Antler Arch in Fairbanks, Alaska

The world’s “Farthest North Antler Arch,” is located at the Morris Thompson Cultural Center in Fairbanks, Alaska. The arch is made from over 100 caribou and moose antlers collected in Interior Alaska. Fairbanks is located at the northernmost point of the Parks and Richardson highways.

Photo by Serine Reeves

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