Terris Novalis (sculpture)


Terris Novalis was sculpted by Tony Cragg and won the Turner Prize. It is located on the Coast to Coast cycle route at Knitsley near Consett. The sculpture is 6 metres high and made of stainless steel; and symbolises the economic regeneration of the Consett area.

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Terra Novalis, Consett

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Terris Novalis stainless steel sculpture

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Coast to Coast Cycle Route
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Coast to Coast Cycle Route
- "The Sea to Sea (C2C) cycle route was developed by Sustrans in partnership with various Local Authorities, Groundwork West Cumbria, North Pennines Tourism Partnership, Forest Enterprise and the Lake District ...

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