38-64 Christopher St, New York, USA, NY 10014
The Stonewall Inn was raided in 1969. Gay bars in New York were often raided but on this occasion, the patrons fought back. Protests broke out in New York the following day, kickstarting the gay liberation movement.
Ten years later a monument was built in Christopher Park by artist George Segal to mark the occasion. It’s called Gay Liberation and it depicts a gay couple and a lesbian couple. It’s one of the major LGBT+ landmarks in New York City.
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venue: Attraction (旅游景点) | features: gay landmark
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