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Phoenix, Things To Do
Mar 25, 2013 - Phoenix peculiarities
The naturally form landscape, the geography and the interesting building designed of Phoenix, has created few interestingly peculiar sightings such as the pyramid shaped tombs, miniature railroads, strange rock formation and a high school with domed buildings painted to resemble planets. Whether you are driving or traveling on a bus around Phoenix there will be something that catches your attention.
One of them would be, the Phoenix Police Museum by retired officer Mike Nokilin with impressive displays of plastic police shield punctured by bullet holes, the first prison in Phoenix built in the 19th century "Jail Rock", a dedicated memorial room to honor the Phoenix police officers who lost their live in the line of duty, the first police helicopter, a hunk of I-beam from the World Trade Center, and "Leroi," Phoenix's first bomb disposal robot.
If you are heading towards downtown, make a pit stop at the Wesley Bolin Plaza - you can find one of the 16,000 pound anchors of the USS Arizona which was sunk by the Japanese during WWII and one of her two masts. Also not to be missed, the Hall of Flame where it exhibits the world’s largest collection of firefighting equipment in open galleries filled with fire engines, fire-fighting rigs, ladder wagons, parade carriages, hose wagons, chemical wagons, steam powered pumpers and all that you can imagine.
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