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15 Statues That Celebrate Actual Heroes

It’s easier than you would think to tell a nice statue of a good boy apart from a nasty statue of a bad one

Photos (L-R): Nevit via Wikimedia Commons/CC BY-SA 3.0;Brent Moore via Flickr/CC BY 2.0

A statue, or monument, is a thing that we humans like to put up in a public place to celebrate someone who we think did a very good job of something. We also use them to show other humans what sorts of behavior we think…

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Jack Shepherd

Jack Shepherd

Formerly editorial director @BuzzFeed. Currently editor @Tenderly and writer at large. Email: JackAShepherd at gmail

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