Statue Park News: This memorial park now includes a statue of Genghis Khan much like the one in Ulaanbaatar.
Statue Park / Roman Hill
Statue Park, also sometimes referred to as Roman Hill, is Inisfree's greatest memorial, monument, and tribute to all of its greatest inspirations, especially those it considers heroes. This is where the stone likenesses of the Inisfreeans' equivalent of saints are enshrined for all of time. The entire park is (on) one giant statue, and its many inlets, pedestals, and rooftops are adorned with the life-size statues of a great host (number) of individuals from humanity and many other intelligent species.
Dimensions & Layout:
Statue Park's foundation measures about two fifths of a mile by three fifths of a mile, and stands nearly 200 stories tall. This gives its rooftop (the main attraction; the patio where the most temple-like memorials, plaques, and statues are) 6,690,816 square feet of floor-space; 153 acres; enough room for 33,454 Lincoln Memorials.
Beneath this monolithic construct is a hidden, underground, graveyard-like tomb nearly as deep and wide as the open-air, rooftop courtyard and patio that is the main attraction of Statue Park. Also, running down along its side adjacent the local greenbelt's treeline, is a water-slide like what one would find in Dinotopia's towns, leading down to a large swimming pool at the foot of this great display of statues; where those who chose to slide down to Inisfree's ground level can get out and walk or drive on about their day.
The Vertices Memorial Temples:
- Chenghis Khaan (Genghis Khaan, a.k.a. Temuchin; a replica of his throne statue at the Mongolian Parliament building in Ulaanbaatar, and, on the rooftop of this throne-temple, a replica of his Genghis Khan Equestrian Statue
- Daenerys Targaryen with her first three dragons, fully grown, perched around her
- Freyja / Aphrodite / Venus in the legendary Temple-of-Venus shape/form; shaped like a nuclear powerplant silo
- Leonardo di ser Piero da Vinci (amidst his studio of sketchbooks and easels, displaying his helicopter and submarine)
- Nikola Tesla (next to his Tesla Coil tower)
- Noah bin Lamech (standing on the bow of his Ark)
The Central Memorial Temple:
Viktor Schauberger (next to a Repulsine such as a Haunebu III. *This is the central memorial/temple in the middle of the vast rooftop courtyard of the Statue Park construct. Only the aircraft, not the man, is represented in the Civilian Aerospaceport's Air History Museum annex.)
- Albert Einstein
- Alexander III of Macedon (Alexander the Great)
- David Belle (Repulsine-suspended mid-leap across a gap between buildings)
- Dr. Walther Wüst (2nd President of Ahnenerbe)
- Heinrich Luitpold Himmler
- Herman Wirth (1st President of the Ahnenerbe, and a historian and scholar of ancient religions and symbols)
- Imhotep (Ophiuchus; holding his friend, the wizard snake)
- Imre Lichtenfeld (founder of Krav Maga)
- Kain Dōshi (possible founder of Ninjutsu, martial art of the Shinobi; Ninja)
- King Solomon (a.k.a. Jedidiah), son of King David
- Lee Jun-fan (Bruce Lee, founder of Jeet Kune Do)
- Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni
- Neil deGrasse Tyson
- Ramses Meryamun (Ramesses II / Ramses the Great)
- Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum (of Dubai)
- Sir Richard Charles Nicholas Branson
- Stephen Robert Irwin (Steve Irwin)
- Thor Odinsson (fashioned after Thor played by Chris Hemsworth, holding up the Mjolnir)
- Tov (Moses) *not because of the religion associated with him --
- Walter Elias Disney
- William Sanford "Bill" Nye (a.k.a. 'Bill Nye the Science Guy')
1,000 form-sakes, as listed in the Shrine-mansions directory.