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Beltsville, MD 20705
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Shipley Field is a fantastic baseball park located at the University Of Maryland in College Park. Right in the heart of the campus, this magnificent ballpark has a capacity of around 2500 and the pitch has a fabulous surface. The atmosphere at the stadium can get electric when cheering fans peg their favorite college teams on. Equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, night games can be played here as well with the installment of flood lights at the ground.
Located in the University of Maryland is the famous Cole Field House, a stadium extremely popular among the locals of the city. Previously used as the basketball stadium for Maryland home teams, it is now a center where various teams shrug it out against each other in the court. Definitely a place you might want to check out if you are a basketball fan.
Ludwig Field in University of Maryland is home to the Terrapin men's and women's soccer teams. The state of the art facility has been attracting more and more fans as soccer's popularity increases. The field is a venue for important events like graduations, commencement addresses, etc. and is surrounded by the Kehoe Track and athletic facilities.
The Ritchie Coliseum is a fantastic coliseum, located within the University of Maryland in College Park. With 11,000 square feet on space, there are volleyball and basketball courts inside the arena. Frequented by locals during college games, this place can accommodate up to 1900 people. The atmosphere during games is quite noisy and enthusiastic and definitely a great place to watch a good game of ball. In addition to sports, The Ritchie Coliseum also has health fitness facilities such as weights, cardiovascular equipment and a room for martial arts training.
Montpelier Arts Center serves as an incubating center for talented artists. The center is a venue for many performances, and they also host classes and seminars on regular basis.
Named after the 29th President of the United States of America, Calvin Coolidge school has seen some changes over the years with a multi-cultural pupil. The mission statement of the school is to transform students into productive citizens by imparting quality education and values. The school is currently devoted to the study of the Arts and Humanities, Math, Science, Technology, Business, the Teaching Professions and Sport. They are constantly looking for ways to improve teaching which enhances students' learning and overall personality development.
The Rock Creek Woods Historic District is a modern suburban settlement that consists of many houses. Though the architectural style of the contributing buildings is contemporary, the layout of the district remains original and intact. The properties on this district were built between 1958 and 1961.
Mount Rainier Historic District recognizes the historic homes and structures of this city. The rugged landscape of Mount Rainier led to construction of unique houses among its early settlers, and most of the historic district is comprised of these historic houses. Besides this, the district also includes a few churches and a bank building.
Howard University School of Divinity (HUSD) is a premium institute offering diverse courses in theological studies. One of the oldest theological schools in United States and Canada, this institute boasts a highly-qualified staff that provides the best guidance and knowledge to the aspiring students. Besides, there is a wonderful and extensive library that has rare books based on the subject. And their religious art gallery showcases splendid exhibits that lure art lovers from all across the nation. To know more about the place, check the website.
Garrett Park Historic District is located in Garrett Park, Montgomery County, Maryland. This 154-acre (62-hectare) residential area is replete with several styles of architecture including Late Victorian, and Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals styles. Established in 1891, it was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places in January 31, 1975.
This large society hosts weekly international dances—Greek, Israeli, Balkan; and monthly singing programs and workshops that celebrate folk culture. Folklore Society Of Greater Washington's goal is to further the understanding and appreciation of folk music and folklore of the American people. The society presents more than 200 events, including concerts, each year—members receive discounted admission. The organization also puts on festivals showcasing the diversity of cultures represented in the membership. Its membership is comprised of people from all over metropolitan Washington.
Bethesda Naval Hospital Tower was earlier known as the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. It is a tri-service center and is one of the most important medical centers in Washington, D.C. The building was constructed between 1939 and 1942 during World War II. The modern-looking building has a 20-story tower and over looks a golf course. In November 1963, the autopsy of then U.S. President John F Kennedy was done here.