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Tiny Town (miniature park)

Tiny Town, in Springfield, Missouri, was the first city built in miniature and had over a thousand structures. A smaller village version was completed in 1919, while the larger full version was completed in 1925. It was motivated primarily by a local homebuilding promotion. The project involved 10,000 students from eighteen Springfield public high schools. The superintendent of the school system was a key instigator of the project and used it as a teaching aid to instruct students in government, home-ownership and citizenship.

Tiny Town & Railroad is a miniature village containing over 100 1/6 scale buildings and a 15 in gauge miniature railway close to Morrison, Colorado.

Tiny Town, Kentucky Unincorporated community in Kentucky, United States

Tiny Town is an unincorporated community located in Todd County, Kentucky, United States.It was also known as Breeze Inn.

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