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Merion Station

Merion StationMerion is an unincorporated community in Lower Merion TownshipMontgomery CountyPennsylvaniaUnited States, and is one of the towns that make up the storied Philadelphia Main Line. It is contiguous to Philadelphia and is also bordered by WynnewoodNarberth, and Bala Cynwyd.The institution for which Merion is singularly world-renowned is the Barnes Foundation, an important art collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings amassed by drug entrepreneur Albert C. Barnesthat since the 1920s has been housed in a granite mansion with gardens on Latches Lane.

In addition to public Merion Elementary, Catholic, all-girls Merion Mercy Academy and its feeder school, Catholic, coeducational Waldron Mercy Academy, are found in Merion, as well as four Hebrew schools: the Solomon Schechter School, Chabad School, Congregation Adath Israel Religious School, and Lower Merion Synagogue Religious School. Merion Botanical Park is located between Merion Road and the railroad tracks. Before its campus change to Bryn Mawr, Akiba Hebrew Academy was located in Merion. That campus is now home to Kohelet Yeshiva High School, formerly Stern Hebrew High School.

Saint Joseph’s University straddles City Line Avenue. It is remodeling the former Episcopal Academy campus on the Merion side of the Avenue to contain classroom and student activity buildings.[9] The University has bought and renovated Merion Gardens Apartments, at the northwest corner of the East Wynnewood Road/City Avenue intersection, for student housing.

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