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Artists Ranieri Dias and Nelcirlan Souza De Oliveira, part of a group to work on the project, pose with their miniature Brazilian shantytown on display during the arts Biennale in Venice June 9, 2007. Italy's picturesque lagoon city of Venice is known for many things, including, at least for now, a Brazilian shantytown. The so-called "Morrinho project", created by the residents of a real Rio de Janeiro shantytown, was among one of the most talked-about installations at the Venice Biennale art festival, sometimes called the "Oscars" of the art world. Picture taken June 9, 2007 REUTERS/Phil St

Artists Ranieri Dias and Nelcirlan Souza De Oliveira, part of a group to work on the project, pose with their miniature Brazilian shantytown on display during the arts Biennale in Venice June 9, 2007. Italy's picturesque lagoon city of Venice is known for many things, including, at least for now, a Brazilian shantytown. The so-called "Morrinho project", created by the residents of a real Rio de Janeiro shantytown, was among one of the most talked-about installations at the Venice Biennale art festival, sometimes called the "Oscars" of the art world. Picture taken June 9, 2007   REUTERS/Phil St Stock Photo
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2200 x 1582 px | 37.3 x 26.8 cm | 14.7 x 10.5 inches | 150dpi

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10 June 2007

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Artists Ranieri Dias and Nelcirlan Souza De Oliveira, part of a group to work on the project, pose with their miniature Brazilian shantytown on display during the arts Biennale in Venice June 9, 2007. Italy's picturesque lagoon city of Venice is known for many things, including, at least for now, a Brazilian shantytown. The so-called "Morrinho project", created by the residents of a real Rio de Janeiro shantytown, was among one of the most talked-about installations at the Venice Biennale art festival, sometimes called the "Oscars" of the art world. Picture taken June 9, 2007 REUTERS/Phil Stewart (ITALY)

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