The Basilica of St. Louis IX, King of France, colloquially the Old Cathedral and formerly the Cathedral of the Archdiocese of St. Louis, was consecrated in 1834. It was the first cathedral west of the Mississippi River and until 1845 the only parish church in the city of Saint Louis, Missouri. It is one of two basilicas in St. Louis, and is named after Louis IX of France, the namesake of St. Louis. ...more on Wikipedia about "Basilica of St. Louis, King of France"
The Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis, generally known as the St. Louis Cathedral, or colloquially as the New Cathedral, in Saint Louis, Missouri, was constructed in the early 20th century in the Central West End of the city, as the archdiocesan replacement for the Church of St. Louis IX, King of France (colloquially the Old Cathedral) on the historic St. Louis riverfront since 1770. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis"
George Washington Carver National Monument is a unit of the National Park Service located in Diamond, Missouri; the national monument was founded on July 14, 1943. The site preserves the site of the boyhood home of George Washington Carver, as well as the 1881 Moses Carver house and the Carver cemetery. It features a nature trail and museum. ...more on Wikipedia about "George Washington Carver National Monument"
The Harry S. Truman National Historic Site preserves both the farmhouse of the family farm and the longtime home of Harry S. Truman (1884-1972), 33rd President of the United States. The Truman Home is in Independence, Missouri, and the Truman Farm Home in Grandview, Missouri: both are within the Kansas City, Missouri metropolitan area. ...more on Wikipedia about "Harry S. Truman National Historic Site"
The Henry Shaw Ozark Corridor is a long string of adjoining conservation areas in the US state of Missouri, running 24 miles along Interstate 44 and 40 miles along the Meramec River. Most of the land in this area was devalued after the dioxin contamination in Times Beach, Missouri, allowing for the creation of these conservation areas and parks. The corridor is named after Henry Shaw, founder of the Missouri Botanical Garden. ...more on Wikipedia about "Henry Shaw Ozark Corridor"
Historic houses in Missouri is a link page for any stately home or historic house in Missouri. ...more on Wikipedia about "Historic houses in Missouri"
The Jefferson National Expansion Memorial is located in Saint Louis, Missouri near the start of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. It was designated as a National Memorial by Executive Order 7523, on December 21, 1935, and is maintained by the National Park Service (NPS). ...more on Wikipedia about "Jefferson National Expansion Memorial"
KFVS TV Mast (also Raycom America Tower Cape Girardeau) is a guyed mast that is 1677 foot (511.1 m) tall. It was built in 1960 and is located in Cape Girardeau County, Missouri, USA at 37°25'46"N and 89°30'14" W. The mast was at one time one of the tallest structures in the world. Broadcasting from the antenna atop the tower, KFVS-TV's signal reaches viewers in portions of Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Arkansas. ...more on Wikipedia about "KFVS TV Mast"
The Missouri Botanical Garden is a botanical garden located in Saint Louis, Missouri. ...more on Wikipedia about "Missouri Botanical Garden"
The Missouri State Capitol is the state capitol building of the U.S. state of Missouri. Housing the Missouri General Assembly, it is located in the state capital of Jefferson City at 600 West Main Street. The building was completed in 1917. ...more on Wikipedia about "Missouri State Capitol"
The Mizzou Botanic Garden contains thousands of plants within the campus of the University of Missouri, Columbia in Columbia, Missouri, USA. The Garden includes famous icons, such as Thomas Jefferson's original grave marker and the Columns of Academic Hall, and is open year-round, free to the public. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mizzou Botanic Garden"
Powell Gardens 915 acres (3.7 km²) are botanical gardens located at 1609 N.W. U.S. Highway 50 in Kingsville, Missouri, USA, 30 miles (50 km) east of Kansas City. They feature 6,000 varieties of plants, with 225,000 plants in seasonal displays, and are open to the public, for a fee, during daylight hours. ...more on Wikipedia about "Powell Gardens"
The Saint Louis Zoological Park is a zoo in Forest Park in Saint Louis, Missouri. Admission is free, although there are fees for some attractions. ...more on Wikipedia about "Saint Louis Zoological Park"
Wallace House (also called the Truman Home), 219 North Delaware Street, Independence, Missouri, would be the home of Harry S. Truman, on-and-off, after his marriage to Bess Wallace, on 28 June 1919 until his death on 26 December 1972. Bess Truman's maternal grandfather, George Porterfield Gates, built the house over a period of years from 1867 to 1895. ...more on Wikipedia about "Wallace House" Please visit again shortopedia Missouri_landmarks
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