At the northern end of the city is this period spectacular for another of the Shriner groups whose flamboyant designs include the even more spectacular Irem Temple in Wilkes-Barre ( LU31). Here, brilliantly hued tiles in Moorish detail clad the stepped tower that is reminiscent of Morocco.
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