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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
"An iconic statue to grab a quick picture by."
"The Charging Bull story is very fascinating act of "guerrilla art" by Di Modica."
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Kimberly Anne
2 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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Bill Moody
5 months ago
Iconic symbol, interesting and funny history. Best time to see it is late at night/early morning. Went with my daughter about 1 am - so cool to be the only people (except police officers) around the financial center of the world and the Charging Bull.
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Adam Van Grover
9 months ago
Downtown tourist destination - be prepared for long wait most of the time, to take pictures with both sides of the beast. Really interesting back story, actually quite a nice piece of sculpture, and perfectly suited for the downtown/Wall Street area. The adjacent park is small but also quite nice, and there are numerous subway stations nearby.
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Mady Jatta
a year ago
The Charging Bull story is very fascinating act of "guerrilla art" by Di Modica. He deposited the charging bull in Wall Street one night during the fall of wall street market, and it was promptly adopted as a symbol of the financial industry. The oversize sculpture depicts a bull, the symbol of aggressive financial optimism and prosperity, leaning back on its haunches and with its head lowered as if ready to charge. The sculpture is both a popular tourist destination which draws thousands of people a day, as well as "one of the most iconic images of New York And yes, I did touch the shiny balls.
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Peter Gregg
5 months ago
Iconic Wall Street Bull is easy access from most anywhere in the financial district. Whether just to see it or for a quick photo op - it is worth a short walk to check it off the list. Usually a crowd around it, but most of the time people are good about taking turns for picture taking
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Ron Ruzal
2 months ago
THE photo opportunity of downtown. Be prepared to stand in line with other people to take your quick photo, unless you're lucky and there aren't that many people.
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Scott Brody
7 months ago
This famous statue has come to symbolize America's 21st century all-profit driven economy. As such, it has been a major rallying point for groups like Occupy Wall Street.
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James Mcinally
2 months ago
Packed with tourists as you can imagine, but everyone is very accommodating to get photographs...

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