About that pipeline project…

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Friday, September 12, 2008
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Sarah Palin isn’t the only one with pipelines on the brain: The Estonian installation in the Giardini recreates a section of Gazprom’s proposed Nord Stream pipeline, that would run directly from Russia to Germany through the Baltic Sea. Naturally, some of the Baltic countries aren’t wildly enthusiastic about this. Estonia doesn’t have a pavilion of it’s own, but that may be a good thing. The group placed a 63-meter-long yellow pipe running from the entry of the Russian pavilion:

Goes straight past the Japan pavilion (hey, geographical accuracy isn’t the point):

And spits out—you guessed it—directly in front of the imposing German pavilion:

Gas Pipe 3

Maybe it’s a one-liner, but like every good joke, it is sharp and to the point.

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