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Big, open and welcoming, Kansas City is famed for its fountains, barbeque, and jazz. However, the latter doesnt boom as it once did, but the jazz museum can make it for you, filling you in on what Jazz was like when Charlie parker was around the echoing streets blowing notes. Also, neighborhood like Westport makes KC, a perfectly attractive area to explore.
Kansas-City is the largest city in the US state of Missouri. The city had an estimated population of 447,306 inhabitants in 2006. Kansas City was founded in 1838 and was incorporated in 1850. The city has earned a distinct name nation-wide for its contribution to the cuisine as well as to the musical styles of blues and jazz.
Kansas City claims to have more than 200 fountains and thus is referred to as City of fountains. A notable number of fountains are concentrated in the area of Country Club Plaza. However, streetscape is marked with numerous small fountains throughout the region. Since the area is developed at the confluence of the Missouri River and the Kansas River, it receives humid continental climate. The weather turns mild to cold in winters and hot, humid in summers.
Kansas City has long been admired for its state-of-the-art architecture. It encompasses many interesting and renowned buildings such as the immense Bartle Hall Convention Center, the adjoined art deco Municipal Auditorium. Also, numerous steely skyscrapers such as the Kansas City Power and Light Building and One Kansas City Place, the KCTV-Tower, and the Liberty Memorial have long been grabbing tourists attention from around the world.
Parks and Recreation
The city features world-class symphony named Kansas City Symphony, founded by R. Crosby Kemper Jr. in 1982. Presently, the symphony is presented at the Lyric Theatre in Downtown Kansas City. The current lead conductor and music director of the symphony is the world-renowned Michael Stern.
Also, one of the nations premier local opera company is the Lyric Opera of Kansas City, offering American contemporary operas. The Lyric Opera is located at the Lyric Theatre, and is likely to move to the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts in 2009.
The citys popular ballet troupe is the Kansas City Ballet comprising 25 professional dancers and apprentices. The Ballet is also located at the Lyric Theater and showcases its performance annually. It features repertory mainly split into three seasons which ranges from old to modern-day ballets. As of music scene, KC once had a bebop influence at its height during 1930s and 40s.
It was a wide open town in which night clubs were allowed to remain open from dusk to dawn. But gone are the days. Today, the whole city echoes with the contemporary instruments of live music. A large number of music venues can be found throughout the region conveniently. Amongst the recently emerged rock bands in Kansas City are The Leo Project, Puddle of Mudd, The Get Up Kids, Shiner, Flee The Seen, The Life and Times, Reggie and the Full Effect, Coalesce, The Casket Lottery and many.
Stroll down the well developed and nicely maintained eye catching parks in Kansas City. Hodge Park is the second largest park in the town occupying an area of 800 acres. The park presents visitors with a variety of attractions including Shoal Creek Golf Course, Hodge Park Golf Course, Shoal Creek Living History Museum, a large amphitheatre, athletic fields and the list continues.
Penguin Park is another gem featuring an ideal venue for children to plan out their birthday parties. Also, home to the Liberty Memorial and National World War I Museum is 130-acre historically significant Pen Valley Park. Its grounds are decorated with many commemorative statues such as The Scout, the Pioneer Mother Memorial and the Hiker.
In addition to parks and theater, there are many other enticing attractions for outsiders. The National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial exhibiting an extraordinary intellectual and emotional experience.
The museum is a depiction of the people of Kansas City and is designed by Ralph Appelbaum Associates. The concerned authority is making remarkable efforts to bring history to life and to promote timely discussions of values, ethics, conflict resolution and decision-making.
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