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Children's Wall in Reykjavik

2008-11-17 08:55:10 GMT2008-11-17 16:55:10 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

A girl walks past a wall decorated with children's potraits in downtown street of Reykjavik, capital of Iceland, nov. 16, 2008. The Children's Wall consists of some five hundred potrait photos of three to six-year-old children living in the remote area of the country. Several local artists spent about one year to realize the project, which becomes a scenery in the city center of Reykjavik. (Xinhua Photo/Guo Lei)

A woman walks past a wall decorated with children's potraits in downtown street of Reykjavik, capital of Iceland, nov. 16, 2008. The Children's Wall consists of some five hundred potrait photos of three to six-year-old children living in the remote area of the country. Several local artists spent about one year to realize the project, which becomes a scenery in the city center of Reykjavik.(Xinhua Photo/Guo Lei)

A woman walks past a wall decorated with children's potraits in downtown street of Reykjavik, capital of Iceland, nov. 16, 2008. The Children's Wall consists of some five hundred potrait photos of three to six-year-old children living in the remote area of the country. Several local artists spent about one year to realize the project, which becomes a scenery in the city center of Reykjavik.(Xinhua Photo/Guo Lei)

A woman walks past a wall decorated with children's potraits in downtown street of Reykjavik, capital of Iceland, nov. 16, 2008. The Children's Wall consists of some five hundred potrait photos of three to six-year-old children living in the remote area of the country. Several local artists spent about one year to realize the project, which becomes a scenery in the city center of Reykjavik.(Xinhua Photo/Guo Lei)

A woman walks past a wall decorated with children's potraits in downtown street of Reykjavik, capital of Iceland, nov. 15, 2008. The Children's Wall consists of some five hundred potrait photos of three to six-year-old children living in the remote area of the country. Several local artists spent about one year to realize the project, which becomes a scenery in the city center of Reykjavik.(Xinhua Photo/Guo Lei)

A girl walks past a wall decorated with children's potraits in downtown street of Reykjavik, capital of Iceland, nov. 16, 2008. The Children's Wall consists of some five hundred potrait photos of three to six-year-old children living in the remote area of the country. Several local artists spent about one year to realize the project, which becomes a scenery in the city center of Reykjavik.

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