The square, while undergoing renovation, had become a temporary shelter for the sculpture, a present to the town, while searching for the most-suitable place for it. Yet, the sculpture had not been moved out. After the central square of Nida was reconstructed in the spring of 2014, the sculpture stayed in as a dominant part of the spacial composition. This several-metre-high bronze piece of art presents a woman swimming in the sea. It was named after Neringa, the main character of the Curonian Spit legend.