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Rittenhouse Square (2005)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 29 July 2005 (USA)

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Caeli Veronica Smith Caeli Veronica Smith ... Herself
Zach DePue Zach DePue ... Himself
Ranaan Meyer Ranaan Meyer ... Himself
Robert Downey Sr. ... Interviewer
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English

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29 July 2005 (USA) See more »

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

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A Year in the Life of An Amazing Park!
18 August 2008 | by SylviastelSee all my reviews

Rittenhouse Square is more than just a park to Philadelphia. In it's creation, it was initial purpose was for residents and visitors to the city to enjoy the trees. A century ago, the neighborhood was surrounded by lavish townhouses and the wealthiest of Americans like John Wanamakerlived nearby. The park was used as it is today for people to relax and enjoy a life a little more. Rittenhouse Square is a lot smaller than New York's Central Park or Philly's Fairmount Park but it is still one of the city's finest parks for couples to meet and fall in love, to hear music, to dance at the annual ball, to meet friends, to have lunch, to paint, etc. Rittenhouse Square reminds you of the parks in London neighborhoods if you been there. Maybe that's why it's so special. Size doesn't always matter in park size and Rittenhouse Square has survived and thrived and changed it's image from prams and nannies to alternative lifestyles, seniors, adults, college students, residents, visitors, and they enjoy the scene of nature in the city surroundings. The park is just as enjoyable in winter as it is in spring, summer, and fall. This documentary is a tribute to the legacy of Rittenhouse Square.


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