816 Day: Explore KC’s history through memorials around town

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Kansas City, Missouri, USA on March 22, 2014. A image of the Kansas City Scout overlooking Kansas City at sunrise. The Indian Scout is known as a Kansas City landmark and symbol of the city. The scout overlooks the Kansas City Skyline.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City is home to numerous memorials that pay tribute to the incredible people who have modeled our community over the years. Take a moment to explore and understand the individuals and organizations these memorials pay tribute to.


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