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Confederate Soldiers and Sailors Monument

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Address: Mt. Royal Ave. at Mosher Street, Baltimore, MD
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A dramatic outdoor sculpture that commemorates the Confederacy during the...

A dramatic outdoor sculpture that commemorates the Confederacy during the Civil War.

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Superb Sculpture

This monument is breath taking! A double equestrian work of Genls. Lee and Jackson at their last meeting. Shortly thereafter, Genl. Jackson was killed. It is a must-see.

Reviewed 10 March 2017
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Reviewed 10 March 2017

This monument is breath taking! A double equestrian work of Genls. Lee and Jackson at their last meeting. Shortly thereafter, Genl. Jackson was killed. It is a must-see.

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Reviewed 22 July 2013

The Confederate Statue of Generals Lee and Jackson across from the Baltimore Museum of Art is both a stunningly large equestrian sculpture and a beautiful tribute to two of the Confederacy's and America's noblest soldiers. Installed in 1948 barely south of the Mason-Dixon Line, the statue of these two generals is an expertly executed bronze. The setting for the statue... More 

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