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East Side of Hunt's Tomb, Papago Park, Phoenix, Arizona USA
Arizona
George Wylie Paul Hunt was the first Governor of Arizona after statehood. He served a total of seven terms. Hunt, his wife, his daughter and his wife's family are buried under the pyramid. You can see the east side of the Salt River Valley, including Camelback Mountain, Papago Park and the Superstition Mountains.
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Subida: 31/05/2011
Actualizado: 03/09/2014
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