The Question: The giant marble lions Patience and Fortitude are found at what library?
Danish Royal Library
New York Public Library
Library of Congress
Since the main beaux-arts building of the New York Public Library was dedicated in 1911, it has been guarded by two giant marble lions named Patience and Fortitude. Deemed “New York’s most lovable public sculpture” by one architecture critic, the stony beasts were originally called Leo Astor and Leo Lenox after the library’s founders, John Jacob Astor and James Lenox. Then, in the 1930s, Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia rechristened them Patience and Fortitude to give New Yorkers hope during the Great Depression.
The correct answer is New York Public Library.