Angel of the North


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Angel of the North

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1. (Named Buildings) a steel sculpture of an angel with outstretched wings, created in 1998 by British sculptor Antony Gormley, which stands on a hilltop outside Gateshead, NE England. It stands 20 m (85 ft) high and has a wingspan of 54 m (175 ft)
2. (Architecture) a steel sculpture of an angel with outstretched wings, created in 1998 by British sculptor Antony Gormley, which stands on a hilltop outside Gateshead, NE England. It stands 20 m (85 ft) high and has a wingspan of 54 m (175 ft)
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A FIRM which turned the Angel of the North's wings into a 170ft advert for vaporizers has made a formal - and costly - apology to its creator, Sir Antony Gormley.
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