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Oklahoma City is an exciting place to live and visit. The South Lindsey neighborhood developed in the heart of the city, amidst major intersections, busy freeways, hospitals, museums and the University of Oklahoma. It is an energetic part of town, full of industrious people by day, and lit up with the tantalizing lights of the city by night, a place where excitement and opportunity seem to be hidden around every corner and life is brimming with anticipation and wonder.
South Lindsey absorbs it all. College students make their way to and from classes, often while maintaining flexible work schedules as they pursue the things necessary to earn their degrees. Many live in typical college apartment homes, where neighbors change from time to time as they graduate and become professionals in their fields. Homes in the area are older. Most of them were built between the 1930s and 1970s; several are rented to college students in the area.
One of the more interesting sites to visit in Oklahoma City is the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum, located on the west side of town a few miles beyond Interstate 235 and Highway 77. According to the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum website, “The Memorial and Museum are dedicated to educating visitors about the impact of violence, informing about events surrounding the bombing, and inspiring hope and healing through lessons learned by those affected.”
Oklahoma City changed forever on April 19, 1995, when a tragic bombing occurred. Since that time, Oklahomans have united to heal and overcome the deep scar within their community, that was created by the event. The memorial is a tribute to all citizens in Oklahoma, a place of peace and reflection for all who visit.