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Bauta Stone

This artwork is in the International Peace Gardens representing Norway. The garden was dedicated in 1972. The Bautastein monument depicts the Norwegian heritage. The midnight sun is shown at the top, along with the snowflake, a reminder of the mountain and bordered by famous rose mailing. People are represented by livelihoods such as fishing, shipping and farming. At the bottom is an inscription from the national anthem meaning “we all love the land” to emphasize honor and patriotism for the adopted American-Norwegian country.

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Medium type: Concrete

Date created: 1972

Dimensions: N/A

Associated artists

Randy Bjorch
Randy Bjorch

Location

1060 S 900 W, Salt Lake City, UT, 84104

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