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Tyre's shoreline was adorned with beautiful and creative sculptures over the weekend, created for the southern city's second annual sand-sculpting competition.More than 15 teams from across Lebanon participated in the contest, which marked the start of the summer season in Tyre. Sabra said he was most interested in a sculpture of a huge crocodile, which occupied a large part of the shore. The piece was built by a team led by architect Therese Efrem. Palestinian Ayman Assadi said he was driven was by his imagination to create a ship that sank at sea, only to reappear again in a forest surrounded by dinosaurs. He echoed Ephrem's sentiments, adding that he hoped sand art would become popular on Lebanese shores. Serop Khatchadourian and his team from Boushrieh made a sculpture of the Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun.The car took five hours to finish, with the team completing the form by inserting two shovels for wing mirrors.
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