Fourth Plinth art highlights Iraq's lost treasures

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Fourth Plinth art highlights Iraq's lost treasures

In the past it's been home to a blue rooster and a giant hand giving a thumbs up.
The latest sculpture taking over Trafalgar Square's fourth plinth is made up of ten thousand date syrup cans.

Created by the Iraqi-American artist Michael Rakowitz, it's inspired by an ancient statue that was destroyed by Isis.

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