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Mosiaic Fish Sculpture (rear)
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No: 404   Contributor: Kenjonbro   Year: 2009   Country: United Kingdom
Mosiaic Fish Sculpture (rear)

This 7.5 metre high mosaic sculpture, marks the entrance to the town.

The design was inspired by the old town coat of arms which was adopted from the family arms of the powerful Richard de Luci, supporter of King Stephen, and owner of Erith during the reign of Stephen and Henry II.

I could only get a photo of the rear as there is no access from the front without standing in the road.

April 2009
Picture added on 06 March 2013 at 07:45
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