- Light Square, Adelaide
Light Square is one of five squares in the
City of Adelaide[cite book|title=2003 Adelaide Street Directory, 41st Edition |publisher=UBD (A Division of Universal Press Pty Ltd) |year=2003 |isbn=0-7319-1441-4] . Located in the north-western portion of South Adelaide(the central business district), the Square is named after the city's planner, Colonel William Light. The Square is divided into two sections separated by road. In the larger southern section Colonel Light is buried beneath a monument comprising of a red granite monolith topped with a surveyor's theodolite. Also in the square are a bronze statue of Catherine Helen Spenceand two artistic structures.
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