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Built in 1847 and is one of the first parks in the city. Unfortunately it is currently closed because of renovations.
It sits just below Coit Tower and across the street from Saints peter and Paul Church
Even on a cold, windy and rainy day, this place was a good place to pause my perambulation about the city. It's a charming place and it's close to Little Italy, which has to be one of the most interesting parts of the city. Although...More
Washington Square park offers green space, park benches, restrooms and numerous groups around the park were practicing meditation, yoga (with or without flags), stretching and more. The entire community is welcome to join in and give it a try.
Parts of Washington Square are being renovated and are fenced off, but I was determined to get a good view of the firefighters memorial. I got ok images front and back. We need to remember and honor our first responders. Erected in 1933 by Lillie...More
It's a marvellous amenity for locals and visitors alike. We visited on a Friday afternoon and many were relaxing and taking in the sunshine.
Backed by the wonderful Peter and Paul Church it's not far from Chinatown and Downtown. A group of Chinese were playing...More