Two of Philadelphia’s biggest murals, which have been a highlight of the city’s annual Art Basel festival, have been torn down for now.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art’s The Wall of the City, a massive bronze sculpture of a wall, has been moved to a location in a suburban neighborhood in the suburbs of the Philadelphia area.
It was the first piece of murals to be torn down in the city since the early 1990s.
The mural is a popular tourist attraction, drawing about 2,000 visitors each year.
The city of Philadelphia has taken down the wall of the street.
The Wall of The City, in the heart of the neighborhood of the arts district of the north Philly suburb of Warminster, has served as a backdrop for several other art works.
In addition to the wall, the Philadelphia Museum is also home to the world famous American Renaissance Museum, which is located near the museum.