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Fountains at the GM Plaza/Detroit RiverWalk
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In 2004, a General Motors' renovation of the Renaissance Center included the construction of an atrium and plaza, which became part of Detroit’s RiverWalk, an extended park-like area.

 For more information, go to:

http://www.detroitriverfront.org/

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Uploaded: 11/10/2010
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Tags: detroit; riverwalk; gm; rencen; renaissance center
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