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Eugenio d'Ors y Su Monument Enigmatico

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macedonboy wrote a review Apr 2019
Glasgow, United Kingdom146645 contributions100885 helpful votes
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This monument stands in tribute to Eugenio d'Ors. The enigmatic monument is supposed to be a reference to his philosophical works on ignorance and wisdom. Even after reading up on this and staring at the monument, I fee I'm still in the former camp. The monument depict a woman and a "thing" looking at each other. The women holds her right hand up in a gesture of peace. The thing, whatever it like like a cross between a seal and a lizard.
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