Salt Lake City’s Virgin Mary

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SALT LAKE CITY - A single tree in downtown Salt Lake City draws visitors from near and far. 

The tree, located near 700 South and 300 East in Salt Lake City, became an icon of its neighborhood and has spiritual significance for many.

In this week's Uniquely Utah, FOX 13's Todd Tanner looks at the tree where some say an image of the Virgin Mary once appeared.

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