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How Much Do You Know About Wichita?

How much do you know about Wichita? Check out these little-known facts about the city, and share them with you friends! It is National Trivia Day, after all, so see if you can stump even the Wichita history buff in your life!

WhiteStripes

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That Wichita is mentioned in the White Stripes' song 7 Nation Army? This is because Wichita served as an escape fantasy for Jack White, who dreamed of escaping the pressure of fame, according to movato.com. Photo by hippowallpapers.com.
BigShow

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That WWE's the Big Show briefly attended Wichita State University? Photo by ambwallpapers.com.
EisenhowerAirport

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That, due to Wichita's central placement in the country, travelers can fly from Wichita to any city in the continental U.S. in under five hours?
Gorilla

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That the Sedgwick County Zoo, which opened in 1971, has been ranked one of the best zoos in the country? The zoo, featuring over 3,000 animals, the Sedgwick County Zoo was named Traveler's Choice in 2015 by tripadvisor.com.
Playground

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That Wichita is home to 136 public parks?
Zombieland

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That Emma Stone portrays a character called Wichita in the 2009 film, Zombieland. The nickname references the character's birthplace. Photo by Tokyo5.wordpress.com.
Golfers

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That Wichita is ranked the top golf destination in the state, with twenty 18 hole courses in and around the city?
Wichita

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That Wichita was ranked the least congested city in America, based on a report by homeinsurance.com. The findings were based on population density, traffic in the city and student to teacher ratios.
KeeperofthePlains

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That the Keeper of the Plains is the 12th tallest statue in the United States? It stands 44 feet tall.

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