Around the Corner
As you might expect, this eye-catching architectural detail is on a building in an Arizona community known for desert surroundings and Western heritage. The community’s namesake is a German prospector whose discovery spurred the creation of one of the most profitable mines in state history.
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Walk This Way
The surrounding rocks are one big clue to this location. Here’s another: This ramp leads to a structure first imagined in 1932 and finally completed in 1956. And if not for the outbreak of a world war in between, it might have been built in Hungary, not Arizona.