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Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia PA
Philadelphia

Rittenhouse Square is one of the original parks planned by William Penn.

This tree-filled park is surrounded by high rise residences, luxury apartments,  popular restaurants.  Its green grasses and dozens of benches are popular lunch-time destinations for residents and workers in Philadelphia's Center City neighborhood. The park is a popular dog walking destination.

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