Square Park Franklin

The square in the Central part of Washington. The Park served as the square metro station is a MIS person Park. Its total area is 19 400 square meters. In the Park lots of trees, green grass, benches. In the centre there is a fountain. Statue of Commodore John Barry is in the western part of the Park dedicated 1914.
Address: 950 13th St. NW, Washington D.C.
38.901871204773/-77.030746936798
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  • Shontise, 15-03-2014

    It was great.. We blessed God for allowing us to go out in the community and do his work to bless other's..

  • Shontise, 15-03-2014

    It was great.. we blessed God for this day which he had made for us to be

  • Washington Post, 26-09-2013

    Franklin stands as one of the largest downtown plots to remain open space since mapped by L’Enfant in 1791. Natural springs here once supplied water to the White House. New dev plans are in the works.

  • Christine, 13-09-2013

    Also a much better option for getting up to Columbia Heights vs. Green line any day: quicker, faster, cheaper.

  • Christine, 13-09-2013

    There's always a great lunchtime scene. There's no reason not to picnic every weekday, weather permitting.

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