Charlesgate Park

Charlesgate Park has been mentioned more than a dozen times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'The Secret (a treasure hunt)' where it has more than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Charlesgate Park had the highest popularity figure in January this year. Popularity decline is quite obvious over the last 6 months as the number of mentions has suffered a severe multifold decrease in this period.

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Oregonian edited Title Page

[...] ; structure would have looked like in 1981? Does the "Two Circles" structure at Charlesgate Park have an official name? When (and why) was it built? What was its intended purpose? Who's [...]

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Oregonian edited Image 11 Verse 3 Solution

[...] in this case would most likely be the Muddy River, which flows through the Back Bay Fens and Charlesgate Park. As we go through the Fens, we should be looking for steps near some body of water. " [...]

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Oregonian edited Image 11 Verse 3 Solution

[...] case would most likely be the Muddy River, which flows through the Back Bay Fens and Charlesgate Park. - The most likely sets of stairs are at the Two Circles area. There are three [...]

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Oregonian edited Verse 03

[...] be a reference to the green lamppost beside the "Two Circles" structure at Charlesgate Park. Unfortunately, Google street view only shows the structure appearing after a major [...]

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Oregonian edited Verse 03

[...] be a reference to the green lamppost beside the "Two Circles" structure at Charlesgate Park. Unfortunately, Google street view only shows the structure appearing after a major [...]

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Oregonian edited Image 11

[...] (with annotations) in 2001. Kenmore T station. A The "Two Circles" structure in Charlesgate Park. (Bird's-eye view Kenmore Square. The most iconic feature of the area.) The Kenmore T [...]

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Oregonian edited Image 11

[...] in 1989 and updated (with annotations) in 2001. A The "Two Circles" structure in Charlesgate Park. (Bird's-eye view of the area.) The Kenmore T station is just above and to the left, where [...]

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Oregonian edited Image 11

[...] in 1989 and updated (with annotations) in 2001. A The "Two Circles" structure in Charlesgate Park. (Bird's-eye view of the area.) The Kenmore T station is just above and to the left, where [...]

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Oregonian edited Image 11

[...] "T" that the bird is standing on? Does the "Two Circles" structure at Charlesgate Park have an official name? When (and why) was it built? What was its intended purpose? stairs [...]

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Oregonian edited Verse 03

[...] ; structure. - Alternatively, this "green tower of lights" could be a reference at Charlesgate Park. It's an unusual structure that could be called a "tower," and it holds at least [...]

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Oregonian edited Image 11

[...] "T" that the bird is standing on? Does the "Two Circles" structure at Charlesgate Park have an official name? When (and why) was it built? What was its intended purpose? Are there [...]

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