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Moonlight Tower (9th & Guadalupe)
W. 9th St at Guadalupe
"Moonlight Towers were used in the olden days to illuminate city streets and scare away late-night muggers. Nowadays we have the magic of streetlamps, but Austin keeps the towers around for fun anyway."
Moonlight Tower (11th & Lydia)
"Party at the moontower, man."
Moonlight Tower (15th & San Antonio)
"Very cool historic landmark, before there were street lights Austin had moonlight towers! Perhaps the most famous is the one that forms the "trunk" of the Zilker Trail of Lights Tree every winter."
Texas State Capitol
112 E 11th St (at Congress Ave)
"Gorgeous architecture! We went on a Sunday. Tour guide Matt was extremely knowledgeable AND he even had all answers to the elder generations questions, which were much more advanced. I will be back!"
Austin's Best Great Outdoors - 2012
Created by Best of Foursquare10 items • 26 followers
Austin, National Preservation Conference 2010
Created by Saving Places22 items • 61 followers
Created by Cary G125 items • 50 followers
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