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Tovrea Castle


Tovrea Castle is a historic structure and landmark in Phoenix, Arizona. Locally known as the "Wedding Cake", it was built from 1929 to 1931 in a vernacular Modernist style by Alessio Carraro, and was originally intended as the hotel centerpiece of a planned destination resort, but was only used as a private residence. The castle is now part of the Phoenix parks system and is designated as one of the Phoenix Points of Pride. Plans were to fully open the site to the public in 2009, but cost overruns delayed the opening. Currently the park shows over 5,000 individual cacti in over 100 different varieties, all maintained by volunteers of the Tovrea Carraro Society. Guided tours of the grounds, first floor, and basement are offered.

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