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Underwater Sculpture Museum - Cancun
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  • Jason deCaires Taylor at his studio in Puerto Moralos, Mexico. He is the artist creating the Underwater Sculpture Museum - Cancun. Scheduled for completion in December 2010, it will be the world's largest underwater museum. Over 400 statues are to be installed on the seabed to become a major tourist attraction as well as an artificial reef.
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  • Finishing touches are cleaned up on one of the over four hundred sculptures scheduled to be installed on the sea floor in the waters off Cancun, Mexico. When complete, it will become the world's largest underwater museum as well as an artificial reef.
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  • Waiting for the mold to set, a mayan man stands as still as possible. His likness is to be part of the Underwater Sculpture Museum in Cancun, Mexico by Artist Jason deCaiires Taylor, a sculptor from London, England.
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  • Artist Jason deCaires Taylor cuts away at the mold that will be used to make a statue for the Underwater Sculpture Museum in the waters off Cancun, Mexico. Scheduled for completion in december 2010, over 400 sculptures are to be placed on the sea floor, creating the world's largest underwater museum.
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  • Touchdown - the first of over four hundred sculptures by artist jason deCaires Taylor is lower to the sea floor in the waters off Cancun, Mexico. Envisioned as both a major tourist attraction and an artificial reef, when completed in december 2010, it will become the world's largest underwater museum.
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