Where in the Valley: Stately Stonework

Can you identify this opulent entryway?


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This intricate carving is part of a structure that stands 119 feet high and was once referred to as the “greatest architectural work on this continent” by The New York Times. It took the work of more than 500 stone carvers a whopping 14 years to complete, construction that surpassed the high price tag it is widely associated with. 

Can you identify the name and location of this opulent entryway? Submit your answer and memories of this location below. The first reader with the correct response will have his or her name in our next issue. Good luck! 


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