St. Louis is built on the western bank of the Mississippi river, it borders Illinois too. It is in Missouri and it’s in the United States of America. St. Louis is home to about 315,685 people. St. Louis was founded in 1764 in was founded by Auguste Chouteau. St. Louis was the capital of Missouri at one point until they moved the capital more central to Jefferson City in 1826.

St. Louis

  • The Arch: A 630-foot tall monument built out of stainless steel, it was built at an invert, it’s the world’s tallest arch.

  • Busch Stadium: A baseball park, referred to as Busch Stadium 3, home to the St. Louis Cardinals.

  • St. Louis Zoo: It is recognized as a leading zoo in animal management, research, conservation, and education. It is located in the Forest Park.

  • Forest Park: It’s in the western part of the city and it’s 1,371 acres.

  • World Aquarium: The World Aquarium is an interactive animal exhibition, conservation research center, and animal sanctuary.

Histroical Sites

Transportation

  • Bus

  • Car

  • Bike

  • Walk
  • Metro Train

Climate

 

Month

High °F          

Low °F

January       

39

23

February

45

28

March

55

37

April

68

46

May

77

57

June

86

66

July

90

72

August

88

70

September

80

61

October

68

48

November

55

37

December

43

27

St. Louis cuisine, the food culture of the Greater St. Louis area, has a long history and broad range of influences. The cuisine's influences primarily stem from Italian, German, Irish, and French cuisines, but it includes many American contributions. The cuisine includes unique forms of pizza, barbecue, ravioli, pork, and pastries.

 

Food

Sports/Recreation

The St. Louis Blues are a professional ice hockey team in St. Louis. They are members of the Central Division of the Western Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). The team is named after the famous W. C. Handy song "Saint Louis Blues", and plays in the 19,150-seat Scottrade Center in downtown St. Louis. The franchise was founded in 1967 as one of the expansion teams during the league's original expansion from six to twelve teams. The Blues are the only surviving Expansion Six NHL team that has not won the Stanley Cup.


St. Louis is represented in Major League Baseball by the Cardinals, founded in 1882 and playing in the league since 1892. The team won its first World Series in 1926, winning its 11th and most recent in 2011. The team plays at the 43,795-seat Busch Stadium (the third ground to bear that name), and has a view of the city's Gateway Arch

According to the Association of Religion Data Archives (2000), the largest religious group in the metropolitan area was Catholic with 650,000 members, followed by evangelical Protestant churches with 390,000 members and mainline Protestant churches with 210,000 members. However, 1.3 million St. Louisans were unclaimed by one of the 188 churches or groups studied by the association.

 

Arts/Culture

Language

Most people speak English or Spanish

  • Central West End: It borders Forest Park and it’s area is 1.89 sq miles

  • The Hill: It south of Forest Park and it’s area is 0.97 sq miles

  • Downtown St. Louis: It is the central business district and it’s area is 1.101 sq mile.

  • Lafayette Square: It is near Jefferson Avenue it’s area is 0.34 sq miles

  • Soulard: It is a french neighborhood and it’s area is 0.60 sq miles

 

Neighborhoods

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