Portland’s neighbor to the south is located just a short, scenic drive down Hwy. 43. Visitors will find boutiques and fine restaurants on the shores of the city’s 405-acre namesake lake. Lake Oswego also celebrates the arts with a number of art galleries and performing arts centers.
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Where is Lake Oswego, Oregon
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459 Third Street, Lake Oswego