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Article:Gilbert du Motier, marquis de Lafayette
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Many streets around the United States are named for Lafayette, such as Lafayette Street in [[New Haven, Connecticut]], Lafayette Street in [[Williston Park]] and [[Lafayette Street (Manhattan)]]. New York City actually has five Lafayette Streets, one in each [[Borough (New York City)|borough]], as well as a Lafayette Avenue in Brooklyn. [[US 1]] in [[New Hampshire]], from the [[Massachusetts]] border in [[Seabrook, N.H.|Seabrook]] to [[Portsmouth, N.H.|Portsmouth]], is named Lafayette Road.
 
Many streets around the United States are named for Lafayette, such as Lafayette Street in [[New Haven, Connecticut]], Lafayette Street in [[Williston Park]] and [[Lafayette Street (Manhattan)]]. New York City actually has five Lafayette Streets, one in each [[Borough (New York City)|borough]], as well as a Lafayette Avenue in Brooklyn. [[US 1]] in [[New Hampshire]], from the [[Massachusetts]] border in [[Seabrook, N.H.|Seabrook]] to [[Portsmouth, N.H.|Portsmouth]], is named Lafayette Road.
   
==Lafayette in sculpture==
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==Lafayette in sculpture==hi mom
* [[pediment]] on the [[Tippecanoe County]] Courthouse, [[Lafayette, Indiana]], 1882
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* [[LaFayette Fountain]] by [[Lorado Taft]] in [[Lafayette, Indiana]], 1887
 
* [[LaFayette Fountain]] by [[Lorado Taft]] in [[Lafayette, Indiana]], 1887
   
* Statue of Lafayette and [[George Washington|Washington]] by [[Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi|Bartholdi]], [[Place des États-Unis]] (United States Plaza), Paris, France, 1895
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* Statue of Lafayette and [[George Washington|Washington]] by [[Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi|B* [[pediment]] on the [[Tippecanoe County]] Courthouse, [[Lafayette, Indiana]], 1882artholdi]], [[Place des États-Unis]] (United States Plaza), Paris, France, 1895
 
* [[Equestrian statue]] by [[Paul Bartlett]], [[Metz]], France 1919, destroyed by German occupation forces and replaced by another statue by M . Goutin in 2004
 
* [[Equestrian statue]] by [[Paul Bartlett]], [[Metz]], France 1919, destroyed by German occupation forces and replaced by another statue by M . Goutin in 2004
   
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