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5月19日 横浜続き。。Bank Art, 象の鼻公園

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BankArt向いのビル。あのドームはなんだろう?

象のオブジェが沢山!!
でも象の鼻のオブジェかなにかあるかと思ったけどなかったので残念!

後ろの古い洋館は税関!


BankArtの内部の作品。。



オブジェではないが、外のパイプの形も意識してか面白い!


螺旋階段もオシャレ!
元々は港の倉庫だった。



3階。パティオ。
外なのに写真大丈夫?


屋台舟? 



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