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This large bronze statue is a tribute to the heroic Argentinian general José de San Martín. It is located at the corner of Central Park South and Avenue of the Americas. It is one of many statues found in the Central Park area.
I didn't know about the Statue until I look it up. So yeah, it expand my knowledge more about a particular statue. This statue is donated by the Argentina Government and was put at the south of Central Park in 1950s.
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In its own right this is a good bronze sculpture of an argentine General on a horse and has some great detail and sits on a 20 foot block. Donated by Argentina in 1951 to the city of New York, it is located in Central...More
When approaching Central Park by way of the Avenue of Stars you will encounter the equestrian statue of General José de San Martín of Argentina (1778-1859), the notable historical figure who is credited with helping to liberate Argentina, Chile and Peru from Spanish rule in...More