"It has been said that in establishing the Cultural Gardens, Cleveland set an example for the rest of the nation for dealing with cultural diversity. John Bodnar, Chairman of the Department of History at Indiana University regards the Cleveland Cultural Gardens as our nation’s most powerful symbol to the ideals of universal peace and brotherhood."
From this interesting introduction to the Cleveland Cultural Gardens.
The Cleveland Cultural Gardens are located on both sides of Martin Luther King Jr, Blvd in Cleveland. You can view the geotagged photos from this set positioned on a map. There are over 100 other pictures in the set.
Much more information on the the history, artists and subjects of the gardens and their statues can be found at this site.