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Found along historic Pennsylvania Avenue, Seward Square is a small intersection in southeast Washington, D.C. named after former U.S. Secretary of State, William Henry Seward. The square is maintained by the National Park Service due to its historical significance in relation to “Seward’s Folly,” from the Lincoln administration.
Visitors of the square enjoy viewing the statue of Seward’s adopted daughter, Olive Risley Seward, constructed in 1971. Moreover, due to Pennsylvania and North Carolina avenues dissecting the square into four smaller parks, visitors take advantage of the excellent scenery found on all sides.
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