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Landmarks in West Virginia

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West Virginia

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Postal Code: WV
Capital City: Charleston
Became a State: June 20, 1863
Population: 1,844,128*
Area: 24,230.04 miles2 (62,755.87 km2)

* 2015 est. U.S. Census Bureau
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Top 10 Most Popular West Virginia Landmarks

  1. World's Largest Teapot
  2. Berkeley Castle
  3. Big Bend Tunnel
  4. Andrews United Methodist Church and International Mother's Day Shrine
  5. Mountaineer Casino, Racetrack and Resort
  6. Barrackville Covered Bridge
  7. Droop Mountain Battlefield State Park
  8. Peter Tarr Furnace
  9. West Virginia State Penitentiary
  10. Fairfax Stone Historical Monument

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