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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Charles Birnbaum
Pennsylvania Avenue, sometimes called "America's Main Street," is being listed among the nation's endangered landscapes because of neglect and deferred maintenance by the National Park Service.
Kiley is one of the most important modernist landscape architects from the 20th century, though his legacy is often forgotten, said Charles Birnbaum, president of the Cultural Landscape Foundation.
Still, Kiley influenced generations of landscape architects with his approach to minimalism and abstracting nature, Birnbaum said.