Martin Luther King Jr. Street at Liberty Bell Park in Jerusalem.
Martin Luther King Jr. Street at Liberty Bell Park in Jerusalem.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Yerba Buena Gardens.
The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Yerba Buena Gardens.

This is a list of memorials to Martin Luther King Jr.

United States

There are numerous memorials to King in the United States, including:

Internationally

Statue of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Imo state Nigeria
Statue of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Imo state Nigeria
Befrielsen (English:Liberation) in "Martin Luther Kings plan" (park), Uppsala, Sweden
Befrielsen (English:Liberation) in "Martin Luther Kings plan" (park), Uppsala, Sweden

Numerous other memorials honor him around the world, including:

See also

References

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