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The statue Mot Havet or Seaward, Alesund, More og Romsdal, Norway. On August 13th 1885 seven fishing boats were lost at sea. Thirty-three fishermen died, leaving 29 widows and 113 children. Sculpted by Kirsten Kokken and unveiled in 1989.
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