Union Square Park is where Broadway and the 4th avenue meet. Broadway was originally a trail carved into the bush by Native Americans, and 4th Avenue used to be a railroad. A sculpture of two circles symbolizes the history of the site, and the park's signs were designed based on the aesthetic of it.
       
     
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 Union Square Park is where Broadway and the 4th avenue meet. Broadway was originally a trail carved into the bush by Native Americans, and 4th Avenue used to be a railroad. A sculpture of two circles symbolizes the history of the site, and the park's signs were designed based on the aesthetic of it.
       
     

Union Square Park is where Broadway and the 4th avenue meet. Broadway was originally a trail carved into the bush by Native Americans, and 4th Avenue used to be a railroad. A sculpture of two circles symbolizes the history of the site, and the park's signs were designed based on the aesthetic of it.

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