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Remembering Fallen Mainers on Fourth of July

The Fourth of July is this Friday and we wanted to use this important holiday to highlight a special location in our city. Do you know where it is? Somewhere in Portland lies this marker that is dedicated to a group of Mainers who perished on the planes during the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks. Can you tell us where it is? As in the past few weeks, if you’re the first to let us know, I’ll give props to you and your town.

Your hint is: you can see two lighthouses from here. Let us know your answer on Facebook #PortlandQuest. On Friday, we will reveal the location of this week’s place and give the first person who correctly identifies it with their name and community.

Good luck.

 

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