This photo provided by Saulius Paukstys, shows a cast used to create a replica of a bust of musician Frank Zappa in an art studio in Vilnius, Lithuania. The original bust, which sits in a public square in Vilnius, can be seen in the background. Zappa never visited Lithuania, but his music was popular there among the avant garde. A Lithuanian fan club erected the Zappa statue in the Lithuanian capital and donated a replica to Baltimore, the singer's birthplace. It took more than a year, but Baltimore officials decided that the statue would be erected outside a public library.
Saulius Paukstys, Associated Press
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