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Son of Man Statue (Canterbury)

[An image showing Son of Man Statue]The Son of Man Statue is a feature of the ancient city of Canterbury in Kent.

In fact it is situated in the cathedral close of Canterbury Cathedral, on the grass beside the great building's South wall.

Son of Man is a name used by Jesus to refer to himself.

The statue, an unusual one and quite unlike the usual depictions of Jesus, was created by David McFall.

It was erected in 1989.

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