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This kissing couple should be familiar. Except they’re 25-feet tall

A larger-than-life sculpture by Seward Johnson depicting the iconic 1945 image of a sailor planting a kiss on a nurse arrived in Key West on Tuesday morning. “Embracing Peace,” a 25-foot, 15,000-pound piece, was installed by crews outside the Custom House Museum, 281 Front St., in advance of a year-long exhibit celebrating the centennial of the Navy’s aviation presence on the island.

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