The Strange Monuments of English-Speaking Countries
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Raymond Mason «The illuminated Crowd»
It is a monument to Achilles. It was installed in London's Hyde Park . The sculptor of this beautiful monument was Richard Westmacott III .
In 1975, on the Pearson in the U.S. in Vancouver (Washington) was a monument to Valery Chkalov, as a symbol, as a pilot, which made the first transpolar flight.
The statue Circle Wind. Junkyu Muto Japanese, sculptor, created a monument in honor of the victims who died September 11, 2001.
In 2009, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, or rather on its roof opened an unusual exhibition, sponsored by the sculptor Roxy Paine . Officially called her "Whirlpool" sculptor tried to convey the complex relationship between man and nature.
Ice monument motorcycle Harley-Davidson. Museum of the company in Milwaukee (USA).
3.5-meter monument donut, established in the New Zealand city of Springfield in honor of the screens feature-length version of the animated series "The Simpsons" .
Sculptural composition in London - Roosevelt and Churchill on the bench.
September 18, 2007 in London near Tower Bridge in London was opened a statue of a swimmer.
The Crystal Palace was a cast-iron and plate-glass building originally erected in Hyde Park, London, England, to house the Great Exhibition of 1851.
Memorial to the most unusual war veteran in the UK, London.
In the U.S. city of Homestead, which is in the South-east of the peninsula of Florida, on a plot number 28655, adjacent to the freeway Dixie Highway, is a wonderful architectural ensemble.