Washington, DC: Mythology of Canada Statue

Bronze sculpture by artist Bill Reid, a canoe filled with humans and strange allegorical creatures, titled "Spirit of Haida Gwaii." Represents traditional narrative of the indigenous Haida people, featuring Raven, Uncle Beaver, Bad Bear, Dogfish Woman. Rub Old Mouse Woman's nose for luck.
501 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC
In the courtyard of the Canadian Embassy, which is the building just to the east of the Newseum.
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Mythology of Canada sculpture.

Mythology of Canada Statue

Located next to the Canadian embassy doors. The embassy itself is impressive enough to merit a visit.

[Conor S., 03/24/2016]

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