Comparing Monuments

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Comparing Monuments
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A monument is a statue of famous or notable persons, building or a place that is made to keep alive the memory of people or events. Florida Capital building is a monument that has a rich history which began in 1824 with the creation of Tallahassee as the new capital city. The Integration Statue at Florida State University is celebrated for playing attribute to young men and women who contributed in making FSU rich in diversity.
The Historical Capitol is located in Tallahassee in Florida capital city, at the intersection of Apalachee Parkway. And the Integration Statue at Florida State University is it located on the oldest continuous site of higher education in the state of Florida. The visual elements that are found in the Historical Capitol are the 22 floors and a height of 345 feet. While the Integration Statue at Florida State University is a three figured statue of people standing and is approximately nine feet tall.
The Historical Capitol building has encouraged people to come because it contains a museum, which is always open to the public and has a great historical background. Nevertheless, the Statue at Florida State University encourages people from different background and country to join the university, because as elaborated it symbolizes social unity. Grandeur and permanence are coined when a material like a rock is used in a sculpture or building. This is because the rock is strong and elegant; on the other hand, it is smooth as glass in some places and also rough. Another thing that contributes to a building or sculpture permanence is that it is too heavy to be carried around and strong.
The difference between the Integration Statue at Florida State University consists of images of people on a circular brick pedestal and is established on the idea of beauty, bats and books. While the…...

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