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  Freimann Square
by Ischyros

Freimann Square is a small park in the middle of downtown Fort Wayne. The center piece is a large fountain and in one corner is a statue of the famous General "Mad" Anthony Wayne, who the city is named after. For art lovers, the Fort Wayne Museum of Art borders the park on the east side. Look for a plaque on the walkway between the park and the performing arts center. The plaque marks the old intersection of Barr and Columbia Streets, the place where the city of Fort Wayne got its official start.

Directions: A small square at the corners of Clinton Street (US 27 South) and Main St. across from the City-County Building. A quick easy walk from Headwaters Park.

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  • Updated Jul 15, 2004
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