Sepik mythological figures and creatures. With the fascinating artwork and beautiful surroundings this is a great place for kids and adults - and it's free! (Submitted by Louise C)

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