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It’s a weird world 30

It’s a weird world 30
Jesse Flores loads luggage into a truck hauling a bust of US President Barack Obama in Morton Grove, Illinois. The sculpture, created by Houston artist David Adickes, was being transported to Presidents Park located near Mount Rushmore in South Dakota. (Getty Images)
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A child works on a floral carpet of the 'Infiorata'. Every year in Genzano near Rome there is the Infiorata, a huge display of floral carpets divided into many images and covering an area of 2,000 square metres. (Getty Images)
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Mexicans help deploy a 60.1m long pair of pants made in an attempt to break the Guinness record of longest pants in the world. (Getty Images)
It’s a weird world 30
Festival-goers play in mud during Be2gether, the largest international music and art festival in the Baltic, near the 16th century Norviliskes castle, on the border with Belarus. (Getty Images)
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People look at some of the surprise exhibits by the underground guerrilla artist, Banksy in Bristol, England. The exhibition, Banksy versus Bristol Museum, is one of the largest single collections of the artist’s work and was organised under tight security. Banksy, whose real identity remains a mystery, is said to hail from the Bristol area. (Getty Images)
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Cirque du Soleil artists and employees, from the show Criss Angel Believe, participate in a Guinness World Record stilt walking attempt to mark Cirque du Soleil's 25th anniversary in Las Vegas, Nevada. Some 1,926 Cirque artists and employees in Orlando, Florida, Fortaleza, Brazil, Macau, China, Moscow, Montreal and Las Vegas were due to take part in the attempt to walk on stilts for at least 300m in less than 15 minutes. (Getty Images)

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