This stylized prehistoric looking camel sculpture is part of the world’s largest open air art museum in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. From this angle it appears like one large sculpture, but in fact it has three separate parts. It is probably as tall as a two story building.
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I am from Bangladesh. There are lots of sculpture here in our country. But the thing is that the Muslim extremists are now saying that sculptures are forbidden in the context of Islam. So, if u please provide me with a valuable explanation of this matter!