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Intended to one day serve as a hotel, Igloo City in Cantwell, Alaska, was never completed. It was constructed sometime in the 1970s, but could not meet the building codes of the time.
The Mississippi Blues Trail is made up of a series of markers throughout the state. The Mississippi Blues Trail tells the stories of the names and places that shaped the genre throughout history.
Crow Agency, Montana
The Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument preserves the site of the June 25 and 26, 1876, Battle of the Little Bighorn. It also serves as a memorial to those who fought in the battle.
Alamogordo, New Mexico
People visit Alamogordo from all over the world, in part to buy bags of chile-dusted or chocolate-covered pistachios but also to claim a selfie, smiling below the world’s largest pistachio.
Fallon to Ely, Nevada
The name "Loneliest Road" originates from the remote areas which U.S. 50 goes through, with few or no signs of civilization along many parts of the route.
Bethel, New York
The historic music festival is marked with a small monument that offers a panoramic view of the original festival site. The site is adjacent to the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, which contains the Museum at Bethel Woods,
LaGrande to Baker City, Oregon
Hells Canyon Scenic Byway lets you leave the fast pace and fenced-in views of Interstate 84 and follow the countours of the land into slower times and wilder places.
North Kingstown, Rhode Island
The Fighting Seabee Statue standing guard, at the Seabee Museum and Memorial Park was erected to honor the construction officers working at sea.
Chamberlain, South Dakota
The Dignity sculpture is a stunning combination of art and history to honor the cultures of the Lakota and Dakota people. It is located on a bluff between exits 263 and 265 on Interstate 90 near Chamberlain.
After Texas joined the U.S., the boundary between the nations became the boundary between Texas and Louisiana. The marker denontes the boundary negotiated by the U. S. with three foreign nations (Spain 1818, Mexico 1821, and Texas 1838).