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Logan Square
Philadelphia

From this spot you can see many Philadelphia landmarks, including City Hall and the Philadelphia Museum of Art at opposite ends of the Parkway, Philadelphia Free Library and Family Court, the Moore School of Art and the Franklin Institute, also several hideous skyscrapers, dominated by the new Comcast Tower.

The gorgeous fountain in Logan Circle (officially it is "Logan Square") is the work of the first Alexander Calder, who many Philadelphians think the most talented sculptor of that name.

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Uploaded: 19/10/2009
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