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There are many love sculptures in the world, but I've never seen a sculpture which played my heartstrings like these two moving sculptures did.
These two 26 feet tall love sculptures are located in the seaside city of Batumi, Georgia and are sculptured by the Georgian artist Tamara Kvesitadze.
Every night at 7 p.m., the magic starts. These two sculptures start moving gradually towards each other. Finally after reaching closer, they merge into each other like two lovers. But the statues keep moving and leave each other behind.
Watch this beautiful video and you'll understand what I'm trying to convey here. Wait, one more thing, these two sculptures also represent a tragic love story.
These two statues are based on the tragic love story of Ali & Nino. Ali was a Muslim Ajarbaizani boy, and Nino was Georgian princess who fell in love with each other but were tragically separated due to the Soviet invasion.
These moving figures (love sculptures) represent the union and separation of these two lovers.
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