The World’s Only Corn Palace

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The World’s Only Corn Palace

Built in 1892 in Mitchell, South Dakota, the Corn Palace was created to dramatically display the products of the harvest of South Dakota’s farmers, in murals on the outside of the building. The murals are made from thousands of bushels of corn and other grains and grasses such as wild oats, rye, straw, and wheat. Saydie and I needed to get gas, so we decided to fill up, eat and take a small detour to see the historic and one and only Corn Palace.

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