The Council have been quick to recognise one of the city's more famous sons in erecting this statue. Born as Archibald Leach in Horfield, north Bristol, he spent his early years here before going on to become a Hollywood icon. One for Hitchcock fans and anyone who's seen North by Northwest.
Millennium Square, Harbourside BS1
Feminist, philosopher, social reformer and credited with being the Father of Modern India. He is strongly remembered for his involvement in the abolition of Sati, the immolation of widows. He died of meningitis in 1833 whilst visiting Bristol as an ambassador of the Mughal Empire. He is buried in the city's Arnos Vale Cemetery and this statue commemorates his significant legacy.
Between the Council House and the Central Library, College Green BS1;
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