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Tempe earned its name in 1879 by “Lord” Darrell Duppa, the same Englishman who named Phoenix. When Duppa saw the Salt River Valley and Tempe Butte, he thought it resembled the Vale of Tempe, a valley in Greece adjacent to Mount Olympus.
Tempe’s bustling downtown area is a high-energy metropolis with many major landmarks. Arizona State University, one of the largest universities in the US, is one of the most influential. Home of the Sun Devils, its stadium was the host for Super Bowl XXX and also to college football’s Tostitos Fiesta Bowl and Insight Bowl. Mill Avenue, located in downtown Tempe and home to a wide variety in atmosphere, was named after The Hayden Flour Mill. The mill still stands at the end of the few-block stretch, and is the oldest continuously used industrial site in the Salt River Valley.
Since 1969 Tempe has been home to the annual Tempe Festival of the Arts, which is one of the largest arts and entertainment festivals in the Southwest. Casey Moore’s Oyster House is another entertainment and historical landmark known for its long and rich history and supposed haunting. Tempe is also home to the original Four Peaks Brewery whose craft beer is distributed nationwide.
Tempe is an award-winning, bike-friendly and recreational town with over 150 miles of dedicated bikeways. Some of the Valley’s most locally loved parks like Papago, Kiwanis and Hayden Butte are also located in Tempe, making it an epicenter for active lifestyles.
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