Have you taken a stroll through the Cleveland Cultural Gardens?  Do you know they exist?

They were started in 1916 and are still maintained today.  They inhabit a 50-acre strip in Rockefeller Park, a 254-acre park created in 1896 on land donated to the city by John D. Rockerfeller.  The Gardens span from East to MLK Drives and from University Circle to Lake Erie.  Many of the Gardens were created as a part of the WPA in the 1930s.

The Cultural Gardens include sculptures, iron works, flowering landscapes and other depictions of any particular culture.  They are independently maintained by local cultural groups and collectively form the gardens.

Interested?  Please visit their website: www.culturalgardens.org

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