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Address: 1st Av S & 8th St S, Wishek, ND
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Historic Stone and Masonry Civic Center

Built in 1942, this building is home to the annual Sauerkraut Day held yearly on the second Wednesday of October. Imagine rock and stone hauled from surrounding farms and then... read more

5 of 5 starsReviewed January 28, 2013
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Napoleon, North Dakota, United States

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Napoleon, North Dakota, United States
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5 of 5 stars Reviewed January 28, 2013

Built in 1942, this building is home to the annual Sauerkraut Day held yearly on the second Wednesday of October. Imagine rock and stone hauled from surrounding farms and then chisled to fit. A must see example of WPA/CCC build.

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5 of 5 stars Reviewed May 26, 2012

We've stopped by this site several times just to marvel at the history and architecture it embodies. A city of Wishek page (http://www.wishek-nd.com/cityinfo/civic-center.html) provides some background. Built of fieldstone hauled in from local farms, the building was completed in 1942 and became the center of public life in the town. The stonework was meticulous, and the concrete work, too, was... More 

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