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The purpose of these statutes is to celebrate white supremacy in the present. Many historians have proven, Confederate memorials celebrated slavery, the South as a slave society, and white supremacy in general.
Most beautiful Confederate Memorial ; very intricate. Disappointed the flags are not a part of it. Montgomery is a beautiful city. The city is an excellent example of not only preserving their Civil War history but also supporting their Civil Rights history. Preservation of history...More
The most striking Confederate memorial column this reviewer has ever seen in the south. The tribute to all of the lost soldiers and sailors is stunningly beautiful, with rich carvings and figures. Stop and see this part of history while you still can.
The statue is very tall and the work on the statue is very intricate and astounding. It pays tribute to the soldiers and sailors of the Confederate States. If you love American history, take time to see this beautiful statue.
We stoped here and the capital because we wanted something to do before the ride home . The monuments are nice -some at the capital may need a little maintenance. It was enjoyable . We had to pay to park .
Walk up the hill to the capital and view this beautiful monument to honor the men who fought for the Confederacy. The sculptor work is really outstanding and the poetry one the monument is very touching. Enjoyed seeing it and looking over the city. The...More
The craftsmanship it took to create this thing is unreal. there are at least four "faces" to the monument and each one is as intricately carved and assembled as the other. Also an easy stop and look attraction in Montgomery. Right outside the Capitol.
The story of the men and women that fought to protect their homes and families from an invading army is one heard around the world in many war torn countries. This was also the case in the southern states in the middle of the 19tj...More