Paul Revere Statue

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The Paul Revere Statue on the Paul Revere Mall in Boston commemorates the legendary midnight ride of Paul Revere on April 18, 1775, a crucial event that warned American militias of approaching British forces at the onset of the Revolutionary War. Created by sculptor Cyrus Edwin Dallin, the statue depicts Revere on horseback, holding a lantern and appearing to shout the famous warning, "The British are coming!" Unveiled in 1940, the statue has become an iconic symbol of American patriotism and history. Situated in the North End neighborhood of Boston, the statue and the surrounding Paul Revere Mall serve as a serene public space, attracting history enthusiasts and tourists from all over the world