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Saint George Map, Utah

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Saint George Sightseeing

The city of Saint George is a wonderful tourist destination. The welcoming Virgin River and hospitality of the region draw a number of tourists every year from across the globe. Historical sights, art & culture and an enthralling construction are all a part of this royal city. Most of these sights are open from morning to evening and serve as a wonderful reason to visit it. read more

Saint George Nightlife

Broadway musicals and plays are presented frequently from September to April by St. George Musical Theatre. There are free concerts by St. George Tabernacle on Fridays. The main street is alive on Thursday nights with the festival of entertainment called the Downtown Thursday Nights. This includes food, live music and artisans to entertain the locals. read more

Saint George Travel Guide

Saint George has different attractive places in the close vicinity to the city. On the eastern border of the city is Arizona while Washington borders the west. The river, mountains and red sandstone form a unique landscape of the city. Also, the desert and the national park are an unusual mixture on the east and south. read more

Saint George History

The city was initially a major cotton-growing farm of the state. In the year 1861, Brigham Young explored the cotton mission and eventually established the city. As the city was inclined towards religion and church service was extremely important in the past era, the city was named after an apostle recognized as George A. Smith. read more

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