Graceland Cemetery is the large Victorian-era cemetery located on the north side at the intersection of Clark and Irving Park (the nearest el stop is Sheridan, on the Red Line). Many of the tombs are of great architectural or artistic interest. Graceland is also notable for two statues by sculptor Lorado Taft: Eternal Silence and The Crusader. Get a map at the cemetery office for a self-guided tour. http://www.gracelandcemetery.org/pages/tours.html
“The bronze of Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens is one of the most popular statues in London. The statue is by Sir George Frampton, R.A., P.R.B.S. (1860-1928) and the painting is by Margaret W.Tarrant (1888—1959)."
Battery Park is a 25 acre park at the southern tip of Manhattan in New York City. The park was named after the artillery battery stationed there throughout history in order to protect the harbor. The park features a number of waterfront attractions, including ferries to visit both Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. There are also several popular restaurants, walking paths, and playgrounds throughout the park.
Many buildings with amazing architecture in Montevideo. Uruguay. Nice.