🠈  About Cedar City  🠊

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Cedar City is a town in South Central Utah named for the juniper trees growing in the area which the pioneers had identified as cedars, most likely due to Biblical references to the cedars of Lebanon.

The town was founded by Henry Lunt during the blizzard of November 11, 1851, and incorporated February 18, 1868.

Is the home of Southern Utah University and the Utah Shakespeare Festival. It is also the gateway to Kolob Canyon and Bryce National Park. Cedar City is a great central location for visiting all of Southern Utah's National Parks.

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