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Reviewed September 24, 2016

We liked the vista view of Cleopatra Hill in Jerome. There is an information sign regarding Cleopatra Hill at the museum at Jerome State Historic Park. There is a big J for Jerome on the hill.

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Reviewed August 22, 2016

Cleopatra Hill is just above the town of Jerome and has a big white letter J The views are awesome in any direction you look

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Reviewed July 16, 2016

The hill with the J on can be seen for miles from Jerome...It is possible to drive around and is a well known landmark which towers over the town.... The hill has little in the way of vegetation but is still worth the visit..

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Reviewed May 14, 2016

This is the backdrop and locator for the town of Jerome, identified by the big letter J placed high on the hill. The letter is placed on and the town is situated on the east side of Cleopatra Hill. It takes only a few minutes to see Cleopatra Hill, but give yourself at least three hours to take in the sights of Jerome.

Thank Ron P
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Reviewed April 10, 2016

We discovered Jerome entirely by accident. We were staying in Sedona and rode the Verde Canyon Railway. We saw the big J on the hill and asked our train attendant what it was and she filled us in. Interested, we immediately drove up to check it out. This was once a mining town that was abandoned when the mine closed. Years later, hippies/artists sorta took over and now you have a really interesting place to visit. It is nothing like any other town full of galleries and artists that we have ever been to. The buildings are old and look like they might be having trouble staying up and some are in fact having problems. There are quite a few galleries/artists scattered all over. We had a very long conversation with one of the artists who works in glass and pottery. He was in fact a 60's hippie turned successful artist. There are some places to stay and eat. I think this could easily be a very exciting daytrip. The view from below the town looking up at it is really neat and the view from the town looking back down to the valley is equally nice. The place seems really unlikely sitting the way it does on the side of a steep hill. We plan on returning.

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