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Swann Memorial Fountain, Logan Square

Swann Memorial Fountain, Logan Square

Centrally located on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Logan Circle was originally known as Northwest Square, one of the original five squares on William Penn's 1682 plan for Philadelphia. The park contains one of the most striking features of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway—Swann Memorial Fountain.

Credit: Photo by J. Fusco for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: Parks & Gardens, Public Art

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