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National Park Foundation: Georgetown Waterfront Park

11 DuPont Circle NW, Suite 600
Washington, DC 20036
http://www.georgetownwaterfrontpark.org/2009/06/labyrinth/

The Georgetown Waterfront Park is the vital last link that joins the 225 miles of public parkland along the Potomac River from the terminus of the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal, in Cumberland, Maryland, to historic Mt. Vernon, Virginia. The Citizens Association of Georgetown has partnered with the National Park Foundation, National Park Service and TKF in order to support a labyrinth as a significant addition to the space. The labyrinth is a calming place for tourists, residents and visitors of all types to connect with nature, themselves and each other, all amidst the bustle of urban Washington, D.C.

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    We are a private nonprofit that supports, informs, and inspires the creation of publicly accessible urban green spaces. We believe that every city resident needs nearby green space to provide opportunities for mindfulness, respite, and renewal. The Foundation has issued its final grants to build five Open Spaces Sacred Places and research the impacts on a variety of users with the hope that the powerful connection between nature, spirit and human wellbeing will be scientifically proven.

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