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The Paper Boat

Creative and simple artwork that symbolizes the bond between the river and the city.

This sculpture was built by local architects Gustavo Augsburger and Daniel Kosik, who chose a quasi-universal icon, so simple and powerful that goes beyond boundaries, languages, and cultures. Today, The Paper Boat stands as a symbol of the bond between the river and this riverside area, with a past characterized by the port, industries and cereal, and a present of booming urban transformation. It is 10 m long and 4.5 m high. To evoke the simplicity of paper, it was constructed with white corrugated iron.

Address: Av. Francia Bis 294, Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina
Entry: Gratis
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