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Spiral in the Egyptian Desert

Spiral in the Egyptian Desert

Seen from above, this spiral design in the Egyptian desert captured by Google Earth appears mystifying. It's actually an enormous environmental art installation called "Desert Breath," created in 1997. The artists Danae Stratou, Alexandra Stratou and Stella Constantinides originally designed the 1 million square foot artwork with a small lake at its center, but the lake has since dried out. More at LiveScience.

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