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Composed of a series of educational venues, the Cranbrook Educational Community is a National Historic Landmark District in Detroit, Michigan. It was established in the early days of the 20th century by George Gough Booth, a newspaper mogul.

The campus is composed of 319 acres, albeit it started as a 174 acre farm in 1974. It is best known for its Arts and Craft Movement style architecture, primarily designed by Eliel Saarinen and Albert Kahn.

The Cranbrook Educational Community features two educational institutions, the Cranbrook Schools, a private PK-12 school with a boarding college prep school. It also has the Cranbrook Academy of Art, known as one of the country?s leading graduate schools focusing on art, design, and architecture. Aside from these, they also have a good number of educational establishments on the site.
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