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If you click the “Circuses” button on the side menu it gives you an alphabetical list of Circuses from the United States, as well as a bunch of circus related links. Each link goes to that Circus’ homepage, where you can learn tons of nifty stuff about them. A favorite of mine is Circus Flora. Their site is really well put together. Now that’s a circus I’d like to see.
“History” is the next button on the menu. If you want to learn about the rich history of the circus click here. A time honored tradition from the time of Rome until the present. How did it start? Find out by reading here.
“Lore” to me is the heart and soul of this site. Here is where you can find out about every aspect of the circus from participating to attending. Well written and thought provoking it doesn’t seem like another history lesson.
Let’s go to the Circus!
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