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      Muhammad Ali CenterAugust 17, 2014
      History Museum
      • Louisville, United States

      It's hard not to smile, and even chuckle, when touring the Ali Center. It's a grand celebration of his life: from humble beginnings in Louisville to becoming The Greatest and everything in between.

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      National Civil Rights MuseumAugust 17, 2014
      Museum
      • Memphis, United States

      Not to be missed when visiting Memphis. Prepare to spend a few hours in the museum and the former boarding house across the street. A fascinating, and somber, tour through African American history.

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      STyLehouse (STL-Style)May 10, 2014
      Boutique
      • St Louis, United States

      Love St. Louis? Of course you do, and that's why the STyLehouse is a must visit on Cherokee. Loads of awesome STL themed designs they can print on a shirt in minutes. I'm reppin' Fabulous Fox Park.

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      St. Louis Bicycle Worksedited March 6, 2014
      Bike shop
      • St Louis, United States

      Awesome place for used and refurbished bikes. They're a non-profit with proceeds benefiting Earn-a-Bike and safety programs for children. Friendly staff and they're located in a very cool building.

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      James S. McDonnell Planetariumedited March 5, 2014
      Planetarium
      • St Louis, United States

      The James S. McDonnell Planetarium opened in 1963 and is capable of projecting over 9,000 stars onto its 80 foot dome. Great displays featuring a Gemini and Mercury capsule, too. Get your science on.

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      City of St. LouisFebruary 15, 2014
      City
      • United States

      Founded in February 1764 by Pierre Laclède and Auguste Chouteau, St. Louis is loaded with architecture, culture, history, parks, and 79 neighborhoods filling a cool 66 square miles. Happy 250th STL.

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      Denver Art MuseumJanuary 19, 2014
      Art Museum
      • Denver, United States

      The Denver Art Museum is practically overflowing with great exhibits. Asian, Western American, Modern, and the excellent American Indian gallery. Don't forget "Fox Games". It's a fantastic must see.

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      I-70 Windmill FarmJanuary 14, 2014
      Other Outdoors
      • Beverly, United States

      Have the misfortune of driving through Kansas on I-70? This will be highlight of the trip. Ghostly, rotating fingers forlornly reaching into the Sunflower State's sky. Dusk brings on the light show.

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      Mile High Marker at State CapitolJanuary 14, 2014
      Travel
      • Denver, United States

      Inscribed in 1947 on the 15th step after a 1909 measurement to denote one mile above sea level. The mile high mark has been changed twice - in 1969 and 2003, with markers on the 18th and 13th steps.

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      St. Francis de Sales OratoryNovember 17, 2013
      Church
      • St Louis, United States

      Known as the "Cathedral of South St. Louis", St. Francis de Sales was dedicated in 1908. Built in the Gothic Revival style it features the tallest church spire in the city at over 300 feet. Read more

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      Gateway ArchNovember 11, 2013
      Landmark
      • St Louis, United States

      Iconic, elegant, graceful, and unmistakably St. Louis. The Arch was designated a National Historic Landmark on May 28, 1987. Read more

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      Old Post OfficeNovember 11, 2013
      Landmark
      • St Louis, United States

      Designed by Alfred B. Mullett in 1872, and opened in 1884. Inside is the original sculpture of Peace and Vigilance by Daniel Chester French who also sculpted Abraham Lincoln for the Lincoln Memorial.

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      The Captains' Return StatueNovember 11, 2013
      Outdoor Sculpture
      • St Louis, United States

      The Captains' Return commemorates the arrival of the Lewis and Clark Expedition at the St. Louis riverfront on September 23, 1806, two years after setting out to explore westward to the Pacific coast.

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      Union Electric Light & Power Co.November 11, 2013
      Factory
      • St Louis, United States

      A grand old power plant located along the Mississippi riverfront. Built in 1904, it powered the electric lights at the Palace of Electricity during the St. Louis World's Fair later that year.

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      Eads BridgeNovember 11, 2013
      Bridge
      • St. Louis, United States

      The Eads Bridge was the longest in the world, and the first arched steel truss bridge, when completed on July 4, 1874. The last spike was driven in by General William Tecumseh Sherman.

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      Forces StatueNovember 11, 2013
      Outdoor Sculpture
      • St Louis, United States

      Forces features a bear and bull, iconic financial market foes, anchored in battle. The statue stands 12 feet tall and was sculpted by Harry Weber. A great addition to public art in downtown St. Louis.

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      Southwestern Bell BuildingNovember 11, 2013
      Building
      • St Louis, United States

      The Southwestern Bell Building was the tallest building in Missouri upon completion in 1926. It rises nearly 400 feet and was one of the first in St. Louis to use setbacks, having 17 individual roofs.

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      Fox ParkOctober 27, 2013
      Neighborhood
      • St Louis, United States

      The Fox Park neighborhood is on the National Register of Historic Places and was designated a city historic district in 2006. It's filled with great architecture that exudes old school St. Louis soul. Read more

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      Bevo MillOctober 27, 2013
      Restaurant
      • St Louis, United States

      Completed in 1916 by August Busch, Bevo Mill features a 60 foot diameter windmill. The district around the mill was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2013. Also, awesome brunch.

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      Compton Hill Water TowerOctober 23, 2013
      Landmark
      • St Louis, United States

      The Compton Hill Water Tower was built in 1898 and is the youngest of the three remaining water towers in St. Louis. It was designed by architect Harvey Ellis and stands 179 feet tall.

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