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- Before becoming interested in acting, Tom Cruise aspired to be a priest and briefly attended a Franciscan seminary in this city.
- In 1998, to mark the 100th anniversary of its incorporation, the officials of this city buried a Plymouth Prowler in its Centennial Park.
- This city is home to the largest children’s museum in the world.
And here are the answers:
- Cincinnati, OH—It’s a little hard to picture now after all those Mission Impossible movies, but when he was a youth, Cruise was thinking about becoming a priest.
- Tulsa, OK—The car, wrangled from the Chrysler Corporation, was actually sealed in a vault and then covered with dirt. When it is unearthed in the year 2048, it will be returned to Chrysler.
- Indianapolis, IN—The Children’s Museum in Indy spans 500,000 square feet and houses over 100,000 items. One of its most noteworthy exhibits is Dinosphere, where you can watch paleontologists clean dinosaur bones.
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