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CARMALT - United States' famous attractions

Sears Tower is the tallest building in the U.S., located in Chicago Illinois
Alamo Museum in San Antonio Texas
U.S.S. Nautilus Museum in Groton contains world's first nuclear submarine, built in 1954 Connecticut
Devil's Tower in the Black Hills Wyoming
Annual Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, Little Diomede Island is 2.5 miles from Russia; Mt. McKinley is country's highest point Alaska
Town of Santa Claus features a holiday-themed amusement park Indiana
World's smallest official park (452 square inches) is Mills Ends Park for Leprechauns; Crater Lake is nation's deepest @ 1932 feet Oregon
Crazy Horse Memorial; Mt. Rushmore, Black Hills and Badlands South Dakota
Edison National Historic Site in West Orange is where movies were created; Cape May is the oldest seaside resort town in the U.S. New Jersey
Rainbow Bridge is largest natural bridge in the world; "Four Corners" plaque where 4 states touch Utah
Petrified forest in Flora with giant stone trees 36 million years old Mississippi
Pike's Peak at 14,110 feet was the inspiration for Katherine Lee Bates' "America the Beautiful" Colorado
Avery Island, where Tabasco Sauce was first made, is actually the top of an underground salt dome Louisiana
5-Mile Long Mackinac (Big Mac) Bridge joins Upper and Lower Peninsulas of this state Michigan
Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown; Liberty Island holds Statue of Liberty New York
Meteor Crater in Coconino County; Grand Canyon Arizona
The Wild West's Dodge City called "The Wickedest Little City in America" in the 1870s Kansas
Thunder Hole in Acadia National Park at high tide Maine
Glacier National Park; Pompey's Pillar named by William Clark for Sacagawea's infant son Montana
Hells Canyon on the Snake River is even deeper than the Grand Canyon; Craters of the Moon National Monument Idaho
Lincoln, Jefferson, and Roosevelt Memorials; Washington Monumnet; Supreme Court, Capitol Building, Smithsonian Museum District of Columbia
Stone Mountain carvings of Confederate leaders near Atlanta Georgia
Lake Champlain is rumored to be the home of "Champ" the ancient plesiosaur that may be the U.S. version of the Lock Ness Monster Vermont
Model rockets at the NASA-Goddard Visitor Center in Greenbelt; Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base Maryland
Newport's Cliff Walk; Block Island's bicycle trails Rhode Island
14th Century Viking Runestone in Alexandria; Mall of America in Bloomington is U.S. largest indoor shopping mall Minnesota
U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville also known as "Rocket City, USA" Alabama
Chimney Rock landmark along the Oregon Trail; Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show and home is in North Platte Nebraska
A stalactite "pipe organ" is in Luray Caverns; Pony Penning of the wild ponies on Chincoteague Island; Colonial Williamsburg Virginia
Magnolia Plantation and Gardens includes the Audubon Swamp Garden in Charleston South Carolina
Effigy Mounds National Monument near Harpers Ferry Iowa
Hershey's Chocolae World; Punxsutawney Phil is the offiicial Groundhog Day groundhog; Liberty Bell, Gettysburg Pennsylvania
World's largest freshwater aquarium is located in Chattanooga; Graceland Tennessee
Plimoth Plantation and the Mayflower II; Basketball Hall of Fame Massachusetts
Natural granite formation called "Old Man of the Mountain" in the White Mountains New Hampshire
A public diamond mine where it's "Finders-Keepers"; Great Passion Play Theme Park; Birthplace of Walmart Arkansas
Mammoth-Flint Ridge Cave System is the longest in the world at 340 miles; Home of Colonel Sanders and his famous chicken Kentucky
Baraboo's Circus World was the start of the Ringling Brothers' Circus Wisconsin
Football Hall of Fame in Canton; Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland Ohio
"Blowing Rock" overhanging the John's River Gorge is where snow falls up; Great Smoky Mountains National Park North Carolina
Capital Music Hall is located at the start of the Wheeling Suspension Bridge, the oldest operating suspension bridge in the world West Virginia
Naval Base at Pearl Harbor Hawaii
Berlin-Ichthyosaur State Park; Bristlecone Pine Forest in Great Basin National Park is home to world's oldest trees Nevada
Rehoboth Beach was the site for the first beauty pageant in 1880 where Thomas Edison was a judge Delaware
Meramec Caverns near Stanton was the hideout for famous outlaw Jesse James; Mark Twain's boyhood home; "Gateway to the West" is in St. Louis Missouri
Mount Saint Helens; Experience the Music Museum; Space Needle; rainforest Washington
Cape Canaveral and Kennedy Space Center; Everglades National Park; Walt Disney World; The Keys Florida
Worlds largest living thing in Sequoia National Park is a redwood tree; golden hills; Fisherman's Wharf; Disneyland California
Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the Badlands North Dakota
The Bats of Carlsbad Cavern; UFO Museum in Roswell; Albuquerque National Balloon Festival New Mexico
Tsa-La-Gi Ancient Village in Tahlequah; Trail of Tears National Historic Trail and Cherokee Heritage Center Oklahoma
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