The oldest building on Earth, the world-famous Granite City in Arizona, is almost four thousand years old.
Located in central Arizona, it was built by a group of early Spanish colonists, who were using the site as a trading post for Spanish goods.
The site is now part of the National Mall in Washington, D.C., but was originally a city of its own.
The city was founded by the Spaniards in 1492, when the first permanent Spanish settlement, known as La Palma, was established on the site.
It became known as Granite.
The town was named for its stone-lined streets, which were used to transport goods and people.
Today, Granite is known for its architectural beauty, with a rich array of art and architecture.
In 2012, a group from Granite made a documentary about the history of the town, entitled Granite, named after its limestone buildings.
The documentary has since gone viral and received international recognition.
The Granite Story, a feature film, tells the story of the Granite Village, an urban exploration project that has been on the road since 2014.
In the film, residents of Granite tell their stories and discuss the importance of the city’s history, the art and history of Gran, and the importance that they place on the town.
The film premiered at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival.
The show was filmed in conjunction with the Granville Island Heritage Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
The group works to preserve Gran Island’s natural heritage and provide funding for preservation projects in the region.