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Visitors to the area may be suprised when they find themselves driving under this great 76-foot arch with a 4,000 pound eagle ... More
Visitors to the area may be suprised when they find themselves driving under this great 76-foot arch with a 4,000 pound eagle on top. The eagle gate has rested on State Street and South Temple since it was built in 1859. Originally, it served as the entrance to Brigham Young's property and led beyond that to City Creek Canyon. Now it is merely a reminder of simpler times in Salt Lake and of course, the prosperity of the Mormon pioneers.
Nothing fascinating about this structure. It was a plain arch, topped by an eagle, over the broad State St. Looking towards the north, you can see the Utah State Capitol through the arch. Unfortunately, at the time of my visit, the State Capitol was under renovation, with a towering crane next to it, so that spoils what would otherwise be a perfect picture.
This Roman Catholic cathedral stands majestically near the avenues in Salt Lake City. The building was renovated in 1990. The
Romanesque facade, with gargoyles and stained glass, invites visitors to enter its Gothic Revival chambers within. The Eccles organ ...
Utah's capitol building construction cost was a staggering USD 2.7 million dollars. Its rotunda reaches 165 feet and presides over
an interior of marble, noted for its light color and design. Massive ionic columns, each carved from a single ...
The Salt Lake City Marriott City Center is the newest full service Marriott hotel in the Salt Lake City area.
Located in the heart of the city's business and cultural district, the hotel is adjacent to the Gallivan Center, ...