Cleopatra's Needle

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Cleopatra's Needle

(ˌkliːəˈpætrəz; -ˈpɑː-)
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(Antiques) either of two Egyptian obelisks, originally set up at Heliopolis about 1500 bc: one was moved to the Thames Embankment, London, in 1878, the other to Central Park, New York, in 1880
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The ruins of Caesar's Palace, Pompey's Pillar, Cleopatra's Needle, the Catacombs, and ruins of ancient Alexandria will be found worth the visit.
Three Egyptian obelisks known as Cleopatra's Needles can be found in Paris and London, which other city can the third be found?
One of Cleopatra's Needles originally existed on this square, and was later gifted in 1877 by Muhammad Ali Pasha to the U.