Here’s What the Boston Marathon Bombing Memorials Will Look Like

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Another view of one of the memorials along Boylston Street
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A bird's eye view of the entire site along Boylston Street
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A bird's eye view of Site A's memorial
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A bird's eye view of Site B's memorial
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A look at Site A memorial's marker
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A look at the marker for Site B's memorial
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Artist Pablo Eduardo has four 18-foot glass light poles encased in a bronze framework that will surround the center markers for each memorial; the light poles will be framed by trees on both sides of each memorial.
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Another look at the 18-foot-tall light poles
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Another look at the 18-foot-tall light poles
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A rendered view from Site B looking back at both memorials in daylight
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A rendered view from Site B looking back at both memorials at night
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A side view of Site A's memorial
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The sidewalk will be changed to include red brick and granite at the memorials
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Another view of one of the memorials along Boylston Street
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