It’s springtime and that means everyone’s looking for a little green space to soak up some much-needed sun. Why not try Cathedral Park in Portland?
Cathedral Park sits underneath the St. Johns Bridge, which crosses the Willamette River. The bridge’s arches and architecture resemble a Gothic cathedral, hence the name of the park.
The park has a rich history and is believed to date back to the days of Lewis and Clark, when the park is said to have been a camp site for the explorers in 1806. The bridge was built in 1931, …read more
Source: Huffington Post Green