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Nichols Park, Chicago, IL
USA
1355 E. 53rd Street: 10.4 acres, Fieldhouse, community gardens, Tennis (2), playground (2), baseball, and small sledding hill which is a gathering place for neighborhood dogs.
Copyright: Gary rubenstein
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Uploaded: 28/04/2013
Updated: 05/06/2013
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