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Emancipation Park
Emancipation Park

Emancipation Park

9.47 reviews
Outdoors, Park
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Oxford Road and, Knutsford Blvd, Kingston, Jamaica
(876) 926-6312
http://www.emancipationpark.org.jm/
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Great park to hang out with friends and family or to just chill and take pictures.

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Great park to hang out with friends and family or to just chill and take pictures.

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Rego Park, Queens, New York State

THE MUST BUCOLIC SETTING. AN OASIS IN THE MIDDLE OF A BUSY CITY. JAMAICAS CENTRAL PARK.

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Jacksonville, Florida

Powerful statue and lovely park! There was an event there the last time I went, and it's always a lively location.

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The morning breeze ushers in dawn's new light as joggers commence the day's ever-changing cycle. A rare jewel in the heart of Kingston city, Emancipation Park is a refuge for many who seek solitude and a soothing ambiance away from the hustle and bustle of daily living. It's an oasis where one can rejuvenate among its lush seven-acre landscape that symbolizes the legendary beauty of the island of Jamaica. Nature lovers can bask in the Park's scenery lined with tropical flowers and trees such as the majestic Royal Palm, its branches stretching outwards beckoning to the skies. Art lovers can appreciate the beautifully crafted 11ft. bronze sculpture "Redemption Song" by celebrated Jamaican artist, Laura Facey that graces the ceremonial entrance of the Park. The opening of Emancipation Park in July 2002 is a significant milestone in the journey of our nation. The Park was created to be a symbol of our Freedom to Hope, to Excel and to Be.

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If you are around New Kingston don’t miss this amazing 11ft. bronze sculpture called "Redemption Song", by Jamaican artist Laura Facey, located on the entrance of Emancipation Park.
The Park, opened in July 2002, is a significant milestone in the journey of the Jamaican Nation. It was created to be a symbol of Freedom to Hope, to Excel and to Be.

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