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Monument Circle Panorama Circle of Lights
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This scene depicts downtown on Monument Circle at Christmas time. The monument dates back to the 30's and is 284' tall. It was designed by Bruno Schmitz and completed in 1901. Great shops and architecture on the circle is a great visit year round. The Circle also contains the Soldiers and Sailors monument dedicated to Indiana Soldiers who fought in the American Revolution.

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