Fodor's Expert Review Musica

Midtown and Edgehill Historic District/Site
Free
Sitting squarely in the Music Row roundabout (also known as Buddy Killen Circle), Musica was originally a point of controversy, but now represents the artistic and cultural diversity of this thriving city. Musica is a bronze statue depicting nine dancing nude figures—including African American, Asian American, Native, and Latinx men and women—enthralled by music. At its pinnacle stands a woman holding a tambourine. The 14- and 15-foot-tall figures also stand on limestone boulders, which are native to the area.
Historic District/Site Public Art (Mural/Sculpture/Statue) Free

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1600 Division St.
Nashville, Tennessee  37203, USA

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