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Vietnam and Korean War Memorials

700 N. Pennsylvania St.
Indianapolis, IN 46204
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Downtown



This two-part limestone and granite sculpture by artist Patrick Brunner was created in 1996 to honor casualties of the Korean and Vietnam wars. Composed of two half-cylinders, the concave side of each sculpture includes the names of men and women killed during the war. The convex sides contain excerpts from letters written by Indiana soldiers to their loved ones at home.




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