Bulgarian "wrap artist" is set to unveil his latest project on Italy's Lake Iseo. Connecting the shore and two islands in the lake, Christo's Floating Piers will be three kilometers in length.
Bad weather may have forced partial closures of Christo's latest work - but nevertheless thousands flocked to Lake Iseo for their chance to "walk on water".
Christo's latest temporary artwork, "The Floating Piers" at Lake Iseo in Italy, is now leaving traces in Germany - but they're intentionally unrecognizable. Some of them are literally buried in the sand.
Artist Christo's orange floating walkway on a northern Italian lake closed after attracting over 1.2 million visitors, twice as many as expected.
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.
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