Where am I? - United States Part 19
Updated: Apr 26
1. Have you ever felt like going back in the times of kings and queens?
If so maybe you'll be surprised that this state's sport is jousting.
2. This state was home to the first hot air balloon journey in the United States (1784).
3. In 1830 this state also became home to the first United States railway station.
4. This state's capitol building is the oldest still active capitol building which
has been use for longer than the United States become a country (1772).
5. This state's capitol is the only one in the country with a wooden dome.
6. At 52ft (15.9 m) high and 120ft (36.6 m) wide, this state
houses the biggest outdoor movie screen in the United States.
7. At 21 sq. km (8.1 sq. miles) this state's capital is the smallest capital in size.
8. Despite its size it is internationally known as the sailing capital of the world
with more than 100,000 visitors coming to see its world renown show.
9. This state is home to the oldest monument dedicated to a United States president.
This was built more than twenty years before the more well known Washington Monument.
10. If you love flags then you'll probably love that this state's flag is one of the more unique ones you'll find in the United States as it's the only one with a coat of arms of an English noble family.
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Hope you enjoyed the beautiful pictures and fun facts!
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