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Granada War Relocation Center barrack foundations
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The Granada War Relocation Center is a former Japanese-American internment camp located outside of Grenada, Colorado.  It housed nearly 7,300 people during WWII.  Today, many of the buildings are gone but the concrete foundations still remain.

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