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1919 H St NE, Washington, DC 20002, United States

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In northwest Washington, D.C., you can find Glover Park. A. Positioned approximately one-half mile north of Georgetown, but also to the west of Number One Observatory Circle (where the Vice President's mansion is located). The sound of colors synchronized with the nation's Master Clock is played by the Naval Observatory in Glover Park every morning and evening. Charles Carroll Glover is the namesake of it. Glover-Archbold Park, named after Charles Carroll Glovers and Anne Mills Archboldin, who donated part of their land, forms the western boundary of the neighborhood that is an extension of Rock Creek Park. The Washington National Cathedral, and the Cathedral Heights area are situated to the north of Glover Park on Fulton Street. To the south, Whitehaven Park is a subdivision of Rock Creek Park. Woodley Park is situated to the east of the Burleith neighborhood and beyond Georgetown University, which are located southward from Whitehaven. The Embassy of Russia in Washington and the Visa Office of the Chinese embassy are just two examples of embassies that have gained local fame. In addition to other businesses, there are numerous restaurants and shops in Glover Park.

In addition to other businesses, there are numerous restaurants and shops in Glover Park. Guy Mason Park is situated between Wisconsin Avenue and the Naval Observatory, just south of Calvert Street. The area has a softball field, sandpit, and an off-leash dog park. The Glover Park Day festival is held in Guy Mason Park every year in early June. Charles Carroll Glover, a banker and philanthropist who held sway in the late 1800s and early 1900s, is the namesake of the neighborhood. The establishment of the Rock Creek Park system in the city is attributed to him, and he played a significant role in creating Embassy Row by giving generously donated land. He is recognized as the father of both the National Zoo and Rock Creek Parkway. Charles Glover's family name has a rhyme with "cover." Many individuals in Washington, including both established residents and newcomers, as well as WMATA, pronounce the name with a rhyme that starts with "clover."

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