George Washington Statue Boston Public Garden Charles, Boylston, Arlington and Beacon Streets Boston, MA 02108
Thomas Ball sculpted this 1869 statue of George Washington that stands in the Public Garden facing the Arlington Street entrance. Today, it stands proudly among a backdrop of flowers, greenery and views of the Boston skyline. It is one of the most famous statues that depicts the first president of the United States astride a horse in military costume. Visitors can view several other iconic statues along the walk to the right when facing George Washington "
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