How to create a grand memorial to "The Mount Rushmore" in South Dakota

• How was the grand memorial "Mount Rushmore" in South Dakota

"Mount Rushmore" - it is a national memorial, carved in the granite rock of the same name in the state of South Dakota, who look to the four greatest US president. Construction of the memorial was completed October 31, 1941, so this year, he was 75 years old.

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Construction of a national monument "Mount Rushmore", about 1941. Partly carved into the rock sculpture portraits of George Washington (1732 - 1799), Thomas Jefferson (1743 - 1826), Theodore Roosevelt (1858 - 1919) and Abraham Lincoln (1809 - 1865).

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The model of the future national memorial "Mount Rushmore" is a bas-relief carved into the rock, containing sculptures of four US presidents, in the workshop of the sculptor Borglum Gutzona about 1925.

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Working hews George Washington head shape under the direction of sculptor Borglum Gutzona (left), 22 July 1929.

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President Franklin Roosevelt visited Mount Rushmore, August 31, 1936. Sculptor Gutzon Borglum is at the center with his hand raised and the President, his son and other members of the delegation visiting the memorial.

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The construction of a national memorial to "The Mount Rushmore" in 1936.

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The builders pneumatic jackhammers are working to develop an eye sculpture of President Theodore Roosevelt, which is part of a national memorial to "The Mount Rushmore", about 1939.

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The creation of the sculpture of George Washington, about 1941.

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Creating a sculpture of Thomas Jefferson, about 1941.

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Scaffolding around a partially carved out of the rock sculpture of Abraham Lincoln, about 1941.

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sculpted Lincoln Borglum (son Gutzona Borglum) on the scaffolding sculpture near the face of President Theodore Roosevelt.