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Visit Phoenix

Known as the Valley of the Sun, Phoenix has a population of approximately 1.5 million. Settled in 1867 as an agricultural community based on cattle, cotton, citrus and copper. Farming had driven Phoenix's economy until the end of World War II, when high tech industries began to move into the valley.

Phoenix City Hall

Located in downtown Phoenix, the city hall shows the city's logo, the Phoenix bird.

Phoenix Art Museum
Sky Harbor, Phoenix International Airport

Grand Canyon

Carved by the Colorado river 40 million years ago, it's over 400km long and almost 2km deep.

Camelback Mountain

Camelback Mountain

The city’s most famous landmark resembles a dromedary camel and the mountain challenges hikers with a hard but rewarding trek to its 2,700-foot “hump”.

Phoenix Suns

Eric Bledsoe shoots the ball vs the Denver Nuggets

Founded in 1968, the basketball team plays in the NBA, the most famous basketball championship.

Charles Barkley and Michael Jordan in the 1993 Finals

The Suns have 5 Pacific division titles and 2 Western conference titles.

Two-time MVP Steve Nash holding his trophy in 2006

The Suns arena is the Talking Stick Resort, it's considered one of the most modern arenas.

Night view of the arena and downtown Phoenix
Crowded arena during a match

Visit Phoenix

Maps of the tourist attractions

This page was created for a school project, with the purpose of enhancing students' awareness of different cultures and the importance of learning English.

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Rafael Blumm
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