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Seminary Hall - Saint Edward State Park, Washington State
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Entry wall leading to Dining Hall within the historic Saint Edward Seminary.

Saint Edward Seminary was built in 1931, and functioned as a seminary until it's closure in 1977 due to declined enrollment.  Most of the seminary propery was purchased by Washington State Parks and Saint Edward State Park was dedicated in 1978.

Set on the shores of Lake Washington, the park has over a dozen hiking trails, recreation field, large playground, and historic dining hall which is available for event rental.

Copyright: Washington State Parks Foundation
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Subida: 03/09/2013
Actualizado: 06/09/2013
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