The historic town of Arrow Rock in central Missouri has gotten special recognition from the National Trust for Historic preservation. The Trust says it’s one of the country’s dozen distinctive detinations for historical tourism. Trust spokesman Jennifer Sandy says the designation could mean more visitors to the town, which has a recorded history dating back to Lewis and Clark. The National Historic Trust has put together lists of the dozen distinctive destinations for seven years. This is the first time a Missouri location has made the list.
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