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Arizona State Capitol Plaza, Phoenix, Arizona USA
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The Arizona State Capitol Plaza is surrounded by the State Capitol Building and the House of Representatives and Senate Buildings. There are a number of significant monuments and memorials on or near the plaza. The plaza is frequent location for demonstrators while the Legislature is in session.
Copyright: James L. Tanner
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