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"Playing In the Wind"

This 92-foot (28 meters) tall sculpture is one of the largest aeolian harps in the world. This instrument, known to be played by the wind movement, was created by Lucia and Aristides Demetrios. Made of steel, the sculpture is 243 feet (74 meters) high and offers beautiful views of South San Francisco Bay and can be viewed from the city's airport and the East Bay. Visitors can come here on a windy day to listen to the sounds of the harp.
500 Grandview Drive, 1227 Masonic Avenue, South San Francisco, CA, United States, 94080
"Playing In the Wind"
This 92-foot (28 meters) tall sculpture is one of the largest aeolian harps in the world. This instrument, known to be played by the wind movement, was created by Lucia and Aristides Demetrios. Made of steel, the sculpture is 243 feet (74 meters) high and offers beautiful views of South San Francisco Bay and can be viewed from the city's airport and the East Bay. Visitors can come here on a windy day to listen to the sounds of the harp.
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