St. Louis

City in Missouri, United States

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For other places with the same name, see Saint Louis (disambiguation).

The Gateway City of St. Louis is the epitome of the modern Midwestern metropolis. Missouri's second-largest city is vibrant but laid-back, populous but navigable, historic but still relevant. The city's planners have created an aesthetically beautiful city, with plenty of green space amidst buildings both old and new, framed by the majestic Mississippi and Missouri rivers. And capping it all is the world's tallest man-made monument, the beautiful and iconic Gateway Arch.

St. Louis is a city of culture and surprisingly inexpensive. Among American cities, only Washington, D.C. has more free attractions for tourists and residents alike. Hotels, restaurants, and even parking garages avoid the premium pricing common in other big cities. Although often overlooked, St. Louis can be an affordable, educational, and fun family getaway.


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  • St. Louis

    City in Missouri, United States

  • Busch Memorial Stadium

    Former stadium in St. Louis, Missouri (1966–2005)

  • Kiel Auditorium

    Arena in Missouri, United States

  • Wainwright Building

    United States historic place

  • Busch Stadium

    Baseball stadium in St. Louis, MO, US

  • Battle of St. Louis

    Part of the American Revolutionary War

  • Civic Center station (MetroLink)
  • Stadium station (MetroLink)
  • 8th & Pine station
  • United States District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri

    United States trial level federal district court based in St. Louis, Missouri


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