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General Casimir Pulaski (statue)

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Type  Bronze
Area  less than one acre
Created  1910
Year  1910
Location  Washington, D.C.
Artist  Kazimierz Chodziński
Owner  National Park Service
Added to NRHP  14 July 1978
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Dimensions  4.6 m × 3.7 m (15 ft × 12 ft)
Location  Washington, D.C., United States
Part of  American Revolution Statuary.
Similar  Peace Monument, Ulysses S Grant Memorial, Daniel Webster Memorial, Victims of Communism Memorial, Japanese American Memorial

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General Casimir Pulaski is a bronze equestrian statue, by Kazimierz Chodziński. It is located at Freedom Plaza, 13th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue, Northwest, Washington, D.C.

It shows a mounted figure of General Casimir Pulaski. It was authorized on February 27, 1903, and dedicated on May 11, 1910.

The inscriptions read:

Base, Left Side:

Base, Right Side:

Base, Front Rounded End:

Base Plaque:

As part of American Revolution Statuary in Washington, D.C. the statue is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

References

General Casimir Pulaski (statue) Wikipedia


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