Curious Cbus: What’s The History Of Dublin’s Concrete Cornfield?

//Curious Cbus: What’s The History Of Dublin’s Concrete Cornfield?

Curious Cbus: What’s The History Of Dublin’s Concrete Cornfield?

by Michael De Bonis, WOSU

Paris has the Eiffel Tower, St. Louis has the Arch and Dublin, Ohio has the Field of Corn.

When you drive through the intersection at Frantz and Rings Road for the first time, you might be surprised to see rows and rows of giant concrete ears of corn sprawling out on the southwest corner.

But for locals, the sculpture sometimes called “Cornhenge” but officially titled Field of Corn (with Osage Oranges) has become an iconic part of this suburban community.

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2019-07-31T13:24:26+00:00September 14th, 2018|Categories: In the News|
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