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Mouse-sized stores sprout in Boston

Where in Boston is this mouse-sized store?

Anonymouse, a Swedish artists' group that specializes in creating mouse-sized buildings and then hiding them in Swedish cities, has brought its work to Boston and erected some tiny structures here.

So, we've made it across the pond, and where else to lay anchor than in the promised land of Moussachusetts. Where exactly? Well thats for us to know and you to find out! Let the games begin!

Compare to the former Lego town on Congress Street.

Via Nancy Baym.

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Can they build a train station that is clean and safe?

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This:

Can they build a train station that is clean and safe?

is a good question.

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Yes. Squeaky clean.

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Adorable Squard

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first, last and a month's security.

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Justr what we needed to get back on track to becoming world class.

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Just like my lego install in 2015.
Drunk inebriated people love smashing nice things.
I love it and want to do similar miniature street art stuff.
http://nateswain.com/

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Edit: Thank you so much for removing it <3

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There are dark rumors that this "artist's collective" is actually controlled by a cabal of cats; at the very least, several of its members keep cats, and, as we all know, cats are adept at mind control. What better way to lull the normaly-cautious mousery out of hiding?

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Our two year old was all about it.

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If I was a tiny Mooninite that's exactly the kind of place where I would hide from the authorities.

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I was stuck on the T for hours during the Great Mooninite Panic of 07!!

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what is this, a center for ants ?

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Can I buy a copy of Maus there?

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Both The Street in Chestnut Hill and Lynnfield's Marketplace are WS Development properties. Might want to check out their Seaport properties to find one in Boston.

https://www.wsdevelopment.com/our-properties/

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It's in the courtyard of EchelonSeaport outside the Vince store. WS owns all of the retail at Echelon.

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I wish Boston had more bookstores with historic facades.

That, and small grocery stores are what we really lack.

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Don't tell Disney.

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Disney did not make that film.

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