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Arizona, U.S.A.
Welcome to Glendale, Arizona.
Glendale is a city located approximately nine miles northwest from Downtown Phoenix, home to around 226,720 people. The City of Glendale calls itself Arizona's Antique Capital, and both USA Today and Sunset Magazine agree. With more than 70 antique and specialty shops adjacent to the lush city park and library, Glendale has been named one of the best cities in the country for shopping. The Caitlin Historic District is home to an abundance of adorable residential bungalows that are now converted to unique and quaint shops, while Old Town boasts further small-town atmosphere with brick-trimmed sidewalks and glowing gaslights. Stroll around the ten pedestrian friendly square blocks of Historic Downtown Glendale and experience all the wonderful boutiques and memorable restaurants the neighborhood has to offer. Downtown is not the only place for shopping however, and visitors can find plenty of retail at one of the largest malls in the region; the gorgeously designed Arrowhead Town Center. Right off the Loop 101 freeway, the shopping center features water fountains, a movie theater and over 170 shops and restaurants. For entertainment, head to the Arrowhead Entertainment District, which is home to an impressive number of highly acclaimed restaurants and ample fun for every age. And when you're ready for a night out, check out the Westgate Entertainment District's buzzing nightlife, wine bars and hot restaurants. Sports fanatics won't go home feeling deprived, as Glendale is home to two major sports venues: University of Phoenix Stadium and Gila River Arena. Catch a game with the Arizona Cardinals of the NFL, or cheer for the Arizona Coyotes NHL team. While you're in town, take a trip to the Deer Valley Rock Art Center a true Arizona pride.The Deer Valley Rock Art Center was opened in 1994 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Designed by architect Will Bruder, the archeological site boasts the largest concentrations of Native-American petroglyphs in the Valley. If youre up for a trip on foot, hike the short -mile trail to the Hedgpeth Hills and marvel at the wide array of indigenous plants, rich wildlife and over 1,500 petroglyphs!
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