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Main Street and Highway 87 "The Beeline," Payson, Arizona USA
Arizona
Payson, Arizona is a popular vacation spot just north of the Phoenix, Arizona and the Salt River Valley. Located just below the Mogollon Rim, Payson lies at 4,921 feet above sea level, making it a lot cooler than the valley. Payson has a population of over 15,000.
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Uploaded: 05/07/2011
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