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Mesa City Office Complex, Mesa, Arizona USA
Arizona
Mesa is Arizona's third largest city. The City offices are located in heart of the old downtown district. For most of its existence, Mesa was a small town, separated from Phoenix by miles of desert. Both cities grew in size until they have all blended into one huge metroplex.
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