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      Salem Monument Attractions

      Here are the top Salem monument listings so you can find the best in Salem for your trip. Read these monument reviews written by real travelers. You can narrow these results using the filters to the left.
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      3.0 star rating
      (1 reviews)
      Salem, Oregon, United States
      Home of Salem Scuba, and
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      4.5 star rating
      (4 reviews)
      Portland, Oregon, United States
      go to PittockMansion.org for all the information
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      Portland, Oregon, United States
      The view of the city lights, and the city, while traveling over the bridge is beautiful. It ignites emotion, and wonder, and awe. Simply beautiful!
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      Portland, Oregon, United States
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      Portland, Oregon, United States
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      4.2 star rating
      (6 reviews)
      Eugene, Oregon, United States
      Autzen Stadium in Eugene, Oregon is the mecca for all Duck fans. Be on your guard though, the fans are crazy and are hostile to virtually any other team in the country..
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      4.0 star rating
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      Eugene, Oregon, United States
      I went to college here for a year. What a beautiful campus with some great shopping areas right outside the gates. It is a young hippy (yes i said hippy not hip)..
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      2.0 star rating
      (2 reviews)
      Thurston, Oregon, United States
      I dont know but my mom went there
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      Astoria, Oregon, United States
      This is an accurate recreation of the original fort built and occupied by Lewis and Clark when they first explored the West. Brilliant!
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      Astoria, Oregon, United States
      The Astoria Column is 125' tall and sits on top of Coxcomb Hill which is 600'. The view is amazing.
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