We travelled to Viterbo, Italy to see the Palace of the Popes. In the end it was perched up on the hill and it looked a steep climb. However there was an interesting statue in the open grass area down from the Car Park. It was a statue of a silver giant trying to break free of the earth where he was buried. Although adorned with graffiti on several of the limbs, it was impressive. I since found out it was sculpted by an American Seward Johnson.
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