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Ira Keller Fountain Park
Portland
A breath taking retreat within the city, Ira Keller Fountain park contains man made waterfalls, streams. Originally named Forcourt Fountian the park was named after Ira Keller (1899-1978) who was the first chairman of the Portland Development commision. The park was completed in 1970 and was designed by Angela Danadjieva. Look at the Portland Parks web site for more information.
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