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First, a quick review of today’s questions:
- A chapel in this city is home to more Catholic relics than anywhere else in the world except for the Vatican.
- This city’s zoo is the only zoo in the country to be accredited by the relevant organizations as a zoo, an aquarium, and a botanical garden.
- Every July (usually on the Fourth), people in this city gather to promote “satire, liberty, and lunacy” at the annual Doo Dah Parade.
- Pittsburgh, PA–Saint Anthony’s Chapel, or the Shrine of St. Anthony of Padua as it’s officially known, was originally built in 1880 by Friar Suitbert Mollinger, who was the pastor of the Most Holy Name of Jesus Church, which still sits nearby.
- Indianapolis, IN–The Indianapolis Zoo is a private non-profit organization, receiving no tax support and is supported entirely by membership fees, admissions, donations, sales, grants, and an annual fundraiser.
Columbus, OH–Every July 4, Columbus holds the Doo Dah Parade, which features political satire, tributes (both good and bad) to celebrities and wacky costumes.
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