Homage to King

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Homage to King is a sculpture by Xavier Medina Campeny. It is located at the southwest corner of Freedom Parkway and Boulevard in Atlanta, Georgia in the Old Fourth Ward neighborhood.The work portrays Martin Luther King, Jr. outstretching his arms, representing a welcome to those visiting the Martin Luther King, Jr., National Historic Site.[1][2] The location is also one of an oft-used view of the Downtown Atlanta skyline.[3]


  1. ^ Atlanta Art Park, Freedom Park site Archived 2012-04-23 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ "Homage to King", City of Atlanta public art site
  3. ^ Photo on Access Atlanta

External links

  • Homage to King, Freedom Park Conservancy

Coordinates: 33°45′36″N 84°22′21″W / 33.759930°N 84.372468°W / 33.759930; -84.372468

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