Every spring, a lot of corn, grain and grasses used to travelingÂ the palace to create large murals, attracting thousands of visitors.
Corn Palace in Mitchell, South Dakota, is one of the most attractive tourist destinations of the country. The palace is a building built of concrete, steel and bricks. But each spring, thousands of bushels of corn, grain and grasses used to cover the palace to form a large mural. Each year the palace is decorated with a theme matching different. Hundreds of thousandsÂ travel to come here to enjoy the works of art decorated the walls of the palace.
At other times of the year, the palace Wu organize events like “beating corn” in July, the corn festival in August and Polka Festival in September. Corn Palace is also a “sports arena” for the school.
Corn Palace was built in 1892 as part of the six-day festival congratulations for a successful crop. The idea of decorating with Wu is to introduce the richness of the South Dakota region and encourage people to settle in this area. The success of the Corn Palace and the festival was to encourage people to invest in building a broader palace in 1905.
Each year, local artists decorate the palace with mealies natural color, different grains and native grasses such as flax, rye, wheat, oats, millet and straw. ..