Where am I? - United States Part 49
1. Do you know what was the first non-European city to host the Olympics?
Interestingly enough in the same year this city was also hosting the World Fair.
2. With over 41 million mosaic tiles, this city is home to the world's largest mosaic collection.
3. Another city in this state is home to 200 registered
fountains which is the most in any non-European city.
4. Since 1917 this state has been home to the oldest musical theater in the United
States. It is also the largest in the country in that category with over 11,000 seats.
5. In 1912 this state became home of the first successful parachute jump from an airplane.
6. This state's name is named after the local tribe which translates to "ones with dugout canoes".
7. This makes sense knowing that this state is home to the largest river in the country.
8. This state is surrounded by EIGHT different states which is the most in the nation.
9. At over 142 decibels (which is louder than a jet taking off),
this state is home to the loudest stadium in the world.
10. At 630 ft (192 m) tall, this state is also home to the tallest monument in the Western Hemisphere. Interestingly enough it is located in the smallest national park in the country.
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