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Sightseeing in the United States

Adirondack Mountains
Adirondack State Park is located in the northeastern part of New York and occupies an area of ​​2.5 million hectares. It is the largest natural park i...
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Alabaster Caves
Alabaster Caves is a park in Oklahoma State, home of the largest gypsum caves in the world. Entering through the entrance to the rock, you find yourse...
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Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest
Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest is a small group of conifers, one of which is the oldest living organism on the planet. This area, located in Cal...
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Antietam
Antietam is a river near the city of Sharpsburg, Maryland, USA. This is the site of the battlefield and is one of the bloodiest battles of the Ci...
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Black hills
The Black hills found in South Dakota are so named because of the dark color of the pines they are covered with. The great attraction of this area is ...
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Blugrass area
Blugrass area is located in northern Kentucky. This is an area with attractive rounded hills, full of green grass, beautiful mansions, picturesque vil...
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Carlsbad Caverns National Park
The Carlsbad Caverns National Park is located in the Chihuahua Desert, New Mexico. In 1995, these caves were included by UNESCO among the mo...
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Cascade Range
Cascade Range (Cascade Mountains) are a mountain range stretching across California, Washington, Oregon, and southern British Columbia. In the high pa...
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Cave of the Winds
The Cave of the Winds is located along the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains in the area of Pikes Peak, Colorado. It is a huge system of limestone...
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Chesapeake bay
The Chesapeake bay is the continent's broadest estuary. It is located between Maryland, Virginia and Delaware. The bay's coastline is over 19,000 km a...
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Death Valley National Park
Death Valley is located in the southeastern part of California. The valley is the hottest and driest place in the whole country. Still there are ...
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Devils Tower
The Devil's Tower is a monolithic stone formation rising over a wooded area near the River Fursh in the deserted lands of Northeast Wyoming. The hill ...
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Diamond Head
Diamond Head is the most famous volcanic crater in the world and is located on the Hawaiian island of Oahu. It has a height of 230 meters and has a di...
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Empire State Building
Empire State was created out of the rivalry of two leading magnates at that time – Walter Chrysler and John Raskob, the founder of General motors. ...
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Gettysburg
Gettysburg is located in center of Pennsylvania, among hills overgrown with greenery. Known for the most devastating battle in the US Civil War betwee...
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Glacier Bay National Park
Glacier Bay National Park is located near the Alaska Bay in the southeastern part of the state. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In 1794,...
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