A statue of Paul Revere by Cyrus Edwin Dallin is installed in Boston's Paul Revere Mall near the Old North Church in the U.S. state of Massachusetts.
The sculpture was modeled in 1885, cast in bronze in 1940, and dedicated on September 22 of that year. The statue rests on a Milford granite base designed by Y. Lovell Little and Raymond A. Porter. The artwork was surveyed by the Smithsonian Institution's "Save Outdoor Sculpture!" program in 1993.
Abdulrahman AlArab | Jul 25, 2017
Steve Morey | Jul 28, 2017
A great monument to an American Hero. Too bad the other guy that rode with him didn't get any credit. I don't remember the guy's name but did read it on a sign. Go there yourself and find out who the 2nd guy was.
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