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The Sculpture and Calligraphy Steles Park
 The Sculpture and Calligraphy Steles Park
Covering a total area of 10 hectares, the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts is located inside Taichung's Park No. 65. The Sculpture and Calligraphy Steles Park surrounding the main building of the Museum was completed in 2004 to infuse the outdoor area with the intense artistic atmosphere of the Museum, providing the public with an accessible and vibrant green leisure space. The park is adorned with a total of 45 sculptures made from stone, brass, steel and stainless steel. The styles of these sculptures range from traditional to modern, effectively illustrating the development of sculpture in Taiwan. In addition, the park exhibits steles of Chinese calligraphy written by prominent Taiwanese historical figures and calligraphers. The 50 works of Chinese calligraphy are carved into stone steles using modern sand-blasting carving techniques to preserve to the best possible standards the authentic beauty of the calligraphic writing and at the same time to give the park a great artistic flair, making the Sculpture and Calligraphy Steles Park effectively a museum without walls.Calligraphy Inscription Plaza The park is adorned with a total of 45 sculptures made from stone, brass, steel and stainless steel. The styles of these sculptures range from traditional to modern, effectively illustrating the development of sculpture in Taiwan. Besides, the park also exhibits steles of Chinese calligraphy written by Taiwan's prominent historical figures and calligraphers. The 50 pieces of Chinese calligraphy are carved into stone steles using modern sand-blasting carving techniques to best preserve the authentic beauty of the calligraphic writing and at the same time to give the park a great artistic flair, making the Sculpture and Calligraphy Steles Park effectively a museum without walls.
 
   
 
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