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      Crazy Horse Memorial 
    Crazy Horse Memorial, located at 43.8368, -103.6244, between Custer and Hill City in South Dakota, will be the world's largest sculpture—carved out of Thunderhead Mountain. When complete, the sculpture will be 641 feet (195 m) wide and 563 feet (172 m) high. By comparison, the heads of Mount Rushmore are 60 feet (18 m) high.

    It began in 1948 by sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski at the request of several Lakota chiefs. The sculpture portrays the warrior Crazy Horse, who among other things, led the Oglala Sioux at the battle of Little Bighorn in 1876.

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      Friends of the Mississippi River 
    Description: Friends of the Mississippi River is a leading citizen organization working to protect and enhance the Mississippi River in the Twin Cities metropolitan area. Our three-fold approach to our mission embraces the goals of improving water quality, protecting riverfront land, and cultivating a "Sense of Place" by introducing people to the river through a variety of educational, recreational, and volunteer events
    Added on: 17-Feb-2006 Hits: 1207
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      Springbrook Nature Center - Fridley, MN 
    Springbrook Nature Center is currently the largest and most heavily used park in Fridley, Minnesota. Nature Center designation for this large park by the Fridley City Council occurred after strong public debate and a public referendum 29 years ago in 1974.

    Springbrook's original 124 acres were purchased by the City in 1970 and 1971 using Land and Water Conservation Funds from federal grants. An additional three acres was added on the south boundary in 1981 by Northern States Power Company to compensate for the park area that their second high power line would cover. This brought the nature center to its current size of 127 acres.

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