One of the City of Brotherly Love’s best-known landmarks is the Love sculpture by artist Robert Indiana. The icon resides in JFK Plaza—more commonly known as Love Park—near City Hall and at the base of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Built in the 1960s, this mixed-use urban space welcomes businesspeople on their lunch breaks and visitors who want to capture a signature Philly picture.
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