The Spirit of Detroit

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The giant, bronze statue was created by Marshall Fredericks and Coleman Young in 1958. Its 9-ton, 26-foot frame was first cast in Oslo, Norway and placed at the Coleman A. Young Municipal Center atop a 60-ton marble base. The figure's left hand holds a gilt bronze sphere while the right gently supports a family, symbolizing the importance of human relationships.