Henry A. Wallace Beltsville Agricultural Research Center

Description


The Henry A. Wallace Beltsville Agricultural Research Center, or BARC, is a unit of the United States Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Service. It is located at 39°02′N 76°53′W / 39.033°N 76.883°W / 39.033; -76.883Coordinates: 39°02′N 76°53′W / 39.033°N 76.883°W / 39.033; -76.883 in Beltsville, Maryland, and is named for Henry A. Wallace, former United States vice president and secretary of agriculture. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Greenbelt (Maryland)
  2. Bladensburg (Maryland)
  3. Cheverly (Maryland)
  4. Glenarden (Maryland)
  5. Landover Hills
  6. New Carrollton
  7. New Carrollton, Maryland
  8. Brentwood (Maryland)
  9. Colmar Manor

what to see / tourism / historical sites (National Register of Historic Places)

  1. Engine Company 17 (Washington, D.C.)
  2. Engine Company 26 (Washington, D.C.)

what to see / tourism / architecture and monuments

  1. Greenbelt (Metro de Washington)
  2. College Park–Universidad de Maryland (Metro de Washington)

Railway Stations

  1. Landover (Metro de Washington)

Census-designated places

  1. East Riverdale
  2. Landover (Maryland)
  3. Woodlawn (condado de Prince George's, Maryland)
  4. Chillum (Maryland)

Other interest places

  1. Centro de vuelo espacial Goddard
  2. Berwyn Heights, Maryland

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