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By Dauby (Translasted by mansuetus) - March 16, 2012   


Mill Ends Park (Portland, US-OR) is the world-smallest park and covers a total area of 452 sq in (0.292 m2).

Details:

The park covers a two feet large circled area, located along the Willamette River, in Portland. It was built on St Patrick's day to “the only leprechaun colony west of Ireland”, according to its creator.

Over the years, the park has been providing a swimming pool for butterflies, a tiny horseshoe, etc.

Source:

Wikipedia – Mill Ends Park [en]


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Beri
Beri - March 19, 2012 - 09:42 - (link to the comment)

I've been in Oregon and in Portland three times already and never thought about going to this park :(
Next time it is then !