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"Community Gathering Spot"

Dating back to the 1820s, Bienville Square has been an integral part of Mobile's history. In 1824, the United State Congress reserved a plot specifically to be used as a city park, and over time the entire block was acquired. This sprawling park has hosted a speech by President Theodore Roosevelt and during World War II the union and laborers of Alabama Drydock and Shipbuilding Company held their meetings here. Currently, Bienville Square hosts a variety of events like Kids Day, Bayfest Music Festival and Jazz in Bienville and is a popular recreational site.
150 Dauphin Street, Mobile, AL, United States, 36602
"Community Gathering Spot"
Dating back to the 1820s, Bienville Square has been an integral part of Mobile's history. In 1824, the United State Congress reserved a plot specifically to be used as a city park, and over time the entire block was acquired. This sprawling park has hosted a speech by President Theodore Roosevelt and during World War II the union and laborers of Alabama Drydock and Shipbuilding Company held their meetings here. Currently, Bienville Square hosts a variety of events like Kids Day, Bayfest Music Festival and Jazz in Bienville and is a popular recreational site.
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