The Four Corners is the only place in the U.S. where four state boundaries come together--or do they? Check out these stories, including images and video.

Four Corners marker 21/2 miles off? Too late

By Lynn Arave
Deseret News The Four Corners, a famous and popular tourist spot in the American Southwest, is and isn't where it should be. Confused? Read on.

Four Corners - the only place in the United States where four state boundaries come together - was first surveyed by the U.S. government in 1868, during the initial survey of Colorado's southern boundary line. Its intended location was an even 109 degrees west longitude and 37 degrees north latitude.

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Four Corners monument not historically correct

By Alex Cabrero SALT LAKE CITY -- It's a place where thousands of people a year come to have their picture taken. It's also the only place in America where you can stand in four states at once, or can you?

It turns out the Four Corners Monument isn't exactly where Utah, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona were supposed to meet.

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Four Corners is in the correct spot, mostly

posted by: Jeffrey Wolf written by: Anastasiya Bolton FOUR CORNERS - Lovers of faraway places, faraway facts or faraway family vacations can all rest easy now.

"The Four Corners Monument that everybody goes and visits is exactly where it should be," said Randy Zanon, chief cadastral surveyor for Colorado's Bureau of Land Management. "That monument was set in 1875, it has been adopted by all four states, it's been decreed by the Supreme Court in 1925 that that is the monument of the Four Corners."

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