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Tempe Town Lake, Tempe, Arizona USA
Arizona

Tempe Town Lake is a portion of the normally dry Salt River, next to Tempe's Mill Avenue District, Arizona State University and the 2,000 acre Papago Park, Town Lake is a regional and national destination, with millions of visitors each year. It is a place for boating, fishing, walking, and just looking at the scenery.

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Uploaded: 31/05/2011
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