50 States in Famous Landmarks

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Colorado: Rocky Mountain National Park

This park features awe-inspiring mountain views, varied climates and environments, mountain lakes and a plethora of wildlife. Visitors discovered this over 11,000 years ago and while the weather has wreaked havoc on the park, it remains ever popular and just as beautiful.

Rocky Mountain National Park

Connecticut: Mystic Seaport

Located 10 miles east of New London in the Mystic County Region of Connecticut is one of America’s first and largest living history museums. The museum consists of a village with more than 60 historic buildings, ships and 17 acres of exhibits depicting coastal life in New England in the 19th century.

Delaware: Caesar Rodney Statue

Delaware’s most cherished patriot stands tall in downtown Wilmington atop his horse. Rodney is famous for riding his horse to Philadelphia in order to cast a crucial vote that eventually paved the way for the Declaration of Independence.

Florida: Kennedy Space Center

Located just between Jacksonville and Miami is the launch site for every single human US space flight since 1968. The visitors center here offers a look behind the scenes into the life of an astronaut, let’s visitors feel the thrill of a takeoff and perhaps even meet an astronaut.

Georgia: Ebenezer Baptist Church

Before Martin Luther King became America’s civil rights leader he was baptized right here in the Ebenezer Baptist Church. This is also the church where King began preaching alongside his father after being ordained at the age of 19. The church is located in the city of Atlanta.

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