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famous landmarks missouri Gateway Arch in St. Louis
A US state in the midwest that was once a transport hub on the Mississippi River and Missouri River, there are plenty of intriguing historic landmarks in Missouri to visit. Known as the 'Gateway to the West', as St Louis' Gateway Arch represents, Missouri was admitted as the 24th...
historical landmarks in north dakota Geese in Flight
North Dakota's landmarks and monuments tell the story of the state's fascinating history. North Dakota is a USA state in the Upper Midwest known for its vast prairies and badlands. It's often referred to as the Flickertail State, because of the abundance of Richardson ground squirrels that flick their...
portland, maine landmarks Portland Head Light
Maine is a state in the north-eastern part of the USA and is known for nature, wildlife and rich maritime history. The tidal coastline of Maine is even longer than California, at 3,478 miles (5,597 km). With a plethora of natural wonders and landmarks in Maine to explore, the...
famous landmarks in montana Grinnell Glacier Pond
Set between the Dakotas to the east and Idaho to the west, Montana is known for its rugged natural beauty. Often called 'Big Sky Country' or 'The Treasure State', it's easy to see why Montana is one of the country's most beautiful states. Montana doesn't have megacities and as...
Nebraska Landmarks Court house Jail Rocks
Nebraska is a state with outstanding natural landmarks and friendly cities in the midwestern region of the United States. The state got its name from the Otoe Indian word, "Flat Water", because the river Platte flows through the state. Nebraska is also known as the "Cornhuskers state" because farmers...
Famous landmarks in Tokyo Japan Rainbow Bridge
A city that truly never sleeps, Tokyo is the largest city in the world when measured by urban area and total population. The metropolitan area of Tokyo is home to nearly 40 million people and the city has been the capital of Japan since 1868. As one of the...

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