Philadelphia’s LOVE statue made its triumphant return home to LOVE Park on Tuesday, just in time for the Valentine’s Day selfies. The iconic 1976 Robert Indiana sculpture traveled from the Art Museum back to JFK Plaza/LOVE Park, dubbed ‘Philly’s 2nd Most Exciting Parade’ by the Office of Arts, Culture, and the Creative Economy. The statue, which hadn’t budged from its pedestal in the park since 1998, is now restored to its original red, green, and purple. The makeover cost $55,000, according to The New York Times.
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