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The county is known for its wooded beauty and artesian mineral springs. Once considered the Eighth Wonder of the World, West Baden Springs Hotel features a 200-ft dome suspended 130 feet above its mosaic tile atrium floor. The nearby town of French Lick, began as a French trading post and was developed into a vacation resort. Orleans, the region’s oldest town, is known for its flowering dogwood trees and was declared a Dogwood Capital of Indiana by the state’s governor in 1970. Furthering
Medium type: Stone/Marble
Date created: 2001
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