The United States of America is the most powerful regime in the world. I have gathered here a few places which show historical value in the there.  

#01 Independence Hall in Philadelphia

The Independence Hall in Philadelphia is one of the most critical landmarks in United States history. It belongs to the state of Pennsylvania. It remains the declaration of independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain on 4 July 1776. It has the scene of debates and deliberations as to the Constitution of the United States. The Constitution of the United States was signed there on 14 May 1787.

Now The Independence Hall consists of the part of Independence National Historical Park. It includes over 55 acres within the City of Philadelphia a myriad of important sites such as Congress Hall and Liberty Bell Centre sprawled when you visit there, you can see the Congress Hall is next door to The Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell Centre, housing the famous Liberty Bell across the road.

Visitors choose this adorable area for various indoor and outdoor activities such as walking tours. When you visit there, you will remain significant symbols of the American Civil War.

#02 Mesa Verde National Park – Colorado

Mesa Verde is a world-famous American national park and a World Heritage Site located in Montezuma County, Colorado. The Mesa Verde National park is a breathtaking Native American site, and people called it the green table.  It acts as an archaeological treasure. It is created of wooden beams, sandstone, mortar, and the rock residences at Mesa Verde sprawl across the beautiful scenery. Some built on the mesa tops. It views as the wonderland of Colorado.

#03 Gettysburg Battlefield

Gettysburg National Military Park is located in the town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Gettysburg National Military Park is located in the town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. It is holding with approximately 1,328 statues, markers, and memorials relating to the American Civil War. It became the scene of one of the blood-soaked struggles in the war between General Robert and General George. It identified as a notable turning point in the war. 

 #04 Alcatraz Island – California

Alcatraz Island is located on the off coast of San Francisco, California, and it is isolated position earning it the name of “The Rock”. A Spanish explorer discovered it in 1775. Alcatraz Island has a long history as a military base.

 At this time, Alcatraz was first used as a prison to confederate house prisoners of war. The National Park Service is the island’s facilities today as part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Alcatraz Island has the oldest operating lighthouse on the West Coast of the United States. It has early military fortifications, and natural features such as rock pools and a seabird colony.

#05 Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty is located at the entrance to New York Harbor.  Statue of Liberty Enlightening the World is the full name of this iconic copper and steel statue. It is called the symbol of freedom and independence.

This was gifted from France to the United States as a symbol of friendship. The Statue of Liberty’s total height from ground to torch is a staggering 92.99 meters. 

It is a Greco-Roman-style depiction of a woman holding up a lit torch, her goddess-like appearance intending to symbolize freedom from oppression and tyranny, which is reinforced by the broken shackles which she seems to stamp.

#06 The Arlington National Cemetery –  Arlington

The Arlington National Cemetery protects over 400,000 graves of American soldiers who died in battle and those who retired and died later of other causes. It belongs to the state of Virginia in the United States. They have offered their souls for the unity of the state. Therefore every American should see the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers who gave their lives to the motherland.

#07 Capitol Building -Washington, D.C.

The capital building called as the home of Congress. This is located in the capital city of the USA. It is the pillar of the American government’s legislative branch and is located on the Potomac River bordering Maryland and Virginia. When you visit here, you can see the feature of stunning Greek-inspired architecture .The Crypt, the Rotunda, and National Statuary Hall view its legacy.  This is a one of the most visited sites in the United States

#08 Ellis Island – New York

Ellis Island is federally own by New York Harbor, the busiest immigrant inspection station in the United States. Under the federal law, approximately 12 million immigrants arriving were processed at the Port of New York and New Jersey from 1892 to 1924.

Now you can see it as a part of the Statue of Liberty National Monument,. Visitors can access here only by ferry. The main building located on the north side of the island today is named the national museum of immigration. The south side of the island has Ellis Island Immigrant Hospital only open to the public through guided tours.  During both World War I and World War II, it facilitated to United States military.

#09 Grand Canyon (Arizona)

The Grand Canyon belongs to the northwest corner of Arizona. It is close to the borders of Utah and Nevada. The Colorado River drains water from seven states through the canyon. This is one of the world-famous places for visitors.

The grand canyon is consists of Grand Canyon National Park, Grand Canyon–Parashant National Monument, the Kaibab National, the Hualapai Indian Reservation, the Havasupai Indian Reservation, and the Navajo Nation. President Theodore Roosevelt named this a central preservation area. You can see breathtaking beauty when you visit there in spring.

#10 Mount Rushmore – South Dakota

You can see former presidents of the United States carved into stone in Mount Rushmore. It has four sculptures of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln in left to right order. Mount Rushmore belongs to South Dakota near to Keystone. This is one of the famous tourist destinations in United States.

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