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Arizona Falls, Phoenix, Arizona USA
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The Arizona Falls is formed by a natural 20-foot drop along the Arizona Canal between 56th and 58th streets in Phoenix, Arizona. Arizona Falls was the site of the first hydroelectric plant in Phoenix. It was shut down in 1950. The Arizona Falls was entirely redesigned and reopened in June 2003 as a restored hydroelectric plant and as a neighborhood gathering place.
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Uploaded: 18/06/2011
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