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Kelpies: huge horse head sculptures finished in Scotland

The Kelpies, one of the UK's tallest pieces of public art, are two giant sculptures of horses' heads, and work on them has now been completed.
The world's largest pair of horse sculptures, near Falkirk in Scotland, are finished after many months of contruction. Angela Finlay, who works for Scottish Canals, took this picture of them.
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The Kelpies as they're known, cost £5m to build. Alan Styles, who worked on the project, captured this view from 41m (135ft) in the air on a special crane.
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An official ceremony to celebrate them being finished is being held today. This picture was taken by Ben Williams, who works with the project team in Falkirk.
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The Kelpies will be visible from the M9 motorway, as well as the nearby canal, and could be seen by millions of people every year.
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The Kelpies' heads were coated with a special covering of zinc before being put together. The artwork was created by sculptor Andy Scott.
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The Kelpies are one of the UK's tallest pieces of public art. The Clydesdale horses they are modelled on will attend today's official completion ceremony.
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The 30m (100ft) structures are part of a £43m redevelopment project of the area.
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The Helix redevelopment project was funded by The Big Lottery Fund, Falkirk Council and Scottish Canals.
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