Elberta Dinosaurs

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Alabama billionaire George Barber commissioned a series of three giant sculptures from famed Virginia artist Mark Cline. The four Elberta Dinosaurs, near the Barber Marina, were the first. There are four of them at the edge of the forest: a brontosaurus, a T-Rex, a stegosaurus and a triceratops. The sets of sculptures are Bamahenge, a recreation of Stonehenge, and The Lady in the Lake, a 50-foot fiberglass woman floating in a nearby lake.

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johnpoz

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December 31, 2021

Unfortunately hurricane Sally destroyed the Lady in the Lake sculpture, so it’s permanently gone. The other sculptures still stand as of 12/31/2001.

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August 06, 2021
Rated 5.0

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