Nat Geo wrote:Instead of imagining the thousands of people who once teemed on the grand plaza here, I keep returning to the fact that Cahokia Mounds in Illinois is one of only eight cultural World Heritage sites in the United States, and it's got a billboard for Joe's Carpet King smack in the middle of it.
Seriously, you guys need to come visit the metro east side of St. Louis and learn all the cool crap that happened here. The area may not be as relevant now as it used to be, but the history here is pretty hard to compete with.
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wrveres wrote:I had never heard the story. I knew of the Indian mounds there, and in St Louis, but not the actual story. Kinda cool. They have only excavated 1%, and they have no idea where the people went.