The statue rests on and is the central feature of the Portman Plaza on the south side of City Hall adjoining West Broad Street. The plaza is named for Maury "M.D." Portman (1914–2003), who served a total of 30 years on Columbus City Council, 12 of those years as president.
Christopher Columbus, also known as the Christopher Columbus Discovery Monument, is a c. 1890–1892 copper sculpture depicting Christopher Columbus by Alfonso Pelzer, installed on the Ohio Statehouse grounds, in Columbus, Ohio, United States.
A bronze statue of explorer Christopher Columbus is installed in Chicago's Grant Park, in the U.S. state of Illinois. It was created by Milanese-born sculptor Carlo Brioschi, and installed in 1933. It is set on an exedra and pedestal designed with the help of architect Clarence H. Johnson.
Description Statue and column. At the very top of the monument stands a 7.2 m (24 ft) tall bronze statue atop a 40 m (131 ft) tall Corinthian column.The statue was sculpted by Rafael Atché and is said to depict Columbus pointing towards the New World with his right hand, while holding a scroll in the left.
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"Christopher Columbus" is the English version of Columbus's name. His real name in Italian was Cristoforo Colombo; his name in Spanish was Cristóbal Colón. In 1492 Columbus landed on an island of the Bahamas, the first European to do so. His initial goal was to find a quicker route to Asia from Europe.
Columbus é uma estátua histórica situada na avenida Elmwood, na Columbus Square.A estátua de bronze fundido com prata esterlina está localizada na capital do estado de Rhode Island, Providence, e foi criada pela companhia Gorham Manufacturing para a Exposição Universal (Columbian Exposition) de 1893 em Chicago.
Christopher Columbus is a bronze statue of explorer Christopher Columbus in Grant Park, in Chicago. It was created by the Milanese born sculptor Carlo Brioschi, and installed in 1933. It is set on an exedra and pedestal designed with the help of architect Clarence H. Johnson.
Columbus Circle is a traffic circle named for Christopher Columbus.The circle is in Manhattan, New York City.It is at the southwest corner of Central Park.This is where Eighth Avenue, Broadway, Central Park South, and Central Park West all meet.