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What is the Gateway Arch used for?


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2011-11-03 00:55:32
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The Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri is a monument representing expansion to the west. People can go up to the top of the Arch and view the city.


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The Gateway Arch was made of 88.3% steel. Mostly, the Arch part was steel.

900 Tons of stainless steel was used to build the Gateway Arch in St. Louis.

The Gateway Arch was completed in late 1965.

There are 1,076 stairs in the Gateway Arch.

The Gateway Arch is in Saint Louis, Missouri

The Gateway arch is in St Louis, Missouri

Eero Saarinen built the gateway arch in 1987

The Gateway Arch in St. Louis is one of the most recognizable landmarks in the United States. The arch was built out of steel.

the gateway arch looks like a big upside down u and its a arch

Not so much who, but what. The Gateway Arch symbolizes the US expansion Westward.

it represents the gateway to the west.

for fun and for the gateway to the west

it marked the gateway to the west

Because St Louis is the gateway to the West. It was the starting point for Lewis and Clark's Corps or discovery.

Well its called the Gateway Arch and St. Louis is the Gateway to the West theres your answer hope its useful!

St. Louis You would find the Gateway Arch in St. Louis.

Yes, the term Gateway Arch is a proper noun, the name of a specific thing.

The Gateway Arch is located at 100 Washington Ave in St Louis, MO.

The Gateway Arch in St Louis

The Gateway Arch is 630 feet tall and 630 feet wide.

The Gateway Arch weighs 43000 tons, of which nine hundred tons is stainless steel.

The Gateway Arch is in St. Louis, Missouri. The city is nicknamed "the Gateway to the West" In Paris (France) The Arc de Triomphe

The Gateway Arch is a memorial that was built in St. Louis Missouri. There were more than 250,000 involved in the construction and design of the Gateway Arch. There were 13 workers that died during its construction.

it symbolizes the gateway to the west.

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