More Pictures of (and facts about) Newark

Newark mural

The largest collection of flowering cherry blossom trees in the U.S. is not in Washington, it’s in Branch Brook Park, Newark

Clemente Square, Newark

Guests at the Robert Treat Hotel, opened in Newark in 1916, have included 5 U.S. presidents and Albert Einstein.

Robert Treat Hotel

Rutgers University Newark has the nation’s most ethnically diverse student body, according to U.S. News and World Report

In 1935 Amelia Earhart dedicated the terminal building at Newark Liberty International Airport.

(Newark facts are from Newark Happening and 50 Things You Probably Didn’t Know  About Newark.)

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7 Responses to More Pictures of (and facts about) Newark

  1. It’s been a while since I’ve visited Newark. I enjoyed it then. Your pictures encourage to go back to visit my friend. She would love that.😊

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  2. Duke Stewart says:

    Everyone harps on the bad things coming out of NJ, at least in my purview. I think this post and your pictures of it should become more the forefront of Newark’s image than in the background. Btw, I always associated Rutgers with being more New Brunswick than Newark and had no idea it was there. I went to see them play against WVU back when I was a kid and was always confused as to the actual location of the school. Lol, it seems like every part of NJ has a Rutgers campus.

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  3. I’ve never been, Newark looks pretty nice.

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  4. I fly through Newark most of the time when I get to go to Europe. Now I have a new thing to look for at the airport–Amelia! Love the building art, Ken. You shine a bright light on the city.

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  5. Dan says:

    Great pictures. I’m a big fan of the cleanup that has been taking place. Compared to the 80s there’s been a great renaissance of culture and arts. Every time I drive through downtown there is always something new happening.

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