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The Mustangs of Las Colinas

The Mustangs of Las Colinas
The Mustangs of Las Colinas
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After the Spanish introduced wild mustangs to Texas in 1542, vast herds of the beautiful animals rode across the prairies until the mid-19th century. In Las Colinas’ William Square, this history is commemorated in a breathtakingly realistic bronze sculpture of nine horses galloping across a shallow stream. Spectators impressed by the larger-than-life depiction can learn more about renowned African wildlife sculptor Robert Glen in the adjacent free museum.

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DART Rail Line / Bus Route:

DART Rail Line / Bus Route:
  • Orange Line to Las Colinas Urban Center Station, short and scenic walk

DID YOU KNOW...

Artist Robert Glen made 47 different models of mustangs before selecting the final nine for the sculpture.

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