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Guess the City 166

Gedunker

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The courthouse looks like the one in South Bend, Indiana.
 

BKM

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My GOD!

I am so embarrased that I didn't guess this one. I am hopeless at aerial photographs. (This is my hometown).

I can now point out the Three Rivers Apartments (Fort Wayne's 1960s attempt at "urban" highrise downtown living and One Summit Square (the big skyscraper), built for a local branch that has been amalgamated into yet another national banking company.

I actually ate at Coney Island the last time I was at home. Along with Fort Wayne's little known but much better local equivalent to White Castle-Power's Hamburgers. Yum! Urgh. Call out the electric shock paddles!

Fort Wayne has a fantastic downtown courthouse. They cleared a parking lot, and there is now a nice green square in front of it. Not that downtown fort Wayne needs more open land, but...
 

boiker

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BKM said:
I am so embarrased that I didn't guess this one. I am hopeless at aerial photographs. (This is my hometown)
and to think.. I hand picked this town from the thousands in america and posted just for you... :(
 
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