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Topeka-High-School-Constitution-Plaza
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This shows the Topeka High school east entrances, also knows as Constitution Plaza, and the entrance for Hoehner Auditorium, visible to the West. To the North is the flagpole made up of the the third spar from the 1797 frigate U.S.S Constitution ("Old Ironsides"). Also to the North is the ship’s bell from the light cruiser U.S.S. Topeka. Topeka High school is on the National register of historic places.

Copyright: Gary Krohe
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Geüpload: 06/10/2011
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Tags: topeka high school; hoehner auditorium; uss constitution; old ironsides flagpole; uss topeka ships bell; national register of historic places
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