James A. Garfield Monument, Monument in the United States
Description: The James A. Garfield Monument stands as a testament to the twentieth President of the United States.
History: Constructed in 1887, this monument commemorates President James A. Garfield, who was assassinated in 1881.
Culture: Designed by renowned sculptor John Quincy Adams Ward, it is a significant piece of American sculpture.
Practical: Located on the grounds of the Capitol in Washington, D.C., the monument is accessible to the public.
Did you know ?: The Garfield Monument uniquely combines elements of classical sculpture with personal narratives from his life.
Location: Washington, D.C.
Location: District of Columbia
Creator: John Quincy Adams Ward
Sources: Wikimedia, OpenStreetMap
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