NYC Statues Adorned With Flowers for Int’l Women’s Day

Historical statues of women in New York City got the "flower empower" treatment in honor of International Women's Day

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A decorated statue of pioneering humanitarian Harriet Tubman at 122nd Street and Frederick Douglass Boulevard in Harlem.
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Snow from Wednesday's nor'easter mixed with the flowers adorning Harriet Tubman.
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Writer Gertrude Stein amid a bouquet in Bryant Park.
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The "Fearless Girl" on Broadway in Lower Manhattan. The Charging Bull also got decorated with flowers.
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The "Fearless Girl" with her cape of flowers.
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Old Navy said it decorated the Fearless Girl along with the other historical figures because she's a "modern-day symbol of female empowerment."
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The Joan of Arc statue wears a flowing bouquet on 93rd Street and Riverside on the Upper West Side.
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Flowers and snow around the Joan of Arc statue on the Upper West Side.
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A statue of Golda Meir, the first female Prime Minister of Israel, wore a necklace of flowers at her perch at 39th Street and Broadway.
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A statue of former First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt was surrounded by flowers at 72nd Street and Riverside Drive on the Upper West Side.
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Spring came early to the Eleanor Roosevelt statue on the Upper West Side.
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