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Indianapolis’ Old Northside neighborhood dates back to the mid-19th century and contains the homes of many of Indianapolis’ historic leading citizens. This two-part sculpture marks its southern boundary at the intersection of Central Avenue and 12th St. Two carved pillars are placed across Central Avenue, each with bronze tracery at the top that, when seen together, form a broken archway. The names of well-known former residents are cast in bronze cursive writing and are attached near the
1198 N Central Ave, Indianapolis, IN, 46202
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