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Which records are the most beautiful?

The world is home to a vast array of art, from paintings to sculptures, from art history to science fiction.

These records are all worth noting, but which record is the most breathtaking and awe-inspiring?

Here are 10 record books that will keep you in awe as you gaze into the eye of the universe:1.

The Blue Streak by Peter Tkaczyk (2013)The Blue Streaks are a collection of sculptures that were created in the 1930s in the Czech Republic by Polish artist Peter Tzoczek.

The work depicts a woman standing atop a gigantic bronze sculpture of a bull.

The bull’s head is a glowing white.

Tkoczek wrote in the introduction that the bull’s horns were “a symbol of rebirth, the power of a new birth, the spirit of nature.”

The sculpture is considered to be one of the most influential and influential artworks of the 20th century.

The sculpture has been described as the most impressive piece of art in the world, but its world-record-breaking status was recently challenged by the art world after it was reported to be the most expensive piece of sculpture ever.2.

The White Whale by David Wojnarowski (2013 and 2014)The White Whale is an enormous whale sculpture that was created in Japan.

The Whale is covered in a white canvas and surrounded by several thousand pieces of metal.

The whale’s body is made of whale skin, which has been encased in plastic.

The artist described the whale as a “breath of life.”

The White Whales largest sculpture, The Whale of the Sea, is the largest sculpture ever created in South Korea, and is the world’s largest sculpture.3.

The Sea Shepherd Whale by Ken Ochoa (2014)The Sea Shepherd’s Whale, also known as the Great White Shark, is a living and breathing statue that was built in Hong Kong in 2009.

The statue is estimated to be at least 2,000 feet tall, with the head, body, and fins all made of sea shells.

The head is made from shark fin.

The shark fin can be seen all over the whale’s face and back.

The Great White Whale has been called the most powerful and majestic whale ever built.

It is currently the world record holder for the largest living sculpture.

The Great White Sharks tail is made out of sea turtle shell.4.

The Black Hole by Mark Wahlberg (2014 and 2015)Mark Wahlburg’s Black Hole is an underwater rock formation in the ocean that is one of most powerful objects in the history of the world.

It was built by the artist and his wife in 2007.

The structure is so massive, it is believed to be capable of holding at least 15,000 tons of rock.

Wahlborg’s Black Holes greatest creations include a giant, floating whale that can hold as much as 30 tons, a huge hole in the ground, and a giant “whip” that is as tall as a house.5.

The Golden Gate Bridge by Steve Waring (2012)The Golden Gate is the longest bridge in the United States and one of America’s oldest, as it has been constructed by Robert Moses, the architect of the United State.

The span is located at the intersection of the Pacific Ocean and the Pacific Crest Trail in California, at a height of nearly 5,000 meters (16,000 ft).

The bridge is home not only to the California Golden Gate Society but also to the National Park Service, the National Marine Fisheries Service, and the United Nations.6.

The Colossus of Rhodes by Mark Ryden (2014-2015)The Colossus of Rome is a Roman monument that is known for its impressive sculptures and the amazing images of the city.

The sculptures on the Colossus are so impressive, they are able to capture the imagination of visitors and have inspired generations of artists.

It has been said that a person who sees a sculpture of the Colossus of Romulus is like seeing the dawn of a thousand years of history.7.

The World’s Largest Antenna by Brian Eno (2004-2010)The World’s Most Largeted Antenna is a giant sculpture that stands approximately 100 meters tall, is 3.4 kilometers long, and has a diameter of 3,800 meters.

It can be found in the heart of Tokyo.

The massive sculpture of Japanese artist Brian Enoc was built to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the invention of the transistor.

The instrument, which was invented in 1885, was able to transmit the sounds of radio waves to a person living in Japan at a distance of 1,200 meters.

The antenna is currently known as Japan’s largest antenna.8.

The Earth by John Cage (1929)The Earth is a 3,500-year-old, floating, floating monument built in the English seaside town of Plymouth in New Hampshire.

The monument was built over the ruins of a ruined temple built by St. George, the patron saint of the