In spite of the fact that not remarkable to Seattle, Hammering Man, the 48ft-high metal model that monitors the passage to the Seattle Art Museum at the intersection of First Ave and University St, has become something of a city symbol since it was brought up in 1992.

The model, whose moving engine fueled arm quietly pounds four times each moment, 364 days every year (he has Labor Day in September off), should speak to the specialist within each one of us. It was brought about by Jonathan Borofsky, an American craftsman from Boston, who has planned comparable pounding men for different urban communities. There are taller and heavier models in Frankfurt, Germany, and Seoul, South Korea.

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