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Heritage Square, Phoenix
Arizona

Heritage Square is located in downtown Phoenix in the Heritage & Science Park.

The two main buildings in Heritage Square are Rosson House and the Lath Pavilion.

Rosson House is a Victorian Mansion which was acquired by the city in 1970 and restored to its former glory and is now a museum and also used for receptions.

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Uploaded: 29/06/2009
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Tags: arizona; phoenix; heritage; mansion; museum
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