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Detroit Institute of Arts, Woodward Avenue Entrance
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The Detroit Insitute of Arts was built in the Beaux-Art style in 1927.  For more information go to www.dia.org

The beautiful facade of the Detroit Public Library can be seen directly across Woodward Ave.  Further to the south, the former Macabees Building, now owned by Wayne State University, can be seen.  For years the Macabees was the home of WXYZ-TV, where Soupy Sales originated his Lunch with Soupy Show.

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