Point of View Statue

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Point of View Park in Pittsburgh, PA is named after the "Point of View" sculpture created by James A. West in 2006. The sculpture depicts a meeting between George Washington and Guyasuta in 1770 with both men shown lowering their weapons. Before the park's dedication, it was known as "Photography Park" due to its popularity with tourists capturing cityscape photos from the concrete overlook. The park's name now honors the sculpture and symbolizes the historical encounter, offering visitors a chance to appreciate its significance and enjoy the scenic views of Pittsburgh's skyline. (Submitted by Kelli Seeman-Smith)