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Cyclist Pauses to Light Up, Director Park, Portland, OR
Portland
Director Park is a public piazza in Portland, Oregon at SW Park and Yamhill. Opened in 2009, it covers a 700 space parking garage. Park features include a large fountain, a café (Elephants in the Park), a stunning glass canopy and plenty of space to sit and relax. Oct.10, 2012
Copyright: Bill Edwards
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Taken: 10/10/2012
Caricate: 17/10/2012
Aggiornato: 02/07/2014
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Tags: portland; oregon; park; director park; bicycle; cafe; cyclist
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