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Viva Cuba's outdoor Civil War murals depict conflicts between the troops of Confederate General Sterling Price and Union General Thomas Ewing in September 1864.
The battles started at Fort Davidson, near Pilot Knob, Missouri, and ended with the rescue of the Union troops in Leasburg, Missouri. The murals, which span several buildings, were painted by Don Gray.
The murals are located in the town's historic district along the Route 66 corridor with dining and shopping nearby. Cuba, Missouri is known as "Route 66 Mural City."
The 12 outdoor murals depict scenes from local and national history, including visits from Harry S. Truman, Amelia Earhart and Bette Davis. Every mural has a story.
A brochure is available at the I-44 Visitor Center (Exit 208) and at area businesses. A step-on narrated bus tour service is available.
The murals are located along the Route 66 Corridor with dining and shopping available.
Route 66 Part One
Route 66 is a great way to explore the Show-Me State and to see some truly unique sites.
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