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Founders Park, Springfield, MO USA - 2
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Founders Park is located in downtown Springfield. The large geometic shapes mimic a historic nearby stone quarry that once cut large blocks of limestone for shipment throughout the US. The Founders Park fountain was designed by the company that built the fountains for the Las Vegas Mirage and Bellagio Hotels and Casinos.

Copyright: Ron Payton
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Caricate: 29/03/2009
Aggiornato: 25/09/2014
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Tags: parks; memorials; springfield; missouri; mo; 417; virtual; tours
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