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Tres Cruces - Sites of Interest
... One is an obelisk erected in 1930 to commemorate the centennial of Uruguay’s 1830 constitution ... John Paul II is located near the obelisk, erected to commemorate his first visit to Montevideo ... Across from the bus terminal is the Plaza de la Bandera, a monument erected in honour of Fructuoso Rivera, the founder of the Uruguay Colorado Party and first ...
Mitchell Square Park
... New York Society of Architects as "the most meritorious monument erected during the year." The figural group is mounted on a granite pedestal that reads “Er ...
Tegnérlunden
... It was originally erected 1890, but was re-constructed in 1940 ... Eldh's massive statue of August Strindberg, erected in 1942 ... A statue of Astrid Lindgren was erected in 1996 ...
Altar (Bible)
... Altars were generally erected in conspicuous places (Genesis 229 Ezekiel 2 ... Kings 164. 238.) The first altar recorded in the Hebrew Bible is that erected by Noah (Genesis 820) ... Altars were erected by Abraham (Genesis 134. 229), by Isaac (Genesis 2625), by Jacob (3320 351-3), and by Moses (Exodus 1715, Adonai-nissi) ...
Santa Fe National Cemetery - Notable Monuments
... Memorial made of granite and bronze dedicated to World War II Glider Pilots, erected in 1994 ... Memorial to "Women Who Served in the Navy" erected in 1995 ... China-Burma-India Veterans Memorial, dedicated to World War II veterans, erected in 2002 ...

Famous quotes containing the word erected:

    I have reached no conclusions, have erected no boundaries,
    shutting out and shutting in, separating inside
    from outside: I have
    drawn no lines:
    Archie Randolph Ammons (b. 1926)

    Considered in its entirety, psychoanalysis won’t do. It’s an end product, moreover, like a dinosaur or a zeppelin; no better theory can ever be erected on its ruins, which will remain for ever one of the saddest and strangest of all landmarks in the history of twentieth-century thought.
    Peter B. Medawar (1915–1987)

    He is no more than the chief officer of the people, appointed by the laws, and circumscribed with definite powers, to assist in working the great machine of government erected for their use, and consequently subject to their superintendence.
    Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826)