United States Harbor Steps and Hammering Man

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T. Kirkendall and V. Spring

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Hammering Man is a 48-foot tall kinetic sculpture that was designed to celebrate the worker. The sculpture swings his hammer 4 times a minute for 20 hours everyday, except Labor Day when he takes a holiday. The Hammering Man is considered to be public art and is located on the street corner. The second part of this Spot is the Harbor Steps Park located across the street. The park is comprised of a series of steps interspersed by terraces and decorated with 4 waterfalls and one plaza area. The steps lead from 1st Ave down to Western Ave for easy pedestrian access to the waterfront.

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