From St Asaph workhouse to world fame
A new sculpture to commemorate the famous explorer Henry Morton Stanley, who lived from 1841 to1904, is to be erected in St Asaph, where he was brought up in the workhouse.
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#1 Jun 13, 2011
The obelisk erected in St Asaph has not given me any indication that it is anyway connected to Stanley. It is such a strange creation and I believe it is supposed to be based on a Congo fertility symbol. So who wants a large sex symbol right in their faces all day?
This 'erection' is supposed to be also lite at night maybe some alien from space with take fancy to it and beam it up and do us all a favour?
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