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Eastside 1st Avenue and Washington, Downtown Phoenix, Arizona USA
Arizona
If there is a center of the downtown section of the vast City of Phoenix, Arizona, it is the corner of 1st Avenue and Washington. Others may disagree, but this is the hub of the activity during the day. The activity on the corner has increased due to the light rail station on the west side of 1st Avenue.
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