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The Christian Science Monitor pavilion, just south of the Science Palace and on the west bank of the lagoon, represents the only newspaper to have had its own building at the exhibition.
In the Foyer, a mural illustrates the production and distribution of the Monitor, and you also have the complete collection of the Christian Science Monitor magazine and other Christian Science books, as well as reproductions of letters from Mary Baker Eddy.
Beyond the exhibition hall is a typical Christian Science reading room, as can be found in many cities, and its ideal location, overlooking the lagoon, makes it welcoming and relaxing.
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