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Palm Springs, California is buzzing with enthusiasm as it braces for a renaissance triggered by the 100 million dollar revitalization of downtown Palm Springs currently underway. And the world is buzzing about "Forever Marilyn," the 26 ft. tall sculpture of Marilyn Monroe by American artist and Johnson & Johnson heir Seward Johnson. The sculpture is inspired by the famous photograph by Bernard of Hollywood from the film The Seven Year Itch. She is located at what many call the corner of “Main and Main,” Palm Canyon & Tahquitz Canyon Way in the heart of downtown Palm Springs - just a five minute walk for the Casa Cody Bed & Breakfast Inn, the oldest operating hotel in Palm Springs; designated as a Class I Historic Site, and founded in the 1920's by the beautiful Hollywood pioneer, Harriet Cody, cousin to the legendary Buffalo Bill; nestled against the spectacular San Jacinto mountains in the heart of Palm Springs Village.
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