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Going to Kansas City

It may be a big city, but this energetic, fun-to-visit Midwestern hub holds tight to its small-town charms.
  • Margo Wagner

    one of my favorite doorways/storefronts on the Plaza (Kansas City, MO)

  • Marilyn Odle

    Going to Kansas City, Missouri: Halls Department Store in Kansas City opened in 1913 by the founder of Hallmark Cards. Halls remains the city's most elegant department store in the city. Photo Credit: Brooke Slezak

  • Charlene Dean

    .... the ironwork!!!! To die for.......... I'm in <3

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