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100 places to visit in usa before you die :

Alaska’s Northern Lights

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From mid-September to April, travelers can travel to Fairbanks, Alaska to see the Northern lights, witnessing one of the most spectacular beauties of the sky.

This cosmic wonder, also known as the northern lights, originates from charged particles striking atoms in the Earth’s atmosphere and is a visual delight that every traveler should see at least once.

Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom

If there’s anything that encompasses this magical Disney kingdom, it’s a trip to the “little Earth”. The same melodies represent a kind of American dream: a land of many cultures that is pleasant to all.

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The Magic Kingdom, of course, takes everyone into a fantasy world where Mickey Mouse and Cinderella roam and take exciting walks. The whole realm of the American dream, from futuristic Tomorrowland to classic Fantasyland. A real pixie, a dusty touch-up, not to be missed no matter your age.

The French Quarter

Like the fusion of cultures that gave birth to it, the aesthetics of New Orleans’ French quarter is a vibrant collage: stone corridors, lush courtyard gardens, wrought iron balcony railings.

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The city’s rich history and musical heritage are inextricably linked; Jazz, blues, classical rock and Roll and electronic dance music sound at the gates of the region. Its unwavering spirit of joy surrounds the French quarter and makes it the American symbol of your living.

Arlington National Cemetery

Since 1864, Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia has been the resting place of our country’s greatest heroes, including President John F. Kennedy and his wife Jackie Kennedy, Thurgood Marshall and Grace Hopper.

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Visitors can look at the famous grave of the unknown soldier and tour the historical sites of the cemetery.

Times Square

If you want to plunge into the wild heart of ruthless Americans’ extravagance, consumption, entertainment and everything else, look no further than Times Square.

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Wide-open, overstimulated tourists from all over the world walk through cameras, awe-inspiring advertisements, and kaleidoscopic signs. This noisy neon center of humanity actually never sleeps and it just needs to see what it believes in.

Assateague Island

This 37-mile-long island belongs to two states (Maryland and Virginia) and is home to more than 300 wild horses.

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Assateague-Island

Visitors can not only see the breathtaking beaches and beautiful horses, but also the more than 320 protected species of migratory birds that seek refuge on the island each year.

With soft white sand, clean water and endless outdoor Recreation possibilities, it is not surprising that Assate Island is considered one of the most beautiful beach resorts on the East coast.

Fenway Park

The Boston Red Sox plays for Fenway Park, the oldest Major League Baseball Stadium since 1912. Baseball legends baby Ruth, TED Williams and Carl Yastrzemsky all stood here and got stronger.

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It’s also a relic of the American Golden Age, surviving in its former glory for both fans of queer American sports and a team that was suddenly supported.

Boston Freedom Trail

Boston is a great place to stay alone, but while you’re there, be sure to take the 2.5-mile path of freedom to learn about the history of the American revolution.

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The trail is a great way to explore 17 historic sites, including the Boston massacre site, Paul Rever’s House, and the Bunker Hill Monument. What makes the trail even more interesting are the guides wearing period costumes and sharing eighteenth-century Boston history.

Mount Rushmore

Mount Rushmore is not only in scale as a structure on the mountain’s monumental slope, but is also the boldest embodiment of current American ideals.

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A Tomb of democracy carved in the same Wild West lands that came to represent America’s advanced spirit, the statue represents the faces of four ICONOCLASTIC US presidents such as Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln.

Bryce Canyon National Park

Bryce Canyon National Park, located in the south of Utah, is one of the most unique beauty spots in the USA.

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With thousands of sandstone “hoods” (rocky hills), this earthy burgundy landscape offers adventurous travelers the opportunity to explore various natural amphitheaters, hiking trails, and forests, while discovering the incredible Native American history of the legendary people who once lived on the land.

Taos Pueblo

These multi-storey, dirty and thatched adobs have been home to TIVA-speaking native Americans for nearly 1000 years, making them a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

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When the first Spanish explorers arrived in New Mexico in 1540, the Taos Pueblo seems to be frozen when it continues to continue the traditional way of life of Native Americans today.

Central Park

Located in the heart of New York, this famous park is loved by residents and visitors for a reason: it is absolutely beautiful.

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Originally built in 1857, Central Park today offers many outdoor activities, including attractions, the Zoo, and numerous live performances.

For history buffs, the Park has a well-documented dark past, including the destruction of a prosperous black settlement known as Seneca Village.

Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market, once a mixed place where vendors witnessed products and shared with customers.

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Is today a food lover’s dream where affordable fish vendors sell their wares alongside many restaurants, bakeries, cafes (including the flagship Starbucks), ethnic restaurants. much.

The Flower Market should not be missed, with its inexpensive and generous arrangements and more craft-oriented market aisles.

Chinatown (San Francisco)

There are many Chinese settlements in the USA, but none approach the size of San Francisco’s Chinese city.

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Chinatown-100-places-to-visit-in-usa-before-you-die

Chinese immigrants, who were brought to California in a gold rush, arrived in the mid-19th century and found a community with each other due to forcing into ethnically divided villages.

Today, China Space is a vibrant, delicious Chinese cultural center with endless shopping, restaurants, and attractions to transport visitors to China without having to obtain a Passport.

Big Sur

Endless steppe flowers, towering California condors, sea otters, scattered over algae thickets, ancient forests

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It’s no wonder Big Sur has become a one-story retreat for artists and writers.

Climb high ridges for spectacular views of 875,000 acres of land in the national forests of Los Padres or relax on the idyllic beach with views of whales and whales.

Or enjoy a car located on coastal highway 1.

Kennedy Space Center

Just outside of Orlando is John F. of Florida, which has served as NASA’s main landing site since 1968.

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There is the Kennedy Space Center. Featuring public “mission zones” and numerous exhibits, this exciting Space Center gives visitors a completely friendly and individual look.

Private US astronaut hall of fame, featuring the cosmos’ greatest heroes, including two astronauts, including Neil Armstrong.

The Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is a symbol of America as it represents the country’s greater, more vitality.

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Volcanic features and towering sandstone Canyon walls create stunning views as an inviting venue for year-round adventures.

On the backdrop of this 227-mile natural wonder, the wild Colorado River follows a rapid Southwestern stream.

Dry Tortugas National Park

Drie Tortugas National Park, located in Florida, is actually a chain of seven islands (or keys) nestled among the azure waters that span over 100 square miles. About 70 miles from Key West, this nature reserve can only be reached by boat or seaplane, and has a vibrant coral reef and marine ecosystem that guests can explore by snorkeling or diving.

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The park is also the 19th largest in the country. The medieval castle (can be seen here) is home to the historic Jefferson Fortune.

South Beach

Miami’s South Beach stretches across the Atlantic like a sandy sculpture garden of Bronze, cut stems.

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South-Beach-100-places-to-visit-in-usa-before-you-die

Everyone is on display here, from sedentary models for sunbathing on the beach, to those neatly tidy in cafe chairs.

Muscular cyclists fly under the air, gently swaying on a turquoise water background. A spectrum of neon glowing on the streets at night.

Everything creates an aesthetically pleasing dashboard of the iconic American beach.

Eastern State Penitentiary

The Eastern state prison system first opened its iron gates in Philadelphia in 1829 to meet the most famous criminals on the East Coast.

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The huge prison complex, housing well-known criminals such as Slick Willie Sutton and al Capone, was the first prison facility in the United States and remained an influential figure in the criminal justice system until it closed in 1971.

Rounds between scattered blocks of cells no history buffs should miss.

Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park, located in Montana’s Rocky Mountains, offers 1,500 square kilometers of natural landscapes such as blue lakes, emerald green forests, Stunning Mountain cliffs and abundant wildlife.

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While most of the lakes are closed to visitors due to the invasive appearance of mussels, the park’s visitors can enjoy the pristine beauty of Glacier national Park, with 700 miles of hiking and biking trails as well as breathtaking campsites.

Golden Gate Bridge

If you’re standing on the 1.7-mile Art Deco suspension bridge that connects San Francisco and Marin county with the wind, you might feel a bit swaying.

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The majestic Golden Gate Bridge was built to withstand strong winds and earthquakes, and its strength was felt as it pulled the horizontal line of San Francisco and the Bay Islands. In the afternoon and morning, the red towers appeared in the mystical, thick fog below.

Fraunces Tavern

Located in New York, FRAUNSES Tavern operates is one of the oldest restaurants in the United States.

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Opened in 1762, this historic pub is located in one of the oldest buildings in the city and was the place where General George Washington said goodbye to his soldiers on December 4, 1783, marking his end. revolutionary war.

Today, Fraunses is a fully functional restaurant, bar, and incredibly cool museum.

Las Vegas Sign

The lane walk wouldn’t be over without a picture in front of this 50s stylized sign.

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Las-Vegas-Sign-100-places-to-visit-in-usa-before-you-die

The enchanting, diamond-shaped expression of the Vegas spirit is an American symbol in basic colors that welcomes everyone on the hedonistic streets of the city.

Expect to feel vulnerable when it comes to looks: when you know your adventure will begin here.

Grand Central Terminal

Built in 1913, the grand Central terminal soon became New York’s most respected transportation hub.

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Grand-Central-terminal-100-places-to-visit-in-usa-before-you-die

Located in Manhattan, this historic railway terminal with its wide arches and Shah’s marble hosts more than 750,000 visitors every day.

Grand Central Terminal is so emblematic that it has appeared in more than 40 films, including “I Black in II” and “Avengers”.

Thomas Jefferson Memorial

Washington, D.C. has a fair share of iconic American monuments, but if you just want to see it while visiting, visit the Thomas Jefferson Memorial.

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The majestic domed marble roof and command columns are immediately recognizable, and the elegant steps overlooking the Potomac make it a dining or resting place.

As the author of the Declaration of Independence, Jefferson, our third President and visionary founding father, and his memory are symbols of the American spirit.

Grand Teton National Park

The cradle of the Teton mountain range is the incredibly beautiful Grand Teton national park in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

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This clean bear country includes lush forests, magnificent mountains and more than 39 lakes.

The park also has more than 200 miles of hiking trails and offers visitors endless possibilities for camping, fishing, swimming and Off-Road.

Millennium Park

Chicago summers are very hot. Cool off in Millennium Park, where gigantic images of Chicago’s faces posted in a 50-meter glass tower pop a cool fountain out of the mouth.

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“The Bean” is another eye-catching structure (official name is cloud gate) commanding reflective photographic entertainment with shimmering polished steel.

You can’t miss a few music festivals at Jay Pritzker kiosk around the world. Overall, Millennium Park is the perfect symbol for the truly American city of Chicago.

The National Museum of Natural History

Although there are 17 different Smithsonian Museums in Washington, D.K., one of the largest is the National Museum of Natural History located in the National mall.

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Home to incredible exhibits such as the Bone Hall, the insect Zoo, the latest American dinosaurs (and more), this museum attracts visitors of all ages.

The best part? Also, admission is free, which means there’s no reason to miss it!

Hollywood Sign

When you think of Los Angeles, you probably imagine Hollywood: the whole mythology of the city of tinseltown has been described since the early 1900s.

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Hollywood-Sign-100-places-to-visit-in-usa-before-you-die

It would be very difficult to find an American sign so deeply rooted in our collective cultural consciousness, a 50-foot fluorescent-white Hollywood sign that has been in the hills of Hollywood since 1923 and has been featured in numerous films and televisions since then.

Great Sand Dunes National Park & Preserve

Did you know that the tallest dunes in North America are in Southern Colorado?

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The vast sand dunes National Park and Reserve is a vast Sahara-like desert valley with lush forests, waterfalls and meadows, and is one of the country’s most diverse national parks.

Portland Head Light

In 1790, George Washington called the Portland head light to climb over gatekeepers Palace in Fort Williams Park and land on ships.

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Portland-Head-Light-100-places-to-visit-in-usa-before-you-die

Also, what makes it an American symbol is a 1927 light painting of Edward Hopper in Portland’s head, and many can learn about it.

A truly beautiful and classic Lighthouse covered in stylish white black stone on the floor of the fiery red roof of the concierge building, located on Maine’s Romantic cliffs.

Hamilton Pool

In 1790, George Washington called the Portland head light to climb over gatekeepers Palace in Fort Williams Park and land on ships.

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Hamilton-Pool-100-places-to-visit-in-usa-before-you-die

Also, what makes it an American symbol is a 1927 light painting of Edward Hopper in Portland’s head, and many can learn about it.

A truly beautiful and classic Lighthouse covered in stylish white black stone on the floor of the fiery red roof of the concierge building, located on Maine’s Romantic cliffs.

Philadelphia City Hall

The 37-meter-high Bronze Statue of William Penn overlooks the patriotic streets of Philadelphia from the top of this majestic and majestic building, which was Philadelphia’s tallest building until 1987.

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Philadelphia-City-Hall-100-places-to-visit-in-usa-before-you-die

The municipality stands in the geographical center of the city, perhaps the coolest. The monolith of democracy and the place of municipal and state administration in American history.

The largest Town Hall in the country and the tallest stone building in the world is a symbol of American toughness that you can’t miss.

Havasupai Falls

Another waterfall that we can’t leave on our list is the bright blue-green havasupai Waterfall (also called Havasu Falls) inside the grand Canyon in the Havasupai reservation in Supai Village.

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Havasupai-Falls-100-places-to-visit-in-usa-before-you-die

To reach the perfect, stupid precious waters of this beautiful waterfall, travelers must first take a permit and then walk 10 miles in all directions before enjoying the cooling waters.

Fun fact: Havasupai literally means “people of blue-green waters”.

Grand Prismatic Spring

From above, a large prismatic arc looks like a large aquamarine geodesy immersed in the earth.

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Grand-Prismatic-Spring-100-places-to-visit-in-usa-before-you-die

With a diameter of 370 feet and a depth of 121 feet, it is the largest hot water source in Yellowstone and the United States, and the third largest in the world.

Technicolor – blue fountain got its name and color from bacteria that form yellow and orange rings worldwide.

If you want to see something with Yellowstone at the American parade, do this.

Independence Hall

A trip to Philadelphia must take place at a stop in the Independence Hall, where the Declaration of independence and the US Constitution were signed.

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Independence-Hall-100-places-to-visit-in-usa-before-you-die

Although you require a ticket to view this historic building (built in 1753), you can get it for free.

The tours are led by trained Guards who form groups around every 15-20 minutes to share the exciting story of this national iconic event.

Zion National Park

President Woodrow Wilson first named this wilderness a national park in 1919, and it became Utah’s first National Park.

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Today, more than 4.4 million people travel to Zion National Park to explore this outdoor playground.

Natural stone arches break off the ground due to the astonishing sight of geological outcrops.

Kolob Arch and Double Pine are favorites with many visitors, while Hidden Arch and Jughandle offer great photo opportunities.

From the Golden Gate Bridge to the Grand Canyon, from Times Square to the Hollywood constellation, these are symbolic US landmarks that you must see before you die.

Yes, there is a world to explore, but think of all the amazing places in your home country you’ve never seen.

These are iconic images in the mind, places, signs and monuments of every American that best represents America.

They are D.K. and democracy lights in philadelphia, extreme emblems in New York and Vegas, and natural wonders in our very amazing national parks.

They form the cultural seed of the country, and all these classic places deserve a place in the list of places to see in life.

What is the number 1 vacation spot in the US?

According to the US News & World Report’s annual ranking of the best resorts, America’s # 1 resort is the Grand Canyon.

You can hike in Grand Canyon National Park in Arizona, swing on the Colorado River, and visit the Skywalker Grand Canyon.

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