|This sculptural complex is sited on the Capitol Grounds, northwest of the capitol building. George Washington at the top is surrounded by other figures, both real and allegorical; the complex depicts Virginia's role in the Revolution and honors seven of her citizens along with allegorical figures depicting their individual characteristics or contributions: Thomas Jefferson with "Independence," George Mason with "Bill of Rights," Patrick Henry with "Revolution," John Marshall with "Justice," Andrew Lewis with "Colonial Times," and Thomas Nelson with "Finance."|
Center: statues at the bottom are from left to right Patrick Henry (under the horse's head), George Mason, and Thomas Jefferson (from the side)
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