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  • This is the Court House Building located one block east of Country Club between Main Street and University Drive. The building is one block South of Van Buren on the SW Corner of Monroe and First...
  • This is the largest and most comprehensive hospital with the busiest emergency department in the state. The new Desert Medical Pavilion is a state-of-the-art five-story medical office building wi...
  • The Convention Center is one of the largest facilities in Mesa that hosts various large-scale events each year. It is a full-service event facility located in the heart of downtown Mesa. The Cent...
  • This striking Clock Tower is located in Mesa Community College campus and is 56` tall. The structure appears pretty simplistic but stands out as a landmark - effortless and elegant.
  • Here is a refreshing fusion of English Tudor and contemporary design located on beautiful Lake Havasu. Featuring one hundred and twenty two studios and one and two bedroom suites, Lake Havasu hot...
  • This Lighthouse was actually the precursor to the formation of the Lighthouse Club in Lake Havasu City. It was the inspiration that set the Lighthouse Club into action. It is located at the Lake ...
  • The stained glass windows of Community Presbyterian Church of Lake Havasu City were part of a church renovation begun in December 1985. The Christ Window was professionally designed and crafted b...
  • One of Lake Havasu`s most celebrated attractions is the 161-year-old London Bridge, the world`s largest antique. The picturesque bridge and village are surrounded with scenic views that are excep...
  • This Theater was built in 1929 to serve as vaudeville and a move house. The Fox was originally to be called "The Tower" but was changed to the Fox prior to opening. Opening night on Apr...
  • It is the classic architectural style of Steinfeld Mansion that appears so attractive. The Steinfeld Mansion was constructed in 1900 as the Owl Club that was later bought by Albert Steinfeld. Loc...
  • Dedicated in 1932 this Chapel was built over the ruins of an older church that got destroyed in a tornado. Both were constructed by the El Fuerte community upon the hill where the Chapel stands....
  • Built in 1929 this building has the distinction of being Tucson`s first skyscraper that towered high above the one-level houses. It is no longer the tallest building in downtown Tucson but it rem...
  • The Sedona Chamber of Commerce offers first class visitor services to assist more than 350,000 visitors a year. It remains a vital spot for visitors coming to Sedona as it makes sure visitors com...
  • This is a Public library that is affiliated with the library system that serves Sedona, AZ. The collection of the library contains 76338 volumes. The library circulates 192453 items per year. The...
  • The chapel rises out tall from a thousand foot red rock formation, characteristic of Sedona. This beautiful church nestles in natural rock where seemingly it appears closest to God. This man-made...
  • This is a beautiful religious structure in Sedona. The Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church is an Anglo-Catholic parish that stands for historic Christianity in the Anglican tradition. It is part ...
  • This is an Art Deco skyscraper office building in downtown Phoenix, located at the southeast corner of First Avenue and Jefferson Street near Patriots Square Park. Built in 1929 by George Luhrs w...
  • This new city hall replaced the former city hall that was located in the Calvin C. Goode Municipal Building commonly known as Old City Hall. The stunning new city hall for the City of Phoenix is ...
  • Known earlier as Valley Bank Center and Bank One Center, this is the tallest building in the state of Arizona that was built in 1972. At 483 feet tall, it is a 40 storey building that is occupied...
  • This skyscraper located at North Central Avenue in Phoenix was formerly occupied by a hotel of the same name. When completed in 1928, the 208-foot hotel was the tallest building in Arizona, and r...
  • This fabulous landmark building has housed Flagstaff’s first telephone exchange company, various restaurants, a theater, radio station and a billiard hall. It has also survived fire, harsh ...
  • Located on San Francisco Street between Birch and Cherry Avenue the new County Administration Building was recently completed. The emphasized round-arched windows are a symbolic reference to the ...
  • Located in downtown Flagstaff, this old building features a wide variety of concerts and other performances. Orpheum Theater remains a local landmark in historic downtown Flagstaff that had been...
  • The observatory located one mile west of downtown historic Flagstaff was founded by Percival Lowell in 1894 and remains a fine landmark. The observatory has a rich history of observations, among ...