Kansas City Workhouse

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It's too bad that so many of these cool medieval style buildings were built originally to be prisons. The Kansas City Workhouse got its name by not only being a prison but a place where prison labor was capitalized on. Even the limestone fortress was a product of prison labor with the prisoners cutting the blocks for the structure. It's a bit ironic that the prisoners built their own method of incarceration - somewhat analogous to digging your own grave. (Photo by Veronica Vides)

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