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By Philip Graitcer:
Walk along Atlanta’s Piedmont Avenue between 12th and 13th streets and look over towards Piedmont Park – you’ll see what might be a campsite for extra-terrestrials – on the top of a hill sit several large geometrical objects: an orange triangle, a blue and white tower, and several brightly colored cubes. But if you more closely, you won’t see any Martians, just kids and their parents.
They’re playing on the Nagouchi Playscapes, one of Atlanta’s most eclectic and famous outdoor sculptures. The Playscapes just reopened after a nearly two decade downhill slide.
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