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The famous Ford Rotunda in Dearborn was destroyed in a massive fire on this day in 1962. At the height of its popularity in the 1950s, some 1.5 million people visited the Rotunda each year, making it the fifth most popular tourist attraction in the U.S. (behind Niagara Falls, Smokey Mountain National Park, the Smithsonian, and the Lincoln Memorial).

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