**Points of Interest**

- Wayne Hotel
- Chanticleer Garden
- Radnor Trail System
- Anthony Wayne Theatre - art deco-style theatre

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... A projective plane consists of a set of lines, a set of

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**points**such that no line is incident with more than two of them ...

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**Points of Interest**

... The film The Fugitive, released in the early nineties, gives make-believe coordinates for the location of Richard Kimball ... If those coordinates are placed on a map, they are right outside Secor ...

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