Columbus Monument, Barcelona (1888). Called in Spanish “Mirador de Colón”, because it can be ascended internally to viewing windows. At the foot there are “various combinations of sculptures related to the discovery of America”.
Murals depicting Columbus inside the Main Building of the University of Notre Dame, painted by Vatican artist Luigi Gregori between 1882 and 1884. These murals have been covered by removable tapestries since 2020, amid ongoing controversy over their depiction of Indigenous people.