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Photo Flood 15: Forest Park

Photo Flood 15: Forest Park

photograph by Dan Henrichs Photography, St. Louis Recently named one of the ten most beautiful urban parks in the world by Yahoo Travel, Forest Park really has something for everyone. Photo Flood Saint Louis returns to this legendary city sanctuary for what turned out to be a spectacular, Fall,...

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Photo Flood 7: Ellendale

Photo Flood 7: Ellendale

photograph by Jason Gray Certainly, St. Louis is a city of contrasts, and Ellendale, on our far western border, is a firm example. It’s 130-year history includes successes in industry (Scullins Steel) and failures in renewal (St. Louis Marketplace); interestingly and somewhat ironically, the latter sits on the exact...

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Photo Flood 6: Old North Saint Louis

Photo Flood 6: Old North Saint Louis

photograph by Mandi Gray Old North Saint Louis is a neighborhood of distinction that is experiencing a rebirth. From arts advocacy groups, to restauranteurs and building developers, to a committed and close-knit community, Old North Saint Louis continues work to reclaim its former glory. photograph by Jason Gray

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Mini-Flood 2: Saint Louis Art Museum

Mini-Flood 2: Saint Louis Art Museum

photograph by Siobhan Lestina The Saint Louis Art Museum is one of the most comprehensive art museums in the Nation, and it is entirely free to visit (sans some of the special exhibits), making it a tremendous cultural asset for the city. The Museum itself is a Beaux Arts-style...

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Photo Flood 3: Soulard

Photo Flood 3: Soulard

photograph by Amanda Krebel Soulard typifies St. Louis. In this historic neighborhood, the original French character was absorbed and transformed by the many German immigrants who moved here in search of a new Rhineland. Among those moving here were the Anheuser and Busch families, whose collaborations spawned the renowned...

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Photo Flood 2: Bellefontaine Cemetery

Photo Flood 2: Bellefontaine Cemetery

photograph by Mandi Gray What do Thomas Hart Benton (the Senator), William S. Burroughs (the author), and William Clark (of “Lewis and Clark”) have together in common? The answer is that they are all interred at the sprawling, urban necropolis of Bellefontaine Cemetery. Bellefontaine Cemetery was established in 1849...

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Photo Flood 1: Downtown

Photo Flood 1: Downtown

  photograph by Jamie Kreher “St. Louis never disappointed me. She was there at every turn. Turn from the river with your back to the east, and you can see the dust of the prairies granulating the light. I’m tempted to say ululating, for there is a persistent tremor...

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