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The largest city in Missouri.
Note: Known as the “Gateway to the West” because of its importance as a staging area for wagon trains in the nineteenth century. The Gateway Arch, made of steel and several hundred feet high, stands in St. Louis in commemoration of this fact.
island city and seaport near the mouth of the Senegal River, and rail terminus north-northeast of Dakar, Senegal. The island and city are connected to the mainland by a land bridge. Saint-Louis, founded in 1659, is the oldest colonial city on the western African coast and was the administrative capital of the French West African territories of Mauritania and Senegal. The establishment of Dakar (with a better port), the building of the railroad linking the two cities, the creation of a French West Africa headquarters at Dakar, and the completion of the Dakar-Niger railroad led to the decline of Saint-Louis. It is now a fishing centre, river-rail transfer point for the trade of the Senegal valley, and home to Gaston-Berger University. Saint-Louis was designated a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2000. Pop. (2004 est.) 162,089.