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Main and Elm Streets in Dealey Plaza in Dallas, Texas as of June 10, 2006 (Elm is at the right). The white concrete pergola where Abraham Zapruder filmed the assassination of U.S. President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963, is at the right side of the scene, with the Grassy Knoll to the left of it. Kennedy was struck by the final bullet at a position just to the photo-left of the lamp-post in front of the pergola. The "triple underpass" is in the photo centre. Original picture taken by Nathan Stringer. Imported in Commons from

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