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838 monuments found.

Image of Highest Natural Point in Manhattan

Highest Natural Point in Manhattan
Bennett Park
Manhattan

Marker on natural boulder

Image of Hillcrest Veterans Square

Hillcrest Veterans Square


Stele with tablet, applied letters

Image of Hollis World War Memorial

Hollis World War Memorial

Queens
Tablet on rough-hewn stele

Image of Holocaust Memorial Mall

Holocaust Memorial Mall

Brooklyn
Tower consisting of brickwork partially concealing fourteen vertical bars supporting crown with beacon at top, three-tiered base, horizontal marker, approximately one hundred rough-hewn varisized vertical markers, two evergreen trees, evergreen shrubs

Image of Honey Bear

Honey Bear
Central Park
Manhattan

Fountain figure on ornamented integral plinth

Image of Hooper Fountain

Hooper Fountain

Manhattan
Ornamental horse fountain with lantern, plaque

Image of Horace Greeley

Horace Greeley
Greeley Square Park
Manhattan

Seated figure on integral plinth (over life-size),on pedestal

Image of Horace Greeley

Horace Greeley
City Hall Park
Manhattan

Seated figure (over life-size) on integral plinth, on pedestal

Image of Huntington Estate Animal Cemetery

Huntington Estate Animal Cemetery
Pelham Bay Park
Bronx

5 markers with inscriptions

Image of Ibis Totem

Ibis Totem
Crotona Park
Bronx

2 vertical bas reliefs on exterior of building

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