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The Old Courthouse, now the Gateway Arch visitor's center.
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Lewis and Clark memorial on the St. Louis riverfront.
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The monument had been located elsewhere along the river, but was moved to higher ground near the Gateway Arch because of periodic flooding.
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The Lewis and Clark Monument from the back.
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Casino Queen, one of two in Missouri.
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Gargill plant, East St. Louis. Located directly across from the Gateway Arch, Cargill is the largest private company in the United States. They are in the grain business.
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Lumiere Casino and Hotel in downtown St. Louis.
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The Lumiere Casino & Hotel in the foreground and the Bank of America Tower in the center, background.
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Skyline icludes the Gateway Arch, the Lumiere Casino and Hotel and the Bank of America Tower.
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The Gateway Arch.
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The former Union Electric power plant. Still in operaton today, but owned by Ameren, it provides both electricity and steam to the city.
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Skyline featuring the Bank of America Tower in the center of the photo.
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Spire of the Basilica of Saint Louis, King of France, formerly the Cathedral of Saint Louis. Also called the Old Cathedral.
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Budweiser brewery.
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The vacant Cotton Belt Freight Depot. The mural painted on it by Nita Turnage and Hap Phillips is called "Migrate." The mural was painted as a "welcome" to visitors to the city crossing the new Stan Musial Veterans Memorial Bridge.
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Coal-burning power plant Obama administration closed resulting in increased electricity rates for East St. Louis.
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