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Religious Liberty Statue

Religious Liberty Statue

Religious Liberty, located on the grounds of the National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia, is a 25-foot marble monument that was created for the nation’s Centennial Exposition to honor the Constitutional guarantee of religious freedom. Sir Moses Jacob Ezekiel, the first Jewish-American sculptor to gain international prominence, created the piece.

Credit: Photo by B. Krist for Visit Philadelphia™

Tags: History, Museums & Attractions

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