Rotaynah

Rotaynah

Peter Wolf Toth was born in communist Hungary. His family left in 1956, eventually coming to Akron, Ohio after being in refugee camps.

His first Indian monument 5 ½’ high and carved in the stone at the base of a cliff on the California coast at La Jolla, and completed in February of 1972. The ocean has reclaimed it.

He came back to Akron and completed one at Sand Run Park. That, and all, subsequent ones have been in wood. Currently, these number 73 in North America, and one in the homeland.

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Location: Sand Run Park

Medium type: Wood

Location

1300 Sand Run Road, Akron, OH, 44313

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