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Giant mural of Jesus breakdancing unveiled in Bristol

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The city of Bristol now boasts of a new landmark - a giant mural depicting a breakdancing Jesus Christ.

Painted by the artist Cosmo Sarson, the 28ft image is officially inspired by an event dating back to 2004, when breakdancers performed for a visibly impressed Pope John Paul II in the Vatican, the Independent reported.

Sarson's work will remain on a wall in the Stoke's Croft area for two years, opposite local hero Banksy's famous creation, Mild Mild West.

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Giant mural of Jesus breakdancing unveiled in Bristol

The city of Bristol now boasts of a new landmark - a giant mural depicting a breakdancing Jesus Christ.Painted by the artist Cosmo Sarson, the 28ft image is officially inspired by an event dating back to 2004, when breakdancers performed for a visibly impressed Pope John Paul II in the Vatican, the Independent reported.Sarson's work will remain on a wall in the Stoke's Croft area for two years, opposite local hero Banksy's famous creation, Mild Mild West.

The city of Bristol now boasts of a new landmark - a giant mural depicting a breakdancing Jesus Christ.

Painted by the artist Cosmo Sarson, the 28ft image is officially inspired by an event dating back to 2004, when breakdancers performed for a visibly impressed Pope John Paul II in the Vatican, the Independent reported.

Sarson's work will remain on a wall in the Stoke's Croft area for two years, opposite local hero Banksy's famous creation, Mild Mild West.

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Giant mural of Jesus breakdancing unveiled in Bristol

The city of Bristol now boasts of a new landmark - a giant mural depicting a breakdancing Jesus Christ.

Painted by the artist Cosmo Sarson, the 28ft image is officially inspired by an event dating back to 2004, when breakdancers performed for a visibly impressed Pope John Paul II in the Vatican, the Independent reported.

Sarson's work will remain on a wall in the Stoke's Croft area for two years, opposite local hero Banksy's famous creation, Mild Mild West.

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