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Anthology of Argentine Wall


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Anthology of Argentine Wall The prevailing spirit of Argentine and its people inspired local artists to document the life and times of residents of the Argentine area with a mural that is 220 yards in length and its highest point is 30 feet high. It took six artists ten months to complete the work, which traces the Argentine district of Kansas City, Kansas, from the Hopewell Indians to present day. There is an informative brochure available at the Kansas City Convention and Visitors Bureau office at 727 Minnesota (8:30 5:00 M F).


Admission: No charge
Hours: Daylight hours
Address: 30th and Metropolitan Ave
Phone: 800-264-1563
Our Email: cvb@kckcvb.org

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Anthology of Argentine Wall

The prevailing spirit of Argentine and its people inspired local artists to document the life and times of residents of the Argentine area with a mural that is 220 yards in length and its highest point is 30

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