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Here’s a map of Philly’s 1500+ public art pieces

Philadelphia has the most public art of any U.S. city, according to a survey by the Smithsonian. Check out Curbed's incomplete map of local public art

Fingerspan on the Wissahickon Creek Trail is one of Philly's many public art pieces. Photo by Wayne Cozzolino, courtesy Association for Public Art.
Updated 1/12/2104, 5:54 p.m.:  A previous version of this article incorrectly characterized Philly's public art compared to other U.S. cities.

Philadelphia has more than 1,500 public art pieces, not including murals, according to the Association for Public Art. Check out Curbed’s incomplete map of local public art here, and also check out the Association for Public Art’s map here.

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