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This is such a beautiful bronze sculpture located right in the center of Battery Park; such a nice tribute to the immigrants of this wonderful nation.
The piece is very well crafted and the facial expression are incredible; it really captures the emotion of the...More
A large bronze statue with seven figures in various forms of relief and thankfulness after their arduous journey to America. The sculpture is located in Battery Park near Castle Clinton, which was a processing location for millions of arriving immigrants from mid 1800's to the...More
Castle Clinton, now the NPS Headquarters in this part of NYC, was at onetime a gateway for new immigrants to the United States and this statue, a tribute from a child of one of those many who immigrated through this site, is a reminder that...More
This bronze grouping by sculptor Luis Sanguino captures the hopes and fears of newly arrived immigrants to the United States. The figures also represent the diversity of those who chose to leave their homelands and include an Eastern European Jew and a freed African slave.The...More
I came to Battery Park with my boyfriend and sister. Beautiful area that I'm so glad I got to visit. It provides you with an area in New York that is a lot more laid back and relaxed. The statue is worth looking at, and...More
Located in Battery Park, “The Immigrant” sculpture is well worth a photo. It is located at the south end of Battery Park near to Castle Clinton; in order to recognise an area, which served to process newly arrived immigrants from 1855 to 1890, before nearby...More