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Mordework Commercial Center

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THE MORDEWORK COMMERCIAL CENTER

  The Mordework Commercial Center is the main commercial district of the city of Edwardston. It includes multiple shopping locations, a large traffic square with 3 metro entrances, and the rows of shops next to Highway 29, the main highway through this area. The district began construction in the late 19th century, as some of the buildings would suggest, and there are more modern buildings, like a strip mall.



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