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English: Bronze statue of Constantine the Great outside York Minster, England. The Emperor looks down upon his broken sword, which forms the shape of a cross. The statue was erected by the York Civic Trust and unveiled on 25 July 1998. (More facts)
Date 13 January 2011
Author York Minster

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53° 57′ 42.57″ N, 1° 4′ 54.31″ W

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