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Main and McDonald, Mesa, Arizona USA
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Mesa, Arizona USA has promoted an extensive display of statuary for many years in its downtown section. Mesa is the third largest city in Arizona after Phoenix and Tucson and the 37th largest city in the USA. This photo of a downtown intersection shows the small town atmosphere of the main street.
Copyright: James L. Tanner
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Uploaded: 18/05/2011
Actualizat: 03/09/2014
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Tags: main street; mcdonald street; mesa; arizona; statues; usa
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