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A new smog-eating” mural appears in Rome

 

A mural covering 1,000 sqm of the façade of a seven-story building in Rome has become Europe’s largest mural created with anti-pollution paint.
The work, by artist Federico Massa (aka Iena Cruz), features a tricolored heron, an endangered species native to coastal areas of the Americas, According to WantedinRome.com

 

 

The work is the Europe’s biggest ‘smog-eating’ mural and it uses Airlite technology to reduce air pollution.

 

 

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