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W Abington Ave & Roanoke St, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia PA
Philadelphia

A street intersection near Pastorius Park in Philadelphia PA, a park maintained by the Fairmount Park Commission. Enjoy free concerts in the summer, bring your dog.

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Tags: abington; chestnut hill; roanoke; philadelphia; pastorius park; park; dog park
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