Nevada's Seven Magic Mountains in 360

In the resident-less desert town of Jean, Nevada—just 30 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip—is an art installation that will slap a smile on your face.

The car-sized boulders that make up these 35-foot-tall totems came from a nearby quarry. Designed by Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone, they stand for the world to see, but not for long—the installation is temporary. If you can't make it in person, you can still experience the art for yourself by dragging around the video for a full 360 view.

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