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The STATUE OF LIB­ERTY has stood guard over New York Har­bour from Lib­erty Is­land since 1886. Washington DC's NA­TIONAL MALL en­com­passes more than 1,000 acres of green spa­ces, as well as sev­eral no­table mon­u­ments. The fa­mously-cracked LIB­ERTY BELL in Philadel­phia is ar­guably the most pow­er­ful sym­bol of Amer­ica’s in­de­pen­dence and his­tory. Seat­tle's strik­ing

SPACE NEE­DLE was built for the 1962 World’s Fair in the city. The new FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT TRAIL self-drive route vis­its some of the es­teemed ar­chi­tect’s best-known cre­ations across Wis­con­sin.

The im­pres­sive HOOVER DAM on the Ari­zona-Ne­vada bor­der was com­pleted in 1936. It took 400 work­ers 14 years to sculpt the 60ft-high faces of four U.S. pres­i­dents at South Dakota’s MOUNT RUSH­MORE.

Walk or cy­cle over San Fran­cisco’s GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE then catch the ferry back from Sausal­ito.

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