Samuel Hahnemann

“The physician’s highest calling, his only calling, is to make sick people healthy.”

In a triangular park on the east side of Scott Circle is one of the least known and most beautiful monuments in Washington. Bounded by Corregidor Street, Massachusetts Avenue, and Rhode Island Avenue, the bronze statue of Hahnemann – the progenitor of homeopathy – faces west toward the monuments to General Winfield Scott and Daniel Webster.

Dedication of the Hahnemann Monument

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