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    239 NW Everett St

    Resembling a community garden you would find in Suzhou, Portland's sister city, Lan Su Chinese Garden is a beautiful green space near the bank of the Willamette River. The garden is complete with ...

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    1020 SW Naito Pky

    Officially named Tom McCall Waterfront Park, but known to Oregonians as just Waterfront Park, this is often the center of activity in Portland. Festivals, parades ...

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    2368 W Burnside St

    This open green space may be the best evidence that Portland has more park space for its residents than any other U.S. city. The park has a number of notable attractions ...

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    715 SW Morrison St

    Built in the 1860s, this courthouse was the first on the West Coast and was Portland's first restoration project. It is still a federal building for the United States ...

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    1945 SE Water Ave

    This museum offers halls dedicated to earth science, life science, computers, chemistry, traveling exhibits and hands-on exhibits, a ...

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    NW 29th Ave

    This is just one of the 50 miles of trails in Forest Park . Home to wildflowers and 100 species of birds, it begins at the end of Northwest ...

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    Southwest 3rd Avenue & Clay Street

    Flowing brooks and waterfalls make this fountain a downtown nature excursion. Designed by Michael Lawrence Halprin, the fountain was named for the man who ...

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    400 SW Kingston Ave

    Portland is called the "Rose City" for a reason. These public gardens, established in 1917 and set above the cityscape of downtown Portland, are the ...

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    SE 60th Ave & SE Salmon St

    This 200-acre city park features an extinct volcano, one of the only two urban volcanoes in North America. (The other is in Bend, Oregon.) Climb to the top for one of the best views ...

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    NorthEast 85th Avenue and Sandy Boulevard

    For more than 75 years, this landmark has held a special place in the hearts of the locals. The 62-acre site is a Catholic sanctuary that features a beautifully ...