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Squigally castle

I spent last winter in Mesa Az. I remember driving down Main street in the down town area. I saw a 2-story building whose exterior was made out to look like a mideval castle, only squigally. Since getting back home in Canada I tried without success to find it with Google Earth. Where would this place be located?

Larry Evans

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1. Re: Squigally castle

Not sure what you mean by squigally and can't think of any place that looks like a castle. You don't mean the Mormon Temple by any chance?

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do you remember nearest cross street. I have never seen such a building. This is a pic of Mormon Temple but i dont think that's it:


There is a castle-like bldg in PHX area:


Mesa, AZ
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3. Re: Squigally castle

Hi Larry E. ,

I think you mean the Eclectic Monkey Emporium. The mural represents a melting building. You can see the Arizona sunset in the reflection of the painted windows. >> http://goo.gl/3o4mD

Let us know if this is what you were trying to find. Here are some finished photos with La Carmina (travel blogger) --> http://goo.gl/WVYjk

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If you were driving on the 60, I would think that you are talking about Mesa Golfland Sunsplash. By any chance did you drive on Hampton to Cruise America? You would definitely see the castle, although I don't know if you would consider it squigally. Hope this helps.

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