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The Plaza of the Americas atrium in downtown Dallas, Texas, features shops, restaurants, and a skating rink.  
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Dallas is a city of skyscrapers, with several that are taller than 700 feet.  
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Designed by award-winning architect I.M. Pei, Fountain Place in Dallas's Arts District is among the most striking of the city's modernist skyscrapers.  
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Dealy Plaza and the Texas Book Depository were the site of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and are now home to the Sixth Floor Museum, which chronicles the history of the event and the life and legacy of President Kennedy.  
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The Myerson Symphony Center was designed by I.M. Pei and is home to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, the Dallas Wind Symphony, and the Dallas Sympthony Chorus.  
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A shark seen from the under-tank tunnel in the Dallas World Aquarium. The aquarium is home to sea life from all over the world, including many species from the Pacific Rim. Many endangered species are featured as are birds, bats, monkeys, and other terrestrial animals.  
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A gallery of decorative arts at the Dallas Museum of Art. The museum's collection of silver is considered one of the finest in the world.  
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The sculpture garden at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas. Architect Renzo Piano designed the sculpture center, which was established to house the private collection of Ray and Patty Nasher. Piano collaborated with landscape architect Peter Walker in designing the museum's two-acre garden. The museum is located next to the Dallas Museum of Art in the city's Arts District.  
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The Cathedral Santuario de Guadalupe, a 19th-century structure in Dallas's downtown Arts District.  
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