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New Echo Park Lake is still home to old landmarks

02afe4c1a6 fountain New Echo Park Lake is still home to old landmarks  photoFountains being tested at Echo Park Lake.

 New Echo Park Lake is still home to old landmarks  photoWith Echo Park Lake scheduled to reopen next month after being closed for nearly two years, some familiar sights and landmarks have emerged beyond the green construction fencing that circles the park. Today, for example, the fountains in the middle of the lake once again soared into the sky.  The Lady of the Lake Statue, surrounded by new benches still wrapped in plastic,  stands once again in its original position on a peninsula that juts into the north end of the lake. A short stroll away, the  lake’s bridge is once again reflected in the water below.  Can’t wait until it reopens.

 New Echo Park Lake is still home to old landmarks  photo

 New Echo Park Lake is still home to old landmarks  photo

 New Echo Park Lake is still home to old landmarks  photo  New Echo Park Lake is still home to old landmarks  photo  New Echo Park Lake is still home to old landmarks  photo  New Echo Park Lake is still home to old landmarks  photo  New Echo Park Lake is still home to old landmarks  photo

 New Echo Park Lake is still home to old landmarks  photo

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