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The Statue of Liberty

It is one of new York’s most famous landmarks and has become a symbol of the United States. Its real name is very little known “Freedom illuminating the World” and since 1984 UNESCO declared it a World Heritage site for its historical value. It represents freedom and the struggle for emancipation against oppression, a message […]

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Mount Rushmore

Commonly known as Mount Rushmore National Memorial is one of the most iconic sites in the United States. Its singularity lies in that it is a monumental sculptural ensemble of 18 meters high and 5.17 km ² of extension. It represents the birth, growth, conservation and development of the American nation. Its construction lasted 14 […]

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California

Its terrain includes beautiful beaches with cliffs, extensive redwood forests, the famous Sierra Nevada mountain range, the farmlands of the Central California Valley and the Mojave desert. It contains two very iconic cities, Los Angeles that is the home of the entertainment industry of Hollywood and San Francisco with its sign Golden Gate Bridge, the […]

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New York

This is perhaps the main tourist destination in the country and the dream city for almost everyone. It includes 5 districts located at the mouth of the famous Hudson River in the Atlantic Ocean. In its center lies Manhattan, which is densely populated and is among the main commercial, financial and cultural centers at international […]

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Florida

It is the most southeastern state of the United States, has the Atlantic on one side and the Gulf of Mexico to the other so it has an extensive land of beaches that include several hundred miles. One of its most famous cities is Miami, which stands out for its Latin American cultural influences, its […]

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Washington

You can not miss the capital of the country as it is one of its main tourist destinations. It is characterized by its imposing monuments and neoclassical buildings, including those iconic ones that house the Capitol, the White House and the Supreme Court. It also has museums and scenic arts spaces, such as the Kennedy […]

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Chicago

It is one of the largest cities in the United States and is very famous for its peculiar architecture. The most outstanding are the skyscrapers that are already characterizing it worldwide. Among them are the iconic John Hancock Center, the Willis Tower and the Tribune Tower, the latter in neo-Gothic style. This is not the […]

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Dallas

It’s a modern metropolis located north of Texas. It constitutes a commercial and mainly cultural nucleus of the region. One of its most important places is the sixth Floor Museum in Dealey Square, its value is that it commemorates the site of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963. On the other hand […]

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Times Square (New York)

The combination of Broadway theatres and the huge number of neon signs have made this area a true icon of new York. Almost 30 years ago, actions were started to improve this sector that today is full of places of interest, such as television stations, shops and restaurants of Chinese, Italian, specialized in seafood, and […]

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Universal Studios Hollywood

It is at the same time one of the oldest cinematographic studios in Hollywood still in use and an incredible amusement park. It offers theme-themed attractions related to the most famous films and series of the studio, such as Harry pot, Fast and Furious, my favorite villain, Jurassic Park, Transformers, the Walking Dead and The […]

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