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|City Square, 1870|
City Square is a restful spot that you can easily miss. If you look at the first photo, you'll see that in the past the imposing structure of City Hall was bordered by a park. In the late 70's and 80's, that area was congested with roadways, heavy traffic and often treacherous pedestrian pathways.
|City Square 1952|
|Bird's eye view of City Square park, Zakim Bridge in background.|
|This sculpture is approximately four feet tall.|
|I love the bubbles on the base.|
|Even in the city, the sound of flowing water is calming.|
|Fountain viewed from another angle.|
|A golden crane oversees the park.|
|The bridge to the North End is off to the right.|
|Just behind the trees is the Zakim Bridge.|
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