Reconciliation Plaza

LOCATION

Richmond, Virginia

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Architecture

With identical versions in Liverpool, England, and Benin, Africa, the Reconciliation Statue stands as a recognition of and memorial to the international legacy of the slave trade. The plaza, designed by Baskervill, creates a place of repose at a busy urban intersection in downtown Richmond and is defined by a fountain, concrete seat walls, and simple landscaping to showcase the 14-foot bronze sculpture designed by artist Stephen Broadbent.

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