Where is Cadillac Ranch?
The most photographed attraction, during a road trip on Route 66 through the USA, is the free-standing Cadillac Ranch in a field by the roadside of Route 66.
Cadillac Ranch is not a Ranch, but a public art installation located about five kilometers west of Amarillo, Texas. Ten to half Cadillacs slanted into the ground await you here.
In 1974, artists Chip Lord, Hudson Marquez and Doug Michels, who were part of the Ant Farm group, created the Cadillac artwork. Due to its proximity to historic Route 66, it became a popular sight on the tour through Texas. Symbolically, the Cadillacs represent the freedom that the automobile brought with it and its fascination and attraction.
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