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Go Go Dragons

Norwich, United Kingdom

The Go Go Dragons art trail ran throughout 2015 in the city of Norwich, United Kingdom and raised funds through an auction of the dragons for the Break charity.

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Starts: 21 June 2015

Ends: 4 September 2015

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Dragons have been a symbol closely associated with Norwich since the Middle Ages, and many can be seen adorning buildings around the city. More than 70 decorated dragons were placed around the city in 2015 to celebrate the city's most iconic symbol.

The 'scorching' summer art trail raised £369,500 for children's charity Break when they were auctioned at the end of 2015.

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Added by: arttrailproject

Published: 26 January 2023

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