Artist and environmentalist Christo's new work will allow visitors to walk on water. He's designed a structure which is three kilometers long and 16 meters wide, extending across the water of Lake Iseo in northern Italy.
The world famous environmental artist Christo has created a new work on a lake in Italy.
It's been eleven years since the artist Christo staged his last project: The Gates in New York's Central Park. Now, he's at it again, letting people walk on water - quite literally. "The Floating Piers" connect an island in Northern Italy's Lake Iseo with the shore.
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