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Burns Statues around the world AfterQueen Victoria and Christopher Columbus, Robert Burns, has more statuesdedicated to him around the world than any other non-religious figure.This map plots where to find them.
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THE BURNS ALMANAC. 1898 STATUES AND BUSTS OF BURNS.
Statue in Edinburgh.
Statue in Perth.
Statue in New York.
Statue in Dundee.
Statue on Thames Embankment, London.
Bust in Westminster Abbey, London.
Statue in George Square, Glasgow.
Statue in Kay Park, Kilmarnock.
Bust in Monument on Doon side.
Sculptured figure in Mausoleum, Dumfries.
Statue in Dumfries.
Statue in Ballarat, Australia.
Statue in Albany, N. Y.
Statue in Dunedin, New Zealand.
Statue in Montrose.
Bust in Wallace Monument, near Stirling.
Statue in Ayr.
Statue in Aberdeen.
Statue in Barre, Vt.
Statue in Belfast.
Statue in Paisley.
Bust in Metropolitan Museum, New York, by Calverley.
Statuette in London, by P. R. Montford.
Statue (in plaster) Cairns, Boston, by H. McNair.
Bust owned by Andrew Carnegie, by Calverley.
Bust owned by Peter Kinnear, of Albany, by Calverley.
Statue in Irvine.
Bust in Buffalo Library, by Langenbein.
Statue in Artist's Studio, by W. Clark Noble.
Bust (new study) in Artist's Studio, by Calverley.
Medallion (new study) in Artist's Studio, by Calverley.
Bust in Tullie House, Carlyle, England, by D. W. Stevenson.
Statue in Leith.
Hopefully, there should be a new Burns Statue erected next to the A76, in the town of New Cumnock, in the summer of 2010.