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The monument commemorates the country’s expansion to the west.
Forest Park in Saint Louis is one of the most beautiful urban parks you can visit.
This impressive Romanesque-Neo-Byzantine style Catholic cathedral began construction in 1907 and was completed in 1914.
The Saint Louis Zoo is home to more than 14,000 animals, with some 500 different species, and it’s completely free.
You will love the koi pond and relaxing Japanese garden. You can also see Chihuly’s impressive glass sculptures around the botanical gardens.
The St. Louis Cardinals of Major League Baseball home is a must-see. Even if you’re not a huge baseball fan, visiting this iconic stadium will give you incredible views of St. Louis.
You can visit this historic building and the restored courthouses to learn more about America’s 19th-century court system.
It’s eight blocks with unique shops, art galleries, theater, live music, restaurants, excellent coffee culture, and St. Louis.