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    • Up, Up and Away: Sculptures That Defy Gravity Around the World
    • Up, Up and Away: Sculptures That Defy Gravity Around the World
    • Up, Up and Away: Sculptures That Defy Gravity Around the World
    • Up, Up and Away: Sculptures That Defy Gravity Around the World
    • Up, Up and Away: Sculptures That Defy Gravity Around the World
    • Up, Up and Away: Sculptures That Defy Gravity Around the World
    • Up, Up and Away: Sculptures That Defy Gravity Around the World
    • Up, Up and Away: Sculptures That Defy Gravity Around the World
    • Up, Up and Away: Sculptures That Defy Gravity Around the World
    • Up, Up and Away: Sculptures That Defy Gravity Around the World
    • Up, Up and Away: Sculptures That Defy Gravity Around the World
    • Up, Up and Away: Sculptures That Defy Gravity Around the World
    • Up, Up and Away: Sculptures That Defy Gravity Around the World
    • Up, Up and Away: Sculptures That Defy Gravity Around the World
    'The Force of Nature II' by Lorenzo Quinn, Berkeley Square.

    There are many spectacular landmarks and sculptures located in various corners of the world, and some of these creations look like they are attempting to defy the very laws of physics and gravity.

    Merely looking at them makes one wonder how these works of art manage to remain erect and not topple over, or what kind of effort it took for their authors to make these creations possible.

    Here are but a few such sculptures, located in Singapore, Poland, Britain, France, Spain, the United States and other countries.

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