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Mount Rainier in Washington State

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A scene from Trails and Trailblazers in New Mexico

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The Statue of Liberty, a New York City icon

Statue of Liberty, New York City

This colossal and breathtaking sculpture welcomes visitors to Manhattan’s shores.

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The Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C.

National Mall, Washington, D.C.

Visit the National Mall and walk the long grassy expanse that houses many important U.S. monuments and memorials.

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Pops 66 in Arcadia, Oklahoma

Route 66, Oklahoma

Drive famed Route 66 through Oklahoma and see its kitschy oversized landmarks, including a 20-meter-tall soda bottle.

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The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, California

Golden Gate Bridge, California

This San Francisco icon is widely photographed, though there’s something extra special about seeing it in person.

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The Gateway Arch in St. Louis, Missouri

Gateway Arch, Missouri

The world’s tallest man-made arch in St. Louis was built to symbolize the westward expansion of the USA.

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The Space Needle and Mount Rainier in Seattle, Washington

Space Needle, Washington

Head to Seattle to see the 158-meter Space Needle, built for the 1962 World’s Fair as a monument to innovation.

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Cloud Gate sculpture in Chicago, Illinois

Cloud Gate Sculpture, Illinois

Chicago’s Millennium Park is home to the famous sculpture by Sir Anish Kapoor that you may know as “The Bean."

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Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota

Mount Rushmore, South Dakota

Visit the Black Hills of South Dakota to see the faces of four U.S. presidents carved into a massive granite mountain.

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Horseback rider overlooking Monument Valley

Monument Valley, Utah

You’ll recognize the red-sand desert of Monument Valley and its many buttes as a setting for many movies.

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