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Adjoining the historic Essex County Courthouse is placed the monumental memorial known as Seated Lincoln. It is more accurately located at Newark in Essex County, new Jersey. The magnificent memorial structure was constructed by Gutzon Borglum. It is predominantly a bronze structure and depicts the prominent Abraham Lincoln seated on a corner of a bench. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Built in the late 17 Century, the Military Park actually served as a training ground for Newark's militia. However, today it serves the locals with a beautiful park to relax and enjoy the evening. The park contains monument of the 'Wars of America' and a large concrete sword. The park also has an underground parking area. The Military Park hosts a variety of local events like the Common Greens, a popular farmers market, annual festivals like the Africa-Newark Festival and other concerts.
Built in 1847, Grace Church in Newark is one of the oldest places of worship in the city. The church was built in the Gothic Revival style of architecture and is considered among enthusiasts to be one of the finest of its kind in the country. Notable features of the church include the spire, the intricate sculpture work on the altar as well as the imposing organ. Music forms an important part of the church's activities, with dedicated choirs as well as a rich program of events throughout the year. Check website for more.
Built in 1810, Trinity & St. Philip's Cathedral is one of the city's oldest places of worship. The magnificent church building features a mix of architectural styles, notably Greek Revival and Gothic Revival. The church was originally established as Trinity Church, but later became Trinity & St. Philip's after the congregation of a nearby church was merged with it. Check website for more information.
This versatile arts center has a huge list of accolades to its name. It has been called a 'gem', hailed as one of the best concert halls in the world, and referred to as the nation's most glamorous theater by the media. Since 1997, over 3.5 million spectators have been charmed by the musicals, concerts, theater productions and ballet performances held at here. Concerts by Itzhak Perlman, 'N Sync, Lauryn Hill, Vienna Choir Boys, the Royal Concert Orchestra of Amsterdam, and the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater have also been held here.