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Le passe-muraille (French: The Walker-Through-Walls), also known as Chambre sensorielle, is the name of a bronze sculpture created in 2006 by French sculptor . It is located in the "Parc du Pescatore" in Luxembourg City and was set up over the old casemate-network of the city. The sculpture is made out of two bronze hemispheres; it is 3 meters high and has a diameter of 6 meters. One can enter Le Passe-muraille through these hemispheres. 8,000 holes let the landscape shine through. It does not carry the signature of the artist.

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  • Le passe-muraille (French: The Walker-Through-Walls), also known as Chambre sensorielle, is the name of a bronze sculpture created in 2006 by French sculptor . It is located in the "Parc du Pescatore" in Luxembourg City and was set up over the old casemate-network of the city. The sculpture is made out of two bronze hemispheres; it is 3 meters high and has a diameter of 6 meters. One can enter Le Passe-muraille through these hemispheres. 8,000 holes let the landscape shine through. It does not carry the signature of the artist.
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  • Le passe-muraille (French: The Walker-Through-Walls), also known as Chambre sensorielle, is the name of a bronze sculpture created in 2006 by French sculptor . It is located in the "Parc du Pescatore" in Luxembourg City and was set up over the old casemate-network of the city. The sculpture is made out of two bronze hemispheres; it is 3 meters high and has a diameter of 6 meters. One can enter Le Passe-muraille through these hemispheres. 8,000 holes let the landscape shine through. Le passe-mureille was inaugurated on December 24, 2006, in the presence of AndrĂ©e Putman, Paul Helminger (mayor) and other notable guests. It does not carry the signature of the artist.
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