Richmond, scene of the last battle of the Civil war - The Point

This is a broad avenue divided by a central median, shaded and lined with elegant houses. Monument Avenue in Richmond is famous for its statues of confederate p

Richmond, scene of the last battle of the Civil war - The Point

This is a broad avenue divided by a central median, shaded and lined with elegant houses. Monument Avenue in Richmond is famous for its statues of confederate planted at each intersection. But more than a century and a half after the end of the war of Secession, the south generals come to undergo a new bitter defeat. They have been clarified bluntly these past few weeks and sent to the scrap heap. On the large artery that remains of the pedestals empty, barbouillés of graffiti.

The monument to the glory of Jefferson Davis, whose statue has been déboulonnée. © Hélène...

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