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Heifer International Center Green Building. It has rather an unusual architecture. It was designed to be `green` or environmental friendly.
It is using small amounts of energy, due to the fact that it is made almost entirely of glass, letting the natural light inside. The address where visitors can satisfy their curiosity about this building is 1 World Avenue, Little Rock, AR 72202.
North Little Rock's Old Mill. This is where a scene from the famous movie `Gone with the wind` was filmed. It can be reached by taking a short drive from McCain mall.
Visitors can take tours of the place on their own, without paying an entering fee. Many outdoor activities can be put in practice here, and it's a great place for a fun day out in nature. Nature lovers should know that it is open all day long.
The Quapaw Quarter. It is a historical nine-square mile area, containing some of the oldest and historical parts of Little Rock. Visitors can admire the surroundings by taking a drive from the Governor's Mansion to MacArthur Park and admire the houses from the neighborhood, some of them dating from 1880.
The Arkansas Razorbacks are the stars here in Little Rock, covering both basketball and football, and many other sports.
The team wasn't always called the Razorbacks: in the early years of the university, the Cardinal served as nickname. Coach Hugo Bezdek called the players, in 1909, `a wild band of Razorback hogs`, and Razorbacks seemed a good nickname for the team.
For nature lovers, locals and visitors who came before advise them to drive outside the city for outdoor activities. One of the most popular tourist attractions in Little Rock is the Big Dam Bridge, considered to be the longest bridge in USA and the only bridge built inside a dam.
It is a popular place for walking or for bike events. It links 15 miles of trails in Little Rock and North Little Rock. The bridge is from Murray Park to Cook's Landing Park and it is considered to be more beautiful at night, because of all the lightings.
Little Rock Film Festival is an annual event held in Little Rock, in the downtown area. People can see famous actors, directors and producers from all over the world. Hundreds of films are being presented here, and educational workshops are also available. The festival is held every year, in spring. It is an opportunity for people to have fun and learn more about how movies are made.
Visitors say that Little Rock is filled with great bars, especially downtown. One of the most popular nightspots in Little Rock is `The Flying Saucer`, located downtown. This bar is for beer lovers, offering a wide variety of beer types. There are 2 piano bars in the city, and there are both open until 2 am: Willy D's and Ernie Biggs.
Cajun's Wharf (Riverdale) is a fine restaurant with live music. It's the perfect place for those who want a party on Thursday. The restaurant is open until 11, but that doesn't mean that the bar is closing at the same hour.
Juanita's (1300 S. Main Street) is a great choice to spend the evening listening to local bands. There are various theme nights including reggae, rock and blues.
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