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Kings Square is a place where local people go to sit, talk, walk, and relax. The square is located right in the middle of the city and has been here for centuries. The square was constructed first and the rest of the city was built around it.


The square is the home of many plaques, statues, and monuments that help commensurate some of Saint John's history. It also has a band stand, flowers, fountains and many very old trees.

Across the street is the Imperial Theatre that opened in September 1913.

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