International Peace Park is located in Jordan Park in Salt Lake City. Since the Second World War, many tourists and important people have visited the garden. International Peace Park is part of Utah history.
The International Peace Park is huge, with parties from all over the world, but unfortunately there are many in Europe, but few in Africa and South America. However, if you pass the Norwegian Cultural District, you will see traditional Scandinavian houses. If you go to Korea, you can see the buildings in that country. There is a great exhibit. Also, the park is too old, the trees are very good and the shade is dense.
You can explore various gardens and alleys at your leisure. It takes approximately 0.4 miles to return to the car park via the main road, but you can walk more than a mile entering the various gardens.
For those who want to go further, it is possible to reach Jordan Park or enter the scenic Jordan River Trailway west of the Peace Garden.
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