PHILADELPHIA: "LOVE" is back in Philadelphia, just in time for Valentine's Day.
The famous 1976 Robert Indiana sculpture returned to its namesake park Tuesday after making a number of stops in a parade around Philadelphia before the reinstallation.
School children cheered and those gathered spontaneously sang the fight song for the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles as a forklift placed the sculpture atop a pedestal.
In this Feb. 23, 2016, file photo, workers temporarily relocate artist Robert Indiana's LOVE sculpture before the start of renovations to its traditional location in John F. Kennedy Plaza, also known as Love Park, to a temporary spot across the street in Dilworth Park west of City Hall in Philadelphia. (Clem Murray/The Philadelphia Inquirer via AP)
The sculpture was temporarily installed at nearby City Hall in 2016 while Love Park was going through a renovation.
It was taken out of view a year ago for repairs ahead of the park's reopening.
In this March 27, 2015, file photo, a young man climbs on artist Robert Indiana's LOVE sculpture in John F. Kennedy Plaza, also known as Love Park, in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)
The perennial tourist attraction looks a bit different. It's been repainted to the original colors of red, green and purple that the artist originally used. At some point over the decades, the purple had been repainted blue.
An-Nahar is not responsible for the comments that users post below. We kindly ask you to keep this space a clean and respectful forum for discussion.