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Noras Woods

Noras forest undeveloped city Park and native plant garden at the Madrona neighborhood of Seattle, Washington. In the 0.35-ACRE size of the house is a wooded area called for Seattleite Nora woods, who bought the land in 1987, which was given to t ...

                                               

North Passage Point Park

North travel Park 0.8 acre Park located in the Northlake district of Seattle, Washington, right under the ship bridge over the canal on the North side of lake Union / Portage Bay shoreline. He was ordained in 1977. South passage point Park is dir ...

                                               

Northacres Park (Seattle)

Northacres Park is a 20.7 acre public Park located in the neighborhood of the University district of Seattle, Washington, at the intersection of interstate 5 and St 130th n e. It includes a large forest area with nature trails, a picnic area, bas ...

                                               

Oxbow Park (Seattle)

Oxbow Park is a public Park in Georgetown near Seattle, Washington. Here is the landmark, the hat N boots roadside attraction, which was relocated to the Park.

                                               

Parsons Gardens Park

Gardens Parsons is 0.4 ha urban Park in the Queen Anne neighborhood in Seattle, Washington. It was called Fodors "a Prim urban oasis", and other "secret garden for tourists." The Park sits at one end of West highland drive, across from the Betty ...

                                               

Picardo Farm

Picardo farm in a 98.000 square feet. land for sale in Wedgwood, Seattle, Washington, consisting mainly of 281 plots used for gardening allotments. This is the original P-patch: the "P" originally stood for "Picardo", after the family that owned ...

                                               

Puget Park

The Puget Park is part of the West duct, which leads Greenbelt East of West Seattle. Overall covered forest on the Eastern slope of West Seattle. In 1912 the Park was donated to the city of Puget cereal company. The parks Board Seattle place to p ...

                                               

Roanoke Park (Seattle)

Roanoke Park is a 2.2-acre Park between North Capitol hill neighborhood of Portage Bay in Seattle, Washington. It occupies the block bounded by E. Edgar and Roanoke streets on the North and South and 10th Avenue and Broadway E. on the East and th ...

                                               

Schmitz Park (Seattle)

Schmitz Park, also known as Schmitz preserve Park, is a 53.1-Park area about 15 blocks East of Alki point in West Seattle, Washington. It features Schmitz Park Creek and one of the last stands of old-growth forest in the city. The Ferdinand and E ...

                                               

South Passage Point Park

South passage point Park is a 0.9-acre Park located in the Eastlake area of Seattle, Washington, USA directly under the ship bridge over the canal on the South shore of lake Union / Portage Bay shoreline. He was ordained in 1977. Northern pass an ...

                                               

Terry Pettus Park

Pettus Park Terry 0.9-acre Park located in Seattle, Washington, on the Eastern shore of lake Union at Fairview Avenue and Newton street. It includes access to the waterfront and circulation. The Park is named after Terry Pettus, an activist who p ...

                                               

Tilikum Place

On the site once marked the junction of the land claims of Arthur Denny, William Nathaniel bell and Carson Boren. The triangular square is at the intersection of 5th Avenue, cedar street and Denny way. Tilikum place has a few tables and benches f ...

                                               

Union Bay Natural Area

The natural area Union Bay in Seattle, Washington, also known as Union Bay Marsh, is the restored remainder of the filled former Union Bay and Union March. It is located in the Eastern part of main campus, South of 45 th street and West of Laurel ...

                                               

Viretta Park

Viretta Park is a 1.8-acre Park in the Denny-blaine neighborhood of Seattle, Washington, located at the foot of E. John Street at 39th Avenue and extend to lake Washington Boulevard E. It was named by Charles L. Denny after his wife, Viretta cham ...

                                               

Volunteer Park (Seattle)

Volunteer Park was acquired in the city of Seattle for $2.000 in 1876 from J. M. Colman. When a cemetery in Seattle was Denny Park, in 1884, the bodies buried there were moved to Washelli cemetery, on the site of the future Park. It soon became a ...

                                               

Volunteer Park Conservatory

The volunteer Conservatory in the Park is the Botanical garden, the Winter garden, landmark, and Seattle, located in Seattle, Washington in the Northern part of Volunteer Park on Capitol hill. Consists of 3.426 panes fit into a wood and iron fram ...

                                               

Washington Park Arboretum

Washington Park is a public Park in Seattle, Washington, USA, most of whom work in the Washington Park arboretum, a joint project of the University of Washington, Seattle parks and recreation, and the nonprofit Arboretum Foundation. Washington Pa ...

                                               

West Montlake Park

Park West Montlake Park Montlake district of Seattle, Washington. The Park is bordered to the North by the Montlake cut, West of Portage Bay, just South of Seattle yacht club Marina, and on the East by West Park drive E. It is connected with the ...

                                               

Woodland Park (Seattle)

Woodland Park is a 90.9 acre public Park in Seattles phinney ridge and Green lake neighborhoods that originated as the estate of guy C. phinney, Lumber mill owner and real estate developer. Phinney died in 1893, and in 1902 the firm of Olmsted br ...

                                               

Parks in Greater St. Louis

Parks in greater St. Louis are administered by various state, County and municipal authorities. This region is also home to the gateway arch national Park, the site of the arch, the only national memorial in the state of Missouri. Among the large ...

                                               

Cliff Cave County Park

County cave rocks Park-525 acres public Park located in St. Louis, Missouri. The Park is managed by St. Louis County parks. It is named after caves, cliffs, natural caves located in the Park, which is a historical and archaeological site. The Par ...

                                               

Tilles Park

Tils Park is a city Park owned and operated by the County of St. Louis, Missouri, in the Western suburbs of St. Louis to Lady. Parks are full of original name-Memorial Park Tils Rosalie, in honor of the mother of the founder of the Park of cap Ti ...

                                               

Fletchers Cove

Fletcher Cove is a Park and recreation area is owned and operated by the national Park Service, located at 4940 canal road, Washington DC 20007, between chain and key bridges, part of the Chesapeake and Ohio canal national historical Park. Fletch ...

                                               

Spirit of Justice Park

The spirit of justice Park is a Park in Washington, D.C., in the United States. Borders street on the North, D Street to the South West, Delaware Avenue to the East and new Jersey Avenue South West, the Park is located to the South of the United ...

                                               

The Yards (Washington, D.C)

The yards is a 42 hectares on the waterfront of the Anacostia river in the Washington, D.C. area in downtown, on the waterfront improving the business and initially the application of the Washington Navy yard. In 2004, the U.S. General administra ...

                                               

Elm Park (Worcester, Massachusetts)

Elm Park is a historic Park in Worcester, Massachusetts. The land the Park is on was purchased in 1854, making it one of the first public purchases of land specifically designed for use as a city Park in the United States, after the Bushnell Park ...

                                               

Green Hill Park

Green hill Park is a large public Park in Worcester, Massachusetts. The citys largest Park covers over 480 acres. It is home to the Massachusetts veterans memorial the Vietnam war, which honors veterans of the Vietnam war from Massachusetts. The ...

                                               

Quinsigamond State Park

State Park quinsigamond is a public recreation area that includes two days use along the Western shore of lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Massachusetts. Region point regatta on North lake Avenue from the University of Massachusetts Medical school ...

                                               

Catedral Nuestra Señora de la Candelaria (Mayaguez, Puerto Rico)

The Catedral Nuestra Señora de La Candelaria or in English, our lady of Candelaria Cathedral, is the Cathedral of the Roman Catholic diocese of Mayaguez is located in the Eastern part of the main square of Columbus in front of city hall in the ci ...

                                               

Cumberland Bone Cave

The Cumberland bone cave fossil-filled cave on the Western slope of wills mountain on the outskirts of Cumberland, Maryland near Corriganville in Allegany County, Maryland.

                                               

Evitts Creek (North Branch Potomac River tributary)

Evitts Creek is a tributary stream of the North branch of the Potomac river in the U.S. States of Pennsylvania and Maryland. The confluence of Evitts Creek and the North branch of the Potomac river is 2 miles East of Cumberland, Maryland. Evitts ...

                                               

Fort Ashby, West Virginia

Fort Ashby is a census-designated place in Mineral County, West Virginia, USA, along Patterson Creek. It is part of the Cumberland, MD-VA Metropolitan statistical area. The population was 1.380 for the 2010 census. The community was originally ch ...

                                               

Mount Savage Castle

The mountains, the wild castle, which is located in mount savage, MD was built in 1840 as a normal stone building, the Union mining company. Prior to the beginning of the 20th century, the house was purchased by Andre Ramsey, an immigrant from Sc ...

                                               

Wills Creek (North Branch Potomac River tributary)

Wills Creek is a 38.6-km-long tributary of the North branch Potomac river in Pennsylvania and Maryland in the United States. Wills Creek falls Allegheny mountains in the South-East of Somerset, Pennsylvania, and enters the North branch Potomac ri ...

                                               

Buildings and structures in Cumberland, Maryland

                                               

C Street Center

Street in the center of a three-story brick townhouse in Washington, D.C. operated by the fellowship. This former monastery near the Church. Peter. It is located at the address: 133 s, SE, behind the Madison Annex of the Library of Congress and a ...

                                               

Church of the Saviour (Washington, D.C)

Church of the Saviour in Washington, DC is a network of nine independent, Ecumenical Christian faith communities and over 40 ministries that have grown out of the original Church community of Christ the Saviour founded in the mid-1940-ies. The cu ...

                                               

Baptist churches in Washington, D.C.

                                               

Churches in Georgetown (Washington, D.C)

                                               

Evangelical churches in Washington, D.C.

                                               

Methodist churches in Washington, D.C.

                                               

Pentecostal churches in Washington, D.C.

                                               

Quaker meeting houses in Washington, D.C.

                                               

Trilogy Tower

Trilogy tower was a commercial development proposed in Brisbane, Australia located at 480 Queen street. Trilogy tower was expected to be Brisbanes second tallest building after vision Brisbane. The tower was to include a 30.000 m2 of commercial s ...

                                               

Vision Brisbane

Vision Brisbane was a planned 283-metre skyscraper in Brisbane, Australia. The design was 72 floors, and would be Brisbanes height of Queensland the second highest, and Australian third-tallest building after completion of construction. The desig ...

                                               

Fortunate Son (TV series)

Fortunate son is a canadian spy drama television series, which premiered January 8, 2020 on CBC television. The series is based on the experience of Mary Cox, mother, Co-Executive producer Tom Cox, who helped us draft Dodgers to cross the border ...

                                               

Ivory-colored cymbidium

Cymbidium eburneum, ivory and the color of Cymbidium is a kind of Orchid. "Cymbidium eburneum, Lindley. - Amazingly beautiful evergreen species, one of the best kind. This is a very compact growth, forming delicate tufts of two-rowed, linear-lora ...

                                               

Protected areas of Norfolk County, Ontario

                                               

Honeysuckle family

In the Caprifoliaceae or honeysuckle family is a kind of dicotyledonous flowering plants consisting of about 860 species in 42 genera, with a nearly cosmopolitan distribution. Centres of diversity are found in Eastern North America and Eastern As ...

                                               

Where the Heart Is (1998 film)

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