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GERMANY
RTROMAI
April 29, 1999
A view from the top inside a disused gasometer shows 13,000 painted oildrums in Oberhausen April 29....
Oberhausen, Germany
A WALL OF OILDRUMS IS BUILT IN A GASOMETER IN OBERHAUSEN.
A view from the top inside a disused gasometer shows 13,000 painted oildrums in Oberhausen April 29. The artists Christo and his wife Jeanne-Claude introduced their new project in the 110 metres high gasometer today.

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GERMANY
RTROM9G
April 29, 1999
A cameraman takes pictures inside a disused gasometer in western German town of Oberhausen April 29....
Oberhausen, Germany
A WALL OF OILDRUMS IS BUILT IN A GASOMETER IN OBERHAUSEN.
A cameraman takes pictures inside a disused gasometer in western German town of Oberhausen April 29. The artists Christo and Jeanne-Claude introduced their new project of the 13.000 color painted drums in the 110 metres high gasometer today.

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GERMANY
RTROM85
April 29, 1999
The artists Christo (R) and his wife Jeanne-Claude pose in front of oildrums in a disused gasometer in...
Oberhausen, Germany
CHRISTO AND JEANNE-CLAUDE IN GASOMETER IN OBERHAUSEN.
The artists Christo (R) and his wife Jeanne-Claude pose in front of oildrums in a disused gasometer in Oberhausen April 29. The artists introduced their new project of the 13,000 color painted drums in the 110 metres high gasometer today.

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CHRISTO
RTXIY8K
April 28, 1999
The artists Christo (R) and his wife Jeanne-Claude pose in front of oildrums in a disused gasometer in...
Oberhausen, Germany
The artists Christo (R) and his wife Jeanne-Claude pose in front of oildrums in a disused gasometer .....
The artists Christo (R) and his wife Jeanne-Claude pose in front of oildrums in a disused gasometer in Oberhausen April 29. The artists introduced their new project of the 13,000 color painted drums in the 110 metres high gasometer today.
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