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Where am I? - United States Part 5

Updated: Apr 26, 2023

1. Did you know the world's first computer and television were built and used

in the same state? This state is also home to the world's first radio station.

2. Although this isn't the first US state, it is home to many of the United

States firsts such as the first bridge, hospital and public theater.

3. This state is home to the most covered bridges in the United States with 219.

4. It is also home to the 4th largest sports stadium in the world

(106,572 fans) fits enough people in all but 3 cities located in this state.

5. If you love Christmas, then you'll love going here as it is home to the Christmas

tree capital of the world, where every year 700,000 trees gets cut down every year.

Fortunately for the environment, this state is among the leaders in growing them back.

6. This state is also the mushroom capital of the world producing

500 million lbs (226 million kgs) of mushrooms every year.

7. Before Washington DC became the capital of the United States this

state was home TWO cities that were at their time the US capital.

8. This state would've been home the tallest bridge (at the time of construction, 1882) which was 301 ft (92 meters) tall before a tornado destroyed a large part of it in 2003.

9. This state is home to the world's longest stone masonry arch railroad bridge (3,820 ft or 1,160m)

10. Although the state is named after its founder, it was named by the English king after his death to honor him despite the founder not wanting it to be named after him .

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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