Friday, November 22, 2002 at 1:57 PM
You don't have to cross the Atlantic to visit the Old World. Tucked away on the east side of Cleveland is a series of gardens full of fountains, statues, and landscaped plots, all standing as monuments to the ethnic diversity of Cleveland's immigrant population. Today, and throughout the rest of Accents, we'll explore the Cultural Gardens with help from students at Cleveland State University. Brian Pfeiffer is a member of this semester's local history seminar examining the gardens significance. He has this report.
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