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Roman Columns in Arizona

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Roman Columns in Arizona

Roman Columns in Arizona

Roman Columns in Arizona

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There are seven Roman columns in the town park of Patagonia, Ariz., and some citizens say they stick out like seven sore thumbs. The pillars have been a source of consternation ever since they were installed a year ago. NPR's Renee Montagne talks with Ann Mihalik, a Patagonian who's on a committee to decide the fate of the columns.

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