The sculpture at the United Nations headquarters in New York City
|Artist||Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd|
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Non-Violence is a bronze sculpture by Swedish artist Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd of an oversized Colt Python .357 Magnum revolver with a knotted barrel and the muzzle pointing upwards. Reuterswärd made this sculpture after singer-songwriter and peace activist John Lennon was murdered.
There are currently 21 copies of the sculpture around the world, twelve of them in Sweden. They are located in:
|Bagers plats||Malmö||Sweden (original)|
|Headquarters of the United Nations||New York City||USA (original)|
|European Commission||Kirchberg||Luxembourg (original)|
|Göteborgs Högre Samskola Stampgatan||Gothenburg||Sweden|
|Göteborgs Högre Samskola Föreningsgatan||Gothenburg||Sweden|
|Anna Lindh park||Borås, SE-O||Sweden|
|Mémorial de Caen||Caen||France|
|Victoria & Alfred Waterfront||Cape Town||South Africa|
|The Museum of Sketches||Lund, Malmö||Sweden|
|Roslagsbanan station||Täby, Stockholm||Sweden|
|Fittja metro station||Stockholm||Sweden|
|Åkeshov metro station||Stockholm||Sweden|
|Naucalpan||Estado de México||Mexico|
|Polanco||Ciudad de Mexico||Mexico|
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- "Presentation page on the site of the Permanent Mission of Luxembourg to the United nations" (in French). Retrieved 2011-09-20.
- "Waymarking.com". Retrieved 2 February 2014.
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