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Dinosaur National Monument

Dinosaur National Monument
Multiple States
This park has fossils of dinosaurs including the T-Rex and Paradox kinds. The dinosaur fossil beds were discovered in 1909 by Earl Douglass, a paleontologist working and collecting for the Carnegie Museum.

Great Lakes

Great Lakes
Multiple States
The Great Lakes are the world's largest group of fresh water lakes and are part of the St. Lawrence System, the largest fresh water system in the world. Because of their size, the Great Lakes are often called inland seas.

Monument Valley

Monument Valley
Multiple States
The valley was carved out of the Colorado Plateau by ancient rivers which left the majestic buttes rising above the valley floor.

Veterans Memorial (Weirton Steubenville) Bridge

Veterans Memorial (Weirton Steubenville) Bridge
Multiple States
This six lane bridge was built in the 1980's. It has a distinctive asymmetrical cable-stayed girder design and carries US Route 22 across the Ohio River. The historic Federal Land Office in Steubenville was relocated to allow for access to the bridge.

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Top 4 Most Popular Multiple States Landmarks

  1. Great Lakes
  2. Monument Valley
  3. Veterans Memorial (Weirton Steubenville) Bridge
  4. Dinosaur National Monument

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