Luna Park, Washington D. C.
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Luna Park was an amusement park in Arlington, Virginia, USA, from 1906 to 1915.
A trolley park that was constructed and owned by Frederick Ingersoll, the park occupied 34acre near the intersection of South Glebe Road and Jefferson Davis Highway and featured a figure eight roller coaster, a shoot-the-chutes ride, a ballroom, circus arena, restaurants, and picnicking facilities for 3000 people. Exhibits were housed in buildings displaying different architecture styles .The Arli
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