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On the 4th of July, protesters gathered in Baltimore and managed to bring down a Christopher Columbus statue and throw it into a nearby harbor. Read on to learn more and see the video.

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The Christopher Columbus statue was located near Little Italy in Baltimore, Maryland, the Baltimore Sun reported.

On the evening of the Fourth of July, a group of protesters put a rope around the statue and managed to topple it. They then tossed it into the Inn Harbor in Baltimore and cheered.

Spencer Compton captured the moment that they tore the statue down and shared the video on Twitter. You can see a rope wrapped around the statue and then you can see the statue going tumbling off the pedestal.

Baltimore just tore down the Columbus statue ✊

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