Portrait of the famous MGM bronze lion statue on the corner of Las Vegas Strip and Tropicana Boulevard. The majestic animal is actually called Leo, is largest bronze sculpture in the U.S., of 45 feet tall and 50 tons in weight. I took my travel photograph, looking up from the street level, capturing the shiny "beast" on the blue sky of Nevada, with the replica of the Empire State Building in the background. This symbolic sculpture is right across the New York, New York complex. It was sculpted by the artist Snellen Maurice (“Snell” Johnson) in 2001, and it's a symbol not only of MGM, but also of Las Vegas.
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May 5th, 2023
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