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Irvington Circle

About Irvington Circle

Irvington Circle Park is a 0.1-acre pocket park located in the heart of the Irvington neighborhood on the far east side of Indianapolis. The park is dedicated to Washington Irving, for whom the town of Irvington was named in 1870. Though small, this space offers landscaped greenspace, flower beds, a bust of Washington Irving, and a central fountain surrounded by a paved walking path.  

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