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Eads Bridge Cam

St. Louis

Enjoy live views of the Eads Bridge in St. Louis. This impressive and iconic structure spans a total length of 6,442 feet, with the Mississippi River flowing underneath. Web cam is flash streaming video.

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Mark Twain Cam

Hannibal

Enjoy Mark Twain's boyhood home with views of Tom Sawyer's white-washed fence and the Mississippi River rolling behind in the background.

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Saint Louis University Cams - Billiken Sports Center

St. Louis

Make sure you tune in to this webcam during baseball season for a live view of the Billiken Sports Center, home to SLU's baseball team since 1992!

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Saint Louis University Cams - Campus View

St. Louis

Enjoy a live view of the Doisy Research Center and Caroline Mall from the Caroline Building! The uniquely designed research center is named after Edward A. Doisy, who founded SLU's Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Department in 1924.

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Saint Louis University Cams - Clock Tower

St. Louis

Located in the center of campus, the Joseph G. Lipic Clock Tower Plaza - or "Clock Tower" for short - is a favorite spot for students looking to relax, socialize with classmates or hold events. Built in 1993, the tower is surrounded by an amphitheater and fountain.0

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Saint Louis University Cams - DuBourg Hall

St. Louis

Look out from DuBourg Hall toward Grand Boulevard and the Busch Student Center (BSC) with this live webcam! Home to several departments, student organizations and meeting areas, the BSC is a central focus of campus.

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Saint Louis University Cams - Griesedieck Hall

St. Louis

Explore DuBourg Hall and Pius XII Memorial Library with a live view from Griesedieck Hall! DuBourg Hall is named after SLU's founder, Louis Guillaume Valentin DuBourg, and the 215,000 SF Library was named after Pope Pius XII.

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St. Louis Arch - South View

East St. Louis

Watch as the CityArchRiver 2015 project takes shape with these HD webcam views. This special project will connect the Gateway Arch grounds with the East and West riverfronts, making it easier and safer for visitors to experience the park grounds and museums surrounding the iconic landmark.

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St. Louis Arch Cam

East St. Louis

Enjoy live views of the Gateway Arch in St. Louis from across the Mississippi River. See this iconic structure, which holds the title of the world's tallest man-made monument.

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St. Louis Arch Panorama

East St. Louis

Experience views of St. Louis like never before with this high resolution interactive panorama. Discover points of interest around the city, including the Old Courthouse, Mississippi River, Eads Bridge and of course, the Gateway Arch.

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St. Louis Cam

St. Louis

In the heart of downtown St. Louis, Kiener Plaza and the Morton D. May Amphitheater command a dramatic view of the Old Court House and the Gateway Arch. The park's centerpiece is a pool and fountain with a statue, "The Runner" by William Zorach.

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