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Franciscan monks have a replica of Rome's catacombs underneath their chapel.
Now owned by the Smithsonian, and protected behind plexiglass.
A good place for you and several of your friends to rest your feet.
A diminutive memorial park created by a fan of the late entertainer and Congressman.
Dedicated to the men who died so that women and children might live, which is fine, but why here?
Bronze depiction of television inventor Philo Taylor Farnsworth, statue contributed by the state of Utah. Identical statues stand in Salt Lake City and Farnsworth's birthplace, Beaver, Utah.
This imposing structure -- museum, library, and clubhouse of the Supreme Council of the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry -- offers guided tours, in part to dispel the crazy theories cooked up in conspiracy novels and movies.
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