America is full of famous places. Plymouth Rock (Massachusetts) was where the Pilgrim’s first landed. Independence Hall (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is where the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were written. Mount Rushmore National Park in South Dakota contains a sculpture of the faces of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln carved right into the granite of Mount Rushmore, and the Grand Canyon is a National Park in Arizona known for beautiful views and for being carved out of the earth by water erosion. America’s cities are home to the Empire State Building and Statue of Liberty (New York City), Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco) and the White House (Washington D.C.).
Important Note: This article was written by a person who is familiar with American culture based on his or her personal anecdotal observations. Additionally, there are quite a few generalizations to make the article easier to understand for the children. Dino Lingo does not accept any responsibility for errors, omissions or subjectivity in the content of this post.
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