Located at the end of Princeton’s Nassau Street in the Historic Princeton and inspired by the carvings on the Parisian Arc de Triomphe, a magnificent 50 feet tall sculpture of General George Washington is surrounded by a lovely park. The monument depicts General Washington leading his troops into the victorious battle.
The monument, designed by Frederick MacMonnies and Thomas Hastings, was completed in 1922. The path that leads to the monument is lined with cherry trees that are a truly spectacular sight when in full bloom. The beautiful park contains several notable sculptures such as the bust of Albert Einstein, who lived in Princeton until his death, The Newspaper Reader by J. Seward Johnson Jr., and the bell of the USS Princeton.
Address: Princeton Borough Hall, Princeton, NJ
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