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Broadway & Morris St New York, NY
Broadway & Morris StUSNew YorkNew York
Sculpture, Historical Landmark
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On Christmas Eve 1989 in the dead of the night, Sicilian-born artist Arturo Di Modica dropped a 3-ton bronze sculpture Charging Bull in front of the New York Stock Exchange.
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3-ton bronze sculpture of a bull located near Wall Street symbolizing New York's financial industry.- Google
"Nice photo opp of a classic Wall Street icon."
"The charging bull is a popular tourist spot."
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Shihho Yu
2 months ago
Must see Wall Street Iconic by Arturo Di Modica. This bronze sculpture symbolizes prosperity of financial street. Very popular spot that always crowded. I came early and took a nice picture with the charging bull.
Elizabeth Mcguiness
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My husband worked on the exchange & remembers the bull being left in the street in front of the stock exchange one morning by the sculptor. City said " no good" & he was moved to his current spot.
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Kimberly Anne
8 months ago
A New York Wall Street Icon! The charging bull is a popular tourist spot. The bull sits in front of the New York Stock Exchange in the Financial District and represents aggressive financial prosperity. Crowds gather around this sculpture at all hours of the day for a photo opportunity. People are pretty good about getting their photo and keeping it moving. It's hard to get a photo of the bull by itself. Definitely a must see when visiting New York City!
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Friedrich Prinz
a month ago
Well everything as expected. Only problem was that it was so crowded I could not do take pictures. But still very impressive.
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Domagoj Pribanic
2 months ago
Iconic NYC downtown statue. Fun history and back story to it as well. Perpetually crowded with tourists taking photos, but people are largely accomodating with eachother and the whole thing actually moves quite smoothly. Cup the Bulls testicles for fortune and prosperity, or don't if you're not into that sort of thing. No one's judging.
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Anderson Kaiser
a month ago
It is the symbol from Wall Street and from the NY's financial center. This is just a bull, but as a Wall St's symbol in the beginning of Broadway St, this is a "must go" place to a picture. If you are superstitious, you have to take a picture with your hands in the bull's nose, horns and testicles. If it doesn't bring good luck, at least you will have a funny picture.
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Caleb Fischer
2 months ago
It's a decent statue, but you'll be run over by tourists looking to check it out and touch it. Best observed from a distance.
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Parul Nath
a month ago
Over hyped tourist attraction there are always people hogging it.


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