This is a beautiful building designed by the famous Chicago architect, Louis Sullivan. It was built in 1890-91. It was the first steel-framed building in St. Louis.
This church is a monument to the Jesuit background of the university and still in use after 125 years.
This is a big celebration in the city and lasts a day to two. Downtown there is a parade, 10K run, events, and drinking/partying. Seem like the law overlooks a lot then.
When visiting St. Louis you have to try toasted raviolies and St. Louis style pizza(really thin crust). Obvious attarctions would be the famous arch known as the 'Gateway to the West.'
There's a fountain in the street on Waterman Blvd, near the Kings Highway. Mansions and a modern church are also of interest in this part of CWE.
I've never seen anything like this! It's a great playground for kids, but very interesting for adults as well. Mostly everything is made from recycled materials; it's amazing.
Brass stars honoring famous St. Louisans plus info plaques summarizing their achievements. There are more than 100 stars.
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