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    The largest man made earthen mounds in the western hemisphere. There is a great museum here that you can walk through and learn about the natives that were found here although, if my memory is correct, the Cahokian natives were not the original builders of the mounds. There was another native civilization who at it’s height may have been the largest city in the world (population) at the time yet mysteriously they left around 600 A.D. and never came back. Could this correlate with the final battle and extermination of the Nephite people by the Lamenites recorded in The Book of Mormon?

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    My favorite place in to go when I’m back home!

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    The mounds are fascinating, the museum was excellent and the staff very friendly. Well worth the time to stop and spend an afternoon there walking around. I appreciate the efforts of all those who serve to protect the mound sites.

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    This is a very interesting place to go. I had no idea this was even here. But would recommend it for anybody close. Wear good shoes if you hike the mound or take the tour

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    The museum is very informative and kid friendly. The mounds are huge, the view from the top of monk’s mound is gorgeous. Wear comfy shoes because it is quite a climb.