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We are back on the East Coast, this time in Northwest Georgia. It is evening and the State Park that houses this remarkable structure is closed for the evening.
History was made here in the early 1800s, when this building was constructed. It is not an imposing structure. None of the buildings on the site are, but a great nation formed its first legislature here, issued its first newspaper, and signed away its future. Can you guess where we are?
Did you guess our location from the last posting. There, we shared this image in black and white. Here it is in full color.
And the location? You probably guessed it is the Grand Canyon. More specifically, we took this image after hiking to Shoshone Point to the east of the main park area. Here is a second view from the other side of the monolith on the Point.
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