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Paul Bunyan Portland, Oregon
USA
Paul Bunyan Statue is a 31-foot (9.4 m)-tall concrete and metal sculpture of mythical logger Paul Bunyan in the Kenton neighborhood of Portland, Oregon, United States. It was built in 1959 to commemorate the centennial of Oregon's statehood during the Centennial Exposition and International Trade Fair, which was held in the Kenton area. The sculpture was originally prominently placed at the intersection of North Interstate Avenue (then U.S. Route 99) and North Argyle Street, and now stands at the corner of North Interstate and North Denver.[2] It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in January 2009. When I was growing up in Portland, before the freeways were built, we used to drive by Paul and the Jantzen Beach wooden roller coaster on our way to Ridgefield, Washington to visit our cousins. Paul was the highlight of our trip for me.
Copyright: Brian Conroy
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Taken: 23/10/2015
Uploaded: 22/10/2015
Updated: 05/11/2015
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