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Lincoln Park is a 1,208-acre (489-hectare) park situated along Lake Michigan on the North Side of Chicago.

Named after US President Abraham Lincoln, it is the city's largest public park and stretches for seven miles (11 km).

Further to the north, the park is characterized by parkland, beaches, recreational areas, nature reserves, and harbors. To the south, there is a more narrow strip of beaches east of Lake Shore Drive, almost to downtown. With 20 million visitors per year, Lincoln Park is the second-most-visited city park in the United States, behind Central Park.

Photo took from Hancock Center observatory.

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