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Gateway Park, Macon, Georgia 2
Georgia, USA
Gateway Park features an interactive fountain funded by BB&T and a life-size bronze statue of legendary musician and songwriter Otis Redding. It is referred to as Gateway Park because of its location along Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, a primary “gateway” to historic downtown Macon.
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Uploaded: 12/06/2012
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