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Austria plants 300 trees in a football stadium

CBS News Saturday, 7 September 2019 ()
In Austria, a real football stadium has gone back to nature. Three hundred trees have been planted on the pitch in the town of Klagenfurt to highlight the fragility of our natural world. The creator, Klaus Littmann, was inspired by looking at a 1972 dystopian painting that depicts a stadium crowd gazing on a woodland scene. Michelle Miller reports.
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There's a forest inside a football stadium for an art exhibit.

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