22 Sculptures in Oviedo

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22 Sculptures in Oviedo

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Oviedo is an open-air gallery filled with over 100 sculptures scattered throughout the city.

Oviedo is an open-air gallery filled with over 100 sculptures scattered throughout the city.

So many sculptures. So little time. Oviedo, the capital city of Asturias, boasts over 100 sculptures that include statues of a milkmaid and donkey based on a local character from the early 1900s,  a traveller surrounded by luggage, pregnant and nursing mothers, what looks to be the world’s largest buttocks sculpture and of course, Woody Allen!

El Regreso de Williams B. Arrensberg (aka The Traveller)

la guisandera

La Maternidad

La Torera

Woody Allen

La bella Lola

La Bailarina

Culis monumentalis

La Mafalda

La Encarna con Chiquilín

La Lechera

El Diestro

La Pescadera

Asturcones

Amigos

Esperanza caminando

La Gitana

La Encarna con Michelín

Vendedoras del fontan

Vendedor de pescado

La Regenta

Juan Rodríguez Muñiz

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