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Liberty Square
Boston

Bounded by Kilby, Water and Batterymarch Streets in Boston's financial district, Liberty Square is a small, pedestrian island graced by sculptor Gyuri Hollosy's Hungarian Monument. The statue is a tribute to all those who died in the 1956 revolt against communist occupation of Hungry.

Liberty Square however was known by that name long before the 1956 uprising. In the late 1700's it served as a place to commemorate the 1765 Stamp Act Riots and later was the site of a large celebration to remember the French Revolution.

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Copyright: Tom sadowski
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Uploaded: 24/03/2010
Updated: 09/04/2012
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Tags: urban; sculpture; monument; horse; carriage; hollosy; skyscraper; memorial
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