There were manned guard towers located at each corner, and halfway down each side of the wall. A large sweeping stairway ascended the center of the front building where a gold colored dome capped a nondescript entrance. The architecture of the stone veneer was very similar to the museums along the lakefront in Chicago. That was until I took notice of the twenty-foot tall cyclone fencing that ran parallel to the wall with rows of razor wire, top and bottom.
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