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Category:Desert View Tower (In-Ko-Pah, California)

The Desert View Tower was built in 1922-23 by Bert Vaughn of San Diego, with the addition of a ground-floor extension in the 1950s. It is located at the end of In-Ko-Pah road, near Jacumba Hot Springs in Southern California. It sits above Interstate 8 and adjacent to remaining segments of Old U.S. Route 80 near the border between California and México. The grounds around the tower include a sculpture garden known as Boulder Park, including figures of animals and Native Americans carved from the indigenous rock by Merle Ratcliff in the early 1930s.

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Instance of observation tower
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  • place listed on the National Register of Historic Places
32° 39′ 32.4″ N, 116° 05′ 56.4″ W
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Desert View Tower (en); Пустинна кула (bg)

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Coyote's Flying Saucer Retrievals and Repair Service, a nearby folk-art installation/roadside attraction

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