This statue, by sculptor Stan Mullins of Athens, Georgia, stands in honor of the freedom fighters of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. The statue draws inspiration from a number of sources, including fifteen-year-old Erika Szeles, a fighter and nurse who was killed in action while attempting to tend to wounded fighters; her image and legacy have become enduring symbols of the revolution.
Tomochichi received General James Oglethorpe and the original Georgia colonists in peace in 1733, and is regarded as the co-founder of the Georgia colony alongside General Oglethorpe.
Peace and Justice Gates, Alexander Stoddart, sc., 21st century. These statues depict the mythological goddesses Dike and Eirene in the Greco-Roman style. Dike and Eirene are both daughters of Zeus and Themis, with Dike’s domain being justice and Eirene’s being peace.
Bust of José Julián Martí Pérez, a poet, philosopher, and political theorist. His works were critical to inspiring the Cuban Revolution against the Spanish Empire in the late nineteenth century.