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Nashville - World War Memorial: Most monuments are dedicated to some cause or another and the World War Memorial in Nashville is no exception. This monument was built in 1930 in dedication to the soldiers…... more

Chicago - Eternal Flame: When one thinks of monuments, one automatically thinks of large structures dedicated to some great person or nation. The Eternal Flame in Chicago is anything but garish and overbearing. The…... more

New York - Empire State Building: The Empire State Building is the tallest building in New York State, standing at just over 1, 453 feet. It held the title of the world's tallest building for forty…... more

Baltimore - Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine: One of the biggest influences in the American culture is the national anthem – The Star Spangled Banner. This is why Fort McHenry is not only of historical importance to…... more

Pima Air and Space Museum – Tucson: The following article is presented by TucsonHotels.org, the leading hotel booking site for Tucson, Arizona. Pima Air and Space Museum is one of the largest and most thoroughly thought-out aeronautical…... more

Venice Beach – Los Angeles: Los Angeles is world-famous for its incredible coastline and beaches. One such beach is Venice Beach. This west-facing beach is not just a beach, but also crammed with hives of…... more

Rio Grande Zoo - Albuquerque: Many zoos only offer visitors a one-dimensional interaction with the animals on display. Rio Grande Zoo in Albuquerque is somewhat different. Since opening its doors in 1927, the zoo has…... more

Georgia Aquarium – Atlanta : The Georgia Aquarium opened its doors to the public in November 2005 and is today the largest aquarium in the world. Situated across from the Centennial Olympic Park, the Aquarium…... more

Alcatraz Island – San Francisco: This article is presented by San Francisco Hotels, the leading hotel booking site for San Francisco. Alcatraz Island is a must-see attraction for visitors to the San Francisco Bay Area.…... more

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