Washington Square Park

This is a picture of the arch in Washington Square Park in Greenwich Village from a distance. The arch served as a memorial piece back in the 1800’s for when George Washington was inaugurated as President of The United States. I discovered the park one day on a nice walk to Union Square from SoHo which quickly led to me getting lost. The park is absolutely beautiful with all its lively guests and the serene environment it provides. It is directly by New York University so you get to see the many students coming to the park to socialize, watch street performers or look at the majestic fountain in the park’s center. To me, the arch is an astounding piece for its age and the significant meaning it holds behind it, symbolizing the start of a great line of presidents for our country.

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1 Response to Washington Square Park

  1. A fine photo to use as your project image (I approve).
    Prof. Scanlan

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