Israel Supreme Court Obelisk

The Wohl Rose Park adjacent to the Supreme Court Building in Jerusalem includes an obelisk. The Supreme Court building itself was donated to Israel by Dorothy de Rothschild, wife of whealthy French banker James de Rothschild. Image source: Google Map

Washington Monument, Obelisk

The Washington Monument is the tallest obelisk in the world. Construction of the building began in 1848 and were finally completed in 1884.
Freemasons laid the cornerstone on July 4th, 1848 using George Washington’s Masonic apron, gavel and other Masonic regalia.

Vatican Obelisk, St. Peter’s Square

The 83″ (25.5 m) was first erected in Heliopolis, Egypt around 2500 BC. It was brought to the Julian Forum of Alexandria by Emperor Augustus and stood there until Emperor Caligula had it moved to Rome in 37 AD.
It was moved to its present location in 1586 under the orders of Pope Sixtus V.

St. Peter Square longshot with obelisk in the middle

Cleopatra’s Needle New York

Cleopatra’s Needle in New York is one a pair of obelisks from the rieh of Egyptian Pharaoh Tuthmosis III. Its twin is located in the City of London.
It was erected in New York City’s Central Park in a Masonic ceremony in 1881. The cornerstone was laid in place the previous year in a Masonic ceremony. Over 9000 Masons paraded through the streets of New York to celebrate its erection.

Cleopatra’s Needle City of London

Cleopatra’s Needle in the City of London is one a pair of obelisks from the rieh of Egyptian Pharaoh Tuthmosis III. Its twin is located in New York City.
The movie From Hell, starring Johnny Depp, refers to the bloody history of Cleopatra’s Needle in a conversation between Jack the Ripper and one of his victims.

Grave of Mormon Prophet John Taylor Obelisk

John Taylor was a Mormon prophet and 3rd President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Taylor had 9 wives and 34 children. He is buried at the Salt Lake City Cemetery in Utah.