The bronze bull statue on Wall Street has been one of the most important symbols of American capitalism and one of the must-see attractions for visitors to New York. Designed by Italian artist Dimodica, the bronze bull is nearly five meters long and weighs 6,300 kilograms. Many visitors come to visit the bronze bull and take pictures with it, and touch the horns of the bronze bull to pray for good luck.
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The copper bull of Wall Street has always been standing on Wall Street. It used to be on Wall Street. Later, it was moved to Broadway, which is diagonally opposite Wall Street. It has always been a symbol of Wall Street. Anyone who comes here will come and touch Copper bull means that the stock market is like a bull market, and you can earn more. I remember when I first came to New York seven years ago, everyone stretched out their hands to touch the copper bull. The bull was not idle for a moment, but recently I passed it again. Everyone lined up to take pictures in an orderly manner. One by one, very abiding.
The location of the copper bull in the south of Wall Street symbolizes the bull market and, of course, the expectation for the development of the real economy. There are no pedestals or fences for the cows. Many people take pictures here, and everyone can touch the cows.
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The iconic building on Wall Street, most of the day during the day, many tourists from all over the world are surrounded by various group photos, so the photos taken with Tongniu here are basically photos with strangers, and tourists who come here will also Feel the bull's head, hoping that their stocks can also be bullish. We passed early in the morning in order to take a picture with no other tourists.
Wall Street Tongniu did not know when it became an Internet celebrity attraction. It took more than 10 minutes to walk from the fort yard. From a long distance you can see the team of tourists and Tongniu taking photos. Fortunately, it's free now, just spend some time in line. Tongniu does not look big, not as good as the one on the Bund in Shanghai. Many people don't even let the private part behind the cow's butt.