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Miesville Ravine Park Reserve

Miesville Ravine Park Reserve is a Dakota County park near the town of Miesville, Minnesota, United States. It preserves over 1.600 acres of biologically diverse land in the Cannon River valley. Most of the park is wooded with mature oak, maple, ...

Olcott Park

Olcott Park was named after William J. Olcott, an officer of the Oliver Iron Mining Company. In 1905 the company first leased the land to the city for $1 a year if the city would pay taxes on it. The city purchased the land in 1939 for $9.015.

Theodore Wirth Park

Theodore Wirth Park is the largest park managed by the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board. The park land is shared by Minneapolis and the neighboring suburb of Golden Valley. The park includes two golf courses, Wirth Lake, Birch Pond, and othe ...

Architecture of Fremantle Prison

The architecture of Fremantle Prison includes the six-hectare site of the former prison on The Terrace, Fremantle, in Western Australia. Limestone was quarried on-site during construction, and the south-western corner and eastern portion of the s ...

History of Fremantle Prison

The history of Fremantle Prison, a former Australian prison in Fremantle, Western Australia, extends from its construction as a prison for convicts, using convict labour, in the 1850s, through to its modern-day usage as a tourist attraction. The ...

Staff and prisoners of Fremantle Prison

Staff and prisoners of Fremantle Prison occupied the former prison on The Terrace, Fremantle, in Western Australia, between 1855 and 1991. Fremantle Prison was administered by a comptroller general, sheriff, or director, responsible for the entir ...

Abbot Kinney Boulevard

Abbot Kinney is a mile long stretch of popular shops, restaurants, and galleries located in the Southern Part of Venice, California. It stretches from Venice Boulevard to Pacific Avenue and is home to one-of-kind local goods as well as internatio ...

Alemany Boulevard

Alemany Boulevard is a northeast–southwest street in San Francisco, California, United States. The boulevard was named for Archbishop Joseph Sadoc Alemany. Alemany, who in 1840 completed his studies in sacred theology in Rome at the College of St ...

Alondra Boulevard

Alondra Boulevard begins at Vermont Avenue in the city of Los Angeles. It passes major streets like Long Beach Boulevard, Avalon Boulevard, Alameda Street, Atlantic Boulevard, Lakewood Boulevard and Valley View Avenue. The street enters Orange Co ...

Artesia Boulevard

Artesia Boulevard begins at the intersection with Pacific Coast Highway. West of this point, Artesia Boulevard becomes Gould Avenue and later 27th Street. The South Bay Galleria is located at the intersection with Hawthorne Boulevard. The western ...

Avalon Boulevard

Avalon Boulevard is formed after San Pedro Street intersects with Jefferson Boulevard east of Exposition Park. It passes through Southern Los Angeles County through cities and communities like Carson, Willowbrook, and Wilmington, with its total l ...

Aviation Boulevard

It runs for 7.1 miles 11.4 km, starting near Westchester, and through the beach cities of El Segundo, Manhattan Beach and Hermosa Beach, where its southern terminus is at Pacific Coast Highway. It lies adjacent to Los Angeles International Airpor ...

Balboa Boulevard

Balboa Boulevard is a major north–south street in the city of Los Angeles, and it cuts through many communities and is one of the main thoroughfares in the San Fernando Valley. The southern end of Balboa Boulevard starts at Ventura Boulevard in t ...

Century Boulevard

Century Boulevard is a street in South Los Angeles, extending from Alameda Street in the east to the passenger terminals at Los Angeles International Airport in the west.

Columbus Boulevard (Philadelphia)

Columbus Boulevard is a major north-south thoroughfare in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is famous for being the location of the Penns Landing area and is generally parallel with Interstate 95 south of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge. The road exten ...

Crenshaw Boulevard

Crenshaw Boulevard is a principal north-south thoroughfare in Los Angeles, California that runs through Crenshaw and other neighborhoods along a 23-mile route in the west-central part of the city. The street starts at Wilshire Boulevard in Mid-Wi ...

Garfield Boulevard

Garfield Boulevard is an east-west street on the south side of Chicago and its immediate western suburbs. Its western segment, entirely known as 55th Street, runs east from Maple Avenue in Downers Grove until it becomes Joliet Road in Countryside ...

Glendale Boulevard

Glendale Boulevard is a north–south street in Los Angeles. It starts off as Lucas Avenue at 7th Street west of Downtown Los Angeles, California. The name changes at Beverly Boulevard in Echo Park, north of the Hollywood Freeway Route 101 at Belle ...

Glenoaks Boulevard

Glenoaks Boulevard is a major thoroughfare in Los Angeles County, which stretches some 22.4 miles as a north-south thoroughfare in Sylmar at its intersection with Foothill Boulevard to a west-east thoroughfare in Glendale before ending in the Sch ...

Grand Boulevard (Kansas City, Missouri)

Grand Boulevard or Grand Avenue is a north/south street in Kansas City, Missouri. Grand runs along the 200 east block in the Kansas City street grid system. In the Downtown and Crown Center areas of Kansas City it is an arterial route, continuing ...

Harbor Boulevard

Harbor Boulevard is a north–south road corridor in the counties of Los Angeles and Orange. One of the busiest routes in Orange County, the thoroughfare passes through some of the most densely populated areas in the region and carries about 8 perc ...

Jefferson Boulevard

Jefferson Boulevard is a street in Los Angeles and Culver City, California. Its eastern terminus is at Central Avenue east of Exposition Park. At its entrance to Culver City, it splits with National Boulevard. North of Sawtelle Boulevard, it merg ...

Jones Boulevard

State Route 596 comprises a 4.088-mile portion of Jones Boulevard, a section line arterial that runs north and south through the Las Vegas Valley.

Junipero Serra Boulevard

Junipero Serra Boulevard is a major boulevard in and south of San Francisco named after Franciscan friar Junipero Serra. Within the city, it forms part of the route of State Route 1, the shortest connection between Interstate 280 and the Golden G ...

Lincoln Boulevard (Southern California)

Lincoln Boulevard is a major northwest/southeast boulevard near Santa Monica Bay in Los Angeles County in California. Over 8 miles in length, it connects Los Angeles International Airport with Santa Monica. A portion of Lincoln Boulevard is signe ...

Linwood Boulevard (Kansas City, Missouri)

Linwood Boulevard, Linwood, or 33rd Street is a major west/east main street that runs in Kansas City, Missouri from Broadway Boulevard to Van Brunt Boulevard. Linwood is one of the few named east-west streets in the Kansas City grid south of the ...

Long Beach Boulevard (California)

Long Beach Boulevard starts off as a continuation of Pacific Boulevard south of Cudahy Street in Walnut Park. Long Beach Boulevard passes through South Gate, Lynwood, Compton and Long Beach. It ends at Ocean Boulevard in Long Beach. The City of L ...

Manhattan Beach Boulevard

Manhattan Beach Boulevard is a major east-west thoroughfare in western Los Angeles County. It begins at a T-intersection with Van Ness Avenue in Gardena and terminates at the Manhattan Beach pier, feet from the Pacific Ocean. It passes under Inte ...

Octavia Boulevard

Octavia Boulevard is a major street in San Francisco, California that replaced the Hayes Valley portion of the damaged two-level Central Freeway. Once a portion of Octavia Street alongside shadowy, fenced-off land beneath the elevated U.S. Route ...

Orange Grove Boulevard (Pasadena)

Orange Grove Boulevard is a main thoroughfare in Pasadena and South Pasadena, California. Each New Years Day, the Rose Parade participants and floats line up before dawn on Orange Grove Boulevard, facing north, for the beginning of the parade. So ...

Pico Boulevard

Pico Boulevard is a major Los Angeles street that runs from the Pacific Ocean at Appian Way in Santa Monica to Central Avenue in Downtown Los Angeles, California, USA. It is named after Pio Pico, the last Mexican governor of Alta California.

Queen Anne Boulevard

Queen Anne Boulevard is a 6.0-kilometre loop atop Seattle, Washingtons Queen Anne Hill. It is a City of Seattle landmark. Authorized in 1907 and built from 1911 to 1916, it incorporates parts of 5th, 7th, 8th and 10th Avenues West; Bigelow Avenue ...

Reseda Boulevard

Reseda Boulevard, originally named Reseda Avenue until May 1929, is a major north-south arterial road that runs through the western San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles County, California. Reseda Boulevard runs approximately 12 miles 19 km from the ...

Robertson Boulevard (Los Angeles)

Robertson Boulevard is a street in Los Angeles, in the U.S. state of California, that also passes through the incorporated cities of West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, and Culver City.

San Vicente Boulevard

San Vicente Boulevard is a major northwest-southeast thoroughfare located in the western portion of the metropolitan area of Los Angeles, CA. Built in the early 20th century and named for the Rancho San Vicente y Santa Monica that had previously ...

San Vicente Boulevard (Santa Monica)

San Vicente is the northernmost primary thoroughfare in Santa Monica. San Vicente begins at Ocean Avenue in northern Santa Monica and heads east. Continuing through Santa Monica, the route begins to curve south. San Vicente enters the city of Los ...

Southwest Boulevard (Kansas City)

On the north end Southwest Boulevard starts as 19th Street at Baltimore Avenue in Kansas City, MO, and travels southwest crossing the state line into Kansas City, KS at 31st Street and continues until crossing 39th Avenue at which point it contin ...

Sunland Boulevard

Sunland Boulevard splits off of Foothill Boulevard in the Sunland area of the Crescenta Valley. It runs for about 5 miles 8 kilometers before changing to Vineland Avenue directly south of San Fernando Road in Sun Valley. It also crosses intersect ...

Van Nuys Boulevard

Van Nuys Boulevard is a major north-south arterial road that runs through the central San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles County, California. The boulevard was notable for its cruising lifestyle that was prevalent in the 1960s and 1970s, which was ...

Venice Boulevard

Venice Boulevard is a major east–west thoroughfare in Los Angeles, running from the ocean in the Venice district, past the I-10 intersection, into downtown Los Angeles. It was originally known as West 16th Street under the Los Angeles numbered st ...

Victory Boulevard (Los Angeles)

Victory Boulevard is a major east-west arterial road that runs 25 miles traversing the entire length of the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles County, Southern California, United States.

Washington Boulevard (Arlington)

Washington Boulevard is a major arterial road in Arlington County, Virginia and Washington, DC. The western portion is designated State Route 237, the eastern portion is State Route 27 and the center is an arterial road with no designation. A sho ...

Westwood Boulevard

Westwood Boulevard begins south of Sunset Boulevard in the campus of UCLA as Westwood Plaza. After exiting UCLA, it is one of two major thoroughfares in the Village. Its intersection with Wilshire Boulevard is one of the busiest in Los Angeles, w ...

Whittier Boulevard

Whittier Boulevard known as Stephenson Avenue is an arterial street that runs from the Los Angeles River to Brea, California. The street is one of the main thoroughfares in both Whittier and East Los Angeles. At various times, portions of Whittie ...

Wilshire Boulevard

Wilshire Boulevard is one of the principal east-west arterial roads in the Los Angeles area of Southern California, extending 15.83 miles from Ocean Avenue in the city of Santa Monica east to Grand Avenue in the Financial District of downtown Los ...

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