Boston unveiled a touching tribute to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings Saturday.
The city revealed a "Boston Strong" sign across from the Kenmore Square T stop.
Marathon runners will be able to get a glimpse of the inspirational sign during the final mile on Marathon Monday.
Governor Charlie Baker was on hand for the unfurling, and he said it is a reminder of how united the city has become after the bombings.
Baker also said the sign should give runners the extra push they need to finish the race.
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