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Welcome to the Bham Now Guide to Birmingham statues. This edition features statues honoring people.
Little over a year ago, the city of Birmingham erected in Linn Park, a statue of a small diminutive woman, sitting in a chair with a law book, keeping a watchful eye over the city hall building.
The statue is of Nina Miglionico or as everyone called her “Miss Nina.” Standing at 4’11, Miss Nina was a fearless powerhouse attorney for women’s rights, a public servant and trailblazer.