Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Chicago Women's Park and Gardens [Botanical Gardens Fountain]

Botanical Gardens Fountain
By Robinson Iron
It has a shallow copper-coated cast iron urn that gently drips water into lower basin.
Robinson Iron also created:
- Children's Fountain in Linclon Park
- Gurgoyle Founatin in Wicker Park
- Chicago Botanical Garden in Marino Park

Location: Chicago Women's Park and Gardens..
Address: 1800 West Prairie Avenue ..
Opened: 2000
The park was designed by Chicago landscape architect Mimi McKay and architect Tannys Langdon, this 4-acre park park was created to pay tribute to important women in the history of Chicago. The beautiful building in the background is the Clarks House, considered the oldest surviving domestic structure in Chicago..

For more on..
# Chicago Women's Park and Gardens.. click here..
# Clarke House.. click here..
# The Prairie Avenue Historic District .. click here...

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