Where am I? - United States Part 17
Updated: Apr 26
1. Did you know where was the first stamps produced in the United
States? Surprisingly this state isn't home of the first post office
as they were produced more than a hundred years afterwards.
2. This state is also home to the world's largest underground marble quarry at 28 acres.
3. This state is also home to the world's oldest river reef fossil
with an estimate of between 450-480 MILLION YEARS OLD.
4. This state is the first state to join the United States after the 13 colonies.
5. Although it doesn't have the most covered bridges, this state has over 100
of them in one county making it the one with the highest density of them.
6. This state has the funny particularity with having smallest tallest building. At 38m (124 ft) high
this is the tallest building in the state but is the smallest in that category among all 50 states.
7. In addition to that, this state's capital is the smallest state capital city in
terms of population that is two times smaller than the next smallest one.
8. If you enjoy snowboarding, this state was pivotal in it's popularity. Not only was it the birthplace
of the first snowboarding event but it also was the first state to allow snowboarding on its
slopes as well as the first school to allow snowboarding as a sports activity.
9. This state is the United States top producer of maple producing
2.5 million gallons every year (which is 3 times the next biggest).
10. This state's name comes from two French words translating to "Green Mountain".
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Hope you enjoyed the beautiful pictures and fun facts!
Check in next Friday and find out which state I'll do next.
Have a wonderful day!