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Nurminen hauls baby sculptures

June 24 - Nurminen Logistics, a member of the Cargo Equipment Experts (CEE) network representing Finland, has transported two 6 tonne statues to Helsinki Art Museum's Tennis Palace.

The statues - two babies sporting lizard tails - were transported by road by one of Nurminen Logistics' partners from Italy to Germany, where they were reloaded onto two Nurminen Logistics trailers for on forwarding to Helsinki.

The statues, which have been on display at locations across the world including Lille, France and Melbourne, Australia - were installed at night to minimise disruption to traffic flow, and can be seen by the public until August 25, 2013.

Photo supplied by Veikko Somerpuro

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