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Mason City is located in central northern Iowa. The city boasts itself on having the largest collection of Prairie School architecture in the state. Prairie School architecture is characterized by horizontal lines, flat roofs with overhanging eaves, grouped windows and integration with the landscape. It is most common to Midwestern states such as Iowa. Over 32 houses were built with the Prairie Style in the early 1900s and seventeen of which are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Local Newspapers: Globe-Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Iowa Barnstormers
Local Colleges: North Iowa Area Community College
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