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Outdoor Sculpture

Statue of Lenin

Doporučuje 36 místních ·

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July 7, 2019
Fremont’s controversial statue.
Jeanette & Ned
Jeanette & Ned
May 3, 2019
I don't know who put the pic of the Ballard Locks here. Old Vladimir is much more impressive. You can meet up with him just a few blocks west of the Fremont Troll.
March 8, 2019
This statue is controversial, and people continue to debate whether it belongs here. However, this larger-than-life rendering of Vladimir Lenin glaring down at the funky freedoms in Fremont’s commercial district is just an example of why Fremont is an artist’s community. This cast bronze sculpture…
December 31, 2018
They were throwing lots of these out in Russia a while ago. One of the many remnants of when Fremont was all about weird.
October 5, 2018
Because Fremont has the really curious piece of history.

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Point of Interest
“In 1991 a live morning newscast reported the dismantling of the circa 1950 cold war rocket fuselage that was on display at an Army Surplus in Belltown. After hearing the news Fremont immediately went to acquire the Rocket. Instead of heading to the scrap yard, the Rocket was taken to Fremont and into urban mythology. The 53-foot rocket was constructed from military surplus, using the tail boom of a Fairchild C-119 ‘Flying Boxcar’ transport aircraft dressed up with rocket-like fins. The rocket was originally plagued with engineering difficulties, leaving its constructors with the unfortunate problem of ‘not being able to get it up.’ Until the summer of 1993 when a team of specialists were called in to engineer the electronic features, structural details and design the new fins and nose cone. Neon laser pods have been installed on each fin and on the nose and in launch mode steam vapor emanates from the Rocket base. Thus, the rocket became erected on top of a building on the corner of North 36th Street and Evanston Ave North bearing the Fremont crest and motto, “De Libertas Quirkas”–which means “Freedom to be Peculiar.””
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“This statue is near the north approach to the pictured Fremont Bridge. Each figure in the statue has its own strange tale to tell.”
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“If you have a car and are curious about the troll under the Aurora Bridge, check out the Fremont Troll.”
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“Regular nothing-special bar - what's special is that it's full of dogs! Yes - you can bring your dog with you inside the bar/restaurant. It's great!”
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“Food, drink behind a red door with a great outdoor patio that's insulated on colder nights, and open on warmer nights.”
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