Learn more about the colony known as the Koreshan Unity, which believed the entire universe existed within a giant, hollow sphere. Dr. Cyrus Teed led the people from Chicago to Koreshan. The colony began fading after Teed´s death in 1908, and in 1961, the last four members deeded the land to the state. What remains of their once vibrant community are 11 beautifully maintained historic structures that date from 1882-1920, as well as landscaped grounds, which include unique, ornamental exotic vegetation from throughout the world. Today, visitors can fish, picnic, boat and hike where Teed´s visionaries once lived and created their own utopia.
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