This lovely park with lots of trees, grass and benches is part of the Philadelphia National Historical Park. It features the tomb of an unknown revolutionary soldier, which includes a bronze statue of Washington, a fountain, and a clonal tree sprouting from seeds that extend to the moon and the moon. The park provides a popular peaceful and quiet haven from the busy ruins of other national historical parks.
Washington Square Park is quite a well-known park in Philadelphia. It’s a good place to go with children. The spots we want to go to are different. In the end, we chose the nearest one on Ctrip.com. In fact, What a nice place.
In fact, it’s not that big, just a little bit, hidden in the intersection of various XX Street and XX Street, but the streets in the United States are like this. As long as you dare to walk and have the energy to explore, those who seem to have no surprises Yes, it seems to be the end of the road, and you will experience the excitement and excitement of "a new village in the dark."
There is a small open area between the high-rise buildings in the city center. The trees here have fallen out of leaves in winter, and there is no large lawn. On the contrary, it makes the statue of Mr. Washington and the tomb of the unknown soldier in the middle. group.
Washington Square Park is beautiful. The entire park is surrounded by ancient and huge buildings, all of which are landmarks. It is an important tourist attraction.
Washington Square is a very neat good size square just before the Independence Hall and is sort of an entrance to historic Waterfront District. Just the look, it is just like a nice park in the heart...
A lovely park in one of the original squares laid out by William Penn in his"greene country towne." There is a volunteer group that maintains the plantings, and this year they have been wonderful. ...
Enjoy the historic, relaxing mileu of Philly Old Town along the buildings where US history happened and started in the 18th century. A littke bit dirty and shabby despite the great imp. of the place.
This park is about 1 city block square and is beautiful; an oasis in the heart of the city. The park is about a block from Independence Hall and houses the Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary Soldier.
Take the time to visit the parks in Philly. A short distance from Independence Hall. The is covered by trees and a great area to spend your time. Beautiful, very picturesque, If early mo...