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Dutch Kills Playground

The playground features a Dutch decorative theme that honors the European colonists that settled in New York (then New Amsterdam) in the 17th century. A windmill-shaped spray shower, painted murals of Dutch river scenes, a colored concrete map of New York City, and eight medallions depicting plants and native wildlife are all part of the design of Dutch Kills Playground.

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location-icon 28 St., Crescent St. bet. 37 Ave. and 36 Ave. Queens, NY
Long Island City
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