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This is a statue of King Louis IX of France, the saint for whom St. Louis is named. The sculpture was first seen in St. Louis as a "staff" (similar to plaster of Paris) statue displayed at the 1904 World's Fair. It was so loved by the people of St. Louis - or so the story goes - that a permanent work in bronze was presented to the city after the fair. It can be seen today in front of the Saint Louis Art Museum - which also got its start at the 1904 fair. Up until the completion of the Gateway Arch, this was, for many people, the symbol of St. Louis.

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