About St. Louis
Louis is a city best known for its rich history and its signature
monumentthe Gateway Arch.
People from every corner of the world converge on St. Louis to
visit the stainless steel marvel known as the Gateway Arch. At 630
feet tall, it's the nation's tallest monument. It was designed by
internationally renowned architect Eero
a monument to the spirit of the western pioneers.
Beyond the Arch, St. Louis is a city filled with culturally diverse
neighborhoods, exciting nightlife, professional sports, and more.
St. Louis boasts more than a thousand one-of-a-kind restaurants
and is currently home to more working blues musicians than any place
else in the world.
St. Louis is celebrating several important milestones in 2004.
The city is celebrating the bicentennial of the Louisiana Purchase
and the Lewis and Clark expedition as well as the centennial anniversary
of the 1904 "Meet Me in St. Louis" World's Fair and the
1904 Olympic Games.
To learn more about all there is to see and do in St. Louis, visit
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