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Maricopa County Superior Court Plaza, Downtown Phoenix, Arizona USA
Arizona
The Maricopa County Superior Court is housed in three buildings in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. In front of the East Court Building is a large plaza with statuary and an outdoor eating place. The historical City Hall, now used by the Court, is across Jefferson Street
Copyright: James l. tanner
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Uploadet: 24/05/2011
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Tags: phoenix; arizona; downtown; superior court; buildings; jefferson street
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