Category:Glen Echo, Maryland

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Glen Echo 
town in Maryland, United States
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Instance oftown of the United States
Location Montgomery County, Maryland
Located in or next to body of waterPotomac River (west),
Cabin John Creek (north, river mouth)
Start time1904 (charter)
Inception
  • 1889
Population
  • 242
Area
  • 0.265499 km²
Elevation above sea level
  • 41 ±1 m
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38° 58′ 06.96″ N, 77° 08′ 33″ W
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English: Glen Echo — a town located in Montgomery County, Maryland.
  • The town is famous for its Chautauqua cultural events and its former amusement park, Glen Echo Park, which is now an arts and cultural center.
  • Clara Barton, the founder of the American Red Cross, lived in Glen Echo for the last 15 years of her life.

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