Discoverer of the New World

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Rota, Spain

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In the center of the circular parking area atop Telegraph Hill’s Pioneer Park stands this larger than life-sized statute of Christopher Columbus, honoring the Discoverer of the New World. Placed in its present location in 1957, the bronze statue was created by Umberto Cobertaldo, an italian sculptor. The statue cost $30,000, and was donated by the San Francisco Italian-American community.

In this image, only the head and shoulders of the statute is seen, with the top-most portion of Coit Tower seen in the background

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