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Church Triangle

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Church Triangle looked very much in 1925 as it does today: a grassy triangle enclosed by a wrought iron fence, renovated in 1996 through mayoral funds of $16,540, with a tree, a flag, and a monument to the men of Unionport who died in World War I.

A very small triangle/plaza at Castlehill Ave., Watson Ave., Cross Bronx Exwy. Svc. Rd. S. in the Bronx

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Founded July 17, 1919 — 100 years ago

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