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To get lost among the cactuses: Desert Botanical Garden

Giants, hairy, plump, flower … All sorts, or almost all, of desert cactus were collected at the Desert Botanical Garden.

The 140-acre site in Papago Park is home to 21,000 plants, including 140 endangered species.

Three marked walks allow you to measure yourself against these curiosities of nature, and, in particular, with the tree species Saguaro, symbol of the Far West, which can reach 40 feet in height.

To do before embarking on the Cactus Road to the landscape planted with majestic cactus to reach the national parks.

1201 N Galvin Parkway, Phoenix

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Whether you are passionate about history or simply fond of beautiful things, a visit to the Heard Museum is essential when you are in Phoenix.

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To Admire the Art of the Southwest First Nations: Heard Museum

Whether you are passionate about history or simply fond of beautiful things, a visit to the Heard Museum is essential when you are in Phoenix.

The institution, founded in 1929 and housed in a Spanish colonial style building, is one of the most highly rated for its Native American art collections.

We discover the habitat, costumes and masks of the First Nations of the Southwest, as well as abstract sculptures in a garden where it is good to laze.

A favorite for contemporary graphic pottery inspired by the ancestors of the canyons and the hammered silver jewelry of the Navajos.

2301 N Central Avenue, Phoenix

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Impossible to go to Phoenix without trying the Green New American Vegetarian, who reinvents the American burger with vegan sauce.

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To deceive his taste buds: Green New American Vegetarian

The restaurant, along a wide road, does not stop. Still, impossible to go to Phoenix without trying the Green New American Vegetarian, which reinvents the American burger with vegan sauce.

The chef Damon Brasch proposes a meat-free variation with a guaranteed beef taste. Enjoy with fries seasoned with thyme and fried Brussels sprouts.

Do not forget to take a look at the wall decorated with old rainbow car doors. For a vegan dessert, take a few steps to the nearby address, Nami.

Green New American Vegetarian: 2022 N 5th Street, Phoenix, greenvegetarian.com

Nami: 2014 N 7th Street, Phoenix, tsoynami.com

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The First Christian Church, considered one of the most beautiful churches in America, fills architectural enthusiasts and photographers.

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To discover an astonishing architecture: First Christian Church

From a distance, with its tapered triangular bell tower 120 feet high, the First Christian Church on North Seventh Avenue, designed by the famous American architect Frank Lloyd Wright, recalls the Thai Buddhist temples.

The project, built in 1971, 12 years after the architect's death, was originally intended to be part of a university campus that never saw the light of day.

Otherwise, the building, considered one of the most beautiful churches in America, fills the architecture lovers and photographers.

The interior, in concrete and pink rock surrounding, hosts Sunday celebrations to which tourists can take part.6750 N 7th Avenue, Phoenix

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From October 31 to November 2, the large Mexican community of Arizona invades the streets during the Day of the Dead celebrations (Día de los Muertos).

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To Celebrate Halloween in Color: Día de los Muertos

From October 31 to November 2, the large Mexican community of Arizona invades the streets during the Day of the Dead celebrations (Día de los Muertos).

This festival, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an opportunity to create colorful altars dedicated to the dead, and covered with offerings, photos, flowers, food, paper cuttings, candles and incense.

Not-to-be-missed activities include the crazy parade and the corner of the Desert Botanical Garden. The star of these days is "La Catrina", a skeleton of an elegantly dressed woman.

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The Roosevelt Row Arts District has been transformed, thanks to its murals, into a trendy area with cafes, boutiques, galleries, theaters and artists' studios.

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To See Gigantic Wall Art: Roosevelt Row Street Art

Like Miami and its Wynwood Art District, Phoenix relies on street art to develop neighborhoods set back from the city center.

The Roosevelt Row Arts District (RoRo), to the north, once a bit sad, has transformed itself, thanks to its murals, into a trendy area with cafes, boutiques, galleries, theaters and artists' studios.

The industrial sites are home to works of very large format, including a spectacular landscape of Arizona at sunset. A plan, downloadable on the website of the neighborhood association, allows you to move in this still a little "raw" decor.

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