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Rooftop Sundial Could Be City's Largest Piece Of Public Art

And likely you've never seen it - unless you're a resident of a high rise building in the area, of course. The massive sundial is perched atop a building in the International Village and measures 40-metres in diameter. It lights up quite wonderfully at night and despite there being very little sun in Vancouver most days, it depicts the time of day based off shadows from the sun.

Spot any other random public art across our city? We want to see!