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Humboldt Park

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Humboldt Park


Inspired by the fragrant Formal Garden of Humboldt Park, with notes of rose, carnation, and ozone.

Located on the West Side of Chicago, Humboldt Park was named after naturalist Alexander von Humboldt, who, interestingly, never visited Chicago. Danish immigrant Jens Jensen brought the park to life in the early 20th century with a circular Formal Garden and his Prairie Style of landscaping, which emphasized native Midwestern plants and open spaces. By the 1950s, Puerto Rican immigrants had begun shaping the neighborhood west of the park into the vibrant community of Latino culture and cuisine that it remains today. 

Source: Chicago Park District.

Product Details
  • 9 oz soy candle
  • Burn time: 45-50 hours
  • Packaged in a branded gift box

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