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Where am I? - United States Part 4

Updated: Apr 26, 2023

1. Do you know that there is a former London Bridge located in the United States?

After being sold in 1968 it was bought by an entrepreneur who rebuild it brick by

brick in an attempt to increase tourism in the town it currently resides since 1971.

2. Believe it or not but not far from this town you can go fishing on the edge of a major desert.

3. This state is also home to the world's largest rosebush spanning over 8,000 sq. ft (743 sq. m)

4. This state might surprise you as the mountainous state in the

continental United States with 4,000 peaks including 27 over 10,000 ft.

5. This state became the last one of the continental 48 to join the Union back in 1912.

6. Although there are many possibilities for the origin of its

name one of them is the Aztec word meaning "silver bearing".

7. This state is also home to 13 species of rattlesnakes as well as

the only venomous lizard in the United States: the Gila monster.

8. This state's capital not only sees sunshine 85% of the days yearly but is also the

hottest in the United States. The temperature there is over 90ºF (32.2ºC)

at least half the year (173 days) and 111 days over 100ºF (37.8ºC).

9. This state is also home to the largest Native American reservation spanning over

27,400 sq. miles (71,000 sq. km). This state also home to 22 Native American tribes.

10. This state is home to the oldest rodeo which has been performing since 1888

as well as the oldest still active NFL team who've been present since 1898.

The correct answer was:

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!

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Comments (4)

Sep 13, 2023

Lots of fun facts! I couldn't find the answer until the big reveal. Thanks Victor!


Apr 01, 2023



Feb 07, 2023

Hello Victor, I love it. This is so original and interesting ! A wonderful way to travel!


Dec 07, 2022

Hello Victor, I really like your virtual voiyages

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