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Some of the most interesting, astonishing, beautiful and ingenious classical music sculptures in the world.
This mind-bending sculpture is situated in the foyer of the Stopera concert hall, on the edge of Amsterdam's Waterlooplein.
Ingenious geometry and nifty design make for a lightly humorous cello sculpture here, livening up the metropolis around it.
These are surprisingly beautiful - artist Kyle Bean simply covered a range of musical instruments in music manuscript paper to achieve a uniform, dazzling effect for an exhibition.
Those jokers at the Estonian National Opera have pulled out all the stops here. Classic parking scenes.
You might have to stare at this one for a few moments to work it out completely, but once you do it's amazing. Situated in Greenville, South Carolina, it was conceived by artist Tuan Nguyen.
Tucked away in the Bavarian town of Mittenwald, this quietly iconic little sculpture is perfectly suited to its woodsy surroundings.
This mysterious figure stalks the corner of the Marnixstraat and Bloemgracht in Amsterdam.
Taking up valuable public seating space never looked so whimsical.
Here's Glenn Gould, the piano legend, looking extremely dapper in his permanent home in Toronto, Canada.
It's delicately camouflaged against the Gateshead stone, but it's there - this cello is a blink-and-you'll-miss-it addition to the city.
It might not be to everyone's taste, but who can truly say their life hasn't been enriched by knowing that there's a two-headed statue of Beethoven in Bonn?