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  Multi-cultural galleries, specialty shops on Euclid Avenue One of St. Louis' featured business districts hosts an assortment of fine restaurants, multi-cultural galleries, specialty shops on Euclid Avenue, Maryland Plaza and McPherson Ave.

ST. LOUIS, MO, ( - The Central West End is an eclectic, cosmopolitan showplace of St. Louis. Located in the central corridor of the City, just north of Forest Park, the area is a popular gathering place. A fine selection of restaurants and sidewalk cafes are nestled in with notable art galleries, antique shops, specialty shops, boutiques and bookstores.

The area was created during the period of the City's westward expansion in the late 19th century and the building boom of the 1904 World's Fair. During this time, private streets with beautiful, luxurious residences were built. Today, the stately homes on tree-lined streets maintain the prestigous neighborhood.

The Cathedral Basilica of Saint Louis, located at 4431 Lindell Blvd., contains the world's largest collection of mosiac art, covering 83,000 square feet. The cathedral, designated a basilica in 1997, was built between 1907 and 1909.

The interior mosaics took a father and son team nearly 80 years to create using than 41 million pieces of tile in over 7,000 colors. A Mosaic Museum, located in the lower level of the cathedral, traces the contruction and installation of tiles. The glittering green dome is a landmark feature of the Central West End.

Angel of Harmony at New Cathedral Basilica St. Louis
The Angel of Harmony, a stainless steel sculpture of an African-American angel, created by artist Wiktor Szostalo, features massive uplifted wings comprised of copper and brass wind chimes.
The Angel of Harmony, a stainless steel sculpture of an African-American angel, was commissioned by the Archdiocese of St. Louis for the visit of Pope John Paul II in January, 1999. The sculpture, created by artist Wiktor Szostalo, features massive uplifted wings comprised of copper and brass wind chimes.

It is the gift of Adelaide Schlafly in memory of her late husband, Daniel. The angel's arms are outstretched over three children of different ethnic and racial backgrounds playing a "Hymn of Peace" on diverse instruments. Quotations from the New Testament, Pope John Paul II, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and a dedication to Mr. Schlafly are inscribed on the base.

A life-size bronze sculpture of Pope John Paul II, by artist Rudy Torrini, sits on a red Missouri granite base outside the cathedral. The sculpture was commissioned by the Archdiocese of St. Louis to commemorate the Papal Visit, January 1999. For more information, call (314) 458-4343.

The Chase Park Plaza, at Kingshighway between Lindell and Maryland Plaza, has been rennovated for hotel accommodations and upscale private residences. The complex features restaurants, a movie theatre and banquet facilities.

A new fountain, retail shops, restaurants, sidewalks with planters and historic style street lights create a European feeling on Maryland Plaza.

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