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            Statue of Liberty, New York City

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

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            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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            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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            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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            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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            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, 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, 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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            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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            Charleston, South Carolina

            Charleston is known for its quaint cobblestone streets, historic architecture and unique Southern-coastal vibe.

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            San Juan, Puerto Rico

            Dive into Puerto Rico, where indigenous, Spanish and Caribbean influences create vibrant forms of dance, music and food.

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            Palm Springs, California

            Trendy Palm Springs hosts architecture festivals, public art and the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival.

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            Portland, Oregon

            “Keep Portland Weird,” and celebrate an edgy, earthy and eclectic city that’s big on cycling, coffee and creativity.

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            New Orleans, Louisiana

            Known for jazz, cuisine, diversity, and of course, Mardi Gras, New Orleans is a city with a lot to celebrate.

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            Miami, Florida

            Visit Miami for varied cuisine, culture and art, from Little Havana to Wynwood Walls to Art Basel Miami.

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            Baltimore, Maryland

            This is one of the coolest cities on the East Coast – with a big arts scene, vibrant neighborhoods and delicious food.

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            Detroit, Michigan

            Explore the Detroit RiverWalk and experience history at the Henry Ford Museum and the Motown Museum.

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            Austin, Texas

            Austin’s indie music, buzzing tech, pleasant climate and culinary delights make for a must-visit urban destination.

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            Reno, Nevada

            The “Biggest Little City in the World,” Reno boasts old-west, Americana charm and a flourishing arts scene.

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            Louisville, Kentucky

            Surrounded by natural beauty, Louisville is best known for bourbon, baseball, hospitality and The Kentucky Derby.

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            Kansas City, Missouri

            Go neighborhood hopping in Kansas City to discover its jazz tradition, delicious barbecue and vibrant sports culture.

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            Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, California

            To see silver-leaved nightshade or jumping cholla, drive to the Sonoran Desert at Anza Borrego Desert State Park.

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            Muleshoe Bend Recreation Area, Texas

            Near the tiny town of Spicewood, find this wonderland for the Texas state flower, the bluebonnet.

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            Crested Butte, Colorado

            The “Wildflower Capital of Colorado,” Crested Butte is known for dark-blue lupines and its wildflower festival.

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            Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

            Spot mountain laurel, cow parsnips and wild columbine as you drive the park’s stunning scenic byway Skyline Drive.

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            Green Mountain National Forest, Vermont

            Travel to the forest in August and September to hike the Leicester Hollow Trail and see fields of Goldenrod blooms.

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            Dating to 1872, Yellowstone National Park is the oldest national park in the USA. It’s recognized the world over for its dramatic landscapes, thermal features and diverse wildlife.

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            In Southern Oregon, Crater Lake National Park is home to the deepest lake in the USA, formed by the eruption and subsequent collapse of a volcano about 7,700 years ago.

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            Spanning the North Carolina-Tennessee border, Great Smoky Mountains National Park got its name for the haze often seen on its horizon, caused by water vapor released from its vast and dense old-growth forests.

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