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Visit our new Exposure page and read more about public spaces in Bogotá!

This past month PPS project associate Nidhi Gulati was presenting in Bogota, Colombia at the Second International Forum on Public Space. Unexpectedly, this short trip turned into an adventure when maintenance issues at the US Embassy kept her in the City for several extra days. Seizing this opportunity, Nidhi spent her days touring and observing the “Athens of South America’s” public spaces, the result of which is the fourth in a series of Placemaking photoblogs.

Come along on Nidhi’s journey throughout the city’s streets and read her observations over at our new Exposure page. And while you’re there, take a moment to look at the other three excellent photoblogs showcasing our work with Southwest Airlines and our Heart of the Community program, including Burnside Park in Providence, RI, Travis Park in San Antonio, TX, and Campus Martius Park in Detroit, MI. Enjoy!

Being in Bogota: Public Spaces in the “Athens of South America” was last modified: October 28th, 2014 by Project for Public Spaces