April 18, 2024
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15 Amazing Facts about Alaska

by on December 11, 2022 0

Alaska, located in the northwest corner of the United States, is known for its breathtaking scenery, vast wilderness, and abundant wildlife. It stands as the largest state in the U.S. by area, offering a rich blend of cultures and natural wonders. Attractions like the majestic mountains of Denali National Park and Preserve, Glacier Bay...

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15 Fast Facts about Wyoming

by on June 16, 2022 0

Wyoming is the 10th largest state by area in the United States but it is also the least populous state in the country. Home to Yellowstone National Park, the jackalope, and two of the largest coal mines in the world – here are 15 fast facts about Wyoming. Fast Facts about Wyoming: Capital: Cheyenne...

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15 Fast Facts about Nebraska

by on March 2, 2022 0

Nebraska is the 16th largest state in the United States. And even though the state is landlocked, incredibly Nebraska has a Navy. Home to Warren Buffet, the Reuben sandwich, and the birthplace of Kool-Aid, here are 15 fast facts about Nebraska – The Cornhusker State. Fast Facts about Nebraska: Capital: Lincoln U.S. State Abbreviation:...

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15 Fascinating Facts about Scotland

by on January 18, 2022 0

Ah Scotland, home of Outlander, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, golf, and so much more. There are several fascinating facts about Scotland. For example, the national flower is the thistle and the country is home to hundreds of castles. In fact, Edinburgh Castle is even built on top of the remains of a...

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15 Cool Facts About the Black Sea

by on December 25, 2020 0

The Black Sea also known as Euxine Sea is located between Eastern Europe and Western Asia. As one of the oldest and most unique bodies of water in the world, the Black Sea is truly something to marvel at. Here are fifteen compelling facts about the Black Sea: Facts about the Black Sea: It’s...

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15 Marvelous Facts about Michigan

by on November 22, 2020 0

Michigan became the 26th state on January 26, 1837 and is located in the midwestern United States. It is nicknamed the “Great Lake State” as well as the “Wolverine State”. Michigan is home to the first four-way traffic light in the U.S. and its residents were the first in the country to have individual...

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15 Fabulous Facts about Florida: The Sunshine State

by on November 11, 2020 0

Florida, which became the twenty-seventh state in the United States on March 3, 1845 is located in the southern United States and nicknamed the “Sunshine State”. The state is the third-most populous in the country and its capital, Tallahassee, was founded in 1821 and became Florida’s capital in 1824. For you fans of Florida,...

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15 Fast Facts about Colorado: The Centennial State

by on December 11, 2019 0

Colorado, known for its breathtaking landscapes and vibrant culture, stands as the 8th largest state in the United States. This majestic state is not just about its size; it’s a land where nature’s artistry and human achievements merge beautifully. With over 75% of its land soaring above 10,000 feet, Colorado offers a unique blend...

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