As one of the largest and most diverse countries in the world, the United States has a wide variety of landscapes ranging from the great buildings of New York.
Number 10 French Quarter
New Orleans, Louisiana, is made up of many different regions, but none are as famous as the French Quarter. Also known as Vieux Carre, this area explores the rich influences of French colonies in the city of New Orleans. Amazing art abounds, and St. Louis Cathedral is the attraction. The French Quarter has the Moon Walks, an open street along the Mississippi River, and Bourbon Street, an undeniable center of nightlife, drinking and entertainment in the city.
Number 9 White House
If you are lucky enough to get inside on a public tour, you will see a few rooms in a large lounge area. Visits are only available to ten or more parties and must be requested up to six months in advance by your member of Congress or the US Ambassador.
No. 8 Denali National Park
The word “Denali” means “supreme” in the traditional Athabaskan language and means Mount McKinley. In addition, the park protects an amazing desert habitat with grizzly bears, caribou, moose, wolves, and many other creatures.
Number 7 Las Vegas Strip
Mecca gambling world, Las Vegas is located in the heart of the southern desert of Nevada. Casinos can be found all over Las Vegas, but the line, the simple Las Vegas Boulevard South, contains most of them. It features large mega-casino hotels, decorated with amazing care and attention to detail to create a fantasy-like atmosphere. Casinos often have names and themes that express love, mystery, and distance.
Number 6 Kilauea
Kilauea is one of the largest volcanoes on the Hawaiian Islands. It is a very low shoe volcano, very different in profile from the high, loose straps. Kilauea is one of the most active volcanoes on Earth and for this reason is a very important resource for volcanologists. 33 blasts have occurred since 1952, with the exception of the current explosion that began on January 3, 1983 and is still ongoing.
Number five Niagara Falls
Between New York and the province of Ontario, Niagara Falls is one of the most fascinating natural wonders on the North American continent. Niagara Falls is actually three different waterfalls, American Falls, Bridal Veil Falls and Horseshoe Falls. Horseshoe Falls is located on the Canadian side and another is located in New York. With over 14 million visitors each year it is one of the most visited tourist attractions in the world.
No. 4 Golden Gate Bridge
The Golden Gate Bridge is a stop bridge over the Golden Gate, a line between San Francisco and Marin County in the north. The Golden Gate Bridge was the longest bridge in the world when it was completed, and it has become an internationally recognized sign in California. The famous red-orange color of the bridge was specially chosen to make the bridge easily visible through the thick fog that often covers the bridge.
Number 3 Yellowstone
Yellowstone National Park was the world’s first national park, set aside in 1872 to conserve a large number of geysers, tropical springs, and other tropical areas, as well as to protect wildlife and its natural beauty. Yellowstone lies above a large hotspot where light, hot, and melted stone light up. Next, the park contains half of all known global warming features, with more than 10,000 examples of geysers and hot springs. In addition, grizzly bears, buffalo, and wolves can all be found within the boundaries of the park.
Number 2 Manhattan
Manhattan is one of the five cities in New York City and that is what people often think of when photographing New York City. It is a normal sky and objects are shown a thousand times on the screen. Here you can walk in the shadow of a large building, a statue of Freedom Statement, watch a Broadway show, climb the Empire State building, wander around Central Park, a window shop on 5th Avenue or around a museum.
Number 1 Grand Canyon
Grand Canyon is located in northern Arizona and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the United States. Carved over several million years in the Colorado River, the gorge reaches a depth of more than 1 mile and 277 miles in length. The Grand Canyon is not the deepest or longest canyon in the world but its magnificent size and intricate and colorful landscape provide visitors with a spectacular view of the world.